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26 Fernandez, Diego P.Formulation for the static permittivity of water and steam at temperatures from 238 K to 873 K at pressures up to 1200 MPa, including derivatives and Debye- Hückel coefficientsA new formulation is presented of the static relative permittivity or dielectric constant of water and steam, including supercooled and supercritical states. The range is from 238 K to 873 K, at pressures up to 1200 MPa. The formulation is based on the ITS-90 temperature scale. It correlates a selec...Static relative permittivity; Dielectric constant1997
27 Jarrard, Richard D.Geochemical results from wireline logs in the Celebes Sea, Sites 767 and 770 of Leg 124Geochemical well logs were obtained at ODP Sites 767 and 770 in the Celebes Sea. The log data obtained at sea have been corrected for borehole size changes, the effects of drilling fluids, and logging-speed variations. The processed logs are then used to calculate the amounts of the three major ra...1991
28 Jewell, PaulGeochemical variations in an alpine lake and watershed underlain by siliciclastic bedrock, Uinta Mountains, UtahA small watershed which includes several small lakes in the Uinta Mountains of northern Utah is underlain by monolithologic Precambrian siliciclastic rock with extremely limited buffering capacity. In spite of this, s\ stematic spatial and temporal variations in alkalinity, pH, and major elements oc...1998-01-01
29 Jewell, PaulGeochemistry and paleoceanographic setting of Central Nevada bedded baritesThe bedded barite deposits of central Nevada are hosted by rocks of the Roberts Mountains allochthon and constitute the largest barite reserves in North America. Detailed geochemical studies of three barite deposits in the Devonian Slaven Chert indicate that rocks surrounding the barite have elevate...Bedded barites; Roberts Mountains allochthon; Late Devonian1991
30 Brown, Francis HaroldGeological development of the Omo-Turkana Basin during the pliocene and pleistocene epochsPliocene and Pleistocene deposits of the Omo-Turkana Basin extend from 6?N latitude to about 2?N latitude (-450 km), and laterally from about 35.5?E to 36.5?E. Sediments are brought to the basin by the Omo River which rises in Ethiopia, and by the Turkwel and Kerio Rivers which rise in Kenya and Uga...2004
31 Jewell, PaulGeology and geothermal potential North of Wells, NevadaThis report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by an agency of the United States Government. Neither the United States Government nor any agency Thereof, nor any of their employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, ...Tertiary sediments; Siltstones; Conglomerates; Lithologies; Well logs; Aquifers; Step faults1982-01-01
32 Jewell, PaulThe geology and geothermal setting of the Magic Reservoir Area, Blaine and Camas Counties, IdahoThe Magic Reservoir area straddles the Blaine- Camas county line in south-central Idaho, along the northern boundary of the central Snake River Plain. The rocks exposed at Magic Reservoir include a 5.8- million-year-old rhyolite flow, the Pliocene Square Mountain Basalt, multiple cooling units ...1982
33 Jarrard, Richard D.Geometry of Pleistocene facies on the Great Barrier Reef outer shelf and upper slope - seismic stratigraphy of sites 819, 820, and 821Seismic stratigraphic analysis of the sedimentary succession intersected in Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Sites 819, 820, and 821, on the outer shelf and upper slope seaward of the Great Barrier Reef, provides a clear indication of the importance of sediment supply and depositional base-level as two ...1993
34 Jarrard, Richard D.Geophysical properties of oceanic crust at Sites 768 and 770Velocity, density, resistivity, and neutron-porosity logs were recorded in virtually the entire 222-m-thick section of basaltic back-arc crust drilled at Site 768 and through the 106-m section of MORB crust at Site 770. Our analysis of these logs and comparison with measurements on discrete cores pe...1991
35 Chapman, David S.Geothermics and climate change: 1. Analysis of borehole temperatures with emphasis on resolving powerTemperature-depth data from six boreholes in western Utah and nine boreholes in southeastern Utah are reanalyzed for evidence of ground surface temperature (GST) histories. We invert the temperature-depth data using the functional space inverse algorithm of Shen and Beck [1991, 1992] which we prefer...Surface air temperature; Ground surface temperature; Borehole temperatures; Geothermal observations; Geothermics1998
36 Chapman, David S.Geothermics and climate change: 2. Joint analysis of borehole temperature and meteorological dataLong-period ground surface temperature variations contained in bore hole temperature-depth profiles form a complementary climate change record to high-frequency, but noisy surface air temperature (SAT) records at weather stations. We illustrate the benefits of jointly analyzing geothermal and meteo...Surface air temperature; Ground surface temperature; Borehole temperatures; Geothermal observations; Heat transfer1998
37 Chapman, David S.Global warming - just hot air?We know from weather station records that Earth's surface temperature has increased on average by 0.6 degrees C in the last 100 years. The 1990s have been the warmest decade on record. Over the same period, global sea level has increased by 10-20 cm. We know also that planet Earth has an atmosphere ...Greenhouse Effect; Climate change1998
