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The San Rafael Swell and Henry Mountains Basin: Geologic Centerpiece of Utah

The San Rafael Swell and Henry Mountains Basin: Geologic Centerpiece of Utah
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Edited By: Thomas H. Morris and Robert Ressetar

The Sections in this CD Include: Introduction, Structure, Statigraphy and Sedimentary Geology, Geologic Resources, and Field-Trip Guide

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Published: 2013
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Location: Utah
Media Type: CD-ROM Publication

INTRODUCTION

GEOLOGY OF THE SAN RAFAEL SWELL, EAST-CENTRAL UTAH by Thomas C. Chidsey, Jr.

STRUCTURE

TECTONIC HISTORY OF FAULTS AND FRACTURES IN THE SAN RAFAEL SWELL, UTAH: IMPACTS ON SUBSURFACE FLUID FLOW by Elizabeth S. Petrie, D. Corey Barton, and James P. Evans

FAULT ARCHITECTURE, LINKAGE AND INTERNAL STRUCTURE: FIELD EXAMPLES FROM THE IRON WASH FAULT ZONE, CENTRAL UTAH by David J. Richey and James P. Evans

STRATIGRAPHY AND SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY

PALEOZOIC CORRELATIONS IN THE NORTHERN SAN RAFAEL SWELL AREA, CARBON AND EMERY COUNTIES, UTAH by Craig D. Morgan and Gerald Waanders

FACIES ANALYSIS OF THE PERMIAN WHITE RIM SANDSTONE, BLACK BOX DOLOMITE, AND BLACK DRAGON MEMBER OF THE TRIASSIC MOENKOPI FORMATION, FOR CO2 STORAGE AND SEQUESTRATION AT WOODSIDE FIELD, SAN RAFAEL SWELL, UTAH—PART I by Walter A. Harston and Thomas H. Morris

RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION AND VOLUMETRICS OF THE PERMIAN WHITE RIM SANDSTONE, BLACK BOX DOLOMITE, AND BLACK DRAGON MEMBER OF THE TRIASSIC MOENKOPI FORMATION, FOR CO2 STORAGE AND SEQUESTRATION AT WOODSIDE FIELD, SAN RAFAEL SWELL, UTAH—PART II by Walter A. Harston, Thomas H. Morris, Brad G. Bishop, and Scott M. Ritter

SEDIMENTOLOGY AND RESERVOIR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LOWER TRIASSIC (SMITHIAN) SINBAD LIMESTONE MEMBER OF THE MOENKOPI FORMATION, SAN RAFAEL SWELL, UTAH by Scott M. Ritter, Caleb R. Osborn, and Colton L. Goodrich

THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOLOGIC MODEL OF THE EOLIAN JURASSIC NAVAJO SANDSTONE IN CENTRAL UTAH FOR THE EVALUATION OF CO 2 SEQUESTRATION by Jessica Allen, Si-Yong Lee, and Sally Potter

IDENTIFICATION OF AN EXTENSIVE PALEOTOPOGRAPHIC HIGH ON THE NAVAJO SANDSTONE BY SURFACE TO SUBSURFACE CORRELATION OF THE TEMPLE CAP FORMATION AND TIME-EQUIVALENT PORTIONS OF THE PAGE SANDSTONE by Stephen P. Phillips and Thomas H. Morris

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