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The 20-year history of studying the near-surface accumulations of gas hydrates in Lake Baikal revealed the same pattern of their formation and distribution in both marine environments and a freshwater body. However, Lake Baikal has its own features of the coexistence of gas hydrates with different structures and the causes of occurrence of hydrate-bearing mud volcanoes, which have been found and described nowhere in the world. Results of 20 years of searching and studying gas hydrates in Lakedoi:10.31951/2658-3518-2020-a-4-581 fatcat:acdb4nvhyjenha4oub5ih7h7fa