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The Bermuda Triangle of Yamal

... the temperature rise in the depth? It is known that a major oil deposit can be a source of an elevated heat flow. As a rule, the permafrost layer is thinner above such deposits. The oil deposit, so to speak, melts the overlying permafrost. As the Yamal Peninsula is rich in hydrocarbons, it is quite likely that a large petroleum body occurs beneath the crater, and its heat flow has heated the above gas hydrates. In addition, clear geomorphological and geophysical signs of faults were found in ...

Modified: 30.08.2015
Yamal Peninsula , crater , gas hydrates , geophysical methods , electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) , time-domain electromagnetics (TEM)
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