SPECIAL ISSUE ARTICLES
Occurrence of high-saturation gas hydrate in a fault-compartmentalized anticline and the importance of seal, Green Canyon, abyssal northern Gulf of Mexico
Methane migration mechanisms for the Green Canyon Block 955 gas hydrate reservoir, northern Gulf of Mexico
Comprehensive pressure core analysis for hydrate-bearing sediments from Gulf of Mexico Green Canyon Block 955, including assessments of geomechanical viscous behavior and nuclear magnetic...
ON COVER – Engineering scientist Josh O'Connell (left) and graduate student Addison Savage (right) of The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences record computerized tomographic image of pressure cores housed at The University of Texas Pressure Core Center. The experimental facility is used to house and analyze pressure cores recovered during coring of a turbidite hydrate reservoir in Green Canyon Block 955 (GC 955) in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico in 2017. This second dedicated volume arrives 5 years after the UT-GOM2-1 Expedition and describes geophysical interpretation, modeling, and laboratory analysis using pressure cores and gas samples from GC955. Photograph by The University of Texas Institute for Geophysics.
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