DEFINITION OF DISPLACEMENT OF GAS VIALS AT EMERGING FROM A BOTTOM TO A SEA SURFACE WITH USING OF SATTELITE INFORMATION
The work is devoted to the problem of finding hydrocarbon traps in the waters of the Black Sea. Temperature study on the sea surface anomalies associated with the gas bubbles rise from the seabed. It is shown that in the process of raising the gas bubbles from the seabed to the surface of the sea, they move under the influence of ocean currents laterally relatively long distances (hundreds of meters) that must be considered in prospecting and exploration of hydrocarbon deposits in the area. Shows the basic methods of accounting demolition of gas bubbles under the influence of currents.
Earth observation data applications: Challenges and tasks