Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 492
Weight: 870 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 25 mm
'If you ask yourself 'Do I need the update if I have the 1988 version of the book?' the answer is yes. While the excellent introduction to pockmarks of the North Sea is retained from the previous book, Seabed Fluid Flow gives more room to other seep structures and their global distribution, such as mud volcanoes and hydrate systems. ... this book provides an excellent overview of submarine seepage phenomena, and stimulates ongoing scientific discussions needed to understand these systems. We recommend Seabed Fluid Flow to scientists and other professionals, but certainly also to students specializing in fluid-flow related topics.' Oceanography
'A particularly novel feature, emphasising the educative value of this publication, is the 15 PowerPoint presentations on various aspects of seabed seepage ... The website makes reading the book an interactive process, and serves to emphasise that it should be a constant reference on the shelves of those working offshore - a very reasonable price for this very useful book.' Geoscientist
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