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REMOTE IDENTIFICATION OF AREAS OF SURFACE GAS AND GAS EMISSIONS IN THE ARCTIC: YAMAL PENINSULA

JOURNAL: 2016, 3(23), p. 4-15

RUBRIC: The study of the Arctic Ocean

AUTHORS: Bogoyavlensky V.I., Bogoyavlensky I.V., Sizov O.S., Nikonov R.A.

ORGANIZATIONS: Oil and Gas Research Institute of RAS, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University), Russian Space Systems

UDC: 502:631.4(98), 550.834(26)

Keywords: gas blowout (emission), gas shows, degassing,, remote sensing, satellite images, crater, Yamal peninsula

Bibliographic description: Bogoyavlensky V.I., Bogoyavlensky I.V., Sizov O.S., Nikonov R.A. Remote identification of areas of surface gas and gas emissions in the Arctic: Yamal Peninsula. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2016, no. 3(23), pp. 4-15. DOI: . (In Russian).


ANNOTATION:

It is shown that the thermokarst lakes in the Northern Siberia are an active source of methane emissions to the atmosphere. The criteria to identify gas shows and gas emissions in the Arctic by example of Yamal lakes according to data of remote space sensing are developed. Search of surface gas should be based on a number of identified remote features which include: abnormal blue color of water, the craters at the bottom and gas seepage in water, the traces of gas clusters in seasonal ice cover, as well as an active coastal erosion and processes of permafrost heave near shore line. Identified features can be used for detailed mapping of gas in the high latitudes to a high degree of reliability.


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