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28%93
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1987Whelan, Jean K.; Burton, Christine: C1-C8 hydrocarbons in sediments from the lower continental rise, Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 603download
28%104
104-642
104-642A
104-642B
104-642D
104-644
104-644A
1989Whiticar, Michael J.; Faber, Eckhard: Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen isotope distribution in the interstitial fluid of ODP Leg 104, Holes 642B, 642D, 643A, Voring Plateau, Norwegian Seadownload
28%76
76-533
1983Claypool, G. E.; Threlkeld, Charles N.: Anoxic diagenesis and methane generation in sediments of the Blake Outer Ridge, Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 533, Leg 76download
27%201
201-1230
2006Biddle, Jennifer F.; House, Christopher H. et al.: Enrichment and cultivation of microorganisms from sediment from the slope of the Peru Trench (ODP Site 1230)download
27%1251992Mottl, Michael J.: Pore waters from serpentinite seamounts in the Mariana and Izu-Bonin forearcs, Leg 125; evidence for volatiles from the subducting slabdownload
27%124
124-767
124-768
1991von Breymann, Marta T.; Swart, Peter K. et al.: Pore-water chemistry of the Sulu and Celebes seas; extensive diagenetic reactions at sites 767 and 768download
27%38
38-341
1976Morris, D. A.: Organic diagenesis of Miocene sediments from Site 341, Voering Plateau, Norwaydownload
27%311
311-U1325
311-U1326
311-U1327
311-U1328
311-U1329
2005Collett, Timothy S.; Riedel, Michael et al.: Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 311 preliminary report; Cascadia Margin gas hydrates; 28 August-28 October 2005download
26%2042005Lorenson, Thomas D.; Colwell, Frederick S. et al.: Acetate and hydrogen concentration in pore fluids associated with a large gas hydrate reservoir, southern Hydrate Ridge, offshore Oregon, USAdownload
26%19
19-185
19-186
19-189
19-191
1973McIver, R. D.: Hydrocarbons in canned muds from sites 185, 186, 189, and 191; Leg 19download
26%2012006Jorgensen, Bo B.; D'Hondt, Steven L. et al.: Leg 201 synthesis; controls on microbial communities in deeply buried sedimentsdownload
26%41
41-368
1977Baker, E. W.; Huang, W. Y. et al.: Electron paramagnetic resonance study of thermal alteration of kerogen in deep-sea sediments by sill intrusiondownload
26%2042005Dickens, Gerald R.; Donohoe, Catherine M. et al.: Dissolved fluoride concentrations in methane-charged sediment sequencesdownload
25%2042003Trehu, Anne M.; Bohrmann, Gerhard et al.: Leg 204 summarydownload
25%164
164-994
164-996
164-997
2000Dickens, Gerald R.; Kennedy, B. Mack: Noble gases in methane hydrate from the Blake Ridge
25%35
35-323
38
38-344
38-348
69
69-504
70
70-504
83
83-504
92
92-504
111
111-504
137
137-504
140
140-504
148
148-504
1987Taviani, Marco; Lawrence, James R.: Unusual occurrence of methane-derived carbonates; delta (super 13) C depleted calcite veins in basalt bedrock of the Norwegian-Greenland Sea, DSDP Leg 38
25%164
164-994
164-997
2000Wood, Warren T.; Holbrook, W. Steven et al.: In situ measurements of P-wave attenuation in the methane hydrate- and gas-bearing sediments of the Blake Ridge
25%13
13-134
1973McIver, Richard D.: Geochemical significance of gas and gasoline-range hydrocarbons and other organic matter in a Miocene sample from Site 134, Balearic Abyssal Plaindownload
25%204
204-1244
204-1245
204-1247
204-1249
204-1250
