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Geohydrologic and water-quality characterization of a fractured-bedrock test hole in an area of Marcellus shale gas development, Bradford County, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Geological Survey Open-File Report OFMI 13-01.1

Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey
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Abstract

Open-File Miscellaneous Investigation 13–01.1 presents the results of geohydrologic investigations on a 1,664-foot-deep core hole drilled in the Bradford County part of the Gleason 7.5-minute quadrangle in north-central Pennsylvania. In the text, the authors discuss their methods of investigation, summarize physical and analytical results, and place those results in context. Four appendices include (1) a full description of the core in an Excel worksheet; (2) water-quality and core-isotope analytical results in Excel workbooks; (3) geophysical logs in LAS and PDF files, and an Excel workbook containing attitudes of bedding and fractures calculated from televiewer logs; and (4) MP4 clips from the downhole video at selected horizons.

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Publication type:
Report
Publication Subtype:
State/Local Government Series
Title:
Geohydrologic and water-quality characterization of a fractured-bedrock test hole in an area of Marcellus shale gas development, Bradford County, Pennsylvania
Series title:
Pennsylvania Geological Survey Open-File Report
Series number:
OFMI 13-01.1
Year Published:
2013
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pennsylvania Geological Survey
Publisher location:
Harrisburg, PA
Contributing office(s):
Pennsylvania Water Science Center
Description:
Report: 49 p.; Appendixes 1-4
Country:
United States
State:
Pennsylvania
County:
Bradford County
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