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What are the geological conditions for the formation of gas hydrates below the sea floor?


Question asked by: vempatigeo

Asked on: 28 Jul 2009

Not sure, but usually with these sorts of processes don't they require there to be heat and compression?
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Replied at: 02 Aug 2009
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