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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG6.04 Methane fluxes on continental margins: ecosystems, drivers and controls (co-listed in CL)

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Niemann, H.; Lösekann, T.; de Beer, D.; Elvert, M.; Nadalig, T.; Knittel, K.; Amman, R.; Sauter, E.; Schlüter, M.; Klages, M., Foucher, J. P., and Boetius, A.
Microbial consumption of methane and methane emission at the Haakon Mosby Mud Volcano, Barents Sea

Leifer, I; Clark, J; Boles, J; Lueyndyk, B
Catastrophic Seepage and Climate Change

Shakhova, N.; Semiletov, I.
The great Arctic Siberian rivers as methane sources: linking marine and terrestrial measurements.

Shakhova, N.; Semiletov, I.; Salyuk, A.; Kosmach, D.; Bel'cheva, N.
Methane release on the Arctic East Siberian shelf

Reinhardt, F.; Mussmann, M.; Küver, J.; Krüger, M.
Diversity of Functional Genes for Sulphate Reduction at Sites with High Activity of Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane

Stadnitskaia, A.; Ivanov, M.K.; van Weering, T.C.E; Sinninghe Damsté , J.S.
Factors that regulate seepage activity, related microbial anaerobic methanotrophy and carbonate precipitation: the Sorokin Trough (NE Black Sea) vs the Gulf of Cadiz (NE Atlantic).

Lietard, C.; Pierre, C.
Sclerochronology and high resolution isotopic profiles (d18O and d13C) in bivalve shells from methane seeps

Iglesias, J; Garcia-Gil, S; Ercilla, G
Large pockmarks in the Landes Plateau (Bay of Biscay)

Wegener, G.; Niemann, H.; Elvert, M.; Boetius, A.
Which microorganisms benefit from methane oxidation in seep sediments? - Tracing carbon pathways by isotope labeling experiments.

Wegener, G.; Knittel, K.; Shovitri, M.; Niemann, H.; Hovland, M.; Boetius, A.
Active methane seepage in the North Sea: Gullfaks and Tommeliten

Teichert, B.M.A; Delisle, G.; Heuer, V. ; Lückge, A.; Schippers, A. ; Schlömer, S. ; Wiedicke-Hombach, M.
The Simeulue Seep – observations on a methane seep in the forearc of Sumatra

Gay, A.; Lopez, M.; Berndt, C.; Séranne, M.; Flemings, P.B.; Behrmann, J.H.; John, C.M.
Sea level fall and rise controlling cyclic fluid expulsion: comparison between pockmarks in the Congo Basin and mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Mexico.

Heeschen, K.U.; Haeckel, M.; Hohnberg, H.-J.; Abegg, F.; Bohrmann, G.
Pressure coring at gas hydrate-bearing sites in the eastern Black Sea off Georgia

Lin, S. ; Lim, Y. C.; Yang, T. F.; Chen, Y. G.; Liu, C. S.; Wang, Y. S.; Chung, S. H.
Authigenic carbonate formation and spatial venting phenomena on the active venting area of the passive continental margin offshore Southwestern Taiwan

Bourry, C.; Charlou, J.L.; Donval, J.P.; Chaduteau, C.; Chazallon, B.; Foucher, J.P.; Nouzé, H.
Geochemistry of pore waters and natural gas hydrates collected from the Norwegian margin - preliminary results from the Vicking cruise (2006) on Storegga slide and Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano.

LaRowe, D. E.; Dale, A. W.; Regnier, P.
A comparative study of the bioenergetic potential of intermediate compounds associated with the anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM)

Heuer, V.; Collett, T. ; Pohlman, J.; Holland, M.; Schultheiss, P.; Riedel, M.; Hinrichs, K.-U.
Abundance of gas hydrates in the northern Cascadia Margin – Results from pressure core analysis during IODP Expedition 311

Boukongo, S; Singh, S; Lucazeau, F
Estimation of gas hydrate and free gas concentration at the Nankai active margin from full waveform inversion of 3D seismic reflection data

Blinova, V; Ivanov, M; Stadnitskaia, A; Pinheiro, L
Activity and origin of hydrocarbon emission from mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Cadiz

Stadnitskaia, A.; Omoregie, E.; Boetius, A.; Sinninghe Damsté , J.S.
A novel association of methanotrophic archaea and bacteria in a cold seepage location: significance of aerobic methane utilization.

