Gas Hydrate Formation and Dissipation Histories in the Northern Margin of Canada: Beaufort-Mackenzie and the Sverdrup Basins
Simulation for the alternative model case where the ice-free periods are 8 K warmer than in the basic Mallik −14°C model and the periods with ice cover have a constant temperature of −15°C. The results of the “realistic ice” model (see Figure 14) are shown for comparison.
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