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46%146
146-889
2000Yuan, J.; Edwards, R. Nigel: Towed seafloor electromagnetics and assessment of gas hydrate deposits
46%164
164-996
2000Taylor, M. H.; Dillon, W. P. et al.: Trapping and migration of methane associated with the gas hydrate stability zone at the Blake Ridge diapir; new insights from seismic data
46%169
169-1033
169-1034
169S
169S-1033
2001McQuoid, Melissa R.; Whiticar, M. J. et al.: A post-glacial isotope record of primary production and accumulation in the organic sediments of Saanich Inlet, ODP Leg 169S
46%160
160-967
160-969
2001Struck, Ulrich; Emeis, Kay-Christian et al.: Biological productivity during sapropel S5 formation in the eastern Mediterranean Sea; evidence from stable isotopes of nitrogen and carbon
46%169
169-1033
169-1034
169S
169S-1033
2001Stasiuk, L. D.; Sanei, H.: Characterization of diatom-derived lipids and chlorophyll within Holocene laminites, Saanich Inlet, British Columbia, using conventional and laser scanning fluorescence microscopy
46%157
157-956
2001Mueller, Christian; Theilen, Friedrich et al.: Combined vertical-incidence and wide-angle seismic study of deepwater bright-spot reflections
46%159
159-959
2001Wagner, T.; Hofmann, P. et al.: Coniacian-Santonian African climate variability triggered cyclic black shale formation in the tropical eastern Atlantic (ODP 959)
46%1822001Mitterer, Richard M.; Malone, Mitchell J. et al.: Co-generation of hydrogen sulfide and methane in marine carbonate sedimentsdownload
46%201
201-1226
201-1229
2005Parkes, R. John; Webster, Gordon et al.: Deep sub-seafloor prokaryotes stimulated at interfaces over geological time
46%307
307-U1316
307-U1317
2005Huvenne, Veerle Ann Ida; Cragg, Barry A.: Drilling recent deep-water coral banks; Expedition 307, Porcupine Basin carbonate mounds
46%164
201
2005Snyder, G. T.; Dickens, G. R. et al.: Elemental remobilization in marine sediments; growth and destruction of authigenic mineral fronts above gas hydrate systems
46%2000Emeis, Kay-Christian; Struck, Ulrich et al.: Temperature and salinity variations of Mediterranean Sea surface waters over the last 16,000 years from records of planktonic stable oxygen isotopes and alkenone unsaturation ratios
46%195
195-1202
2005Kao, S. J.; Horng, C. S. et al.: Enhanced deepwater circulation and shift of sedimentary organic matter oxidation pathway in the Okinawa Trough since the Holocenedownload
46%146
146-888
2000Yuan, J.; Edwards, R. N.: The assessment of marine gas hydrates through electrical remote sounding; hydrate without a BSR?download
46%175
175-1084
2007Meyers, P. A.; Bouloubassi, I. et al.: Pleistocene variations in delivery and deposition of organic matter under the Benguela Current upwelling system; biomarker isotopic evidence from sediment light-dark color cycles
46%108
108-662
138
138-846
2010Bolton, Clara T.; Lawrence, Kira T. et al.: Glacial-interglacial productivity changes recorded by alkenones and microfossils in late Pliocene eastern Equatorial Pacific and Atlantic upwelling zones
46%157
157-951
157-952
2002Hoefs, Marcel J. L.; Rijpstra, W. Irene C. et al.: The influence of oxic degradation on the sedimentary biomarker record; I, Evidence from Madeira abyssal plain turbidites
46%169
169-1033
169-1034
169S
169S-1033
2001Bird, D. F.; Juniper, S. K. et al.: Subsurface viruses and bacteria in Holocene/late Pleistocene sediments of Saanich Inlet, BC; ODP Holes 1033B and 1034B, Leg 169S
46%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2001Dickens, Gerald R.: Sulfate profiles and barium fronts in sediment on the Blake Ridge; present and past methane fluxes through a large gas hydrate reservoir
46%2001Pecher, Ingo A.; Kukowski, Nina et al.: The link between bottom-simulating reflections and methane flux into the gas hydrate stability zone; new evidence from Lima Basin, Peru margin
46%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2001Dickens, Gerald R.: The potential volume of oceanic methane hydrates with variable external conditions
46%170
170-1039
170-1040
2006Li, Long: Carbon and nitrogen input fluxes in subduction zones and C-N tracers of natural and human-induced environmental changes in lakes
46%159
159-959
2007Eniola, Olubunmi; Jones, Martin et al.: African hydrology, sea surface temperature and organic carbon burial off equatorial West-Africa across the late Miocene to early Pliocene climate transition; first results from ODP Site 959
