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44%2042005Claypool, George E.; Milkov, Alexei V. et al.: Microbial methane generation and gas transport in shallow sediments of an accretionary complex, southern Hydrate Ridge (ODP Leg 204), offshore Oregon, USAdownload
44%15
15-147
1973Lyon, Graeme L.: Interstitial water studies, Leg 15, chemical and isotopic composition of gases from Cariaco Trench sedimentsdownload
44%1995Fink, Cameron Roger: Methane hydrate distribution offshore Vancouver Island from detailed single channel seismic studies
43%131
131-808
190
190-1178
196
196-808
2006He Lijuan; Matsubayashi, Osamu et al.: Methane hydrate accumulation model for the central Nankai accretionary prismdownload
43%1641998Sad, Alberto Roque E.; Silveira, Desiderio P. et al.: Marine gas hydrates evidence along the Brazilian coast
43%2042004Boetius, Antje; Suess, Erwin: Hydrate Ridge; a natural laboratory for the study of microbial life fueled by methane from near-surface gas hydratesdownload
43%2005Milkov, Alexei V.; Xu, Wenyue: Gas hydrate growth, methane transport, and chloride enrichment at the southern summit of Hydrate Ridge, Cascadia margin off Oregon; discussiondownload
43%188
188-1165
188-1166
2001Claypool, George E.; Lorenson, Thomas D.: Methane diagenesis and authigenic carbonates in continental rise and shelf sediments, ODP Leg 188 sites 1165 and 1166, offshore Antarctica (Prydz Bay)
43%113
113-690
143
143-865
171B
171B-1051
2003Schmidt, Gavin A.; Shindell, Drew T.: Atmospheric composition, radiative forcing, and climate change as a consequence of a massive methane release from gas hydratesdownload
43%2042005Teichert, Barbara M. A.; Bohrmann, Gerhard et al.: Chemoherms on Hydrate Ridge; unique microbially-mediated carbonate build-ups growing into the water columndownload
43%113
113-690
2002Thomas, Deborah Jane: The causes and consequences of a rapid global warming event 55 million years ago
43%2042006Musgrave, Robert J.; Bangs, Nathan L. et al.: Rise of the base of the gas hydrate zone since the last glacial recorded by rock magnetism
43%1391994Whiticar, Michael J.; Faber, Eckhard et al.: Thermogenic and bacterial hydrocarbon gases (free and sorbed) in Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge, Leg 139download
43%56
57
1980Whelan, Jean K.; Sato, Shunji: C (sub 1) -C (sub 5) hydrocarbons from core gas pockets, Deep Sea Drilling Project legs 56 and 57, Japan Trench transectdownload
43%1990Hyndman, R. D.; Davis, E. E.: Hydrate bottom simulating reflectors, distributed fluid expulsion from accretionary prisms, and ODP geochemistry
43%2000Kvenvolden, Keith A.: Natural gas hydrate; introduction and history of discovery
43%149
149-897
149-898
149-899
149-900
1996Meyers, Philip A.; Silliman, James E. et al.: Organic matter accumulation, sulfate reduction, and methane generation in a turbidite sequence on the Iberia abyssal plain
43%1974Hammond, Douglas E.: Dissolved gases on Cariaco Trench sediments; anaerobic diagenesis
43%2000Kastner, Miriam: Gas hydrates in convergent margins; formation, occurrence, geochemistry, and global significance
43%1982002Bralower, Timothy J.; Premoli Silva, Isabella et al.: New evidence for abrupt climate change in the Cretaceous and Paleogene; an Ocean Drilling Program expedition to Shatsky Rise, Northwest Pacific
43%1978Trotsyuk, V. Ya.: Volumetric concentrations of hydrocarbon gases in bottom waters, sediments, and Mesozoic-Cenozoic deposits of the ocean
43%761981Anonymous: Deep sea drilling recovers oldest oceanic sediments
43%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
1996Matsumoto, Ryo; Watanabe, Yoshio et al.: Distribution and occurrence of marine gas hydrate; preliminary results of ODP Leg 164; Blake Ridge drilling
43%2012006Spivack, Arthur J.; McNeil, Craig et al.: Determination of in situ methane based on analysis of void gasdownload
43%21
21-204
146
2004Hill, T. M.; Kennett, J. P. et al.: Isotopic evidence for the incorporation of methane-derived carbon into Foraminifera from modern methane seeps, Hydrate Ridge, Northeast Pacificdownload
