Scotland’s pockmarks and carbon
This projects aims to map the distribution of seabed pockmarks from MBES data in a range of offshore settings around Western Scotland. This work forms part of a wider study to investigate whether high-resolution hydro-acoustic bathymetry data can be used to reveal the location, extent and fate of carbon stored in seabed sediments around western Scotland.
- 1. Audsley, A., Bradwell, T., Howe, J. and Baxter, J., 2021. Spatial Relationships between Pockmarks and Sub-Seabed Gas in Fjordic Settings: Evidence from Loch Linnhe, West Scotland. Geosciences, 11(7), p.283. doi.org/10.3390/geosciences11070283
2. Audsley, A., Bradwell, T., Howe, J.A. and Baxter, J.M., 2019. Distribution and classification of pockmarks on the seabed around western Scotland. Journal of Maps, 15(2), pp.807-817. doi: 10.1080/17445647.2019.167632