GHSZ

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GHSZGas Hydrate Stability Zone
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The thickness of gas hydrate stability zone was about 10 to 25 m [9, 49], and the sediment lithology in and above the zone was silt and silty clay respectively, according to the core data.
Based on the previous research methods for the thickness of gas hydrate stability zone [51-53] and combined with the analysis of conventional log data, the gas hydrate stability zone of site SH2 is determined to be at the depth of 195 to 220 mbsf [40].
Here, we define the area where there are the conditions for gas hydrates stability, and we model the effects of warmer ocean bottom temperatures and increased seafloor pressure on the gas hydrate stability zone (GHSZ) in the Arctic Ocean, as shown in Figure 1.
In this context, we define the area where there are the conditions for gas hydrate stability zone and we simulate the effects of climate changes on hydrate.