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2005 CHAOS EXPEDITION ON THE HYDRATE-BEARING STRUCTURES WITHIN THE SEA OF OKHOTSK

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Title
2005 CHAOS EXPEDITION ON THE HYDRATE-BEARING STRUCTURES WITHIN THE SEA OF OKHOTSK
Other Titles
오호츠크해의 가스하이드레이트 함유구조에 대한 2005 CHAOS 탐사
Authors
L. Mazurenko
CHAOS Scientific Party
Jin, Young Keun
A. Obzhirov
A. Krylov
H. Shoji
Keywords
CHAOS; Sea of Okhotsk; gas hydrate
Issue Date
2007
Citation
L. Mazurenko, et al. 2007. 2005 CHAOS EXPEDITION ON THE HYDRATE-BEARING STRUCTURES WITHIN THE SEA OF OKHOTSK. KIT. KIT. 2007.04.01~.
Abstract
The Sea of Okhotsk is the unique area providing the highest methane production rate of the northern hemisphere. The area of focused fluid venting offshore the NE Sakhalin continental slope was investigated during the CHAOS (Hydro-Carbon Hydrate Accumulations in the Okhotsk Sea) expeditions onboard of RV \\'Akademik Lavrentyev\\' in 2003, 2005 and 2006. The International Research Project CHAOS (Russia-Korea-Japan) aimed at the study of gas hydrate formation processes associated with the fluid venting in the Sea of Okhotsk. Several new gas hydrate accumulations were discovered during the cruise. Hydrate-associated structures have been named as KOPRI, VNIIOkeangeologia, POI and KIT (the names of cruise participant institutes). Some of hydrate-bearing cores contain big amount of gas hydrates: massive gas hydrate layers (up to 35 cm thick) were recovered. The shallowest submarine gas hydrate accumulations in the world (at the depth less then 400 m) were discovered during the cruise.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/7767
Conference Name
KIT
Conference Place
KIT
Conference Date
2007.04.01~
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