alexa Methane-related Carbonate Cements in Pockmarks of the North Sea

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Methane-related Carbonate Cements in Pockmarks of the North Sea

Some pockmarks on the Norwegian continental shelf contain patches of cemented sediment that can provide hardgrounds attractive to a variety of benthonic organisms. Detailed examination of a sandstone sample from a pockmark in Norwegian Block 25/7 in the North Sea has revealed the presence of Mg calcite and aragonite cements, some of the latter forming botryoids.

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