His primary areas of investigation include Clathrate hydrate, Continental margin, Geomorphology, Oceanography and Continental shelf. His study in the fields of Gas hydrate stability zone under the domain of Clathrate hydrate overlaps with other disciplines such as Petrology, Seafloor spreading, Mineralogy and Authigenic. His Continental margin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Glacial period, Sediment, Ice sheet, Inversion and Lithology.
His work deals with themes such as Paleontology and Debris flow, which intersect with Geomorphology. His studies examine the connections between Oceanography and genetics, as well as such issues in Earth science, with regards to Climate change, Cold seep and Mud volcano. Jürgen Mienert interconnects Glacier and Debris in the investigation of issues within Continental shelf.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Clathrate hydrate, Continental margin, Geomorphology and Methane. His work on Gas hydrate stability zone is typically connected to Petrology, Seafloor spreading, Mineralogy and Geochemistry as part of general Clathrate hydrate study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Petrology research includes elements of Seabed, Pockmark, Ridge, Seismology and Fluid dynamics.
His Continental margin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Continental shelf, Glacial period, Ice sheet and Debris flow. The Geomorphology study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary rock and Debris. His work in Arctic addresses issues such as Atmospheric sciences, which are connected to fields such as Atmosphere.
Oceanography, Methane, Arctic, Clathrate hydrate and Seafloor spreading are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Jürgen Mienert examines in his Methane study include Sea surface temperature, Bottom water, Mineralogy, Echo sounding and Waves and shallow water. His studies deal with areas such as Earth science, Atmospheric sciences, Water column, Seabed and Greenhouse gas as well as Arctic.
His work in the fields of Clathrate hydrate, such as Methane chimney, overlaps with other areas such as Petrology, Geochemistry, Ice sheet and Mud volcano. His research integrates issues of Natural gas, Continental shelf, Ridge and Continental margin in his study of Seafloor spreading. His studies in Submarine pipeline integrate themes in fields like Paleontology, Ridge, Geomorphology and Arctic methane release.
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Slope failure dynamics and impacts from seafloor and shallow sub-seafloor geophysical data: case studies from the COSTA project
M. Canals;G. Lastras;R. Urgeles;J.L. Casamor.
Marine Geology (2004)
The Storegga Slide: architecture, geometry and slide development
Haflidi Haflidason;Hans Petter Sejrup;Atle Nygård;Jurgen Mienert.
Marine Geology (2004)
THE NORWEGIAN–GREENLAND SEA CONTINENTAL MARGINS: MORPHOLOGY AND LATE QUATERNARY SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES AND ENVIRONMENT
Tore O. Vorren;Jan Sverre Laberg;Frank Blaume;Julian A. Dowdeswell.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1998)
Triggering mechanisms of slope instability processes and sediment failures on continental margins: a geotechnical approach
Nabil Sultan;Pierre Cochonat;M Canals;Antonio Cattaneo.
Marine Geology (2004)
Ocean warming and gas hydrate stability on the mid-Norwegian margin at the Storegga Slide
Jürgen Mienert;Maarten Vanneste;Stefan Bünz;Karin Andreassen.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2005)
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)
Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change
J.-P. Henriet;J. Mienert.
Geological Society Special Publication (1998)
High-resolution 3D-seismic data indicate focussed fluid migration pathways above polygonal fault systems of the mid-Norwegian margin
Steinar Hustoft;Jürgen Mienert;Stefan Bünz;Hervé Nouzé.
Marine Geology (2007)
Large‐scale sedimentation on the glacier‐influenced polar North Atlantic Margins: Long‐range side‐scan sonar evidence
J. A. Dowdeswell;N. H. Kenyon;A. Elverhøi;J. S. Laberg.
Geophysical Research Letters (1996)
Massive blow-out craters formed by hydrate-controlled methane expulsion from the Arctic seafloor
K. Andreassen;Alun Hubbard;M. Winsborrow;H. Patton.
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