Multidisciplinary investigations exploring indicators of gas hydrate occurrence in the Krishna–Godavari Basin offshore, east coast of India

@article{Ramana2009MultidisciplinaryIE,
  title={Multidisciplinary investigations exploring indicators of gas hydrate occurrence in the Krishna–Godavari Basin offshore, east coast of India},
  author={M. V. Ramana and T. Ramprasad and A. Paropkari and D. Borole and B. Ramalingeswara Rao and S. M. Karisiddaiah and M. Desa and M. Kocherla and H. M. Joao and P. Lokabharati and M. Gonsalves and J. N. Pattan and N. H. Khadge and C. Prakash Babu and A. V. Sathe and P. Kumar and A. Sethi},
  journal={Geo-Marine Letters},
  year={2009},
  volume={29},
  pages={25-38}
}
We report some main results of multidisciplinary investigations carried out within the framework of the Indian National Gas Hydrate Program in 2002–2003 in the Krishna–Godavari Basin offshore sector, east coast of India, to explore indicators of likely gas hydrate occurrence suggested by preliminary multi-channel seismic reflection data and estimates of gas hydrate stability zone thickness. Swath bathymetry data reveal new evidence of three distinct geomorphic units representing (1) a delta… Expand
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