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      Hydrogen generation from mantle source rocks in Oman

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      Earth and Planetary Science Letters
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              Hydrogen release: new indicator of fault activity.

              The hydrogen concentration in soil gas has been measured in the area around the Yamasaki Fault, one of the active faults in southwestern Japan. Degassing of a significant amount of hydrogen (up to more than 3 percent by volume) has been observed for sites along the fault zone. The hydrogen concentration in soil gas at sites away from the fault zone was about 0.5 part per million, almost the same as that found in the atmosphere. The spatial distribution of sites with high hydrogen concentrations is quite systematic. A hypothesis on the production of hydrogen by fault movements is postulated.
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                Journal
                Earth and Planetary Science Letters
                Earth and Planetary Science Letters
                Elsevier BV
                0012821X
                December 1983
                December 1983
                : 66
                :
                : 315-320
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                10.1016/0012-821X(83)90144-9
                63199056-c78d-47ea-a8c4-4b43c67810ef
                © 1983

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