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Core Research Center, cutting DZ17366, from well operated by RESERVE OILRaw Properties from download, web scrape, MapServer, and Macrostrat API{"Lib Num": "DZ17366", "API Num": "4300730048", "Operator": "RESERVE OIL", "Well Name": "1-3 BEARD-FEDERAL", "Field": null, "State": "UT", "County": "CARBON", "Thin Sec": "F", "Analysis": "F", "Latitude": "39.72247", "Longitude": "-110.1075", "coordinates_geohash": "9x19yrq0jm17", "Source": "FROM STATE RECORDS", "Min": "1100", "Max": "3090", "Security Flag": null, "crc_collection_name": "cutting", "sb_parent_id": "4f4e49d8e4b07f02db5df2d2", "intervals": [{"Formation": null, "Age": null, "Min Depth": null, "Max Depth": null}], "crcwc_url": "https://my.usgs.gov/crcwc/cutting/report/39415",...
Core Research Center, cutting CZ16797, from well operated by AMOCO PRODUCTIONRaw Properties from download, web scrape, MapServer, and Macrostrat API{"Lib Num": "CZ16797", "API Num": "4902320542", "Operator": "AMOCO PRODUCTION", "Well Name": "2 CHAMPLIN 385-AMOCO B", "Field": "WC", "State": "WY", "County": "LINCOLN", "Thin Sec": "F", "Analysis": "F", "Latitude": "41.65372", "Longitude": "-110.70973", "coordinates_geohash": "9x3kbwzds24n", "Source": "FROM STATE RECORDS", "Min": "640", "Max": "4230", "Security Flag": null, "crc_collection_name": "cutting", "sb_parent_id": "4f4e49d8e4b07f02db5df2d2", "intervals": [{"Formation": null, "Age": null, "Min Depth": null, "Max Depth": null}], "crcwc_url": "https://my.usgs.gov/crcwc/cutting/report/28788",...
Bedded trona (Na2CO=-NaHCO=.214,0) in the lacustrine Green River Formation of Eocene age in the Green River Basin, southwest Wyomin~ constitutes the largest known resource of natural sodium carbonate in the world, in this study, 116 gigatons (Gt) of trona ore are estimated to be present in 22 beds, ranging from 1.2 to 11 meters (m) in thickness. Of this total, 69 Gt of trona ore are estimated to be in beds containing less than 2 percent halite and 47 Gt in beds containing 2 or more percent halite. These 22 beds underlie areas of about 130 to more than 2,000 km: at depths ranging from about 200 m to more than 900 m below the surface. The total resource of trona ore in the basin for which drilling Information is available...
Core Research Center, cutting CZ14616, from well operated by AMOCO PRODUCTIONRaw Properties from download, web scrape, MapServer, and Macrostrat API{"Lib Num": "CZ14616", "API Num": "4904120158", "Operator": "AMOCO PRODUCTION", "Well Name": "18 RYCKMAN CREEK WI UNIT", "Field": "RYCKMAN CREEK", "State": "WY", "County": "UINTA", "Thin Sec": "F", "Analysis": "F", "Latitude": "41.45424", "Longitude": "-110.81144", "coordinates_geohash": "9x35y6t86q3t", "Source": "FROM STATE RECORDS", "Min": "6450", "Max": "11600", "Security Flag": null, "crc_collection_name": "cutting", "sb_parent_id": "4f4e49d8e4b07f02db5df2d2", "intervals": [{"Formation": null, "Age": null, "Min Depth": null, "Max Depth": null}], "crcwc_url": "https://my.usgs.gov/crcwc/cutting/report/27032",...
A newly recovered twig with attached leaves and flowers from the Eocene Green River Formation of Utah provides the basis for recognizing a new, extinct genus of Salicaceae sensu lato (s.l.). Pseudosalix handleyi gen. et sp. nov. has alternate lanceolate leaves with pinnate, semicraspedodromous venation and a serrate margin with glandular teeth. The inflorescence is terminal on the twig and is unisexual, composed of flowers organized in a paniculoid cyme, with lateral paraclades of pedicellate flowers. The attached pistillate flowers have four prominent sepals that are valvate in bud, spreading but basally fused at anthesis; the single pistil of each flower is ovoid with three or four longitudinal sutures, indicating...
A case study of Munsell color measurements from the Eocene Colton and Green River Formations in central Utah shows how easily stereoscopic triaxial scatterplots can display the limited overlap of colors within lacustrine and alluvial facies. Grays, drabbish yellow-greens, greens, and 10 YRs are associated with lacustrine limestones and other known lacustrine facies, whereas other yellow-reds and reds are predominantly associated with terrestrial deposits, including fluvial sandstones. Lake beds in Colton Formation show a greater variety of color than those in the Green River Formation, both in terms of a greater range of hues and more extreme lightness and darknesses, apparently reflecting the fact that the Green...


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