Gas hydrates from the Gulf of Mexico
by MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Gas hydrates from the Gulf of Mexico. Gas hydrates are an ice-like mixture of methane and water, that forms under high pressure at low temperatures. Huge amounts lie at the sea floor.
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Submitted on 8 Oct 2007
- Oceans & Seas (131)
- Atlantic Ocean (28)
- Exact location (-93.3398 W, 24.6870 N)
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