38 Brown, Francis HaroldGombe group basalts and initiation of pliocene deposition in the Turkana depression, northern Kenya and southern EthiopiaA little before 4 Ma ago, deposition of Pliocene and Pleistocene strata described as the Omo Group began in the Turkana and Omo basins of northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia. Soon after, basaltic magma erupted as thin lava flows, and intruded as dykes into the oldest Pliocene strata of the basin. T...2004
39 Chapman, David S.; Harris, Robert N.; Allis, Richard GeorgeGravity signals at the Geysers geothermal systemThree high-precision gravity and GPS surveys have been conducted over The Geysers geothermal reservoir and surrounding area. These surveys, in September 2000, April 2001, and September 2001, provide an initial baseline for future imaging studies of spatial mass changes from the Santa Rosa Efflu...Ground water change; Gravity surveys2002
40 Chapman, David S.; Picard, M. DaneHeat flow in the Uinta Basin determined from bottom hole temperature (BHT) dataThe thermal resistance (or Bullard) method is used to judge the utility of petroleum well bottom-hole temperature data in determining surface heat flow and subsurface temperature patterns in a sedimentary basin. Thermal resistance, defined as the quotient of a depth parameter AZ and thermal con...Thermal analysis; Bottom hole temperature1984-04
41 Jarrard, Richard D.High-resolution geochemical variations at Sites 723, 728, and 731: a comparison of X-ray fluorescence and geochemical logsGeochemical logging is a routine part of the Ocean Drilling Program, yet the reliability of ODP geochemical logs has rarely been evaluated quantitatively. On ODP Leg 117, geochemical logs were obtained at Sites 723, 728, and 731. We report here an evaluation of ODP geochemical log quality based on h...1991
42 Brown, Francis HaroldHorizontal sediments of the lower Omo valley: the kibish formationThe existence of old lacustrine deposits in the Lake Rudolf Basin was first recognized by Hohnel et al. (1891 : 20f., 134) and subsequently confirmed by the work of M. Sacchi (Angelis and Millosevich, 1900) and E. Brumpt (Bourg de Bozas, 1903: 107ff.), Fuchs (1935, 1939), Champion (1937), and Aramb...1969
43 Zhdanov, Michael S.Integral electric current method in 3-D electromagnetic modeling for large conductivity contrastAbstract-We introduce a new approach to 3-D electromagnetic (EM) modeling for models with large conductivity contrast. It is based on the equations for integral current within the cells of the discretization grid, instead of the electric field or electric current themselves, which are used in the c...Electromagnetic modeling; Integral electric current method; 3-D modeling; High conductivity contrast; Integral equations2007-05
44 Zhdanov, Michael S.Integral equation method for 3D modeling of electromagnetic fields in complex structures with inhomogeneous background conductivityWe present a new formulation of the integral equation (IE) method for three-dimensional (3D) electromagnetic (EM) modeling in complex structures with inhomogeneous background conductivity (IBC). This method overcomes the standard limitation of the conventional IE method related to the use of a horiz...3-D modeling; Integral equation method; Marine controlled-source electromagnetic data; MCSEM; Gemini Prospect; Gulf of Mexico2006
45 Chapman, David S.Inversion of bottom-hole temperature data: the Pineview field, Utah-Wyoming thrust beltThe present day temperature field in a sedimentary basin is a constraint on the maturation of hydrocarbons; this temperature field may be estimated by inverting corrected bottom-hole temperature (BHT) data. Thirty-two BHTs from the Pineview oil field are corrected for drilling disturbances by a Ho...Thermal analysis; Bottom hole temperature; Inversion; Pineview Oil Field1988-05
46 Zhdanov, MichaelLarge-scale 3D inversion of marine magnetotelluric data: Case study from the Gemini prospect, Gulf of MexicoThree-dimensional magnetotelluric (MT) inversion is an emerging technique for offshore hydrocarbon exploration. We have developed a new approach to the 3D inversion of MT data, based on the integral equation method. The Tikhonov regularization and physical constraint have been used to obtain a stab...2011
47 Zhdanov, MichaelLarge-scale 3D inversion of potential field dataInversion of gravity and/or magnetic data attempts to recover the density and/or magnetic susceptibility distribution in a 3D earth model for subsequent geological interpretation. This is a challenging problem for a number of reasons. First, airborne gravity and magnetic surveys are characterized b...2011
48 Chapman, David S.; Allis, Richard GeorgeLate Neogene exhumation patterns in Taranaki Basin (New Zealand): evidence from offset porosity-depth trendsTaranaki Basin, New Zealand, is located adjacent to the Australian-Pacific Plate boundary where the tectonic regime changes from dominantly subduction-related to the north to transpression-related along the Alpine Fault to the south. During the Neogene, burial and exhumation varied extensively, in ...Neogene; Uplift; Exhumation; Taranaki Basin; New Zealand1998
49 Zhdanov, Michael S.Localized S-inversion of time-domain electromagnetic dataInterpretation of time-domain electromagnetic (TDEM) data over inhomogeneous geological structures is a challenging problem of geophysical exploration. The most widely used approach of interpreting TDEM data is based on the smooth 1-D layered resistivity inversion. We have developed an effective t...2002-01-01
50 Brown, Francis HaroldThe lower Omo basinThe boundaries of the Lower Omo Basin have been mapped by Fuchs (1939) and by Butzer (1970, 1971) in a general way. The structural features and physiography of the eastern and central part of the Lower Omo Basin are best expressed on the maps of Davidson et al. (1973). Walsh and Dodson (1969) have m...1983
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