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PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION OF ORGANIC MATTER
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ORGANIC MATTER
INCORPORATION OF ORGANIC MATTER INTO SEDIMENTS
REFERENCES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
THE NATURE OF BACTERIAL GASES
ENERGY AND LIVING ORGANISMS
CHARACTERISTICS OF BACTERIA
BACTERIAL DECOMPOSITION OF ORGANIC MATTER
BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES UNDERGROUND
THE NATURE OF THERMOGENIC GASES
DIAGENESIS, CATAGENESIS, AND METAGENESIS
COAL AND COAL GASES
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM GASES
THE NATURE OF GEOTHERMAL GASES
DYNAMIC GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS
MODEL OF A DYNAMIC GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM
POROSITY AND PERMEABILITY
BACTERIAL GAS FLOW AND RETENTION
COAL GAS FLOW AND RETENTION
PETROLEUM GAS FLOW AND RETENTION
GAS RETENTION IN OIL SHALES
Natural Gas Inflow to Excavations
INTRODUCTION
HAZARDOUS CONCENTRATIONS OF GAS IN THE GROUND
HAZARDOUS GAS INFLOWS AND VENTILATION
GAS INFLOW TO EXCAVATIONS
GAS FLOW FROM COAL-BEARING STRATA
GAS AND COMPRESSED AIR TUNNELING
NATURAL GAS CORROSION AND DISPOSAL ISSUES
Geologic Environments of Natural Gas
BACTERIAL GAS ENVIRONMENTS
ANCIENT BACTERIAL GAS IN UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIRS
SEDIMENTARY BASINS–GENERATORS OF THERMOGENIC GAS
COAL GAS ENVIRONMENTS
PETROLEUM GAS ENVIRONMENTS
GEOTHERMAL GAS ENVIRONMENTS
Gasoline Vapor Inflow to Excavations
HYDROCARBON COMPOUNDS
GASOLINES AND OTHER REFINED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
PROPERTIES OF GASOLINE
HAZARDOUS CONCENTRATIONS OF GASOLINE IN THE GROUND
GASOLINE INFLOW TO EXCAVATIONS
Site Investigation and Hazard Assessment for Gas
SITE INVESTIGATION FOR GAS
IDENTIFICATION OF GAS ORIGIN
MEANS OF CONTROLLING THE EXCAVATION ATMOSPHERE
CONCLUDING REMARKS
REFERENCE
Appendix B: Data Tables
Appendix C: Chemistry of Gases and Vapors
GASES IN GASEOUS PHASE
GASES IN SOLUTION IN WATER
VAPORS
COMPOSITION OF NORMAL AIR
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Hazardous Gases Underground Applications to Tunnel Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering

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