Gas in Marine Sediments Conference
Cádiz, Spain, 22-27 October 2023
TRANSPORT & ACCOMMODATION
Similar to past GIMS conferences, talks will be arranged in a series of sessions that focus on current topical issues of broad interest. Tentative sessions include
The upward path of gas: from the Subsurface to the Atmosphere through the Ocean.
• Gas Hydrates and Seafloor Methane during Past and Future Global Climate Change.
• Mud Volcanoes: Structure, Plumbing, Chemistry and Triggering-Mechanisms.
• Magma-Related Hydrocarbon Systems: Past and Present Cases.
• The Complex Interplay of Methane in Marine Sedimentary Basins and Ice in Polar Regions.
• How much Gas exists in Marine Sediment and how can this be constrained.
• The Diversity of Chemosynthetic Organisms at Gas Seeps and the potential need for Habitat Protection.
• Formation and Modification of Carbonate and other Minerals associated with Gas Seepage.
• Offshore Gas Reservoirs as a Resource, Repository or Both.
Gas Hydrate Geohazards and their Impact on Foundation Design, Pipelines and Subsea Cables.
Coral Reefs, Mounds & Hydrocarbon seeps.
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