Aqueous Rare Earth Elements, Concentration, and Stable Isotopes in Deep Basin Brines, Wyoming


Presentation given to National Groundwater Association meeting on deep basin brines. This presentation discusses why produced waters are being observed, the importance of REE's, the study areas examined, the data collected, and the relationship between REE concentration and possible ligands.

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DOE Project Name: Assessing rare earth element concentrations in geothermal and oil and gas produced waters: A potential domestic source of strategic mineral commodities
DOE Project Number: EE0007603
DOE Project Lead: Holly Thomas
Last Updated: over a year ago
Data from April, 2017
Submitted Jun 14, 2017


University of Wyoming



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Scott Quillinan
University of Wyoming
Charles Nye
University of Wyoming
Travis McLing
Idaho National Laboratory
Ghanashyam Neupane
Idaho National Laboratory


geothermal, energy, deep basin brines, brine, isotopes, rare earth elements, REE, trace elements, basin, wind river basin, powder river basin, wyoming, concentration


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