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Geochemistry, origin, and deep-water exploration potential of natural gases in the Pearl River Mouth and Qiongdongnan basins, South China Sea
More than 10 gas pools have been discovered since 1983 in the shallow-water region of the Pearl River Mouth (PRM) Basin and the Qiongdongnan (QDN) Basin, offshore South China Sea. Gases produced from
Crustal structure and extension mode in the northwestern margin of the South China Sea
Combining multi‐channel seismic reflection and gravity modeling, this study has investigated the crustal structure of the northwestern South China Sea margin. These data constrain a hyper‐extended
Focused fluid flow in the Baiyun Sag, northern South China Sea: implications for the source of gas in hydrate reservoirs
The origin and migration of natural gas and the accumulation of gas hydrates within the Pearl River Mouth Basin of the northern South China Sea are poorly understood. Based on high-resolution 2D/3D