43%1996Yuan, Tianson: Seismic studies of the northern Cascadia accretionary prism; sediment consolidation and gas hydrates
43%314
315
2008Yamada, Yasuhiro; Tomaru, Hitoshi et al.: Methane hydrates at Kumano Basin revealed by IODP 314/315 Expeditionsdownload
43%146
146-889
311
311-U1325
311-U1326
311-U1329
2011Bhatnagar, Gaurav; Chatterjee, Sayantan et al.: Analytical theory relating the depth of the sulfate-methane transition to gas hydrate distribution and saturationdownload
43%1461995Cragg, Barry A.; Parkes, Ronald John et al.: The impact of fluid and gas venting on bacterial populations and processes in sediments from the Cascadia margin accretionary system (sites 888-892) and the geochemical consequencesdownload
42%1241990Berner, Ulrich; Dumke, I. et al.: Organic geochemistry of surface sediments of the Sulu Trench, Philippinesdownload
42%84
84-570
1985Brooks, James M.; Jeffrey, Alan W. A. et al.: Geochemistry of hydrate gas and water from Site 570, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 84download
42%64
64-474
64-475
64-476
64-477
64-478
64-479
64-480
64-481
1982Oremland, Ronald S.; Culbertson, Charles et al.: Methanogenic activity in sediment from Leg 64, Gulf of Californiadownload
41%146
146-892
1995Hovland, Martin; Lysne, David et al.: Gas hydrate and sediment gas composition, Hole 892Adownload
41%64
64-474
64-477
64-478
64-479
64-481
1982Galimov, Eric M.; Simoneit, Bernd R. T.: Geochemistry of interstitial gases in sedimentary deposits of the Gulf of California, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 64download
40%64
64-477
64-478
64-481
1988Simoneit, Bernd R. T.; Kawka, O. E. et al.: Origin of gases and condensates in the Guaymas Basin hydrothermal system (Gulf of California)
40%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
1996Holbrook, W. Steven; Hoskins, Hartley et al.: Methane hydrate and free gas on the Blake Ridge from vertical seismic profiling
40%118
118-735
176
176-735
1996Frueh-Green, G. L.; Kelley, D. S.: Methane-rich fluids during ocean-floor serpentinization and hydrothermal alteration of the lower oceanic crust
40%118
118-735
176
176-735
1996Kelley, Deborah S.: Methane-rich fluids in the oceanic crust
40%192004Barth, Ginger; Scholl, David et al.: Quantifying the methane content of natural gas and gas hydrate accumulations in the Aleutian Basin of the Bering Sea; case studies based on interval time anomalies
40%146
146-889
1995Fink, Cameron R.; Spence, George D. et al.: Analysis of methane hydrates at ODP 889B from detailed single channel seismic
40%146
146-890
149
149-897
149-898
149-900
1993Meyers, P. A.; Shaw, T.: Importance of availability of marine organic matter to in situ generation of methane in sediments of ODP Sites 897, 898, 899, and 900, Iberian Abyssal Plain
40%146
146-889
1995Minshull, T. A.; Spence, G. D. et al.: A seismic reflection and wide-angle study of methane gas hydrates, offshore Vancouver Island
40%106
106-649
1991Jean-Baptiste, P.; Charlou, J. L. et al.: Helium and methane measurements in hydrothermal fluids from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge; the Snake Pit site at 23 degrees N
40%76
76-533
1997Borowski, Walter S.; Paull, Charles K. et al.: Carbon cycling within the upper methanogenic zone of continental rise sediments; an example from the methane-rich sediments overlying the Blake Ridge gas hydrate deposits
40%201
204
2003Inagaki, Fumio; Nunoura, Takuro et al.: Microbial community structures in methane hydrate bearing deep marine sediments from the Peru Margin (ODP Leg 201) and the Cascadia Margin (ODP Leg 204)
40%1642008Hornbach, Matthew J.; Saffer, Demian M. et al.: Three-dimensional seismic imaging of the Blake Ridge methane hydrate province; evidence for large, concentrated zones of gas hydrate and morphologically driven advectiondownload
40%131
131-808
132
196
196-808
2000Aoki, Yutaka; Shimizu, Shoshiro et al.: Methane hydrate accumulation along the western Nankai Trough
40%146
146-889
164
164-997
2003Davie, Matthew K.; Buffett, Bruce A.: Sources of methane for marine gas hydrate; inferences from a comparison of observations and numerical models
40%175
175-1077
