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401 Communication and selection notes2012Staff applications, ScholarshipsNotes on Staff Council, Staff Scholarships, and Staff Council call for applications.
402 Comparative study of organic rich solids present in Utah and Athabasca oil sands1989organic rich solids; Utah oil sands; Athabasca oil sands; comparative study of oil sandsThe presence of humic matter modifies the hydrophilic character of some oil sand solids surfaces and thereby results in serious problems in bitumen recovery using water-based processes. In the present work the fraction enriched with humic matter was separated from the bulk of Utah oil sand solids, u...
403 Comparing 10 methods for solution verification and linking to model validation2005-03-25Grid convergence; V&V process; Solution Verification; Discretized continuum; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Computational analyses; Discretization; Continuum process; Finite elemental analysesGrid convergence is often assumed as a given during computational analyses involving discretization of an assumed continuum process. In practical use of finite difference and finite element analyses, perfect grid convergence is rarely achieved or assured, and this fact must be addressed to make stat...
404 Comparison of kinetic analysis of source rocks and kerogen concentrates1994-05-10Shales and kerogen concentrates from the Green River, Rundel, Ohio, Kimmeridge, and Phosphoria formations were examined by Pyromat II micropyrolysis and kinetic parameters were determined by the shift-in-Tm a x , discrete distribution, modified Friedman, and modified Coats-Redfern methods. Overall, ...
405 Comparison of laboratory and field steamfloods in tar sandIn situ recovery technologies for tar sand and heavy oil are simulated at the Western Research Institute to prepare for pilot tests and commercial operations. Wide ranges of process parameters are tested in one-dimensional reactor tubes in which the tar sand or heavy oil is uniformly reconstituted t...
406 Comparison of methods for measuring kerogen pyrolysis rates and fitting kinetic parameters1987-03-23We determine rates of product evolution during pyrolysis of several petroleum source rocks and isolated kerogens by nonisothermal techniques, including Rock Eval pyrolysis and pyrolysis-MS/MS. The resulting data are analyzed by nonlinear regression and simpler correlation techniques in terms of disc...
407 Completion for tar sand substratePatent; Hydrocarbons; Subterranean formation; Well; Liner; Bitumen; Bitumen emulsion; Hydrocarbon recovery; Tar sand; Tar sand substrateMethod and apparatus for recovering hydrocarbons from a subterranean formation in which a well completion, including a well liner, lies in a generally horizontal disposition within the hydrocarbon productive substrate. The liner encloses conductor means for delivering a stream of a hot stimulating a...
408 Composition and origin of the Uinta Basin bitumens1963-01The names of the three formations of interest, from oldest to youngest, the Wasatch, Green River, and Uinta, have been used largely as facies terms to differentiate sediments which were believed to be of different age but actually were deposited simultaneously. The Wasatch is predominantly fluviatil...
409 Compositional and kinetic analysis of oil shale pyrolysis using TGA-MS2012-04compositional analysis; kinetic analysis; oil shale pyrolysis; TGA-MS; oil shale; western United States; oil productionThere are vast resources of oil shale in the western United States. Development of technically and economically effective technologies for the conversion of oil shale to liquid fuels will help provide a long-term and secure source of transportation fuels. Developing good understanding of the decompo...
410 Computational study of the anode baking industrial furnaceTurbulent flow; Eddy dissipation model; Combustion, NOx; Zeldovich mechanismIn the aluminium industry, the Hall-Héroult process is used for smelting of aluminium using carbon electrodes such as anodes. The baking process of anodes is required for their maximum efficiency during this electrolysis process. The anode baking process contributes up to 15% costs in the aluminium...
411 Concentration of eastern oil shales by froth flotation1983Concentration of Eastern oil shale has been accomplished by size reduction and froth flotation techniques. The efficiency of kerogen recovery depends on the extent of size reduction (1iberation) as well as frother and promoter additions. Certain grinding aids sucli as sodium silicate and fuel oil ha...
412 Conference theme - October 1980 International Symposium Industrial Process Combustion Technology1980
413 Conjunctive surface and groundwater management in Utah: Implications for oil shale and oil sands development2011-12-31Unconventional fuel development; Conjunctive water use; Surface water; Groundwater; Utah; Utah water law; Oil shale; Oil sandsUnconventional fuel development will require scarce water resources. In an environment characterized by scarcity, and where most water resources are fully allocated, prospective development will require minimizing water use and seeking to use water resources in the most efficient manner. Conjunctive...
