Natural Molecular Hydrogen Seepage Associated with Surficial, Rounded Depressions on the European Craton in Russia

@article{Larin2014NaturalMH,
  title={Natural Molecular Hydrogen Seepage Associated with Surficial, Rounded Depressions on the European Craton in Russia},
  author={Nikolay Larin and Viacheslav Zgonnik and S. A. Rodina and Eric Deville and Alain Prinzhofer and V. N. Larin},
  journal={Natural Resources Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={369-383}
}
In the Russian part of the European craton, several thousands of subcircular structures ranging in size from a hundred meters to several kilometers in diameter have been identified throughout the region extending from Moscow to Kazakhstan. Generally, these structures correspond to minor morphological depressions. In cultivated areas, the periphery of these structures is often outlined by a ring of soil bleaching associated with growth anomalies of vegetation. The cores of the structures… 
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