Search SEDIS

Data setsPublicationsExpeditionsThesaurus
Anywhere in publication:
Please enable Javascript to show the map!
Project/Expedition/Site/Hole:
Geographic Region:
Geographic coverage:
Windrose
Temporal coverage:
Start date: 
End date: 
Number of results per page:

2053 Publications found! (Query time: 0 s)Download as CSV fileDownload as KML file

<< PREV | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | NEXT >>

Score Exp/Site/HoleYearAuthor/TitleFull text
36%311
311-U1329
2011Joseph, Craig; Torres, Marta E. et al.: Methane sources, fluid flow, and diagenesis along the northern Cascadia margin; using the carbonate record to link modern fluid flow to the past
35%149
149-897
149-898
149-899
149-900
1996Meyers, Philip A.; Silliman, James E. et al.: Effects of turbidity flows on organic matter accumulation, sulfate reduction, and methane generation in deep-sea sediments on the Iberia abyssal plain
35%146
146-893
2004Hill, T. M.; Kennett, J. P. et al.: High-resolution records of methane hydrate dissociation; ODP Site 893, Santa Barbara Basindownload
35%1642003Zhao, Weidong; Zhang, Chuanlun L. et al.: Lipid biomarkers and isotope signatures of deep-sea sediments in the Blake Ridge gas hydrate systems
35%80
80-550
2007Storey, Michael; Duncan, Robert A. et al.: Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum and the opening of the Northeast Atlanticdownload
35%204
204-1249
204-1250
2006Liu, Xiaoli; Flemings, Peter B.: Passing gas through the hydrate stability zone at southern Hydrate Ridge, offshore Oregondownload
35%164
164-991
164-992
164-993
164-994
164-995
164-996
164-997
2000Matsumoto, Ryo: Methane hydrate estimates from the chloride and oxygen isotopic anomalies
35%1642005Takeya, Kei; Tani, Atsushi et al.: ESR investigation of gamma -irradiated natural methane hydrate from Blake Ridge Diapir, off east North America in ODP Leg 164download
35%1462004Buffett, Bruce; Archer, David: Global inventory of methane clathrate; sensitivity to changes in the deep oceandownload
35%1642000Davie, Mathew K.; Buffet, Bruce A.: A numerical model for the formation of gas hydrate below the seafloor
35%311
311-U1325
311-U1326
311-U1327
311-U1329
2009Pohlman, J. W.; Kaneko, M. et al.: Methane sources and production in the northern Cascadia margin gas hydrate system
35%2007Cohen, Anthony S.; Coe, Angela L. et al.: The late Palaeocene-early Eocene and Toarcian (Early Jurassic) carbon isotope excursions; a comparison of their time scales, associated environmental changes, causes and consequences
35%170
170-1039
170-1040
2005Hensen, Christian; Wallmann, Klaus: Methane formation at Costa Rica continental margin; constraints for gas hydrate inventories and cross-decollement fluid flowdownload
35%93
93-605
171B
171B-1051
171B-1052
2001Katz, Miriam E.; Cramer, Benjamin S. et al.: Uncorking the bottle; what triggered the Paleocene/Eocene thermal maximum methane release?download
35%146
146-889
146-890
2001Riedel, M.; Spence, G. D. et al.: Deep-sea gas hydrates on the northern Cascadia margin
35%184
184-1144
2006Chen Duo-Fu; Su Zheng et al.: Types of gas hydrates in marine environments and their thermodynamic characteristics
35%2042008Gong Jianming; Zhang Min et al.: Genesis of gas sources in gas hydrate discoveries and potential areas
35%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2005Klauda, Jeffrey B.; Sandler, Stanley I.: Global distribution of methane hydrate in ocean sedimentdownload
35%170
170-1039
170-1040
2001Lutz, Ruediger: Numerische Simulation der Kohlenwasserstoffgenese an der Subduktionszone vor Costa Rica Numerical simulation of hydrocarbon genesis in the subduction zone off Costa Rica
35%174A
174A-1071
174A-1072
174A-1073
2003Claypool, George E.; Vuletich, April K. et al.: Carbon isotopic composition of inorganic carbon and methane dissolved in pore waters at sites 1071, 1072, and 1073download
34%1461995Whiticar, Michael J.; Hovland, Martin: Data report; Molecular and stable isotope analyses of sorbed and free hydrocarbon gases of Leg 146, Cascadia and Oregon marginsdownload
34%75
75-530
1984Jasper, John P.; Whelan, Jean K. et al.: Migration of C (sub 1) to C (sub 8) volatile organic compounds in sediments from the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Leg 75, Hole 530Adownload
34%110
110-671
110-672
110-674