Ivanov, M; Blinova, V; Kozlova, E; Pinheiro, L; van Werring, T; Stadnitskaia, A
Natural gas hydrates from mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Cadiz

Westbrook, G.K.; Haacke, R.R.
Methane-hydrate BSRs as indicators of the rates of methane flux in continental margins.

Panieri, G.; Ramette, A.; Grünke, S.; Vigliotti , L.; Ponti, M.; Fonda, G.
Multiproxy studies of methane seep: A case study from the northern Adriatic Sea

Sommer, S. ; Gutzmann, E. ; Schnell, J.; Pfannkuche, O.
Sediments hosting gas hydrates - oases for metazoan meiofauna?

Sommer, S.; Pfannkuche, O. ; Linke, P.; Schneider v.D., J.; Reitz, A.; Hensen, C.; Haeckel, M.
In situ measurement of seabed methane emission from Captain Arutyunov mud volcano (Gulf of Cadiz)

Aquilina, A.; Knab, N.; Mills, R. ; Parkes, R.J.; Jorgensen, B.B.; Boetius, A.; Pancost, R.D.
Anaerobic oxidation of methane and its impact on metal cycling in European continental shelf settings

Kasten, S.; Pfeifer, K.
Mineral authigenesis in sediments of pockmark sites of the Northern Congo Fan

Kozlova, E; Ivanov, M; Blinova, V
The replacement of aragonite by authigenic carbonates (in the mud diapiric ridges, the Gulf of Cadiz)

Mazurenko, L.; Blinova, V.; Ivanov, M.; Beketov, E.; Logvina, E.; Stadnitskaya, A.; van Weering, T.C.E
Gas hydrate formation from low-saline mud volcano fluids in the Gulf of Cadiz

Matveeva, T.; Mazurenko, L.; Kulikova, M.; Beketov, E.; Blinova, V.; Ivanov, M.; Stadnitskaya, A.; van Weering, T.C.E
Resource potential of gas hydrate-bearing mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Cadiz

Comesaña, A.S.; de Carlos, A.; Sanjuan, A.; Iglesias, J.; Garcia-Gil, S.
Preliminary results on white mats from San Simon Bay (NW Iberian Peninsula) using DNA techniques

Petsch, S.; Formolo, M.; Martini, A.; Salacup, J.; Nusslein, K.
Hydrocarbon biodegradation in sedimentary rocks linked to atmospheric methane variations during continental deglaciation

Perez-Garcia, C; Feseker, T; Nouzé, H; Mienert, J
Seismic analysis reveals the three-dimensional geometry of the active caldera of Håkon Mosby mud volcano, Barents Sea slope

Feseker, T.; Foucher, J.-P.; Harmegnies, F.; Schlüter, M.
Long-term observation of sediment temperatures reveals high temporal variability of fluid seepage at Håkon Mosby mud volcano, Barents sea slope

Dupré, S.; Woodside, J.; Foucher, J.-P.; Mascle, J.; Buffet, G.; Klaucke, I.; Boetius, A.; Marfia, C.
MEDIFLUX surveys reveal fluid seepage through the Nile Deep Sea Fan seabed offshore Egypt

Logvina , E.; Mazurenko, L.; van Weering, T.C.E; Ivanov , M. ; Stadnitskaia, A.; Blinova, V.
The formation history of dolomite chimneys based on the δ18O and δ13C data (the Gulf of Cadiz, NE Atlantic)

Krieger, K.; Sommer, S.; Drews, M.; Pfannkuche, O.
Increased standing stocks of metazoan meiofauna in Gulf of Mexico seeps: oil or methane driven?

