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Beaufort Margin Heat Flow Study, 2016

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In this study, we document and analyze 103 new heat flow measurements along four transects coincident with multi-channel seismic (MCS) data that extend from the U.S. Beaufort shelf edge to ~2000 meters below sea level (mbsl) . We acquired new heat flow data in the U.S. Beaufort Sea during the period September 12th-22nd, 2016, on the M/V Norseman II using Oregon State University’s multi-penetration heat flow probe (MPHF). Measurements were made along four transects starting in water depths as shallow as 200 m and extending to depths as deep as 1700 mbsl and coincident with 1977 USGS MCS data (Grantz et al., 1982; Phrampus et al., 2014).

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Last Updated March 20, 2020, 11:37 (EDT)
Created March 19, 2020, 10:26 (EDT)
Citation Hornbach, M.J., Harris, R.N., & Phrampus, B.J., "Heat Flow on the U.S. Beaufort Margin, Arctic Ocean: Implications for Ocean Warming, Methane Hydrate Stability, and Regional Tectonics." G-cubed. 2020
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Poc Email skip.pratt@netl.doe.gov
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