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Miller, D.L. and Roth, M.B. (2007) Hydrogen Sulfide Increases Thermotolerance and Lifespan in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104, 20618-20622.
https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0710191104

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  • TITLE: Study of the Conditions of Formation and Forecast of the Perspective Areas of Hydrogen-Sulfide Water of Surkhandarya Depression

    AUTHORS: Rakhimjan Abdurazakovich Umurzakov, Muzaffar Rakhmatovich Zhuraev, Rustam Yunusovich Yusupov

    KEYWORDS: Hydrosulfuric Water, Oil and Gas Complexes, Formation Conditions, Factor, Lithologic Facies, Geostructural, Hydrodynamics of Ground Water, Expected Map

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vol.9 No.4, April 26, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Increase in requirement of hydrosulphuric water for improvement of the population set the task of identification of places of their possible congestion for hydrogeological service. Earlier detection of such congestions was accidental at well-drilling of different function. Therefore, development of new methodical approaches of search and allocation of perspective zones of their formation was required. It was for this purpose necessary to study in what conditions and what factors have an impact on formation of underground hydrosulphuric water. So far, definition of communication attempts only with separate geochemical signs was known. Results of studying of influence on formations of hydrosulphuric water of such factors as lithologic and facial in combination with oil-and-gas content, the geological and structural and hydrodynamic mode are given in this work. It is established that the main sign for formation of hydrosulphuric water is existence of evaporite thickness and hydrocarbon congestions. Besides, it is shown that small depth (up to 2 km) of their bedding has to be an indispensable condition and existence of explosive violation on which there has to be a water infiltration (a geological and structural factor). In the Surkhandarya region, the hydrodynamic mode caused by inclined bedding of aquifers was also one of essential factors. Active water is an exchange process with washing away (oxidation) sulfate of the containing thicknesses and subsequently, its restoration in interaction with hydrocarbons with formation of hydrosulphuric water is described. The technique is developed and the expected card of perspective zones of formation of hydrosulphuric water is constructed.