46%2072007Junium, Christopher K.; Mawson, Deborah et al.: Alkyl-porphyrin diversity and variability resulting from large-scale oceanic redox changes during the Cretaceous oceanic anoxic event II
46%175
175-1075
2007Talbot, Helen M.; Cooke, Martin P. et al.: Application of bacteriohopanepolyols as novel proxies for methane oxidation in the late Quaternary marine record
46%198
198-1207
2007Klein, Bjoern; Brassell, Simon C. et al.: Assessment of cyanobacterial influence on Cretaceous bioproductivity
46%3112007Heuer, Verena; Pohlman, John et al.: Carbon isotopic compositions of volatile fatty acids as proxies for biogeochemical processes in gas hydrate bearing sediments
46%198
198-1207
198-1213
2006Klein, Bjoern; Brasell, Simon C. et al.: IODP; 2-methylhopanoids as biomarkers for Cretaceous bioproductivity of cyanobacteria
46%170
205
205-1254
2006Haeckel, Matthias: IODP; a transport-reaction model of the hydrological systems of the Costa Rica subduction zone
46%2072006Hetzel, A.; Boettcher, M. E. et al.: IODP; authigenic barite formation triggered by black shale-fueled anaerobic oxidation of methane in the deep biosphere of ODP Leg 207
46%2072006Beckmann, B.; Schouten, Stefan et al.: IODP; black shale sedimentation in the tropical Atlantic during the Upper Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Event 3 (OAE 3); land-ocean interaction and oceanic response at the Suriname Margin (ODP Leg 207)
46%207
207-1258
207-1259
207-1260
207-1261
2006Friedrich, Oliver; Erbacher, Jochen et al.: IODP; Cenomanian/Turonian (OAE 2) benthic foraminiferal faunas of the Demerara Rise depth transect (ODP Leg 207)
46%210
210-1276
2006Pletsch, T.; Kus, J. et al.: IODP; hydrocarbon potential of ODP Hole 1276A, the first deep well on Newfoundland Margin
46%3072006Mangelsdorf, Kai; Zink, Klaus G. et al.: IODP; indication for deep microbial populations in sediments below the Challenger carbonate mound in the Porcupine Basin, offshore Ireland (IODP Leg 307)
46%202
202-1233
2006Kaiser, Jerome; Lamy, Frank et al.: IODP; late Quaternary sea-surface temperature variability in the Southeast Pacific and relationships to paleoenvironmental changes in southern Chile (ODP Site 1233)
46%175
175-1082
202
202-1237
2006Etourneau, Johan; Blanz, Thomas et al.: IODP; mid-Pleistocene nutrient supply in low-latitude Namibian and Peruvian upwelliing systems
46%2006Hensen, Christian; Brueckmann, Warner et al.: IODP; modes of fluid expulsion and its significance for forearc dewatering; IODP drilling proposal 633 to decipher deep fluid processes at an erosive convergent margin
46%201
201-1227
201-1229
201-1230
2006Lipp, Julius S.; Biddle, Jennifer et al.: IODP; novel heterotrophic Archaea dominate deeply buried sulfate-methane transition zones in sediments off Peru
46%79
79-545
2006Stuesser, Isabel; Hofmann, Peter et al.: IODP; rapid climate change during the formation of the Lower Cretaceous OAE 1b
46%189
189-1168
2002Robert, C.; Larnicol, G. et al.: Early Miocene variability of precipitation at southern high latitudes (ODP Site 1168, western Tasmanian region)
46%160
160-967
160-971
2002Rohling, E. J.: Ecology and shell chemistry; a whole-fauna stable isotope study of Eemian sapropel S5
46%14
14-144
2002Kuypers, Marcel M. M.; Pancost, Richard D. et al.: Enhanced productivity led to increased organic carbon burial in the euxinic North Atlantic basin during the late Cenomanian oceanic anoxic event
46%160
160-966
2002Larrasoana, J. C.; Roberts, A. P. et al.: Gauging bottom-water ventilation in the eastern Mediterranean by combining geochemical and magnetic data from sapropel-bearing sediments
46%160
160-964
161
161-974
2002Arnaboldi, M.; Meyers, P. A.: Geochemical comparison of late Pliocene sapropels from the Vrica land section and ODP sites 964 and 974
46%161
161-976
2002Martinez-Ruiz, F.; Paytan, A. et al.: Geochemical evidence for enhanced productivity and paleoclimate reconstruction during S1 sapropel deposition in the Mediterranean
46%175
175-1082
175-1084
2002Robinson, Rebecca S.; Meyers, Philip A. et al.: Geochemical evidence for variations in delivery and deposition of sediment in Pleistocene light-dark color cycles under the Benguela Current upwelling system
46%180
180-1109
180-1115
