This submission includes two modeled drawdown scenarios with new supply well locations, a total dissolved solids (TDS) concentration grid (raster dataset representing the spatial distribution of TDS), and an excel spreadsheet containing well data.
New Supply Wells Shapefile.zip
The use of supply wells will be necessary for various phases of drilling, completion, stimulation, and circulation testing at the Milford FORGE deep drill site. This is...
Groundwater geochemistry data was collected from ~20 wells across the region northeast of Milford. The major ions are Na and Cl, the principal sources of TDS. This mod...
This excel spreadsheet contains compiled water levels, and groundwater geochemistry for the FORGE study area. It also has a table with data from the Aquifer test hand d...
Potential Drawdown Scenario B Shapefile.zip
This scenario assumes homogenous aquifer conditions with transmissivity and vertical thickness equal to that of the aquifer test well. The model comprises a single supp...
Potential Drawdown Scenario A Shapefile.zip
This modelled scenario comprises two new supply wells, each pumping at 100 gpm. The maximum drawdown in is 87 feet at each well. Each contour line represents the amount...
DOE Project Name: Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy: Milford, UT DOE Project Number: EE0007080 DOE Project Lead: Lauren Boyd
DOI: 10.15121/1406581 Last Updated:
4 months ago
Data from July, 2016
Submitted Mar 22, 2016
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