Temperature, Geochemistry, and Gravity Data of the Tularosa Basin

Abstract
This submission contains multiple excel spreadsheets and associated written reports. The datasets area are representative of shallow temperature, geochemistry, and other well logging observations made across WSMR (white sands missile range); located to the west of the Tularosa Basin but still within the study area. Written reports accompany some of the datasets, and they provide ample description of the methodology and results obtained from these studies. Gravity data is also included, as point data in a shapefile, along with a written report describing that particular study.
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DOE Project Name: The convergence of heat, groundwater and fracture permeability: innovative play fairway modelling applied to the Tularosa Basin, New Mexico
DOE Project Number: EE0006730
DOE Project Lead: Mike Weathers
DOI: 10.15121/1444063
Last Updated: over a year ago
Jun
2017
Data from June, 2017
Submitted Jun 16, 2017

Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah

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Greg Nash
Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah

Keywords

geothermal, energy, gravity, geochemistry, temperature, wsmr, tularosa, exploration, play fairway analysis, new mexico, well logging, geophysics, downhole, borehole, shapefile, shape file, ArcGIS, GIS, geospatial

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