New insight on stratigraphic-diffusive gas hydrate system since Pleistocene in Dongsha area of northeastern South China Sea

Published: 29 November 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/mvx32shsnw.2
Contributors:
Jinan Guan,
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Description

This supporting information includes 9 datasets and 1 simulation code. Compressed file fig7-9.zip is prepared for drawing article Figure 7, 8 and 9. It includes three subfiles, evo-ds-1d5Ma-21.dat representing at the time 1.5 Ma ago, evo-ds-700ka-21.dat representing at the time 700 ka ago, and evo-ds-present-21.dat representing at the current time, respectively. File Final-MH-fig10-21.dat is used to draw article Figure 10. Compressed file fig15.zip is prepared for drawing article Figure 15.a-e. It includes five subfiles, start-1ma.dat representing the initial time 1 Ma ago, start-500ka.dat representing the initial time 500 ka ago, start-100ka.dat representing the initial time 100 ka ago, start-50ka.dat representing the initial time 50 ka ago, and start-20ka.dat representing the initial time 20 ka ago, respectively. Four Excel files: fig6.xlsx is used to draw article Figure 6, fig11and13.xlsx is used to draw article Figure 11 and 13, fig12.xlsx is used to draw article Figure 12, and fig17.xlsx is used to draw article Figure 17, respectively. File confine-w.dat is used to draw article Figure 16. File codes-ds.txt is matlab codes in this simulation.

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Steps to reproduce

We offer the simulation codes. It can run in MATLAB R2019b through setting different environment parameters. The article Figures 7-9, 15.a-e and 16 are drawn by using Tecplot software, and Figure 10 is gotten by directly operating matlab.

Institutions

Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion

Categories

Methane Hydrate Natural Resource, Methane Hydrate Mineralogy, Resource Evaluation of Hydrate

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