2002Wellsbury, Peter; Mather, Ian et al.: Geomicrobiology of deep, low organic carbon sediments in the Woodlark Basin, Pacific Ocean
46%1692002Ishibashi, Junichiro; Sato, Masanori et al.: Helium and carbon gas geochemistry of pore fluids from the sediment-rich hydrothermal system in Escanaba Trough
46%146
146-893
2002Hill, Tessa M.; Kennett, James P.: High resolution records of late Quaternary carbon isotopic excursions; Santa Barbara Basin, California
46%160
160-967
160-969
161
161-974
161-975
2002Meyers, P. A.; Arnaboldi, M.: High-resolution comparison of same-age interrupted sapropel sequences from four ODP sites
46%160
160-967
160-971
2002Cane, Tim; Rohling, Eelco J. et al.: High-resolution stratigraphic framework for Mediterranean sapropel S5; defining temporal relationships between records of Eemian climate variability
46%169
169-1037
169-1038
2002Rushdi, Ahmed I.; Simoneit, Bernd R. T.: Hydrothermal alteration of organic matter in sediments of the Northeastern Pacific Ocean; Part 2, Escanaba Trough, Gorda Ridge
46%146
146-893
2002Hill, Tessa M.; Kennett, J. P. et al.: Intermediate waters and abrupt climate change; ultra-high resolution sediment records from Santa Barbara Basin, California
46%159
159-959
2002Wagner, Thomas: Late Cretaceous to early Quaternary organic sedimentation in the eastern Equatorial Atlantic
46%79
79-545
2004Stuesser, I.; Hofmann, P. et al.: The lower Albian oceanic anoxic event 1b offshore NW-Africa
46%146
146-889
146-890
2004Chapman, Ross; Pohlman, John C. et al.: Thermogenic gas hydrates in the northern Cascadia margin
46%167
167-1016
2005Hill, P. S.; Behl, R. J.: Milankovitch cyclicity; a tool for determining the stratigraphic evolution of the late Neogene offshore Central California margin
46%164
164-996
2004Kumar, P.; Turner, D. et al.: Thermal diffusivity measurements of porous methane hydrate and hydrate-sediment mixturesdownload
46%164
164-996
2005Hornbach, M. J.; Ruppel, C. et al.: Modeling fluid flow in a low flux methane hydrate province; a multifaceted geophysical approach
46%2005Pagani, Mark; Zachos, James C. et al.: Marked decline in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations during the Paleogenedownload
46%160
160-964
160-969
2010Higgins, Meytal B.; Robinson, Rebecca S. et al.: Evidence from chlorin nitrogen isotopes for alternating nutrient regimes in the eastern Mediterranean Sea
46%2010Dugan, B.; Torres, M. E. et al.: Flow zone isolation in sedimentary inputs to the Nankai Trough subduction zone, IODP Expedition 322
46%201
201-1226
2010Wang, Guizhi; Spivack, Arthur J. et al.: Gibbs energies of reaction and microbial mutualism in anaerobic deep sub-sea floor sediments of ODP Site 1226
46%157
157-955
157-956
2001Theilen, Friedrich; Mueller, Christian et al.: Deep-water bright spot reflections in the southern Canary Basin
46%169
169-1033
169S
169S-1033
2001Juniper, S. K.; Cambon, M. A. et al.: Extraction and purification of DNA from organic rich subsurface sediments (ODP Leg 169S)
46%146
146-889
2001Spence, G. D.; Chapman, N. R. et al.: Fishing trawler nets massive "catch" of methane hydrates
46%189
189-1168
189-1171
189-1172
2001Brughmans, N.; Nuernberg, D.: Geochemical proxy data as indicators for the Pleistocene to Quaternary evolution of the southwestern Tasman Sea
46%160
160-964
160-967
160-969
2001Nijenhuis, Ivar A.; Becker, Julia et al.: Geochemistry of coeval marine sediments in Mediterranean ODP cores and a land section; implications for sapropel formation models
46%146
146-892
2001Trehu, Anne M.; Flueh, Ernst R.: Estimating the thickness of the free gas zone beneath Hydrate Ridge, Oregon continental margin, from seismic velocities and attenuationdownload
46%188
188-1165
2001Lorenson, Thomas D.; Claypool, George E.: Hydrocarbon gas concentration and isotopic composition of headspace gases from Site 1165, ODP Leg 188, Prydz Bay, Antarctica
46%131
131-808
132
196
196-808
2001You, Chen-Feng; Gieskes, Joris M.: Hydrothermal alteration of hemi-pelagic sediments; experimental evaluation of geochemical processes in shallow subduction zones
46%204
204-1245
2009Lin, Y. S.; Biddle, J. F. et al.: Stable carbon isotope probing of intact polar lipids from benthic Archaea in marine subsurface sediment
46%167
167-1014
1998Yamamoto, Masanobu; Yamamuro, Masumi et al.: Biomarker variations in Tanner Basin, ODP Leg 167 Site 1014, during the last 150 kyr
46%2006Johnson, Arthur H.; Max, Michael D.: The path to commercial hydrate gas production
