Mud Volcanoes, Geodynamics and Seismicity: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Mud Volcanism, Geodynamics and Seismicity, Baku, Azerbaijan, from 20 to 22 May 2003

Mud Volcanoes, Geodynamics and Seismicity: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Mud Volcanism, Geodynamics and Seismicity, Baku, Azerbaijan, from 20 to 22 May 2003

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ISBN-13: 9781402032035
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 04/29/2005
Series: Nato Science Series: IV: , #51
Edition description: 2005
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.36(d)

Table of Contents

Contributing Authors. Preface. 1: Mud volcanic geology. New seismic neogene clay diapirs and hydrocarbon implications in the North-eastern African margin of Tunisia; M. Bedir. Seismic signature of gas hydrate and mud volcanoes of the South African continental margin; Z. Ben-Avraham, et al. Global distribution of mud volcanoes and their significance in petroleum exploration as a source of Methane in the atmosphere and hydrosphere and as a geohazard; A.V. Milkov. Styles and productivity of mud diapirism along the Middle American margin. Part I: Margin evolution, segmentation, dewatering and mud diapirism; T. Moerz, et al. Styles and productivity of mud diapirism along the Middle American margin. Part II: Mound Culebra and Mounds 11 and 12; T. Moerz, et al. 2: Geodynamic implications of mud volcanism. Mud volcanoes and seismicity in Romania; C. Baciu and G. Etiope. Mud volcanism, geodynamics and seismicity of Azerbaijan and the Caspian Sea region; B.M. Panahi. 3: Seismic hazard and mud volcanism. Volcanic mud manifestations in the maximum shaking areas of strong earthquakes; E.A. Rogozhin. The areas of mud volcanism in the South Caspian and Black Sea: seismicity and new technology for seismic risk estimation; L.E. Levin, et al. Recent seismic activity in Albania and its features; S. Kociu. Assessment of seismic hazard in areas of mud volcano location on the basis of geophysical data; T.A. Ismailzadeh and M.I. Isayeva. 4: Greenhouse effects of mud volcanism. Methane emission from mud volcanoes: towards a global estimate; G. Etiope. Gas emissions from mud volcanoes: significance to global climate change; A. Judd. 5: Monitoring techniques of mud volcanism. Mud volcanoes of Pakistan - an overview: a report on three centuries of historic and recent investigations in Pakistan; G. Delisle. Monitoring of deformation processes by means of electric field observation; I.A. Garagash, et al. Mud volcano: methods, apparatus-fundamental and applied aspects of research; O.B. Khavroshkin, et al. Mud Volcano monitoring and seismic events; G. Martinelli and A. Dadomo. INSAR analysis of the Absheron Peninsula and nearby areas, Azerbajian; R.J. Mellors, et al. 6: Geochemical features of mud volcanoes. Geochemical model of mud Volcanoes from reviewed worldwide data; G. Martinelli and A. Dadomo. Biosensor control of acute total toxicity of water and soil polluted by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; N.F. Starodub. Fluid Geochemistry of mud Volcanoes in Taiwan; G.H. Yeh, et al. 7: Physical models of mud volcanoes. Mud Volcanoes as natural strainmeters: a working hypothesis; D. Albarello. Mud Volcano model resulting from geophysical and geochemical research; A.A. Feyzullayev, et al. Physical properties of muds extruded from mud Volcanoes: implications for episodicity of eruptions and relationship to seismicity; A.J. Kopf, et al.Acknowledgments. Subject index.

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