1990Gieskes, Joris M.; Vrolijk, Peter J. et al.: Hydrogeochemistry, ODP Leg 110; an overviewdownload
33%42
42-379
42-380
1978McIver, R. D.: Residual hydrocarbon gases in canned core material from holes 379A and 380A, Leg 42Bdownload
33%1641996Paull, Charles K.; Matsumoto, Ryo et al.: Introductiondownload
32%160
160-970
160-971
1998de Lange, Gert Jan; Brumsack, Hans-Juergen: Pore-water indications for the occurrence of gas hydrates in eastern Mediterranean mud dome structuresdownload
32%84
84-570
1985Sloan, E. D.: Shore-based laboratory experimental measurements on a gas hydrate sample recovered at Site 570download
32%84
84-565
84-566
84-567
84-568
84-569
84-570
1985Galimov, E. M.; Shabaeva, I. Ju.: Carbon isotope composition of Ch (sub 4) and CO (sub 2) in sediments of the Middle America Trenchdownload
32%164
164-994
164-995
164-996
164-997
2000Lorenson, Thomas D.; Collett, Timothy S.: Gas content and composition of gas hydrate from sediments of the southeastern North American continental margin
32%27
27-262
1974McIver, Richard D.: Methane in canned core samples from Site 262, Timor Troughdownload
31%161
161-976
161-977
161-978
1999Cragg, B. A.; Law, K. M. et al.: Bacterial properties in deep sediments of the Alboran Sea, western Mediterranean, sites 976-978download
31%95
95-612
95-613
1987Tarafa, Martha E.; Whelan, Jean K. et al.: Evidence of microbiological activity in Leg 95 (New Jersey Transect) sedimentsdownload
31%180
180-1109
180-1115
2002Mather, Ian D.; Wellsbury, Peter et al.: Purge-trap adsorption gas analysis of sediments of the western Woodlark Basin, sites 1109 and 1115download
31%2006Cardace, Dawn M.; Amend, Jan P. et al.: Microbially mediated reactions in recently subducted sediments; feasible reactions and implications
31%146
146-889
1996Desmons, Bernard: Integrated study of gas hydrates in marine sediments using geophysical and geochemical data
31%146
146-889
146-890
2006Riedel, Michael; Novosel, Ivana et al.: Geophysical and geochemical signatures associated with gas hydrate-related venting in the northern Cascadia margin
31%204
204-1244
204-1245
204-1246
204-1247
204-1248
204-1249
204-1250
204-1251
204-1252
2008Lu, Zunli; Tomaru, Hitoshi et al.: Iodine ages of pore waters at Hydrate Ridge (ODP Leg 204), Cascadia Margin; implications for sources of methane in gas hydratesdownload
31%149
149-897
149-898
149-899
149-900
1996Meyers, Philip A.; Shaw, Timothy J.: Organic matter accumulation, sulfate reduction, and methanogenesis in Pliocene-Pleistocene turbidites on the Iberia abyssal plaindownload
30%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2000Lee, Myung W.: Gas hydrates amount estimated from acoustic logs at the Blake Ridge, sites 994, 995, and 997
30%190
190-1173
190-1174
190-1177
196
196-1173
2006Horsfield, B.; Schenk, H. J. et al.: Living microbial ecosystems within the active zone of catagenesis; implications for feeding the deep biospheredownload
30%204
204-1251
210
2006Freifeld, Barry M.; Kneafsey, Timothy J. et al.: On-site geological core analysis using a portable X-ray computed tomographic system
30%146
146-892
2003Carson, Bobb; Kastner, Miriam et al.: Implications of carbon flux from the Cascadia accretionary prism; results from long-term, in situ measurements at ODP Site 892Bdownload
30%1642000Xia, Ganyuan; Sen, Mrinal K. et al.: Mapping of elastic properties of gas hydrates in the Carolina Trough by waveform inversion
30%311
311-U1328
2010Riedel, Michael; Trehu, A. M. et al.: Characterizing the thermal regime of cold vents at the northern Cascadia margin from bottom-simulating reflector distributions, heat-probe measurements and borehole temperature data
30%74
208
2005Zachos, James C.; Roehl, Ursula et al.: Rapid acidification of the ocean during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximumdownload
30%2042005Luff, Roger; Greinert, Jens et al.: Simulation of long-term feedbacks from authigenic carbonate crust formation at cold vent sitesdownload
30%86
86-576
86-577
1998Rea, David K.: Changes in atmospheric circulation during the latest Paleocene and earliest Eocene epochs and some implications for the global climate regime
30%146
146-889
2005Willoughby, Eleanor C.; Schwalenberg, Katrin et al.: Assessment of marine gas hydrate deposits; a comparative study of seismic, electromagnetic and seafloor compliance methods
30%201
201-1226
