ГАЗОГІДРАТИ, ГАЗОВІ ФАКЕЛИ І ПОКМАРКИ В ЗОНАХ РОЗВИТКУ МУЛОВОГО ВУЛКАНІЗМУ СЕРЕДЗЕМНОГО, ЧОРНОГО І КАСПІЙСЬКОГО МОРІВ

  • Ad. A. Aliyev Інститут геології і геофізики НАН Азербайджану
  • A. Y. Kabulova Інститут геології і геофізики НАН Азербайджану
  • R. R. Rahmanov Інститут геології і геофізіки НАН Азербайджану
Ключові слова: грязьові вулкани, газогідрати, газові факели, покмарки, гідратоутворювальні флюїди

Анотація

У статті на основі аналітичного огляду фактичних матеріалів в опублікованих роботах авторів та інших дослідників розглядаються особливості поширення газогідратів у зонах розвитку грязьового вулканізму Середземного, Чорного й Каспійського морів, є прямими ознаками газонасиченості осадового комплексу відкладень. Виконано порівняльний аналіз складу гідратоутворювальних флюїдів, джерел і глибин поширення газогідратів. Наведено відомості про газові факели (сипи) і покмарки. Передбачається наявність газових факелів і покмарків у водній товщі і на дні Південного Каспію.

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Опубліковано
2019-07-10
Як цитувати
Aliyev, A. A., Kabulova, A. Y., & Rahmanov, R. R. (2019). ГАЗОГІДРАТИ, ГАЗОВІ ФАКЕЛИ І ПОКМАРКИ В ЗОНАХ РОЗВИТКУ МУЛОВОГО ВУЛКАНІЗМУ СЕРЕДЗЕМНОГО, ЧОРНОГО І КАСПІЙСЬКОГО МОРІВ. Мінеральні ресурси України, (2), 25-33. https://doi.org/10.31996/mru.2019.2.25-33