Poster Programme BG3.2

BG3.2

Methane in aquatic sediments: sources, chemical interactions, fluxes, and biotopes
Convener: A. Stadnitskaia  | Co-Conveners: H. Niemann , T Feseker 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 21 Apr, 08:30–11:15  / Room 21
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 21 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Poster Area BG

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 21 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Poster Area BG
Chairperson: Alina Stadnitskaia, Helge Niemann, Tomas Feseker
BG34
EGU2009-523
Seismic characterisation of shallow gas distribution beneath marine seep sites on New Zealand’s Hikurangi Margin
G. J. Crutchley, I. A. Pecher, A. R. Gorman, S. A. Henrys, and J. Greinert

BG35
EGU2009-1676
Methane-related authigenic carbonates from the East Sea, Korea: Mineralogical and geochemical characterization
K. S. Woo, J.-K. Kim, J. J. Bahk, and S. Hyun

BG36
EGU2009-2025
Prelude to the Toarcian OAE: Late Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic) Cold Seep Carbonates
B. van de Schootbrugge, D. Harazim, K. Sorichter, J. Fiebig, F. Zanella, W. Oschmann, and Y. Rosenthal

BG37
EGU2009-3230
A predictive numerical model for potential mapping of the gas hydrate stability zone in the Gulf of Cadiz
R. Leon and L. Somoza

BG39
EGU2009-3335
Modeling Permafrost Observations in the East Siberian Arctic Shelf: Case study - Dmitry Laptev Strait.
N. Shakhova, D. Nicolsky, and I. Semiletov

BG40 EGU2009-4219
Spatial and temporal changes in methane ebullition in relation to sediment characteristics in Lake Kinneret: hydroacoustic approach (withdrawn)
I. Ostrovsky, J. Tęgowski, and F. R. Knudsen,

BG41 EGU2009-4700
Maikop Formation’s Role in Forming Hydrocarbon Fluids of the Eastern Black Sea Depression (withdrawn)
Tumanishvili G. P., Sakvarelidze E.A., Amanatashvili I.T., Meskhia V.Sh.

BG42
EGU2009-5533
Aminopentol, a possible novel biomarker tracer for methane hydrate stability in sedimentary records
L. Handley, H.M. Talbot, M.P. Cooke, and T. Wagner

BG43
EGU2009-6836
Geochemical zonation and characteristics of cold seeps along the Makran continental margin off Pakistan
D. Fischer, G. Bohrmann, M. Zabel, and S. Kasten

BG44
EGU2009-8302
Observation of alive benthos under a sharp hypoxia and high H2S concentrations inside the microbial mats (methane seeps in the shallows of Black Sea)
M. Gulin

BG45
EGU2009-8553
Hydrocarbon gases at eastern Mediterranean mud expulsion structures: origin, migration, and water column expression
V Mastalerz, G.J. De Lange, and A. Daehlmann

BG46
EGU2009-10270
Seasonal controls of methane gas solubility and transport on anaerobic oxidation of methane in shallow water marine sediments
J. Mogollón, A. Dale, I. L'Heureux, and P. Regnier

BG47
EGU2009-10991
Re-discussing the diffused brecciation in the Messinian sediments of the Mediterranean Sea as the product of a past methane seep
A. Iadanza, G. Sampalmieri, P. Cipollari, and D. Cosentino

BG48
EGU2009-11024
New Seep Sites along the West-African Passive Margin Identified from Seismo-Acoustic Data
N. Fekete, V. Spiess, C. Caparachin, F. Ding, R. Gehrmann, H. Riepshoff, A. Trampe, and J.-P. Foucher and the M76/3a Shipboard Scientists

BG49
EGU2009-11652
Biogeochemical signatures of the anaerobic oxidation of methane in a south alpine lake (Lake Lugano)
H. Niemann, C. Hitz, C. Schubert, M. Veronesi, M. Simona, and M. Lehmann

BG50 EGU2009-12381
Methane venting at the Carlos Ribeiro Mud Volcano, Gulf of Cadiz (withdrawn)
H. Vanneste, B.A. Kelly-Gerreyn, D.P. Connelly, R.A. Mills, R.H. James, and M. Haeckel

BG51
EGU2009-13377
Water and gas seepage at the Salton Sea Geothermal System (California, USA)
A. Mazzini, H. Svensen, S. Polteau, and S. Planke