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Hydrocarbon gases in sediments from Navarin Basin, Bering Sea
|Statement||Margaret Golan-Bac and Keith A. Kvenvolden|
|Series||Open file report -- 84-97, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-97|
|Contributions||Kvenvolden, Keith A., 1930-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Seismic and Geochemical Evidence for Shallow Gas in Sediment on Navarin Continental Margin, Bering Sea Journal: AAPG Bulletin Publisher: American Association of Petroleum Geologists. In the fourth Chinese National Arctic Research Expedition (from July to September, ), 14 surface sediment samples were collected from the Bering Sea, Chukchi Sea, and Canadian Basin to examine the spatial distributions, potential sources, as well as ecological and health risk assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).
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HYDROCARBON GASES IN SEDIMENTS FROM NAVARIN BASIN, BERING SEA- RESULTS FROM FIELD SEASON Margaret Golan-Bac and Keith A. Kvenvolden Open File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S.
Geological Survey editorial standards. Menlo Park, California Author: Margaret Golan-Bac, K.A. Kvenvolden. Get this from a library. Hydrocarbon gases in sediments from Navarin Basin, Bering Sea: results from field season. [Margaret Golan-Bac; Keith A Kvenvolden; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
Geochimica el Cosmochimica Ada Vol. 44, pp. to Pergamon Press Ltd Printed in in Great Bering Sea book Hydrocarbon gas in sediment from the shelf, slope, and basin of the Bering Sea KEITH A. KVENVOLDEN and GEORGE D. REDDEN U.S. Geological Survey, Menio Park, CAU.S.A.
(Received 5 September ; accepted in revised form 27 March ) Abstractydrocarbon gases Cited by: HYDROCARBON GASES IN SEDIMENTS FROM NAVARIN BASIN, BERING SEA-- RESULTS FROM FIELD SEASON Margaret Golan-Bac and Keith A.
Kvenvolden Open File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards. Menlo Park, California Marine sesmic studies coupled with geochemical investigations demonstrate tha hydrocarbon gases are ubiquitous in the near-surface sediment of the Navarin continental margin in the northern Bering Sea.
Three types of acoustic anomalies appear to be related to the presence of gas in the sediment. These anomalies are most prevalent in the northern half of the Navarin basin.
The distributions of hydrocarbon gases (HCGs) from C1-C5 in seafloor sediments of the South Tatar sedimentary basin (northern Sea of Japan) were obtained during five research cruises from to.
Geohistory, thermal history and hydrocarbon generation history of Navarin Basin COST No. 1 Well, Bering Sea, Alaska Article in Journal of Petroleum Geology 12(3) - December with Four major Cenozoic basins are located on the Bering Sea Shelf ().Navarin Basin is the largest and most northwestern of these basins, having formed where movement along northwest trending right-lateral oblique slip faults resulted in subsidence of major depocenters and formation of numerous anticlines ().Mobil Oil Corporation’s Alaska Exploration Group made a detailed evaluation of seventeen.
Surface sediments from the Outer Continental Shelf of Alaska were analyzed for hydrocarbons as part of an environmental survey sponsored by NOAA/BLM. Sediments were collected from the proposed oil lease areas of Beaufort Sea, southeastern Bering Sea, Norton Sound, Navarin Basin, Gulf of Alaska, Kodiak Shelf and lower Cook Inlet.
Methane, ethane, ethene, propane, and propene are common hydrocarbon gases in near-surface sediment from offshore areas in the southern Pacific Ocean near Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Tonga, New Zealand, and Antarctica.
Sea floor sites for sampling of sediment were selected on the basis of anomalies in marine seismic records, and the samples were intentionally. Surface sediments from the Outer Continental Shelf of Alaska were analyzed for hydrocarbons as part of an environmental survey sponsored by NOAA/BLM.
