Geothermics in Basin Analysis / Edition 1

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Geothermics in Basin Analysis focuses on the study of sedimentary basins, stressing essential parts of problems in which geothermics is involved. Subject matter includes the measuring of temperature logs and capturing of industrial temperature data and their interpretation to delineate subsurface conditions and processes, the importance of porosity and pore filling for modeling thermal fields, the thermal insulation of shales, geothermal anomalies associated with mud diapirs and basin hydrodynamic regimes, temperatures related to magmatic underplating and plate tectonics.

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Preface; A. Förster, D.F. Merriam. Introduction; D.D. Blackwell. High-Resolution Temperature Logs in a Petroleum Setting: Examples and Applications; D.D. Blackwell, et al. Problems and Potential of Industrial Temperature Data from a Cratonic Basin Environment; A. Förster, D.F. Merriam. Present Heat Flow Along a Profile Across the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin: The Extent of Hydrodynamic Influence; J.A. Majorowicz, et al. Regional-Scale Geothermal and Hydrodynamic Regimes in the Alberta Basin: A Synthesis; S. Bachu. Basin-Scale Groundwater Flow and Advective Heat Flow: An Example from the Northern Great Plains; W.D. Gosnold. Thermal Insulation by Low Thermal Conductivity Shales: Implications for Basin-Scale Fluid Flow and Heat Transport; J.A. Nunn, et al. Temperature and Maturity Effects of Magmatic Underplating in the Gjallar Ridge, Norwegian Sea; W. Fjeldskaar, et al. Combining Tectonics and Temperature Fields in Taranaki Basin, New Zealand; P.A. Armstrong, D.S. Chapman. Thermal History of a Deep Well in the Michigan Basin: Implications for a Complex Burial History; W.D. Everham, J.E. Huntoon. Rising Mud Diapirs and Their Thermal Anomalies; E. Bagirov, I. Lerche. Effect of Oil and Gas Saturation on Simulation of Temperature History and Maturation; H.S. Poelchau, et al. Contributors. Index.

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