204-1251
2003Milkov, Alexei V.; Claypool, George E. et al.: In situ methane concentrations at Hydrate Ridge, offshore Oregon; new constraints on the global gas hydrate inventory from an active margin
25%204
204-1244
204-1245
204-1246
204-1247
204-1248
204-1249
204-1250
204-1251
204-1252
2007Larrasoana, Juan C.; Roberts, Andrew P. et al.: Diagenetic formation of greigite and pyrrhotite in gas hydrate marine sedimentary systemsdownload
25%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2000Wehner, Hermann; Faber, Eckhard et al.: Characterization of low and high molecular-weight hydrocarbons in sediments from the Blake Ridge, sites 994, 995, and 997
25%164
164-994
164-995
164-996
164-997
2000Dickens, Gerald R.; Wallace, Paul J. et al.: Detection of methane gas hydrate in the pressure core sampler (PCS); volume-pressure-time relations during controlled degassing experiments
25%207
207-1257
207-1258
207-1259
207-1260
207-1261
2007Boettcher, Michael E.; Hetzel, Almut et al.: Sulfur-iron-carbon geochemistry in sediments of the Demerara Rise
25%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2000Tinivella, Umberta; Lodolo, Emanuele: The Blake Ridge bottom-simulating reflector transect; tomographic velocity field and theoretical model to estimate methane hydrate quantities
25%2042004Trehu, Anne M.; Long, P. E. et al.: Three-dimensional distribution of gas hydrate beneath southern Hydrate Ridge; constraints from ODP Leg 204download
25%303
303-U1305
303-U1306
303-U1307
2009Ennyu, Atsuhito; Malone, Mitchell J.: Data report; Carbon stable isotope ratios of dissolved inorganic carbon in interstitial waters from IODP Expedition 303 Sites U1305, U1306, and U1307 (Eirik Drift)download
25%149
173
2008Skelton, Alasdair; Crill, Patrick et al.: Quantification of the rate of methane production by serpentinization
25%164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2000Wood, Warren T.; Ruppel, Carolyn D.: Seismic and thermal investigations of the Blake Ridge gas hydrate area; a synthesis
25%314
314-C0001
314-C0002
314-C0004
315
315-C0001
315-C0002
316
316-C0004
316-C0008
326
326-C0002
332
332-C0002
338
338-C0002
2012Toki, Tomohiro; Uehara, Yuto et al.: Methane production and accumulation in the Nankai accretionary prism; results from IODP Expeditions 315 and 316
25%311
311-U1329
2012Joseph, C.; Torres, M. E. et al.: Using the (super 87) Sr/ (super 86) Sr of modern and paleoseep carbonates from northern Cascadia to link modern fluid flow to the past
25%202
202-1235
2013Scholz, Florian; Hensen, Christian et al.: Submarine weathering of silicate minerals and the extent of pore water freshening at active continental margins
25%50
50-415
50-416
1980Kvenvolden, K. A.: Organic geochemistry, Deep Sea Drilling Project sites 415 and 416; introduction and summarydownload
25%146
164
164-994
164-995
164-997
2000Goldberg, David S.; Collett, Timothy S. et al.: Ground truth; in-situ properties of hydrate
25%141
141-859
1995Brown, Kevin M.; Bangs, Nathan L.: Thermal regime of the Chile triple junction; constraints provided by downhole temperature measurements and distribution of gas hydrate
25%64
64-474
64-477
64-478
64-479
64-481
1984Simoneit, Bernd R. T.; Galimov, Eric M.: Geochemistry of interstitial gases in Quaternary sediments of the Gulf of California
25%1101989Gieskes, J.; Blanc, G. et al.: Hydrogeochemistry in the Barbados accretionary complex; Leg 110 ODP
