His primary areas of study are Seismology, Seafloor spreading, Landslide, Clathrate hydrate and Continental margin. In his research, Fault, Margin and Earth science is intimately related to Fluid dynamics, which falls under the overarching field of Seismology. His work in Seafloor spreading tackles topics such as Geomorphology which are related to areas like Petrology.
His studies in Clathrate hydrate integrate themes in fields like Diagenesis, Pore water pressure and Methane. The Methane study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Geochemistry and Oceanography, Ocean current, Greenhouse gas. Christian Berndt has included themes like Seabed and Subaerial in his Continental margin study.
Christian Berndt mostly deals with Seismology, Clathrate hydrate, Seafloor spreading, Petrology and Geomorphology. His work in the fields of Volcano, Volcanism and Rift overlaps with other areas such as High resolution. His Clathrate hydrate research incorporates themes from Geochemistry, Submarine pipeline, Methane and Continental margin.
His Methane study incorporates themes from Bottom water and Oceanography. His work deals with themes such as Landslide, Seabed, Bathymetry and Sediment, which intersect with Seafloor spreading. His work carried out in the field of Petrology brings together such families of science as Fluid dynamics and Tectonics.
His primary areas of study are Petrology, Clathrate hydrate, Seafloor spreading, Seismology and Submarine pipeline. His Petrology study combines topics in areas such as Fluid dynamics, Overburden and Tectonics. Christian Berndt studies Clathrate hydrate, namely Gas hydrate stability zone.
His Seafloor spreading research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bathymetry and Diagenesis. His Landslide and Geohazard study in the realm of Seismology connects with subjects such as Collapse and Failure mechanism. The various areas that Christian Berndt examines in his Bottom water study include Arctic and Continental margin.
His main research concerns Seafloor spreading, Clathrate hydrate, Petrology, Methane and Submarine pipeline. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Landslide, Cold seep, Bathymetry and Diagenesis. His research in Clathrate hydrate is mostly focused on Gas hydrate stability zone.
His research in Petrology intersects with topics in Polyphase system and Tectonics. Christian Berndt interconnects Geochemistry, Environmental engineering and Greenhouse gas in the investigation of issues within Methane. His work on Seabed expands to the thematically related Seismology.
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Escape of methane gas from the seabed along the West Spitsbergen continental margin
Graham K. Westbrook;Kate E. Thatcher;Eelco J. Rohling;Alexander M. Piotrowski.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Geological controls on the Storegga gas-hydrate system of the mid-Norwegian continental margin
Stefan Bünz;Jürgen Mienert;Christian Berndt.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Geological controls on focused fluid flow associated with seafloor seeps in the Lower Congo Basin
Michel Lopez;C. Berndt;Michel Seranne.
Marine Geology (2007)
Temporal constraints on hydrate-controlled methane seepage off Svalbard.
Christian Berndt;Tomas Feseker;Tina Treude;Sebastien Krastel.
Focused fluid flow in passive continental margins
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2005)
Seismic character of bottom simulating reflectors: examples from the mid-Norwegian margin
Christian Berndt;Stefan Bünz;Trevor Clayton;Jürgen Mienert.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2004)
Polygonal fault systems on the mid-Norwegian margin: A long term source for fluid flow
Christian Berndt;Stefan Bünz;Jürgen Mienert.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2003)
Seismic volcanostratigraphy of the Norwegian Margin: constraints on tectonomagmatic break-up processes
Christian Berndt;S. Planke;E. Alvestad;F. Tsikalas.
Journal of the Geological Society (2001)
Water column methanotrophy controlled by a rapid oceanographic switch
Lea Steinle;Lea Steinle;Carolyn C.A. Graves;Tina Treude;Tina Treude;Bénédicte Ferré.
Nature Geoscience (2015)
High‐velocity breakup‐related sills in the Vøring Basin, off Norway
Christian Berndt;O. P. Skogly;S. Planke;O. Eldholm.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
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