Session No. T15 Wednesday, June 27, 2001

1:20 PM-3:00 PM, Edinburgh International Conference Centre: Tinto
T15. Fluid Seeps and Shallow Migration Phenomena at Continental Margins: Impacts Spanning the Lithosphere, Biosphere, and Hydrosphere
Kathy Campbell, Lidia Lonergan and J. Casey Moore, Presiding
Start Time
1:20 PM FLUID SEEPS AND THEIR ROLE IN THE GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE: JUDD, Alan Geoffrey, School of Sciences: Geology, University of Sunderland, Benedict Building, St George's Way, Sunderland SR2 7BW United Kingdom, alan.judd@sunderland.ac.uk.
1:50 PM A NATURAL LABORATORY FOR STUDYING GAS HYDRATE FORMATION AND DECOMPOSITION: MACDONALD, Ian R., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M Univ, 727 Graham Rd, College Station, TX 77845, ian@gerg.tamu.edu.
2:20 PM APPLICATION OF PETROLEUM SEEP TECHNOLOGY IN MITIGATING THE RISK OF SOURCE-ROCK ADEQUACY AND YIELD-TIMING IN A FRONTIER BASIN: THE ROCKALL TROUGH, UK: ISAKSEN, Gary H.1, WALL, Gavin R.2, THOMSEN, Mark A.3, TAPSCOTT, Chris R.2, WILKINSON, David R.3, and MCLACHLAN, Kevin3, (1) ExxonMobil Upstream Rsch Co, P.O. Box 2189, Houston, TX 77252, ghisaks@upstream.xomcorp.com, (2) ExxonMobil Exploration Co, Houston, TX, (3) ExxonMobil Int'l Ltd, London, United Kingdom
2:40 PM GIANT FLUIDIZED AND INJECTED SANDBODIES IN THE NORTH SEA BASIN- AN INDICATOR OF SHALLOW HYDROCARBON VENTING IN PALEOCENE-EOCENE TIMES?: LONERGAN, Lidia, T H Huxley Sch Envt, Earth Sci & Engr, Imperial College, London SW7 2BP England, l.lonergan@ic.ac.uk.

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