25%1411995Froelich, Philip N.; Kvenvolden, Keith A. et al.: Geochemical evidence for gas hydrate in sediment near the Chile triple junction
25%102
111
111-504
129
137
137-504
140
140-504
144
148
148-504
168
176
185
2003Bach, Wolfgang; Edwards, Katrina J.: Iron and sulfide oxidation within the basaltic ocean crust; implications for chemolithoautotrophic microbial biomass production
25%1902003Zink, Klaus G.; Wilkes, Heinz et al.: Intact phospholipids; microbial "life markers" in marine deep subsurface sedimentsdownload
25%113
113-690
2004Stoll, Heather M.: Coccolith Sr/Ca records of productivity during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum from the Weddell Sea; replydownload
25%2042007Klapp, S. A.; Klein, H. et al.: First determination of gas hydrate crystallite size distributions using high-energy synchrotron radiationdownload
25%182
182-1130
182-1132
2007Wortmann, Ulrich G.; Chernyavsky, Boris et al.: Oxygen isotope biogeochemistry of pore water sulfate in the deep biosphere; dominance of isotope exchange reactions with ambient water during microbial sulfate reduction (ODP Site 1130)download
25%201
201-1226
2008Wang, G.; Spivack, Arthur J. et al.: Quantification of co-occurring reaction rates in deep sub-seafloor sedimentsdownload
25%104
104-643
2004Berndt, Christian; Buenz, Stefan et al.: Seismic character of bottom simulating reflectors; examples from the mid-Norwegian margindownload
25%175
175-1075
175-1077
175-1078
175-1079
175-1084
2003Nakagawa, Funiko; Tsunogai, Urumu et al.: Stable isotopic compositions of bacterial light hydrocarbons in marginal marine sediments
25%3072005Ferdelman, T. G.; Kano, A. et al.: First results from IODP Expedition 307 Porcupine carbonate mound drilling; geological and biogeochemical setting of the Challenger carbonate mound
25%2072006Arndt, Sandra; Brumsack, Hans-Juergen et al.: Cretaceous black shales as active bioreactors; a biogeochemical model for the deep biosphere encountered during ODP Leg 207 (Demerara Rise)download
25%2092006Schmidt, K.; Koschinsky-Fritsche, A. et al.: Detailed geochemical investigation of hydrothermal fluids from the Logatchev Field, 15 degrees N, MARdownload
25%191
191-1179
2006Mills, Christopher T.; Dias, Robert F. et al.: Determination of phospholipid fatty acid structures and stable carbon isotope compositions of deep-sea sediments of the Northwest Pacific, ODP Site 1179download
25%24
24-231
2007Feakins, Sarah J.; Eglinton, Timothy I. et al.: A comparison of biomarker records of northeast African vegetation from lacustrine and marine sediments (ca. 3.40 Ma)download
25%2000Ussler, W., III; Paull, C. et al.: A new approach for estimating in situ sediment gas concentrations in ODP boreholes while coring
25%1642000Carcione, Jose M.; Tinivella, Umberta: Bottom-simulating reflectors; seismic velocities and AVO effects
25%304
304-U1309
305
305-U1309
2009Niino, Akiko; Maeda, Jinichiro et al.: Ni-Fe alloy possibly associated with reduced magmatic fluids in lower-crustal gabbro, IODP Hole U1309D, Atlantis Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge
25%164
164-994
164-996
164-997
170
170-1041
1998Lorenson, Thomas D.; Kvenvolden, Keith A. et al.: Comparison of gas hydrate composition from the Middle America Trench and Blake Ridge
25%171B2001Sloan, Lisa Cirbus; Huber, Matthew: North Atlantic climate variability in early Palaeogene time; a climate modelling sensitivity study
25%146
146-892