2006D'Hondt, Steven; Spivack, Arthur J. et al.: Rates and global biogeochemical consequences of microbial activity in subseafloor sediments
30%304
304-U1309
305
305-U1309
2010Mason, Olivia U.; Nakagawa, Tatsunori et al.: First investigation of the microbiology of the deepest layer of ocean crust
30%146
146-888
146-889
146-890
146-891
146-892
2001Chamov, N. P.; Kurnosov, V. B.: Epigenesis of sediments in the Cascadia accretionary prism, western continental margin of United States
30%41
41-368
2002Ali, M. Y.; Watts, A. B. et al.: Seismic stratigraphy and deep water bright Spot reflections of the Cape Verde flexural moat
30%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
172
172-1059
2007Snyder, G. T.; Dickens, G. R. et al.: Labile barite contents and dissolved barium concentrations on Blake Ridge; new perspectives on barium cycling above gas hydrate systemsdownload
30%113
113-690
2001Kelly, D. Clay; Thomas, Deborah J. et al.: Responses of austral planktonic Foraminifera to the late Paleocene thermal maximum; faunal evidence for oceanic change and an aftereffect cold snap
30%314
314-C0004
316
316-C0004
2012Mills, Heath J.; Reese, Brandi Kiel et al.: Characterization of metabolically active bacterial populations in subseafloor Nankai Trough sediments above, within, and below the sulfate-methane transition zone
30%3012013Boettger, Jason; Lin, Huei-Ting et al.: Energy yields from chemolithotrophic metabolisms in igneous basement of the Juan de Fuca Ridge flank system
30%661982Shipley, Thomas H.; Didyk, Borys M.: Occurrence of methane hydrates offshore southern Mexicodownload
30%180
180-1108
180-1109
2002Katz, Barry J.: Geochemical investigation of sites 1108 and 1109, Leg 180download
29%146
146-888
146-889
146-890
311
2005Riedel, Michael; Collett, Timothy S. et al.: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, Expedition 311 scientific prospectus; Cascadia margin hydratesdownload
29%2042005Borowski, Walter S.: Dissolved sulfide concentration and sulfur isotopic composition of sulfide and sulfate in pore waters, ODP Leg 204, Hydrate Ridge and vicinity, Cascadia margin, offshore Oregondownload
29%2042005Trehu, Anne M.; Torres, Marta E. et al.: Leg 204 synthesis; gas hydrate distribution and dynamics in the central Cascadia accretionary complexdownload
29%146
146-893
1995Pratt, Lisa M.; Carmo, Ana M. et al.: Episodically strong recycling of methane recorded by (super 13) C/ (super 12) C, N/C, and H/C ratios for kerogens from the last 160,000 years in the Santa Barbara Basin at Hole 893Adownload
29%131
131-808
132
196
196-808
1990Gieskes, Joris M.; Gamo, Toshitaka et al.: Hydrogeochemical observations in the Nankai Trough; Leg 131 ODP
29%64
64-479
64-480
1983Simoneit, Bernd R. T.: Organic geochemistry of laminated sediments from the Gulf of California
29%76
76-533
84
84-568
1985Kvenvolden, Keith A.: Comparison of marine gas hydrates in sediments of an active and passive continental margin
29%84
84-565
84-568
1985Kvenvolden, Keith A.: Gas hydrates at two sites of an active continental margin
29%67
67-495
67-496
67-497
67-498
1982Hesse, Reinhard; Harrison, W. E.: Gas-hydrates and associated pore waters from the Pacific continental slope off Guatemala
29%76
76-533
1982Kvenvolden, Keith A.; Barnard, Leo A.: Hydrates of natural gas in continental margins
29%411977Hunt, J. M.; Whelan, J. K.: Light hydrocarbons at sites 367-370, Leg 41download
29%96
96-618
96-619
1987Whelan, Jean K.; Oremland, Ronald S. et al.: Evidence of microbiological activity in DSDP sediments
29%110
110-671
110-672
110-673
110-674
1987Expulsion of fluids from depth along a subduction-zone decollement horizon
29%28
28-271
28-272
28-273
1987Rapp, J. B.; Kvenvolden, K. A. et al.: Hydrocarbon geochemistry of sediments offshore from Antarctica
29%1462000Spence, George D.; Hyndman, R. D. et al.: North Cascadia deep sea gas hydrates
29%1642000Uchida, Takashi; Dallimore, Scott R. et al.: Occurrences of natural gas hydrates beneath the permafrost zone in Mackenzie Delta
29%149
149-897
149-898
149-899
149-900
1994Meyers, P. A.; Silliman, J. S. et al.: Variations in burial of organic matter in turbiditic sediments at ODP Sites 897, 898, 899, and 900, Iberian abyssal plain
29%1101988Blanc, G.; Gieskes, J. M. et al.: Advection de fluides interstitiels dans les series sedimentaires du complexe d'accretion de la Barbade (Leg 110 ODP) Advection of interstitial fluids in sedimentary sequences of the Barbados accretionary complex, Leg 110 ODP