414 Constraints on the commercialization of oil shale1978oil shale; commercialization of oil shale; constraints of commercialization; economic problems; institutional problems; surface oil shale technologiesBeyond supporting reseearch, development, and demonstration projects, government energy policy is directed toward introducing new energy technologies into commercial use. Considerable policy attention has been focused on the commercialization of energy process plants that produce substitutes for imp...
415 Constructing a basin-scale geologic model2013-05-07Unconventional fuels; Green River Formation; Uinta Basin; Geologic model; Workflow; Reservoir; Basin-scale modelPresentation given at the University of Utah Unconventional Fuels Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 7, 2013.
416 Contemporary projections of Utah's population portend relatively small increases in higher education enrollments
417 Control of geological carbon sequestration in the western United States2011-05coal; carbon dioxide; electric utilities; carbon sequestration; sequestration; geological sequestration; climate changeIn the near future, the use of coal may be legally restricted due to concerns over the effects of its combustion on atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations. Carbon capture and geologic sequestration offer one method to reduce carbon emissions from coal and other hydrocarbon fuel. While the federal...
418 Control of process aid used in hot water process for extraction of bitumen from tar sand1984-07-31Tar sand; Bitumen; Tar sand feed; Free surfactant content; Slurry; Bitumen froth recovery; Bitumen; Hot water process; Bitumen extraction; Extraction circuitThe hot water process is sensitive to the nature of the tar sand feed, which varies. An alkaline process aid, usually NaOH, is normally added to the conditioning step of the process and is needed to obtain good bitumen recovery from most tar sand feeds. The invention is based on the discovery that, ...
419 Control strategies for abandoned in situ oil shale retorts1979-04In situ oil shale retorting may result in a number of environmental impacts including degradation of local surface and groundwaters, low resource recovery and subsidence. The target of present oil shale commercialization activities is the Mahogany zone in Colorado's Piceance Creek Basin. The princip...
420 Conversion of hydrocarbon gases to liquid in the fluidized bed retort1987-06-12A free radical steady-state mechanism has been developed to explain qualitative and quantitative aspects of the generation of hydrocarbon gases in the solid-recycle fluidized bed retort. The mechanism relies on what is known about butane cracking. The 1- and 2-butyl free radicals have been studied a...
421 Conversion of tar sand bitumen and heavy crude to high yields of aviation turbine fuel1989tar sand bitumen; heavy crude; aviation turbine fuel yeilds; tar sand bitumen conversion; heavy crude conversionThe production of specification quality military aviation turbine fuel from low grade domestic fossil energy resources is of interest to the United States Air Force. This paper describes a U.S. Air Force sponsored study of the conversion of tar sands bitumens and heavy crudes into high yields of spe...
422 Core sample library catalog2004-07-15Core samples; Geology
423 Core-based integrated sedimentologic, stratigraphic, and geochemical analysis of the oil shale bearing Green River Formation, Uinta Basin, Utah2011-04Utah; Green River Formation; Lake Uinta; Mahogany zone; Lake evolution; Oil shale development; Uinta BasinAn integrated detailed sedimentologic, stratigraphic, and geochemical study of Utah's Green River Formation has found that Lake Uinta evolved in three phases 1) a freshwater rising lake phase below the Mahogany zone, 2) an anoxic deep lake phase above the base of the Mahogany zone and 3) a hypersali...
424 Coring and testing wells Asphalt Ridge, Utah1957-10-21A second well was cored and some injection and production tests were made using this well and the well that already existed on Gulf's Palmer lease at Asphalt Ridge, Utah. The formation that has been tested is the Duchesne River, which is more lenticular and erratic than the Mesa Verde which contains...
425 CoursesCourses provided at the University of Utah
426 COVID-19 is a frightening factor this Halloween2020-10-23COVID-19; HalloweenPlanning for trick-or-treating during COVID-19
427 COVID-19 research operations update from the VPR2020-07-07COVID-19; researchAnnouncement on research operations during COVID-19 pandemic
428 Coyote Wash 1 Plate 52014Coyote Wash; plate 5; well log; core log; Green River formation
429 Critical issues in Utah's future: volume II1977-02
430 CRS report for Congress: Developments in oil shale2008-11-17Green River; Oil shale formation; Colorado; Utah; Wyoming; Oil; Oil shale; Diesel; Jet fuel; Department of Energy; DOE; Synthetic fuels; Petroleum; Energy Policy Act of 2005; EPAct; BLM; Oil research, development, and demonstration; RD&D; Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement; PEIS; Oil shale ...The Green River oil shale formation in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming is estimated to hold the equivalent of 1.38 trillion barrels of oil equivalent in place. The shale is generally acknowledged as a rich potential resource; however, it has not generally proved to be economically recoverable. Thus, it ...
