Journal of Geological Research / 2011 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

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

Table 1

(a) Gravity cores. (b) Autoclave core.
(a)

Core no.LatitudeLongitudeWater depth
(m)
Sediment temperatureLength
(cm)
G.H. presence
(visual identification)
Smell of H²S gas

AX46-GC135°28.603′30°15.113′126314,4°C110NoYes
AX47-GC135°28.562′30°15.123′126512,3°C167NoYes
AX48-GG135°28.729′30°15.052′12648.4–10.7°C130YesYes
AX49-GC135°28.728′30°15.060′1264No data228YesYes

(b)

Core no.LatitudeLongitudeWater depth (m)Length (cm)Pressure (bars)GH presenceGas vol. (litres)

AX49-AP135°28.728′30°15.060′1.264 0.70105 Yes 3.1

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