Gas hydrate distribution and carbon sequestration through coupled microbial methanogenesis and silicate weathering in the Krishna–Godavari Basin, offshore India

@inproceedings{Solomon2014GasHD,
  title={Gas hydrate distribution and carbon sequestration through coupled microbial methanogenesis and silicate weathering in the Krishna–Godavari Basin, offshore India},
  author={Evan A. Solomon and Arthur J. Spivack and M. J. Kastner and Marta E Torres and Gretchen Robertson},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The National Gas Hydrate Program Expedition 01 cored ten sites in the Krishna–Godavari basin, located on the southeastern margin of India. A comprehensive suite of pore water solute concentrations and isotope ratios were analyzed to investigate the distribution and concentration of gas hydrate along the margin, in situ diagenetic and metabolic reactions, and fluid migration and flow pathways. Gas hydrate was present at all of the sites cored, and in situ microbial methanogenesis leads… CONTINUE READING

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