Sediments were collected from the proposed oil lease areas of Beaufort Sea, southeastern Bering Sea, Norton Sound, Navarin Basin, Gulf of Alaska, Kodiak Shelf and lower Cook Inlet. Data on normal and branched alkanes and di- and triterpenoids.
Gases contained within near-surface marine sediments can be derived from multiple sources: shallow microbial activity, thermal cracking of organic matter and inorganic materials, or magmatic-mantle degassing. Each origin will display a distinctive hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon composition as well as compound-specific isotope signature and thus the interpretation of origin should be.
Methane, ethane, ethene, propane, propene, isobutane and n-butane are present in low concentrations in the top 2m of sediment. Methane is most abundant and its concentration increases with depth in the sediment.
Ethane, ethene, propane and propene are present in almost all samples, but the concentrations of these gases are about two orders of magnitude-lower than the concentration of.
The first was held in November at the University of California Con ference Center, Lake Arrowhead. The title of the symposium was "Natural Gases in Marine Sediments and Their Mode of Distribution".
Twenty lectures were presented over a three-day period. Hydrocarbon gases in Navarin Basin province sediments by Timothy M. Vogel and Keith A. Kvenvolden. 80 Diatom analysis of late Quaternary sediments from the Navarin Basin province, Bering Sea by Jack G.
Baldauf. Preliminary report on benthic foraminifers from Navarin Basin Province, Bering Sea, Alaska by Paula J. Quinterno. The Coral Sea (French: Mer de Corail) is a marginal sea of the South Pacific off the northeast coast of Australia, and classified as an interim Australian Coral Sea extends 2, kilometres (1, mi) down the Australian northeast coast.
The sea was the location for the Battle of the Coral Sea, a major confrontation during World War II between the navies of the Empire of Japan.
Hydrocarbon gas in sediment from the shelf, slope, and basin of the Bering Sea. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta44 (8), DOI: /(80)X. R.H. Reitsema, F.A. Lindberg, A.J. Kaltenback. Light hydrocarbons in Gulf of Mexico water: Sources and relation to structural highs.
Hydrocarbon gases (methane, ethane, propane, isobutane, «-butane, ethene, and propene) are present in Tertiary and Quaternary shelf, upper-slope, and lower-slope deposits of the Peruvian continental margin. Methane dominates the composition of the hydrocarbon gas at all 10 sites examined during Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Leg Generation of hydrocarbons.
Migration. Oil and gas accumulation. hydrocarbon potential and kerogen type of some Triassic–Lower Cretaceous sediments from the SW Barents Sea and Svalbard, Petroleum Geoscience, /petgeo, 24, 3, LOWERMOST CRETACEOUS MARINE SOURCE ROCKS IN THE SØGNE BASIN, NORTH SEA.
The St. George basin and the southern part of the Navarin basin are narrow grabens, whereas the Anadyr and Bristol Bay basins are broad crustal downwarps.
We suspect that the formation and ini tial filling of basins of the Bering Sea shelf probably began during late Mesozoic or earliest Ter tiary time. XNTRODUCT ION Since we have conducted two geological-geophysical expeditions along the Bering Sea continental margin and shelf in the vicinity of the U.S.-~ussia Convention Line of In and we collected approximately km of 24 channel and single channel seismic-reflection data as well as lesser amounts of gravity, magnetic, bathyrnetric, and high-resolution seismic.Multiple Wells in a Basin, 2-D Dynamical Tomography.
Combined Dynamical and Thermal Tomography. Synthetic Tests of Dynamical Indicator Tomography (DIT). A Single Well Case History: Navarin Basin COST No.
1 Well, Bering Sea, Alaska. A Multi-Well Case History: Navarin Basin, Alaska. A Synthetic Case History. Navarin Basin, Alaska. Geologic.Supplementary report of the British Bering Sea Commissioners, Janu [microform] The Behring Sea question [microform] / by Z.A. Lash High-resolution seismic reflection profiles: Navarin Basin province, northern Bering Sea [microform] /.