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Structure of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas, interpreted from gravity data
J. R. Mraz
1980 by Bureau of Economic Geology, the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.R. Mraz and G.R. Keller.|
|Series||Geological circular ;, 80-13, Geological circular (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ;, 80-13.|
|Contributions||Keller, G. Randy 1946-|
|LC Classifications||TN24.T4 T38 no. 80-13, QE601 T38 no. 80-13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||81621421|
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To obtain a better understanding of the structure and tectonism of the region, an integrated geophysical-geological study of the Presidio area, Texas, was undertaken using gravity measurements and deep drilling data.
New gravity data were combined with existing data to construct simple Bouguer. Structure of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas, interpreted from gravity data. Austin, Tex.: Bureau of Economic Geology, the University of Texas at Austin, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J R Mraz; G Randy Keller.
GCD. Structure of the Presidio Bolson Area, Texas, Interpreted from Gravity Data, by J. Mraz and G. Keller.
20 p., 5 figs., 1 plate, Price: $ The integrated geophysical geology of the Presidio area, Texas, using gravity measurements and deep drilling data was examined. New gravity data were combined with existing data to construct simple Bouguer anomaly maps of the Presidio area, and two dimensional computer modeling of gravity profiles was used to derive earth models.
These data outline the major geologic features of the area that are dominated by the effects of Tertiary block faulting Cited by: 2. Area Hotels; Sign up for Bureau Announcements; Stoneburner Family Rock Garden; Research.
Energy. Energy Research; Unconventional Resource Recovery; Permian Basin Studies; Texas Oil and Gas; Structural Geology; Stratigraphy and Sedimentation; Reservoir Characterization; Energy and Environment; Reservoir Quality interpreted from gravity data book Petrography; Geophysics.
Technical Report: Structure of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas, interpreted from gravity data. Technical Report: Gravity and subsurface investigation of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas Title: Gravity and subsurface investigation of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas Full Record.
This paper expands significantly on the major-ion geochemical characterization, evolution, and differentiation of groundwater in the Presidio-Redford Bolson (PRB) Aquifer of Texas as presented in.
Structure of the Presidio Bolson Area, Texas, Interpreted from Gravity Data: The Mississippian and Pennsylvanian (Carboniferous) Systems in the United States: Texas: Geology and Geohydrology of the Palo Duro Basin, Texas Panhandle-- A Report on the Progress of Nuclear Waste Isolation Feasibility Studies: The complete-Bouguer gravity anomaly grid was generated from o gravity station measurements in and adjacent to the state of Texas.
These data were extracted from the gravity database maintained by the National Geophysical Data Center (from Department of Defense unclassified data) (Hittleman and others, ) and augmented with data.
A gravity and subsurface investigation of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas. UTEP. Structure of Porvenir Area, Presidio County, Trans-Pecos Texas. An interpretation of shuttle multispectral infrared radiometer data for a Texas of Trans-Pecos Texas. SRSU.
Geologic units in Presidio county, Texas. Alluvium (Holocene) at covers 6 % of this area. Quaternary-Tertiary bolson deposits.
Alluvial fan deposits (Pleistocene and Holocene) at surface, covers 6 % of Albian Series) at surface, covers % of this area. Presidio Formation. Black Gap area volcanic rocks (Miocene) at surface, covers. Abstract: Geology of Presidio Area, Presidio County, Texas. By John W. Dietrich. University of Texas, Ph.D.
thesis, p., 18 sections 28 diagrams. June The first detailed geologic map of the Presidio Area shows the distribution of stratigraphic units with ages ranging from Permian to Recent and total thickness greater than 8, feet. The highest temperature waters are restricted to two areas: (1) Hueco Tanks, which has measured temperatures in shallow wells as high as 71°C,' and (2) Presidio Bolson, which has temperatures as high as 90'C at Ojo Caliente in Chihuahua and from 70' to 80°C in the Gulf Wells in Presidio County, Texas.'.
Plot of sodium vs. chloride showing excess sodium in the Presidio-Redford Bolson samples and excess chloride in the Rio Grande Alluvium. A.H. Chowdhu ry et al. GROUND WA no. 3: 42 6– MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX.
Phone: () Permian rocks undifferentiated (Late Permian to Early Permian) at surface, covers area. TEXAS- Red to dark reddish-brown shale, sandstone, and siltstone. Gypsum occurs in all rock units as a cementing agent, as tiny flakes, as thin irregular veinlets, and as discontinuous beds ranging from less than an inch to more than 30 feet.
Boykov, Nikolay,Two-dimensional gravity modeling of the Rattlesnake Spring watershed, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico ((Doser) Canalda, Sabrina,Magnitude of right-lateral offset on the southern Death Valley fault zone from Miocene volcanic assemblages (Pavlis).
Interpretation of these data suggest a km-thick crust for the Basin and Range in east-central Arizona and a km-thick crust for the Transition Zone in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. regional gravity-data coverage, and the second survey () focused primarily on gravity changes across specific faults.