2010Feng Dong; Chen Duofu et al.: Authigenic carbonates from methane seeps of the northern Congo Fan; microbial formation mechanism
40%118
118-735
176
176-735
1999Kelley, Deborah S.; Frueh-Green, Gretchen L.: Abiogenic methane in deep-seated mid-ocean ridge environments; insights from stable isotope analysesdownload
40%146
146-889
1998Yuan, Jian; Cairns, Graeme et al.: Electromagnetic assessment of offshore methane hydrate deposits on the Cascadia margin
40%146
146-892
2000Kastner, Miriam; Carson, Bobb et al.: An in situ experiment of methane sequestration as gas hydrate, authigenic carbonate, and loss to the water column and/or atmosphere
40%146
146-893
2000Kennett, James P.; Cannariato, Kevin G. et al.: Carbon isotopic evidence for methane hydrate instability during Quaternary interstadials
40%2042005Long, D.; Jackson, P. D. et al.: Methane hydrates; problems in unlocking their potential
40%201
201-1228
201-1229
2005Biddle, J. F.; House, C. H. et al.: Microbial stratification in deeply buried marine sediment reflects changes in sulfate/methane profiles
40%661985Collins, Barclay P.; Watkins, Joel S.: Analysis of a gas hydrate off Southwest Mexico using seismic processing techniques and Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 66 results
40%155
155-931
155-939
155-940
155-944
1998Burns, Stephen J.: Carbon isotopic evidence for coupled sulfate reduction-methane oxidation in Amazon Fan sediments
40%1982002Zachos, James C.; Bralower, Timothy J. et al.: The P-E boundary carbon isotope excursion in ODP Leg 198 sites from Shatsky Rise; an initial test of the methane hydrate dissociation model
40%174A
174A-1071
174A-1072
2002Malone, Mitchell J.; Claypool, George et al.: Variable methane fluxes in shallow marine systems over geologic time; the composition and origin of pore waters and authigenic carbonates on the New Jersey shelf
40%164
164-997
2003Davie, M. K.; Buffett, B. A.: A steady state model for marine hydrate formation; constraints on methane supply from pore water sulfate profilesdownload
40%201
201-1227
201-1229
201-1230
2005Biddle, Jennifer F.; Lipp, Julius S. et al.: Carbon isotopic characterization of Archaea inhabiting deeply buried sulfate/methane transition zones
40%182
182-1128
1999Feary, David; Hine, Al et al.: Cool-water "reefs", possible hydrogen sulphide/methane clathrates, and brine circulation; preliminary results of Leg 182 drilling in the Great Australian Bight
40%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
40%1822001Mitterer, Richard M.; Malone, Mitchell J. et al.: Co-generation of hydrogen sulfide and methane in marine carbonate sedimentsdownload
40%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
40%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
40%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2001Dickens, Gerald R.: The potential volume of oceanic methane hydrates with variable external conditions
40%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
40%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
40%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
40%164
164-996
2004Kumar, P.; Turner, D. et al.: Thermal diffusivity measurements of porous methane hydrate and hydrate-sediment mixturesdownload
40%164
164-996
2005Hornbach, M. J.; Ruppel, C. et al.: Modeling fluid flow in a low flux methane hydrate province; a multifaceted geophysical approach
40%146
146-889
2001Spence, G. D.; Chapman, N. R. et al.: Fishing trawler nets massive "catch" of methane hydrates
40%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
40%186
186-1150
186-1151
2009Ijiri, Akira; Tsunogai, Urumu et al.: Enrichment of adsorbed methane in authigenic carbonate concretions of the Japan Trench
40%175
175-1075
2009Handley, L.; Talbot, H. M. et al.: Aminopentol, a possible novel biomarker tracer for methane hydrate stability in sedimentary records
40%164
164-994
164-995
1996Pecher, I. A.; Holbrook, W. S. et al.: Walkaway VSPs through methane hydrate bearing sediments at the Blake Ridge, ODP Leg 164; first results
40%118
118-735
176
176-735
1996Kelley, D. S.; Frueh-Green, G. L.: What is the origin of methane in submarine hydrothermal systems?
