Journal of Geological Research / 2011 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Thessaloniki Mud Volcano, the Shallowest Gas Hydrate-Bearing Mud Volcano in the Anaximander Mountains, Eastern Mediterranean

Figure 2

Swath bathymetry map of Thessaloniki MV and location of the collected cores (black dots). Upper left, greater swath map with the volcano at the center, lower right, ORETech side scan image from ANAXIPROBE cruise on top of SEABEAM backscatter intensity map. Gravity cores AX46-GC1, AX47-GC1, and autoclave core AX49-AP1 were retrieved from the northern peak, nearly at the same location. Gravity cores AX-48 and AX-49 were retrieved from the southern peak (from [17] supplemented with back scatter data and location of APCA core).

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