Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea)

M.K. Ivanov, A.F. Limonov, J.M. Woodside

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationGas Hydrates: Relevance to World Margin Stability and Climate Change.
    EditorsJ.P. Henriet, J. Mienert
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherGeological society of London
    Pages177-193
    Publication statusPublished - 1998

    Publication series

    NameGeological Society Special Publications

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    Ivanov, M. K., Limonov, A. F., & Woodside, J. M. (1998). Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea). In J. P. Henriet, & J. Mienert (Eds.), Gas Hydrates: Relevance to World Margin Stability and Climate Change. (pp. 177-193). (Geological Society Special Publications). London: Geological society of London.
    Ivanov, M.K. ; Limonov, A.F. ; Woodside, J.M. / Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea). Gas Hydrates: Relevance to World Margin Stability and Climate Change.. editor / J.P. Henriet ; J. Mienert. London : Geological society of London, 1998. pp. 177-193 (Geological Society Special Publications).
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    Ivanov, MK, Limonov, AF & Woodside, JM 1998, Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea). in JP Henriet & J Mienert (eds), Gas Hydrates: Relevance to World Margin Stability and Climate Change.. Geological Society Special Publications, Geological society of London, London, pp. 177-193.

    Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea). / Ivanov, M.K.; Limonov, A.F.; Woodside, J.M.

    Gas Hydrates: Relevance to World Margin Stability and Climate Change.. ed. / J.P. Henriet; J. Mienert. London : Geological society of London, 1998. p. 177-193 (Geological Society Special Publications).

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    Ivanov MK, Limonov AF, Woodside JM. Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea). In Henriet JP, Mienert J, editors, Gas Hydrates: Relevance to World Margin Stability and Climate Change.. London: Geological society of London. 1998. p. 177-193. (Geological Society Special Publications).