40%2042004Trehu, Anne M.; Flemings, Peter B. et al.: Feeding methane vents and gas hydrate deposits at south Hydrate Ridgedownload
40%146
146-888
2008Knudson, K. P.; Hendy, I. L.: Post-depositional diagenetic carbonate precipitation, methane production and climate-driven sedimentary processes in the northeastern Pacific Nitinat Fan
40%1642000Pecher, Ingo A.; Holbrook, W. Steven: Seismic methods for detecting and quantifying marine methane hydrate/free gas reservoirs
40%146
146-889
1998Hobro, J. W. D.; Minshull, T. A. et al.: Three-dimensional seismic tomographic studies of the methane hydrate stability zone in the Cascadia Margin
40%146
146-889
1998Hobro, J. W.; Minshull, T. A. et al.: Tomographic seismic studies of the methane hydrate stability zone in the Cascadia Margin
40%201
201-1230
2005Fehn, Udo: Sources of methane in continental margins; (super 129) I results from gas hydrate systems and fore arc fluids
40%161
161-976
1999Bernasconi, S. M.; Meyers, P. A. et al.: Early diagenesis in rapidly accumulating sediments on the Alboran slope, ODP Site 976
40%311
311-U1328
2008Kaneko, Masanori; Naraoka, Hiroshi: Carbon and hydrogen isotopic compositions of archaeal lipids in deeper part of methane hydrate bearing sediment
40%204
204-1249
2010Cao, Y. C.; Su, Z. et al.: A kinetic model for hydrate precipitated from venting methane gas at seep site; application to the southern summit of Hydrate Ridge, Cascadia margin off Oregon
40%155
155-942
175
175-1075
2010Handley, L.; Talbot, H. M. et al.: Novel records of past methane emission events from the Congo and Amazon Fans
40%201
201-1229
2010Meister, Patrick; Brunner, Benjamin et al.: Sulphur- and carbon-isotopes document dynamic sulphate methane interface (Peru Margin, Leg 201, Site 1229)
40%164
164-994
164-996
164-997
2000Matsumoto, Ryo; Uchida, Takashi et al.: Occurrence, structure, and composition of natural gas hydrate recovered from the Blake Ridge, Northwest Atlantic
40%164
164-994
164-995
164-996
164-997
2000Wallace, Paul J.; Dickens, Gerald R. et al.: Effects of core retrieval and degassing on the carbon isotope composition of methane gas hydrate- and free gas-bearing sediments from the Blake Ridge
40%164
164-995
2004Takacs, Kathryn G.; Borowski, Walter S.: Changes in sulfur concentration and sulfur isotopic composition within authigenic sulfide minerals from sediments of Miocene age to the present, ODP Site 995, Blake Ridge, offshore southeastern United States
40%311
311-U1325
311-U1326
311-U1327
311-U1329
2009Torres, Marta E.; Kastner, Miriam: Data report; Clues about carbon cycling in methane-bearing sediments using stable isotopes of the dissolved inorganic carbon, IODP Expedition 311download
40%18
18-174
18-176
18-180
1973McIver, Richard D.: Appendix III; Hydrocarbon gases from canned core samples, sites 174A, 176 and 180download
39%1121990Kvenvolden, Keith A.; Kastner, Miriam: Gas hydrates of the Peruvian outer continental margindownload
39%67
67-497
67-498
1982Harrison, William E.; Curiale, Joseph A.: Gas hydrates in sediments of holes 497 and 498A, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 67download
39%38
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104-642
104-643
104-644
1989Kvenvolden, Keith A.; McDonald, Thomas J.: Organic geochemistry on Leg 104download
39%47
47-397
1979Whelan, J. K.: C (sub 1) to C (sub 7) hydrocarbons from IPOD holes 397 and 397Adownload
38%96
96-618
96-619
1986Pflaum, Ronald C.; Brooks, James M. et al.: Molecular and isotopic analysis of core gases and gas hydrates, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 96download
38%1121990Kvenvolden, Keith A.; Frank, Tamara J. et al.: Hydrocarbon gases in Tertiary and Quaternary sediments offshore Peru; results and comparisonsdownload

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