2003Gei, Davide; Carcione, Jose M.: Acoustic properties of sediments saturated with gas hydrate, free gas and water
25%2002Magnier, Caroline C.; Lopez, Jose O. et al.: Biodegradation vs. thermal maturity in type IIS crude oils of northern Cuba
25%1091997Suess, Erwin; Bayer, Reinhold et al.: Leg SO109-1
25%125
125-780
2001Fujioka, Kantaro; Tamanaka, Toshiro et al.: An introduction to the serpentinite biosphere in the Mariana Forearc; capsule of the deep subsurface biosphere from the Chamorro Seamount
25%74
74-527
143
143-865
198
198-1209
2005Tripati, Aradhna; Elderfield, Henry: Deep-sea temperature and circulation changes at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximumdownload
25%2042007Bohrmann, Gerhard; Kuhs, Werner F. et al.: Appearance and preservation of natural gas hydrate from Hydrate Ridge sampled during ODP Leg 204 drillingdownload
25%170
170-1039
170-1040
170-1041
170-1042
170-1043
2002Lueckge, A.; Kastner, M. et al.: Hydrocarbon gas in the Costa Rica subduction zone; primary composition and post-genetic alteration
25%172
172-1054
172-1057
172-1060
172-1062
172-1063
2001Cagatay, M. Namik; Borowski, Walter S. et al.: Factors affecting the diagenesis of Quaternary sediments at ODP Leg 172 sites in western North Atlantic; evidence from pore water and sediment geochemistry
25%2002Swart, Peter: Recrystallization and carbon isotopic composition of pore waters associated with the diagenesis of periplatform sediments
25%160
160-970
160-971
2006Haese, Ralf R.; Hensen, Christian et al.: Pore water geochemistry of eastern Mediterranean mud volcanoes; implications for fluid transport and fluid origindownload
25%184
184-1146
2004Liu Baolin; Wang Yaping et al.: Geochemical properties of REE in marine sediments on the northern continental slope of the South China Sea and their diagenetic environment
25%101
166
2005Rendle-Buhring, Rebecca H.; Reijmer, John J. G.: Controls on grain-size patterns in periplatform carbonates; marginal setting versus glacio-eustacydownload
25%201
201-1229
2008Biddle, Jennifer F.; Fitz-Gibbon, Sorel et al.: Metagenomic signatures of the Peru Margin subseafloor biosphere show a genetically distinct environment
25%2007Gieskes, Joris M.; Mahn, Chris: Halide systematics in interstitial waters of ocean drilling sediment coresdownload
25%1994Soloviev, V.; Ginsburg, G. D.: Formation of submarine gas hydrates
25%185
185-1149
2006Cragg, Barry A.; Wellsbury, Peter et al.: Bacterial populations in deepwater low-sedimentation-rate marine sediments and evidence for subsurface bacterial manganese reduction (ODP Site 1149, Izu-Bonin Trench)download
25%204
204-1244
204-1245
204-1247
204-1249
204-1250
2009Janik, Aleksandra; Goldberg, David et al.: Estimation of gas-hydrate saturation and heterogeneity on Cascadia margin from Ocean Drilling Project Leg 204 logging-while-drilling measurements
25%319
319-C0011
322
322-C0011
322-C0012
333
333-C0011
333-C0012
338
338-C0012
2010Heuer, V. B.; Hinrichs, K. U.: Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone Experiment (NanTroSEIZE) Stage 2; microbially mediated transformation of carbon in sediments entering an active subduction zone
25%160
160-968
2010Ziegler, M.; Tuenter, E. et al.: The precession phase of the boreal summer monsoon as viewed from the eastern Mediterranean (ODP Site 968)
25%201
204
329
2012Lever, Mark Alexander: Acetogenesis in the energy-starved deep biosphere; a paradox?
