Pore-water concentration of chloride in sediment cores and equilibrium temperatures and gas bubble analysis at ROV stations from the Vodyanitskii mud volcano, supplement to: Sahling, Heiko; Bohrmann, Gerhard; Artemov, Yuriy G; Bahr, André; Brüning, Markus; Klapp, Stephan A; Klaucke, Ingo; Kozlova, Elena; Nikolovska, Aneta; Pape, Thomas; Reitz, Anja; Wallmann, Klaus (2009): Vodyanitskii mud volcano, Sorokin Trough, Black Sea: Geological characterization and quantification of gas bubble streams. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 26(9), 1799-1811

Heiko Sahling, Gerhard Bohrmann, Yuriy G Artemov, André Bahr, Markus Brüning, Stephan A Klapp, Ingo Klaucke, Elena Kozlova, Aneta Nikolovska, Thomas Pape, Anja Reitz & Klaus Wallmann
Vodyanitskii mud volcano is located at a depth of about 2070 m in the Sorokin Trough, Black sea. It is a 500-m wide and 20-m high cone surrounded by a depression, which is typical of many mud volcanoes in the Black Sea. 75 kHz sidescan sonar show different generations of mud flows that include mud breccia, authigenic carbonates, and gas hydrates that were sampled by gravity coring. The fluids that flow through or erupt with...
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