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Chemical analyses of water from the Minnelusa Formation and equivalents in the Powder River Basin and adjacent areas, northeastern Wyoming

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      • Bibliography: p. 9.Stamped on t.p.: Jan 1979.

        StatementWyoming Water Planning Program, State Engineers Office
        PublishersWyoming Water Planning Program, State Engineers Office
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        LC Classifications1979
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        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages68
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Report - Wyoming Water Planning Program ; no. 18
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Most political location boundaries are. Reference Type Report issue Title Subsurface geology and porosity distribution, Madison Limestone and underlying formations, Powder River basin, northeastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana and adjacent areas Authors Peterson, James A. Stream-gaging stations, mean annual discharge, flood frequency regions, and hydrologic areas• Various writers have suggested that oil nearest the outcrop on the flank of a basin will usually be of lower gravity than oil farther from the outcrop, because meteoric waters enter the aquifer and degrade the oil.

US Geological Survey Plain Text Peterson, James A.on sheet 104 x 148 cm. Geological Survey and State agencies in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota have indicated that these aquifers might provide significant percentage of the water requirements for coal development. Department of the Interior, U. The morphology of these sands suggests northwest-southeast-trending barchanoid sand ridges. Quality of water stations and selected chemical analyses.

Trapping Mechanisms of Minnelusa Oil Accumulations, Northeastern Powder River Basin, Wyoming

Authors: Publication Date: 1972-01-01 OSTI Identifier: 6275482 Resource Type: Journal Article Journal Name: Mt. The paleotopographic-high axes and Opeche thin axes showed remarkable coincidence. Includes location map, "Geologic formations and potential water supply" graph, graphs, and text. - - - Current server date and time: August 7, 2021 10:47:20.

Chemical analyses of water from the Minnelusa Formation and equivalents in the Powder River basin and adjacent areas, northeastern Wyoming

Download the latest version offree of charge. org is an outreach project of thea 501 c 3 not-for-profit organization. or smaller, folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm. A careful study of the distribution of oil gravities found in the eastern Bighorn basin in the Tensleep and throughout the Minnelusa producing area of the Powder River basin does not support the meteoric water theory.