Fault Information and Seismicity for the Portland Basin Deep Direct-Use Feasibility Study

Abstract

Included in this dataset is a spreadsheet with the primary fault information used in the basin model, a spreadsheet with earthquake magnitude estimates, and a figure showing location of faults and microseismicity in the Portland Basin

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DOE Project Name: Portland Deep Direct-Use Thermal Energy Storage (DDU-TES) Feasibility Study
DOE Project Number: EE0008104
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
DOI: 10.15121/1495394
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Dec
2018
Data from December, 2018
Submitted Dec 4, 2018

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Portland State University


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Publicly accessible License 

Authors

Ashley Streig
Portland State University
Ray Wells
United States Geological Survey

Keywords

geothermal, energy, DDU, deep direct-use, thermal energy storage, DDU-TES, seismicity, earthquake, fault, structural geology, magnitude, event, microseismicity, Portland, basin, Oregon, OR, model, feasibility, Oatfield Fault, East Bank Fault, Gales Creek Fault, Mount Angel Fault, Newberg Fault, Frontal Fault, Bolton Fault, Canby-Molalla Fault, Helvetia Fault, Beaverton Fault, Sherwood Fault, dip direction, dip angle, fault length

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