In situ hydrates under the Beaufort Sea shelf

@inproceedings{Weaver1982InSH,
  title={In situ hydrates under the Beaufort Sea shelf},
  author={Jeffrey Scott Weaver and J. M. Stewart},
  year={1982}
}
Introduction off-shore in water depths greater than 200 m and, onHydrates are ice-like solid mixtures of gas and shore in continuous permafrost regions. water. Naturally occurring gas hydrates (in situ In northern Canada, in situ hydrates have been hydrates) can occupy the pore spaces of soil and identified under the permafrost in the Mackenzie porous rocks inregions where natural gas and water delta (Bily and Dick 1974) and in the Arctic islands co-exist in cool high-pressure environments… CONTINUE READING

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