Experimental formation of massive hydrate deposits from accumulation of CH4 gas bubbles within synthetic and natural sediments Hydrate Formation and Dissociation via Depressurization in Simulated and Field Samples

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Fagan who provided experimental and technical support for the project as well as helpful discussions. Abstract: In order for methane to be economically produced from the seafloor, prediction and detection of massive hydrate deposits will be necessary. In many cases, hydrate samples recovered from seafloor sediments appear as veins or nodules, suggesting… (More)

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@inproceedings{Madden2007ExperimentalFO, title={Experimental formation of massive hydrate deposits from accumulation of CH4 gas bubbles within synthetic and natural sediments Hydrate Formation and Dissociation via Depressurization in Simulated and Field Samples}, author={M. Elwood Madden and Shannon M. Ulrich and Phillip Szymcek and Scott McCallum and T. J. Phelps}, year={2007} }