Biogeosciences A transfer function for the prediction of gas hydrate inventories in marine sediments

@inproceedings{Marquardt2010BiogeosciencesAT,
  title={Biogeosciences A transfer function for the prediction of gas hydrate inventories in marine sediments},
  author={Michael Marquardt and Christian Hensen and Elena Pi{\~n}ero and Klaus Wallmann},
  year={2010}
}
A simple prognostic tool for gas hydrate (GH) quantification in marine sediments is presented based on a diagenetic transport-reaction model approach. One of the most crucial factors for the application of diagenetic models is the accurate formulation of microbial degradation rates of particulate organic carbon (POC) and the coupled formation of biogenic methane. Wallmann et al. (2006) suggested a kinetic formulation considering the ageing effects of POC and accumulation of reaction products… CONTINUE READING
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