Fluid flow regimes and growth of a giant pockmark

@article{Marcon2014FluidFR,
  title={Fluid flow regimes and growth of a giant pockmark},
  author={Y. Marcon and H. Ondr{\'e}as and H. Sahling and G. Bohrmann and K. Olu},
  journal={Geology},
  year={2014},
  volume={42},
  pages={63-66}
}
Pockmarks are seafloor depressions commonly associated with fluid escape from the seabed and are believed to contribute noticeably to the transfer of methane into the ocean and ultimately into the atmosphere. They occur in many different areas and geological contexts, and vary greatly in size and shape. Nevertheless, the mechanisms of pockmark growth are still largely unclear. Still, seabed methane emissions contribute to the global carbon budget, and understanding such processes is… Expand
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