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A surface vitrinite reflectance anomaly related to Bell Creek oilfield, Montana, U.S.A.
|Statement||by Charles E. Barker, M.C. Dalziel, and M.J. Pawlewicz.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 83-826., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-826.|
|Contributions||Dalziel, Mary C., Pawlewicz, M. J., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Volume: 77 () Issue: 4. (April) First Page: Last Page: Title: Calculation of Vitrinite Reflectance from Thermal Histories: A Comparison of Some Methods Author(s): David W. Morrow, Dale R. Issler (2) Abstract: Vitrinite reflectance values (%R o) calculated from commonly used methods are compared with respect to time invariant temperatures and constant heating rates. To test ideas related to detecting ‘vitrinite reflectance suppression,’ the USGS is using hydrous pyrolysis experiments. Immature source rock and low-rank coal samples are pyrolyzed for 72 hr at temperatures (T) of °C and reflectance measurements are performed on run products. Similar to earlier hydrous pyrolysis results on samples.
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A Surface Vitrinite Reflectance Anomaly Related to Bell Creek Oil Field, Montana, U.S.A. By Charles E. Barker 1, M. Dalziel 2, and M. Pawlewicz1 Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S.
Geological Survey editorial standards and stratigraphic nomenclature,Author: C.E. Barker, M.C. Dalziel, M.J. Pawlewicz. Get this from a library. A surface vitrinite reflectance anomaly related to Bell Creek oilfield, Montana, U.S.A. [Charles E Barker; Mary Catherine Dalziel; M J Pawlewicz; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
Johnson, R.C., and V.F. Nuccio,Surface vitrinite reflectance study of the Montana and Piceance basins and adjacent areas, eastern Utah and western Colorado -- implications for the development of Laramide basins and uplifts: U.S.
Geological Survey Bulletin DD, 38 p. At Cache Creek, laumontite is found as an alteration product in sandstones formerly buried at depths greater t ft; the calculated paleopressure at this level is 27, psi (1, bars). Vitrinite reflectance measurements within the laumontite-bearing interval indicate a thermal history equivalent to high-volatile B bituminous coal.
The measurement is given in units of reflectance, % R o, with typical values ranging from 0% R o to 3% R o, with values for gas-generating source rocks typically exceeding %.
Strictly speaking, the plant material that forms vitrinite did not occur prior to Ordovician time, although geochemists have established a scale of equivalent vitrinite. International Journal of Coal Geology, 19 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Vitrinite reflectance measurement Some technique enhancements and relationships Ward E.
Kilby Geological Survey Branch, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Superior Street, Victoria, B.C.
V8V 1X4, Canada (Received December 3, ; accepted after Cited by: In addition, there is the problem of vitrinite reflectance suppression or enhancement related to differences in H/C of isometamorphic vitrinites (Newman and Newman, ;Diessel, Diessel.
Vitrinite Reflectance Standards for use with the CoalPro II™ Vitrinite Reflectance Measurement System. CRAIC Technologies™ offers a variety of mono-crystalline prisms designed for calibration of vitrinite reflectance measurement microscope photometers, such as the CoalPro II™ system, at materials of each prism varies so that the CoalPro II™ system can be calibrated across a.
A recent addition in our reporting is a graph that superposes the Vitrinite Random Reflectance histogram on the Reflectance Profile or Fingerprint. Each individual measurement of the Romax analysis is recalculated and displayed as Random reflectance.
An example of the graph from a very Inertinite rich coal is shown above. Vitrinite reflectance is a measure of the percentage of incident light reflected from the surface of vitrinite particles in a sedimentary rock.
It is referred to as %R s are often presented as a mean R o value based on all vitrinite particles measured in an individual : Web page. The CoalPro III™ is designed to measure the reflectance of vitrinite macerals per ISO and ASTM D standard methods. Offered both in manual and automated mode, the system produces industry standard reports when used with CRAIC Vitrinite Reflectance Standards.
Test reports can also be customized to your particular requirements. Vitrinite reflectance (Ro) data for the Greater Green River Basin, southwestern Wyoming, northwestern Colorado, and northeastern Utah by Mark J. Pawlewicz and Thomas M. Finn The Greater Green River Basin is a large Laramide (Late Cretaceous through Eocene) structural and sedimentary basin that encompasses ab square miles inFile Size: 1MB.
Former Carboniferous overburden in the northern Appalachian Basin: a reconstruction based on vitrinite reflectance PAU.S.A. Abstract--Elevated vitrinite reflectance values have been observed in the Upper Devonian West Falls Group of the northern New York Appalachian Basin in New York.
Lopatin modeling suggests that the high Cited by: International Journal of Coal Geology, 16 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Tectonic influence on vitrinite reflectance M.F.
Middleton Geological Survey of Western Australia, I00 Plain Street, Perth, W.A. Australia (Received Ap ) ABSTRACT Vitrinite reflectance is a popular indicator of coal rank and index to ther- mal by: 2. Pawlewicz, M.J., and Finn, T.M.,New vitrinite reflectance data for the Wind River Basin, Wyoming: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report –, 11 p. Any use of trade, product, or firm names is for descriptive purposes only and does not implyCited by: 2. with vitrinite-reflectance data (n ≥20; whole-rock pellets) Cardott, in preparation Isoreflectance Map of the Woodford Shale in Eastern Oklahoma (Updated November ) % % % Thermal AnomalyFile Size: 6MB.
Pawlewicz, M.J., and Finn, T.M.,Vitrinite reflectance data for Cretaceous marine shales and coals in the Bighorn Basin, north-central Wyoming and south-central Montana: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report –, 11 by: 3.
The Wind River Basin is a large Laramide (Late Cretaceous through Eocene) structural and sedimentary basin that encompasses about 7, square miles in central Wyoming. The basin is bounded by the Washakie Range and Owl Creek and southern Bighorn Mountains on the north, the Casper arch on the east and northeast, and the Granite Mountains on the.
VISIBLE BIDIRECTIONAL-REFLECTANCE MEASUREMENTS FOR ROUNDED GRAINAND SURFACE HOAR SNOW. CRYSTAL MORPHOLOGIES. Brad Thomas Stanton. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree. Master of Science. Civil Engineering.
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY. Bozeman, Montana. May We used Rock-Eval pyrolysis and vitrinite reflectance to examine the petroleum source potential of rock samples from the Sheep Creek 1 well in the Susitna basin of south-central Alaska. The results show that Miocene nonmarine coal, carbonaceous shale, and mudstone are potential sources of hydrocarbons and are thermally immature with respect to the oil window.
1. Introduction. Vitrinite reflectance (VR) has generally been considered the most important method for the determination of coal rank (e.g., Mukhopadhyay,Teichmüller et al., ).However, it is well known that measured VR values are sometimes anomalous, in part due to variations in chemical composition of vitrinites of equivalent rank Teichmüller and Teichmüller,Suggate Cited by: Abstract: Comparison of Vitrinite Reflectance Models: Examples from the Late Cretaceous Mesaverde Formation, Wind River Basin, Wyoming Bonnie L.
Crysdale, C. E. Barker Reconstruction of the post-Early Cretaceous burial history of the Wind River Basin indicates almost continuous deposition in the basin trough from the Late Cretaceous to the end.The Effect of Instrument Polarization Sensitivity on Sea Surface Remote Sensing with Infrared Spectroradiometers JOSEPH A.
SHAW Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana (Manuscript received 30 Augustin ﬁnal form 12 October ) ABSTRACTCited by: