Methane oxidation and carbon assimilation in marine sediments

@inproceedings{Wegener2008MethaneOA,
  title={Methane oxidation and carbon assimilation in marine sediments},
  author={Gunter Wegener},
  year={2008}
}
Fluid-flow related seafloor structures and gas seeps were detected in the North Sea in the 1970s and 1980s by acoustic sub-bottom profiling and oil rig surveys. A variety of features like pockmarks, gas vents and authigenic carbonate cements were found to be associated with sites of oil and gas exploration, indicating a link between these surface structures and underlying deep hydrocarbon reservoirs. In this study we performed acoustic surveys and videographic observation at Gullfaks, Holene… CONTINUE READING

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