25%3132013Nilsson, Andreas; Lee, Youn Soo et al.: Magnetostratigraphic importance of secondary chemical remanent magnetizations carried by greigite (Fe (sub 3) S (sub 4) ) in Miocene sediments, New Jersey shelf (IODP Expedition 313)
25%2052006Haeckel, Matthias: A transport-reaction model of the hydrological systems of the Costa Rica subduction zonedownload
25%164
164-994
164-995
164-996
164-997
2000Naehr, Thomas H.; Rodriguez, Nancy M. et al.: Methane-derived authigenic carbonates associated with gas hydrate decomposition and fluid venting above the Blake Ridge Diapir
25%1251992Haggerty, Janet A.; Fisher, J. Berton: Short-chain organic acids in interstitial waters from Mariana and Bonin forearc serpentines; Leg 125download
25%76
76-533
1983Brooks, James M.; Barnard, Leo A. et al.: Molecular and isotopic compositions of hydrocarbons at Site 533, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 76download
24%1561997Kastner, Miriam; Zheng, Yan et al.: Geochemistry of fluids and flow regime in the decollement zone at the northern Barbados Ridgedownload
24%160
160-970
160-971
1996Robertson, Alastair H. F.; Emeis, Kay-Christian et al.: Mud volcanism on the Mediterranean Ridgedownload
24%131
131-808
132
196
196-808
1993Gamo, Toshitaka; Kastner, Miriam et al.: Carbon isotope ratio of total inorganic carbon in pore waters associated with diagenesis of organic material at Site 808, Nankai Troughdownload
24%1642000Paull, Charles K.; Matsumoto, Ryo et al.: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program; volume 164; scientific results; gas hydrate sampling on the Blake Ridge and Carolina Rise; covering Leg 164 of the cruises of the drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution, Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Miami, Florida, sites 991-997, 31 October-19 December 1995download
24%118
118-735
118-735B
176
176-735
176-735B
1991Vanko, David A.; Stakes, Debra S.: Fluids in oceanic layer 3; evidence from veined rocks, Hole 735B, Southwest Indian Ridgedownload
23%401978Foresman, J. B.: Organic geochemistry DSDP Leg 40, continental rise of Southwest Africadownload
23%307
307-U1316
307-U1317
307-U1318
2009Mangelsdorf, Kai; Zink, Klaus G. et al.: Data report; Geochemical and microbial biomarker investigations of sedimentary successions from the Belgica carbonate mound province in the Porcupine Basin, offshore Irelanddownload
23%2012006Teske, Andreas P.: Microbial community composition in deep marine subsurface sediments of ODP Leg 201; sequencing surveys and cultivationsdownload
23%1641995Paull, Charles; Matsumoto, Ryo et al.: Leg 164 scientific prospectus; gas hydrate sampling on the Blake Ridge and Carolina Risedownload
23%3112005Riedel, Michael; Collett, Timothy S. et al.: Expedition 311 summarydownload
23%661982Wada, Hideki; Niitsuma, Nobuaki et al.: Deep sea carbonate nodules from the Middle America Trench area off Mexico, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 66download
23%2042005Fehn, Udo; Lu, Zunli et al.: (super 129) I/I ratios and halogen concentrations in pore water of Hydrate Ridge and their relevance for the origin of gas hydrates; a progress reportdownload
23%76
76-533
1983Kvenvolden, Keith A.; Barnard, Leo A.: Gas hydrates of the Blake Outer Ridge, Site 533, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 76download
23%113
113-695
113-696
1990Lonsdale, Malcolm J.: The relationship between silica diagenesis, methane, and seismic reflections on the South Orkney microcontinentdownload
23%1461994Hyndman, R. D.; Spence, G. D. et al.: Regional geophysics and structural framework of the Vancouver Island margin accretionary prismdownload
23%112
112-685
164
164-995
167
167-1014
170
170-1041
175
175-1084
201
201-1230
202
202-1233
2010Marquardt, Mathias; Hensen, Christian et al.: A transfer function for the prediction of gas hydrate inventories in marine sedimentsdownload
23%22
122
122-759
122-760
122-761
122-762
122-763
122-764
1992Snowdon, Lloyd R.; Meyers, Philip A.: Source and maturity of organic matter in sediments and rocks from sites 759, 760, 761, and 764 (Wombat Plateau) and sites 762 and 763 (Exmouth Plateau)download
23%161
161-974
1999Boettcher, Michael E.; Bernasconi, Stefano M. et al.: Carbon, sulfur, and oxygen isotope geochemistry of interstitial waters from the western Mediterraneandownload
22%112
112-681
201
201-1229
2002D'Hondt, Steven L.; Jorgensen, Bo B. et al.: Site 1229download
22%201
201-1227
201-1228
201-1229
2008Teske, Andreas; Sorensen, Ketil B.: Uncultured Archaea in deep marine subsurface sediments; have we caught them all?download

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