Appalachian Play Fairway Analysis Seismic Hazards Supporting Data

Abstract
This archived dataset contains magnetic and gravity imaging data for the Appalachian Basin, compiled using Poisson Wavelet Multiscale Edge Detection, referred to as 'worm' for brevity, and stored in a PostGIS database, along with shapefiles and CSVs of relevant data. The archive also includes regional earthquake data going back to 1973 and relevant world stress map data.

These data are used in estimating the seismic hazards (both natural and induced) for candidate direct use geothermal locations in the Appalachian Basin Play Fairway Analysis by Jordan et al. (2015).
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DOE Project Name: Low Temperature Geothermal Play Fairway Analysis for the Appalachian Basin
DOE Project Number: EE0006734
DOE Project Lead: Holly Thomas
DOI: 10.15121/1287542
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Jul
2016
Data from July, 2016
Submitted Jul 20, 2016

Cornell University

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geothermal, induced seismicity, gravity, magnetics, Poisson Wavelet Multiscale Edge Detection, Worms, World Stress Map, earthquakes, east coast earthquakes, shapefiles, GIS, PostGIS, sql, Appalachian Basin, New Jersey, New York, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Ontaria, Quebec, zipfile, csv, zip, xls, shapefile, tif, magnetic, imaging, Worm, earthquake data, pfa, geophysics, gravmag, eq, seismicity, meq, microearthquake, microseismicity, natural, risk assessment, hazard

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