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Gas Hydrates Burning
Gas Hydrates Burning
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Title: Gas Hydrates Burning


An image of gas hydrates burning. Gas hydrates are naturally-occurring “ice-like” combinations of natural gas and water that have the potential to provide an immense resource of natural gas from the world’s oceans and polar regions.


Date Taken: 2010

Photographer: J. Pinkston and L. Stern (USGS)
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Photographer Organization: USGS

Usage: This image is public domain/of free use unless otherwise stated. Please refer to the USGS Copyright section for how to credit the photo.


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File Details:
Type: JPEG image - 98.14 KB
Dimensions: 494 x 801

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Tags: Energy EnergyResourcesProgram Gas GasHydrate GasHydrates Methane NaturalGas



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