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Shallow gas and focused fluid flow systems in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China Sea
Analysis of three-dimensional seismic data and multibeam data from the Pearl River Mouth Basin in the northern South China Sea, reveals numerous focused fluid flow features and associated widespreadExpand
Gas hydrates associated with gas chimneys in fine-grained sediments of the northern South China Sea
Drilling for gas hydrates at the northern continental margin of the South China Sea (SCS) provides a unique insight into the formation of the gas hydrate system in fine-grained sediments, even thoughExpand
Submarine volcanic mounds in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China Sea
A number of enigmatic, km-scale mound structures have been discovered in the Baiyun Sag of the Pearl River Mouth Basin using high-resolution 2D and 3D seismic data combined with multi-beamExpand
Gas hydrate occurrence on the continental slope of the northern South China Sea
High-resolution multi-channel seismic data and geological samples were collected during two research cruises of the R/V FENDOU 4 in 1999 and 2000. Studies on these data and samples together withExpand
Elevated gas hydrate saturation within silt and silty clay sediments in the Shenhu area, South China Sea
Gas hydrate saturations were estimated using five different methods in silt and silty clay foraminiferous sediments from drill hole SH2 in the South China Sea. Gas hydrate saturations derived fromExpand
Seismic characteristics of a reef carbonate reservoir and implications for hydrocarbon exploration in deepwater of the Qiongdongnan Basin, northern South China Sea
Our analysis of approximately 40,000 km of multichannel 2-D seismic data, reef oil-field seismic data, and data from several boreholes led to the identification of two areas of reef carbonateExpand
Geological controls on the occurrence of gas hydrate from core, downhole log, and seismic data in the Shenhu area, South China Sea
Multi-channel seismic reflection data, well logs, and recovered sediment cores have been used in this study to characterize the geologic controls on the occurrence of gas hydrate in the Shenhu areaExpand
Neogene igneous intrusions in the northern South China Sea: Evidence from high-resolution three dimensional seismic data
Igneous intrusions emplaced within the prospective intervals of sedimentary basins can exert a significant impact on petroleum systems and hence are of considerable interest particularly when riskingExpand
The morphologies and genesis of mega-pockmarks near the Xisha Uplift, South China Sea
Pockmarks are normally regarded to be manifestations of fluids escape through the seabed. Kilometer-wide depressions, here called mega-pockmarks occur as widespread features near the Xisha Uplift,Expand
Post-rift uplift and focused fluid flow in the passive margin of northern South China Sea
An important post-rifting tectonic event with extensive uplift and fluid flow took place at the northern margin of the South China Sea (SCS) during the late Miocene. Based on an analysis of two- andExpand
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