431 Crumb rubber dispersion in tar sand bitumen1996crumb rubber dispersion; tar sand bitumen; crumb rubber; scrap rubber; bitumen co-processingThe results from preliminary experiments of scrap rubber and bitumen co-processing aimed at preparation of a polymer-modified asphaltic product are presented. For 20 and 40 wt% rubber content in rubberized asphalt, complete rubber dispersion in the bitumen was obtained.
432 Current activity in oil production from U.S. tar sands1979-06-12Oil Production; U.S. tar sands; UNITAR; Oil shale; Tar sands; Utah; Oil recovery; Heavy oil; Gas; Hydrocarbon material; Viscous crudes; Oil deposits; Texas; California; New Mexico; KentuckyIn a 1978 paper "Important for the Future" issued by UNITAR, reference was made to a quotation from a study by Resources for the Future, entitled "Energy in the American Economy: 1850-1975," by Messrs. Schurr and Netschert. The quotation is: "Relatively simple calculations of the volume of oil shale...
433 Data informed multipoint ground flare evaluation using measurement and theoryThis paper will explore the comparison of experimental (PFTIR) and simulation data obtained from assisted multipoint ground flares operating at high turndown. The flare assist is intended to encourage air entrainment for best combustion efficiency as well as reduce visible smoke. Operational envelop...
434 Decarbonizing: the future of hydrogen firingHistorically, firing hydrogen fuel was only economical in certain applications outside of the power industry. Unlike other fossil fuels, hydrogen does not naturally exist as H2 and is commonly produced in hydrogen reformers and considered an energy carrier and not an energy source. Steam-methane ref...
435 Definition and world resources of natural bitumens1990Natural bitumens, semisolid or solid mixtures of hydrocarbons and as much as 50 percent heterocyclic compounds, are composed largely of carbon and hydrogen but have substituents of nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, and trace metals, especially iron, nickel, and vanadium. Bitumens are soluble in organic solv...
436 Delineation of gas sands by seismic stratigraphy in the Pericocal area, Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt, Venezuela1987gas sands; seismic stratigraphy; Pericocal area; Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt; deliniation of gas sands; gas sand bodiesThe purpose of this study is to define the extent of gas sand bodies found in the Oficina Formation by well SDZ-79X, in the Pericocal area of the Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt. True amplitude processing was applied to 30 km (19 mi) of seismic survey lines in the vicinity of this well. The processing showed...
437 Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Salt Lake County: sub-county analysis2006-12Salt Lake County; Projections; Estimates; Aging population; Baby boom; Utah; Salt Lake Aging Services; Kennecott LandThis paper is an examination of the shifting geographic distribution of the population within Salt Lake County over time as well as an analysis of the spatial distribution of its demographic and socioeconomic characteristics. It builds on the county-level analysis included in a separate section of t...
438 Demographic patterns and characteristics of UtahThe historical emphasis on numbers rather than on the quality and make-up of the population, though scarcely justifiable, is understandable. Concentration on a single magnitude certainly simplifies the projection of a population. To illustrate, the world population is now approximately 3.5 billion. ...
439 Demographic trends affecting public education in Utah2000-11Beginning in 2004 and continuing for at least a decade, the school age population (5 to 18 year olds) in Utah will increase significantly. Throughout the 1990s, the school age population in Utah grew more slowly than did the population in general so that its share in the total population declined. T...
440 Demographic trends and high development "The Utah MX Baby Bomb"1981-04
441 Depositional environments of oil shale in the Green River Formation, Douglas Creek Arch, Colorado and Utah1985depositional environments; oil shale; Green River Formation; Douglas Creek Arch; stratigraphyDouglas Creek arch in western Colorado and eastern Utah separates the Uinta and Piceance Creek basins. During deposition of the lower part of the Eocene Green River Formation, the arch provided a physical barrier dividing ancient Lake Uinta into two segments. As the lake expanded, the arch became a ...
442 Depositional heterogeneity and fluid flow modeling of the oil shale interval of the Upper Green River Formation, Eastern Uinta Basin, Utah2008-03-12Green River Formation; Eastern Uinta Basin; Utah; Oil shale; Sedimentology; Sequence stratigraphy; Mahogany zone; Depositional heterogeneity; Fluid flow modelingDiscussion of depositional and sequence stratigraphic characterization of the upper Green River Formation based on core and well log correlation and production modeling of the richest zone (Mahogany) based on sedimentological and other information.
443 Depositional setting and preliminary oil-shale resource potential, southwestern Uinta Basin, Utah1982Oil shale; Uinta Basin; Utah; Green River; Oil yield; Lake Uinta; Mohogany zone; Kerogen; Sheep Pass; Elko Basins; Nevada; Strawberry Structure; Strawberry ReservoirThis report characterizes the potential oil-shale resources underlying those lands west of the Green River in the southwestern Uinta Basin, Utah. The principal evaluation technique has been the calculation of oil yield from oil-well sonic and density log data available in this area. Subsurface corre...
444 Description of work elements1968-08-26Previous programs have initiated and refined the development of a Utah population model to be used in projection of future requirements of both public and private facilities, goods and services.
445 Description of work elements IV: land use model1968-08-26Previous programs have initiated and refined the development of a Utah population model to be used in projection of future requirements of both public and private facilities, goods and services. The present state population forecasts are based upon the "cohort-survival" method of analysis of birth r...
446 Design Considerations for Carbon-Free CombustionDecarbonization; Hydrogen Combustion; Carbon Dioxide; Carbon-Free Combustion; CO2 Emissions; Greenhouse Gas EmissionsCombustion of a hydrocarbon produces water and carbon dioxide. As consensus continues to build around the contributions of carbon in global client change, jurisdictions, both internationally as well as domestically, are working towards limiting formation of carbon dioxide. One way to work toward eff...
447 Detailed kinetic analysis of oil shale pyrolysis TGA data2011-03-22kinetic analysis; oil shale pyrolysis; TGA data; AIChE; oil shale resourses; western United States; Green River oil shaleThere are significant resources of oil shale in the western United States, which if exploited in an environmentally responsible manner would provide secure access to transportation fuels. Understanding the kinetics of kerogen decomposition to oil is critical to designing a viable process. A dataset ...
448 Determination of oil shale potential Green River Formation, Uinta Basin northeast Utah1967-11-03
449 Determination of sulfur anions in spent oil shale leachates by ion chromatography1989-07The leaching and transport of chemical constituents from spent oil shale disposal areas is an area of environmental concern at the present time. Sulfur-containing compounds are prevalent in spent oil shales and have the potential to leach into aqueous systems surrounding disposal sites. Computer mod...
450 Determination of the major elements and trace metals present in bitumen from several tar sand deposits1985-01The results of the analyses of 14 tar sand samples for the concentration of major elements and trace metals are presented. Ten samples were obtained from the Uinta Basin of Utah, three from the southeastern part of Utah, and one from New Mexico. In general, the major element composition of the bitum...
451 The determination of the major elements and trace metals present in bitumen from several tar sand deposits1985-01trace metals in bitumen; tar sand deposits; tar sand; bitumen extractionThe results of the analyses of 14 tar sand samples for the concentration of major elements and trace metals are presented. Ten samples were obtained from the Uinta Basin of Utah, three from the southeastern part of Utah, and one from New Mexico. In general, the major element composition of the bitum...
452 The development of a bench scale metal distillation furnace (retort)1995-06-19bench scale metal distillation furnace; retort; spent reactor fuel; actinides recoveryProcesses for the recovery of actinides from spent reactor fuel being studied at Argonne National Laboratory required the design of a high-temperature vacuum furnace, the furnace has to be able to melt actinides, distill volatile metals (Zn and Mg), be operable in a nitrogen glovebox with low head r...
453 Development of an eastern shale oil residue as an asphalt additive: Subtask 2.51997-08-11eastern shale oil residue; asphalt additive; western shale oil-derived asphalt additive; oxidative age hardening; shale oil chemistryAn evaluation of eastern shale oil as an asphalt additive to reduce oxidative age hardening and moisture susceptibility is being conducted. An eastern shale oil residue having a viscosity of 1.30 Pa.s at 60° C (140°F) was blended with three different petroleum-derived asphalts that are known to be...
454 Development of an inclined liquid fluidized bed for tar sand processing1989-12An inclined liquid fluidized-bed reactor (ILFBR) system has been developed and successfully operated for 24 hours. Modifications to the previously tested ILFBR systems include incorporation of a oil fluidizing zone in the front of the fluid bed, an increase in the angle of the fluid bed to -12 (the ...
455 Development of baseline data and analysis of life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of petroleum-based fuels2008-11-26baseline data and analysis; life cycle greenhouse gas emissions; petroleum based fuels; alternative transportation fuel options; GHG emissions; reduce greenouse gass emissionsAlternative transportation fuel options are currently being explored or implemented across the nation to (1) reduce climate change impacts from the release of greenhouse gases (GHGs), (2) reduce our reliance on foreign sources of energy, and (3) provide an economically-stable transportation fuel sou...
456 Development of CFD-based simulation tools for in situ thermal processing of oil shale/sands2012-02CFD; in situ; in situ thermal processing; oil shale; oil sandsIn our research, we are taking the novel approach of developing and applying high performance computing, computational fluid dynamics (CFD)-based simulation tools to a modified in-situ process for production of oil from oil shale. The simulation tools being developed capture the relevant physical pr...
457 Development of HPC-based simulations tool for in situ thermal processing of oil shale/sandsHPC-based simulations tool; in situ thermal processing; oil shale; oil sands; commercial production of oil shale; ecoshale in-capsule processA presentation given at the Unconventional Fuels from Oil Shale and Oil Sands Project Review Meeting on March 10-11, 2011.
458 Development of the IIT Research Institute RF heating process for in situ oil shale/tar sand fuel extraction--an overview1981-04The history and current status of development of IITRI's RF process for in situ oil shale/tar sand fuel extraction is described . A brief description of the salient features of IITRI's RF process is given, together with a review of past laboratory development activities. Activities with in IITRI's ...
459 Development of Utah tar sands--a status report1977The hydrocarbon resource locked in Utah's tar sands has been estimated to be in excess of 25 billion barrels. Tar sands, known variously as oil sands, bituminous sandstone, or oil-impregnated sandstone, cannot be recovered by conventional primary or secondary petroleum recovery techniques because of...
460 Developments in low NOx incineration technologiesThe overall combustion industry continues to design and develop new low NOx and ultra-low NOx technologies across many applications. In general incineration design and requirements have lagged other technologies like process heaters and boiler burners. This is due to many factors but there is new fo...
461 Developments in upgrading of bitumen by hydropyrolysis1989hydropyrolysis; upgrading bitumen; gas processingHydropyrolysis, a short residence time, moderate temperature process, has been under development at the University of Utah for more than a decade. Hydropyrolysis has been shown to produce 90+% liquid product yields from feedstocks containing more than 50% nonvolatile materials. The process results i...
462 Diagenetic and burial history of the Lower Permian White Rim Sandstone in the Tar Sand Triangle, Paradox Basin, southeastern Utah1995Subsurface petrologic study and burial history reconstruction of the Lower Permian White Rim Sandstone in the Tar Sand triangle on the western edge of the Paradox Basin in southeastern Utah suggest that oil migrated into White Rim reservoirs after significant burial during the early Tertiary. Primar...
463 Digital library and interactive map projects at the Institute for Clean and Secure Energy, University of Utah2009-10-23ICSE; digital repositoryThe Instituteʼs repository is a not-for-profit service for researchers, and we are working to include a variety of documents, data, and maps relevant to unconventional fuels research and development.
