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Clearly, equation (8), when converted to pressure, is the closest extrapolation to the freshwater data from equation (9) adjusted to seawater. 3. Gibbs Free Energy Minimizations Several methods to estimate the P-T conditions of methane hydrate stability by searching for the state which minimizes the Gibbs Free Energy of the system have been developed. These programs are computationally intensive and require sophisticated computer programming. However, computer programs to carry-out these calculations are now readily available.
64 x 10"5 (log10P)2. (7) Pressure [MPa] This equation reveals significant curvature for even this limited temperature range (Fig. 2). When plotted in linear temperature vs pressure space, the offset between the data and equation (5) becomes more apparent (Fig. 3). Temperature [0C] Figure 3. Plot of data from Dickens and Quinby-Hunt (1994) in linear temperature and pressure space; the linear fit (—) to equation (5) and the second order polynomial fit (—) to equation (7) are also shown. 5°C), it is poorest at the ends of the line as well as at the mid-point of the data.
Whether this is sufficient to destabilize the sediments and cause seafloor collapse remains to be seen. 2. Blake Ridge Recently, Ruppel (1997) has pointed-out that when the in situ temperature gradient and the stability boundary for methane hydrate are plotted together, the geotherm and the stability boundary do not intersect at the depth of the bottomsimulating reflector (BSR) for several sites on the Blake Ridge. , 1970). The fact that it does not presents an interesting geochemical conundrum.