Charlou, J. L.; Donval, J. P.; Bourry, C.; Chaduteau, C.; Lanteri, N.; Bignon, L.; Foucher, J. P.; Nouze, H.
Gas bubbles and gas hydrates sampling from Hakon Mosby Mud Volcano – Preliminary results – VICKING cruise (2006).

Foucher, J.-P.; Nouzé, H. ; Normand, A. ; Feseker, T. ; Deschamps, A.; Simeoni, P.; Berger, L.; Le Drezen, E.; Scalabrin, C.
High resolution seafloor mapping survey of the Hakon Mosby Mud Volcano, off northern Norway: results from the Vicking expedition (June 2006)

Nouzé, H.; Foucher, J.P. ; Pierre, C. ; Fabri, M.C. ; Olu, K. ; Boetius, A.; Charlou, J.L.
Active gas chimneys on the Storegga slope. New observations from the Vicking expedition.

Dando, P; Clayton, C; Fannin, N; Schauer, J
Methane release from Pockmarks in the Witch Ground Basin, North Sea

Lichtschlag, A.; Wegener, G. ; Boetius, A.; Schlüter, M. ; DeBeer, D.
The impact of methane on biogeochemical processes at the Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano

Lichtschlag, A.; Felden, J.; Wenzhöfer, F.; Grünke, S.; Wegener, G.; Boetius, A.; Foucher , J.P. ; deBeer, D.
Biogeochemical processes associated with microbial mats of the Nile Deep Sea Fan pockmark area

Bouloubassi, I.; Pancost, R.D.; Nabais, E.; Taphanel, M.-H.
Sedimentary microbial lipids at active methane seeps in the Congo-Angola margin (SE Atlantic)

Felden, J.; Lichtschlag, A.; Wenzhöfer, F.; deBeer, D.; Foucher, J.P.; Boetius, A.
In situ and ex situ measurements in methane enriched sediments of Amon Mud Volcano (Nile Deep Sea Fan)

Wenzhoefer, F; Felden, J; Inagaki, F; Boetius, A
Investigation of biogeochemical activities at the deepest known Calyptogena habitat associated with a subduction-type cold seep in the Japan Trench

Garcia-Gil, S.; Iglesias, J.; Martinez, N.; Perez, M.
First identification of shallow gas in the Rías Altas (NW Iberian Peninsula)

Garcia-Gil, S.; Muñoz Sobrino, C.; Diez, J.B.; Iglesias, J.
Might be any shallow gas in the Ria de Vigo related to changes in the coastal environments?

Lembke-Jene, L.; Tiedemann, R.; Nuernberg, D.; Obzhirov, A.; Dullo, C.
Variable Holocene methane emissions from cold seeps in the Okhotsk Sea - links to seismo-tectonic activity?

Schubert, C.J.; Loesekann, T.; Knittel, K.; Boetius, A.
Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane in Sediments of a high Alpine Lake

Diem, T.; Wehrli, B.; Schubert, C. J.
Small-scale methane and nitrous oxide measurements across the Black Sea chemocline

Rehder, G.; Garbe Schönberg, C.-D.; Linke, P.; Niemann, H.; Schleicher, T.; Wallmann, K.
Tectonically induced fluid flow into a nearly anoxic water column: Methane cycling at Quepos Slide, Costa Rican continental margin

leifer, I; Roberts, D; Margolis, J; Luyendyk, B
Validation of a methane remote sensing approach with in situ observations of emissions from natural marine hydrocarbon seeps

Robin, P.-Y.; Wortmann, U.
A Gas ‘Slug’ Model for large ‘Worm Tubes’ in Sediments above Methane Hydrates

Joye, S.B.; Bowles, M.W.; Orcutt, B.N.; Samarkin, V.A.; Brooks, J.M.; Bernard, B.B.; Roberts, H.H.
Cold seeps from the deep continental slope, Gulf of Mexico and a comparison of microbial activity between shallow and deep water sites (withdrawn)

Perissoratis, C.; Lykousis, V.; Ioakim, Chr.
The hydrocarbons, usually methane, locked in solid forms within the Gas Hydrates present in the Eastern Mediterranean sea floor: characteristics, formation and impacts

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