29%11
11-102
11-103
11-104
76
76-533
1988Matsumoto, Ryo: Gas-hydrate related, heavy-oxygen, heavy-carbon siderite from the Blake outer ridge off Florida
29%124
124-767
124-768
1990von Breymann, M. T.; Berner, U.: Diagenetic dolomite formation in the Sulu and Celebes seas from continentally derived turbidite deposits rich in organic matter
29%1122000Pecher, Ingo A.; Kukowski, Nina et al.: Evidence for a link between bottom simulating reflections and elevated fluid flow, Lima Basin, Peru Margin
29%1122000Huebscher, Christian Peter; Greinert, Jens et al.: Intricate BSR and bright SPOT distribution of the Yaquina forearc basin, Peru
29%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2000Dvorkin, Jack; Helgerud, Michael B. et al.: Introduction to physical properties and elasticity models
29%146
146-892
1998Jaeger, John M.; Carson, Bobb et al.: In-situ measurement of hydrocarbon-rich fluid flow from the Cascadia accretionary prism
29%1752011Wehrmann, Laura M.; Risgaard-Petersen, Nils et al.: Coupled organic and inorganic carbon cycling in the deep sub-sea floor sediment of the northeastern Bering Sea slope (IODP Exp. 323)
29%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
1998Paull, C. K.; Borowski, W. S. et al.: Marine gas hydrate inventory; preliminary results of ODP Leg 164 and implications for gas venting and slumping associated with the Blake Ridge gas hydrate field
29%182
182-1126
182-1128
182-1131
182-1134
2002Basov, I. A.: Nakopleniye karbonatov v kholodnykh vodakh (182-y reys "DZhOIDES Rezolyushn") Carbonate accumulation in cold water; 182 JOIDES Resolution expedition
29%1461995Yuan, T.; Spence, G. D. et al.: Velocity structure of a gas hydrate reflector off Vancouver Island margin
29%146
146-889
1994Singh, Satish C.; Minshull, Timothy A.: Velocity structure of a gas hydrate reflector at Ocean Drilling Program Site 889 from a global seismic waveform inversiondownload
29%146
146-891
146-892
1995Trehu, Anne M.; Lin, Guibiao et al.: A seismic reflection profile across the Cascadia subduction zone offshore central Oregon; new constraints on methane distribution and crustal structuredownload
29%67
67-496
67-497
1983Hesse, Reinhard; Lebel, Jean: Pore-water evolution in gas-hydrate bearing sections of modern terrigenous continental margins
29%146
146-889
146-892
1993Schlueter, M.; Linke, P. et al.: Geochemistry and fluid flow observed at deep-sea boreholes (CORK) on the Cascadia accretionary wedge (ODP Sites 889 and 892)
29%139
139-858
169
169-858
1993Baker, Paul A.; Cross, Scott L. et al.: Geochemistry of diagenetic carbonates and implications for hydrothermal circulation within the sediments at ODP Site 858, Juan de Fuca Ridge
29%111
111-677
1993Peltier, W. R.; Burga, C. A. et al.: Group report; How can we use paleodata to evaluate the internal variability and feedbacks in the climate system?
29%41
41-368
1992Conkright, Margarita E.; Sackett, W. M.: Stable carbon isotope changes during the maturation of organic matter
29%169S1998Whiticar, Michael J.; McQuoid, Melissa R. et al.: ODP Leg 169S Saanich Inlet, BC; ultra-high resolution, laminated, Holocene sediments as precision climatic and biogeochemical recorders
29%169
169-1033
169-1034
169S
169S-1033
1998Whiticar, Michael J.; Elvert, Marcus: Organic geochemistry of interstitial fluids and gases in the post-glacial sediments of Saanich Inlet
29%1101987Mascle, A.; Casey Moore, J. et al.: Premiers resultats des forages du complexe d'accretion de la Ride de la Barbade, Leg O.D.P. 110 Preliminary results of ODP Leg 110 drilling through the Barbados Ridge accretionary complex
29%84
84-570
1984Kvenvolden, Keith A.; Claypool, George E. et al.: Geochemistry of a naturally occurring massive marine gas hydrate
29%146
146-889
1995Desmons, Bernard; Hyndman, Roy D. et al.: Gas hydrate concentration at ODP Site 889 off Vancouver Island
29%146
146-889
146-890
1996Yuan, T.; Hyndman, R. D. et al.: Seismic velocity increase and deep-sea gas hydrate concentration above a bottom-simulating reflector on the northern Cascadia continental slopedownload
29%96
96-615
96-616
96-617
96-618
96-619
96-620
96-621
96-622
96-623
1986Whelan, Jean K.: Geochemistry summary; Leg 96, the Mississippi Fandownload

<< PREV | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | NEXT >>