Rare Earth Element and Trace Element Data Associated with Hydrothermal Spring Reservoir Rock, Idaho

Abstract
These data represent rock samples collected in Idaho that correspond with naturally occurring hydrothermal samples that were collected and analyzed by INL (Idaho Falls, ID). Representative samples of type rocks were selected to best represent the various regions of Idaho in which naturally occurring hydrothermal waters occur. This includes the Snake River Plain (SRP), Basin and Range type structures east of the SRP, and large scale/deep seated orogenic uplift of the Sawtooth Mountains, ID. Analysis includes ICP-OES and ICP-MS methods for Major, Trace, and REE concentrations.
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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
DOI: 10.15121/1419772
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Jun
2017
Data from June, 2017
Submitted Nov 27, 2017

University of Wyoming

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307.766.6697

Authors

Scott Quillinan
University of Wyoming
Davin Bagdonas
University of Wyoming

Keywords

geothermal, energy, Idaho, Rare earth element, REE, hydrothermal, trace, major, element concentrations, Content Model, USGIN, AASG Geothermal Data, NGDS

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