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Identifying the sources and sinks of CDOM/FDOM across the Mauritanian Shelf and their potential role in the decomposition of superoxide (O2- )
(Frontiers Media, 2016-08-03)
Superoxide (O−2O2-) is a short lived reactive oxygen species (ROS) formed in seawater by photochemical or biological sources, it is important in the redox cycling of trace elements and organic matter in the ocean. The ...
Fractures interpreted from acoustic formation imaging technology: Correlation to permeability
(Stanford University, 2011-01-31)
Permeable feed zones in geothermal wells are commonly identified using well profiles of temperature, pressure and fluid velocity measured at different injection rates during well completion testing and heat-up. While this ...
The nature of fracture permeability in the basement greywacke at Kawerau Geothermal Field, New Zealand
(Stanford University, 2012-01-30)
The Mesozoic basement at Kawerau Geothermal Field comprises well indurated, inter-bedded sandstones and argillites with a complex structural history. These rocks have very low matrix porosity but nonetheless host both ...
Feasibility of storing carbon dioxide on a tectonically active margin: New Zealand
(American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2015-09-13)
New Zealand's sedimentary basins was found to have available several gigatonnes of CO2 storage capacity. However, CO2 storage is currently untested in New Zealand. The country's position on an active Neogene plate boundary ...