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Sequential extraction analyses of drill core samples, Central Oklahoma aquifer
|Statement||by E.L. Mosier ... [et al.]|
|Series||Open-file report -- 91-347, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 91-347|
|Contributions||Mosier, Elwin L, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Desborough, G.A., and Driscoll, R., , Mineralogical characteristics and acid-neutralizing potential of drill core samples from eight sites considered for metal-mine related waste repositories in northern Jefferson, Powell, and Lewis and Clark Co., Montana: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File . Oklahoma experienced earthquakes of magnitude or greater last year -- up from just temblors of that size in , according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey. Before , when oil and gas drilling accelerated in Oklahoma, the state experienced .
N. Market Suite Wichita, KS Library Hours: Monday - Friday - Phone: Fax: Library Email. Sediment samples collected during drilling had high horizontal hydraulic conductivities (ranging from about to about feet per day, based on sediment-size analysis of well cuttings), small organic carbon concentrations (ranging from less than to grams per kilogram), and pH values that were mostly alkaline (ranging from to ).
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Get this from a library. Sequential extraction analyses of drill core samples, Central Oklahoma aquifer. [Elwin L Mosier; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. Sequential extraction analyses of drill core samples, Central Oklahoma Aquifer Dublin Core; Abstract.
Additional publication details. Publication type: Report: Publication Subtype: USGS Numbered Series: Title: Sequential extraction analyses of drill core samples, Central Oklahoma Aquifer: Series title: Open-File Report: Series number: Open-file reports include unpublished manuscript reports, maps, and other material and are made available for public consultation and use.
They are a nonpermanent form of publication that may be cited in other publications as sources of information. Parkhurst, D.L., Christenson, Scott, and Breit, G.N.,Ground-water-quality assessment of the Central Oklahoma Aquifer-- Geochemical and geohydrologic investigations: United States Geological Survey Open-File Reportp.
(To be published as United States Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper C.). References Cited. Allison, J.D., Brown, D.S., and Novo-Gradac, K.J.,MINTEQA2/PRODEFAA geochemical assessment model for environmental systems--Version Quality assessment of the Central Oklahoma Aquifer, Oklahoma: Results of investigations, ed.
Christenson and J. Havens, United States Geological Survey,Water-Supply Paper PDF | On Jan 1,P. McMahon published Vertical Gradients in Water Chemistry in the Central High Plains Aquifer, Southwestern Kansas and Oklahoma Panhandle, | Find, read and cite all.
Water samples from short-screen monitoring wells installed along a km transect in southwestern Kansas were analyzed for major ions, trace elements, isotopes (H, B, C, N, O, S, Sr), and dissolved gases (He, Ne, N 2, Ar, O 2, CH 4) to evaluate the geochemistry, radiocarbon ages, and paleorecharge conditions in the unconfined central High Plains aquifer.
Two predominant water types occur in the aquifer, a Ca–Mg–HCO 3 ground water with pH in the range of – in the unconfined part of the aquifer and a Na–HCO 3 water with pH in the range of – in the confined part of the aquifer.
Marine-derived Na–Cl brines exist below the aquifer. Sources, distributions, and controlling factors for mobilization of arsenic (As) in Kumamoto basin were investigated relating to the determination of redox processes of the study area.
Groundwater and sediment core samples were analyzed. Nitric acid digestion and sequential leaching experiment of sediment core samples revealed that the source of As in the groundwater is geogenic and leached. Hydrogeology and Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Central Oklahoma (Garber-Wellington) Aquifer, Oklahoma, toand Simulation of Available Water in Storage, – Chronostratigraphy for Rebecca K.
Bounds (RKB) core of Kansas (left), and Oklahoma outcrop samples (right), with stratigraphic locations of all detrital-zircon samples. Numbers of samples are keyed to metadata presented in Table 1.
Circles are eolian siltstone, stars are eolian sandstone, and diamonds are fluvial sandstone.  Core samples were obtained from the surficial aquifer by drilling beneath the E‐field near multiport R2 and beneath the wetland near multiport WM2 and frozen during storage.
Fertilizer samples were acquired from a local distributor in Januaryand from the research site in – Petrographic and geochemical analyses of 50 outcrop samples and 58 drill core samples.
Info: Hunton anticline, south-central Oklahoma. Flight line data, grids, and inversions for these surveys are intended to help understand shallow groundwater and develop groundwater resource plans for the aquifer. Sequential extraction results and. The extraction efficiency of petroleum-derived dissolved organic matter (DOM) was examined for groundwater samples from an aquifer contaminated with crude oil.
Four different types of extraction were used to determine which method is best suited for the analysis of potentially toxic petroleum-derived DOM. The four types were a liquid-liquid. Petrographic and geochemical analyses of 50 outcrop samples and 58 drill core samples.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued) PAGE Transient (Non-Equilibrium, Non-Steady) Methods Conducting An Aquifer Characteristics Test Test Design and Analysis Slug Tests Field Permeameter Test Laboratory Tests Index Tests Permeability Tests HEALTH AND SAFETY WITH RESPECT TO.
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In seeking to discover how radium is released at fracking sites, the research team combined sequential and serial extraction experiments to leach radium isotopes from shale drill core samples.
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