464 Digitized log file, API Number 43013104202009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
465 Digitized log file, API Number 43013104842009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
466 Digitized log file, API Number 43013107562009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
467 Digitized log file, API Number 43013107572009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
468 Digitized log file, API Number 43013108212009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
469 Digitized log file, API Number 43013108232009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
470 Digitized log file, API Number 43013108982009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
471 Digitized log file, API Number 43013110872009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
472 Digitized log file, API Number 43013201002009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
473 Digitized log file, API Number 43013201792009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
474 Digitized log file, API Number 43013202462009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
475 Digitized log file, API Number 43013202692009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
476 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300162009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
477 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300602009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
478 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300612009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
479 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300652009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
480 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300832009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
481 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300872009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
482 Digitized log file, API Number 43013300942009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
483 Digitized log file, API Number 43013301132009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
484 Digitized log file, API Number 43013301172009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
485 Digitized log file, API Number 43013301222009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
486 Digitized log file, API Number 43013301392009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
487 Digitized log file, API Number 43013301902009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
488 Digitized log file, API Number 43013302122009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
489 Digitized log file, API Number 43013302132009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
490 Digitized log file, API Number 43013302152009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
491 Digitized log file, API Number 43013302262009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
492 Digitized log file, API Number 43013302982009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
493 Digitized log file, API Number 43013303162009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
494 Digitized log file, API Number 43013303802009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
495 Digitized log file, API Number 43013303802009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
496 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304052009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
497 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304052009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
498 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304082009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
499 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304082009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
500 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304142009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
501 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304442009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
502 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304442009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
503 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304452009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
504 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304462009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
505 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304462009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
506 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304952009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
507 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304952009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
508 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304962009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
509 Digitized log file, API Number 43013304962009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
510 Digitized log file, API Number 43013305412009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
511 Digitized log file, API Number 43013305522009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
512 Digitized log file, API Number 43013306012009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
513 Digitized log file, API Number 43013306132009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
514 Digitized log file, API Number 43013306492009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
515 Digitized log file, API Number 43013306902009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
516 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307222009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
517 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307562009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
518 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307692009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
519 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307702009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
520 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307832009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
521 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307852009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
522 Digitized log file, API Number 43013307862009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
523 Digitized log file, API Number 43013308232009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
524 Digitized log file, API Number 43013308382009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
525 Digitized log file, API Number 43013308722009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
526 Digitized log file, API Number 43013309102009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
527 Digitized log file, API Number 43013309262009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
528 Digitized log file, API Number 43013309972009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
529 Digitized log file, API Number 43013310022009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
530 Digitized log file, API Number 43013310102009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
531 Digitized log file, API Number 43013310382009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
532 Digitized log file, API Number 43013310942009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
533 Digitized log file, API Number 43013311122009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
534 Digitized log file, API Number 43013313722009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
535 Digitized log file, API Number 43013314252009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
536 Digitized log file, API Number 43013314792009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
537 Digitized log file, API Number 43013315082009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
538 Digitized log file, API Number 43013315752009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
539 Digitized log file, API Number 43013317102009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
540 Digitized log file, API Number 43013318152009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
541 Digitized log file, API Number 43013318152009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
542 Digitized log file, API Number 43013318642009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
543 Digitized log file, API Number 43013318882009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
544 Digitized log file, API Number 43013319352009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
545 Digitized log file, API Number 43013319942009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
546 Digitized log file, API Number 43013320572009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
547 Digitized log file, API Number 43013320842009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
548 Digitized log file, API Number 43013320882009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
549 Digitized log file, API Number 43013323432009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
550 Digitized log file, API Number 43013324532009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
551 Digitized log file, API Number 43013325862009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
552 Digitized log file, API Number 43013326402009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
553 Digitized log file, API Number 43013327372009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
554 Digitized log file, API Number 43013327872009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
555 Digitized log file, API Number 43013330132009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
556 Digitized log file, API Number 43013333792009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
557 Digitized log file, API Number 43013335812009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
558 Digitized log file, API Number 43013336352009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
559 Digitized log file, API Number 43019108062009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
560 Digitized log file, API Number 43019306822009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
561 Digitized log file, API Number 43047100932009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
562 Digitized log file, API Number 43047103162009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
563 Digitized log file, API Number 43047107352009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
564 Digitized log file, API Number 43047108712009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
565 Digitized log file, API Number 43047108732009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
566 Digitized log file, API Number 43047158042009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
567 Digitized log file, API Number 43047162562009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
568 Digitized log file, API Number 43047165292009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
569 Digitized log file, API Number 43047200112009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
570 Digitized log file, API Number 43047202682009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
571 Digitized log file, API Number 43047203082009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
572 Digitized log file, API Number 43047300262009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
573 Digitized log file, API Number 43047300662009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
574 Digitized log file, API Number 43047300852009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
575 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301152009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
576 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301242009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
577 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301252009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
578 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301482009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
579 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301552009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
580 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301692009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
581 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301752009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
582 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301862009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
583 Digitized log file, API Number 43047301982009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
584 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302202009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
585 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302292009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
586 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302542009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
587 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302602009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
588 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302632009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
589 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302802009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
590 Digitized log file, API Number 43047302942009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
591 Digitized log file, API Number 43047303842009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
592 Digitized log file, API Number 43047304342009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
593 Digitized log file, API Number 43047305042009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
594 Digitized log file, API Number 43047305352009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
595 Digitized log file, API Number 43047305362009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
596 Digitized log file, API Number 43047305682009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
597 Digitized log file, API Number 43047306642009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
598 Digitized log file, API Number 43047307242009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
599 Digitized log file, API Number 43047307492009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
600 Digitized log file, API Number 43047307742009This log was digitized by the Utah Geological Survey from image files (.tiff) compiled by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining
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