RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES, VOL. 21, ES1003, doi:10.2205/2020ES000723, 2021

Figure 1. Map of the study areas in the Black and Baltic Seas; A) Station location and types of bottom sediments in the northeastern part of the Vistula Lagoon (Baltic Sea), surface layer 0–7 cm [Chechko, 2006]; B) The distribution of the finely dispersed fraction (% aleurite-pelite), surface layer 0–5 cm [Moiseenko et al., 2010] and the location of the stations in the Sevastopol Bay (Black Sea); Legend: 1 – boulder-gravel; 2 – sand; 3 – large aleurite; 4 – fine silt; 5 – aleurite-pelitic mud; 6 – faults [Dunaev, 2018]; 7 – borders of tectonic elements of the second order [Otmas et al., 2017]

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Citation: Ulyanova M., T. Malakhova, D. Evtushenko, Yu. Artemov, V. Egorov (2021), Comparison of methane distribution in bottom sediments of shallow lagoons of the Baltic and Black Seas, Russ. J. Earth Sci., 21, ES1003, doi:10.2205/2020ES000723.

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