46%2072006Brumsack, Hans J.: The trace metal content of recent organic carbon-rich sediments; implications for Cretaceous black shale formation
46%40
40-364
71
71-511
79
79-545
122
122-763
1992Cashman, Richard E.; Leckie, R. Mark: Reconstructing Albian oceans from the planktonic foraminiferal record
46%961992Kennicutt, Mahlon C., II; Comet, Paul A.: Resolution of sediment hydrocarbon sources; multiparameter approaches
46%108
112
117
1992Ten Haven, H. L.; Eglinton, G. et al.: Variations in the content and composition of organic matter in sediments underlying active upwelling regimes; a study from ODP legs 108, 112 and 117
46%74
74-525
1993Ravizza, G.; Esser, B. K.: A possible link between the seawater osmium isotope record and weathering of ancient sedimentary organic matter
46%112
112-681
1993Parkes, R. J.; Cragg, B. A. et al.: A quantitative study of microbial decomposition of biopolymers in Recent sediments from the Peru margin
46%160
160-971
1997Schulz, H. M.; Emeis, K. C. et al.: Organic carbon provenance and maturity in the mud breccia from the Napoli mud volcano; indicators of origin and burial depth
46%108
108-658
1998Pearce, Gareth E. S.; Harradine, Paul J. et al.: Sedimentary sterols and steryl chlorin esters; distribution differences and significance
46%58
58-442
58-443
58-444
58-445
58-446
1980Waples, D. W.; Sloan, J. R.: Carbon and nitrogen diagenesis in deep sea sediments
46%77
77-535
1990Langford, F. F.; Blanc-Valleron, M. M.: Interpreting Rock-Eval pyrolysis data using graphs of pyrolizable hydrocarbons vs. total organic carbon
46%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2003Gering, Kevin L.: Simulations of methane hydrate phenomena over geologic timescales; Part I, Effect of sediment compaction rates on methane hydrate and free gas accumulations
46%1572003Prahl, F. G.; Cowie, Greg L. et al.: Selective organic matter preservation in "burn-down" turbidites on the Madeira abyssal plaindownload
46%117
117-723
2002Menot-Combes, Guillemette; Sessions, Alex L. et al.: Rapid analysis of carbon isotopic compositions of sedimentary algal sterols
46%175
175-1083
2002Maslin, Mark; Denison, Simon et al.: Reconstruction of Benguela Current ocean productivity and West African vegetation during oxygen isotope stages 100 and 101
46%175
175-1085
2002Twichell, Shannon C.; Meyers, Philip A. et al.: Significance of high C/N ratios in organic-carbon-rich Neogene sediments under the Benguela Current upwelling system
46%164
164-995
164-997
1997Dickens, Gerald R.; Paull, Charles K. et al.: Direct measurement of in situ methane quantities in a large gas-hydrate reservoir
46%1641997Olsen, Karin: Measurement of the delta (super 13) C (org) and delta (super 15) N (org) in the sediments of the Blake Ridge, Ocean Drilling Program Leg 164
46%164
164-997
1997Uchida, Takashi; Yamamoto, Junji et al.: Methane hydrates in deep marine sediments; X-ray CT and NMR studies of ODP Leg 164 hydrates
46%130
130-805
130-806
1996Tarduno, John A.; Wilkison, Sarah L.: Redox controls on paleomagnetic fidelity
46%145
145-885
145-886
1996Dickens, Gerald R.; Owen, Robert M.: Sediment geochemical evidence for an early-middle Gilbert (early Pliocene) productivity peak in the North Pacific Red Clay Province
46%198
198-1213
2010Westermann, Stephane; Foellmi, Karl B. et al.: The Valanginian delta (super 13) C excursion may not be an expression of a global oceanic anoxic event
46%41
41-367
1980Dean, W. E.; Gardner, J. V.: Cyclic variations of organic carbon in anoxic facies of Jurassic to Eocene age, Cape Verde Basin (DSDP Site 367), continental margin of Northwest Africa
46%1572009Huguet, Carme; Kim, Jung-Hyun et al.: Effects of long term oxic degradation on the U (super K) (sub 37) , TEX (sub 86) and BIT organic proxies
46%186
186-1150
186-1151
2009Ijiri, Akira; Tsunogai, Urumu et al.: Enrichment of adsorbed methane in authigenic carbonate concretions of the Japan Trench
46%138
138-846
202
202-1240
2009Dubois, Nathalie; Kienast, Markus et al.: Eastern Equatorial Pacific cold tongue during the last glacial maximum as seen from alkenone paleothermometrydownload
46%184
184-1144
184-1146
184-1148
2007Wu Shiguo; Wang Xiujuan et al.: Low-amplitude BSRs and gas hydrate concentration on the northern margin of the South China Sea

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