The second gravity survey () also investigated the application of near-real-time collection, processing, analyzing, and interpretation of gravity data.
A gravity and subsurface investigation of the Presidio Bolson area, Texas, Joseph Robert Mraz. PDF. A gravity and tectonic study of the southwestern portion of the Ouachita system, Karl Jay Smith.
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demographic and socio-economic data reflect the latest available data (e.g., Census data). As described in Chapter 1, the Area of Influence on the U.S. side is made up of the following border counties: El Paso, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, and Presidio in Texas and Doña Ana in New Mexico (see Figure ).
The U.S. Area of Influence is bordered by. Avila et al. () modeled gravity data along a northwest-southeast–trending profile located ∼5 km south of profile B-B′.
Faults VII, VIII, IX, X, and XVI are faults previously mapped by Collins and Raney (). The profile cuts across faults 9, 10, 14, which are based on our interpretation of gravity.
The northeast and southeast parts of the El Paso area are underlain by Hueco bolson deposits as much as 9, feet thick.
The deposits consist of lenses of gravel, sand, silt, and clay. In the Rio Grande Valley, about to feet of these deposits have been eroded and replaced with as much as feet of alluvium. Ground water in the shallow alluvial aquifer in the Rio Grande Valley and in. The Ouachita System in northern Mexico.
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A Sample of Archaeological sampling, Part I: The killer chance: Chartkoff, Joseph L. 23, p. Geological Society America Bulletin 3. Cebull, S.E. and G. Keller,Reply to the discussion on "Plate Tectonics and the Ouachita. A gravity map is made using numerous gravity measurements across the area of interest.
Gravity sur-veying by aircraft is still a new science, so most grav-ity measurements are made on the ground at discrete stations. Because access is often a problem, gravity.
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7, No. 3, March ). by Russell, Ernest E.; Ervin G. Olvos; Michael C. Seal. and a great. Henry, C. D.,Geologic Setting and Geochemistry of Thermal Water and Geothermal Assessment, Trans-Pecos Texas, with Tectonic Map of the Rio Grande Area, Trans-Pecos Texas and Adjacent Mexico: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology.
The gravity data suggest the deepest part of the northern Hueco Bolson north of 31°54′N is offset 5–6 km to the east of the deepest parts of the bolson located to the south, but sparse data available for the northernmost bolson did not allow modeling of this feature.
Inwe were granted access to this portion of the study area to. New standards for reducing gravity data: The North American gravity database Using geophysical techniques to trace active faults in the urbanized northern Hueco Bolson, West Texas, USA, and northern Chihuahua, Mexico reducing exploration risk in the mountain pine beetle-affected area.
Trans-Pecos Texas is an area of low-magnitude extension (≤10%) at the eastern margin of the Basin and Range province. South of Presidio bolson, the small (25 × 20 km), north-northwest. Data fusion is used to merge remote sensing data of different spatial and/or spectral resolutions to create a higher spatial and/or spectral resolution result (Gross and Schott, ).
Such data fusion improves the reliability of image interpretation and increases the efficiency of information and feature extraction (Shi et al., ).
Many. The gravity missions provide a means of studying a series of geophysical problems ranging from deep Earth structure to tracking mass redistribution on and near the surface of the Earth. in mass equivalent to 10 mm of water over an area ofkm 2 of processes that require ancillary data to better interpret the gravity data are.
Layer 1—Salt Basin Bolson, which includes Wild Horse, Michigan, Lobo, and Ryan Flats (Figure 1) Layer 2—Igneous Aquifer (Figure 2) Layer 3—Underlying Cretaceous and Permian Units (Figure 3) The uppermost active layers in the model area are shown in Figure 4.
Units—feet and days. Structural interpretation of the Upper Arkansas Graben area, Colorado from gravity data Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 44th Rocky Mountain Section - 25th South Central.
Mississippian and Devonian rocks, undivided (Mississippian and Devonian) at surface, covers area. Includes Helms, Rancheria, Las Cruces, Lake Valley, and Caballero Formations and Escabrosa Group (Mississippian); Percha Shale, Contadero, Sly Gap, and Onate Formations of south-central New Mexico, and Canutillo Formation of northern Franklin Mountains and Bishops Cap area (Devonian).
Borehole gravity data for 4 deep wells in or near the study area. 9 6. Gravity anomalies caused by basement rocks as derived from the inversion of the gravity measurements. 13 7. Basin gravity anomalies as derived from the inversion of the gravity field.
14 8. Thickness of Cenozoic deposits based on the inversion of gravity data. 16 9. 32° 00' and from longitude /to ° 30', occupying an area of square miles in western the adjacent part of Mexico.
The Texas-New Mexico boundary forms the north ern limit of the quadrangle and the Rio Grande, flowing across the southwestern quarter of the area, defines the international boundary.Gravity Geophysical Analysis of Spring Locations in a Karstic Desert Basin, Cuatro Cienegas Basin, Coahuila, Mexico Brad D.
Wolaver 1, John M. Sharp, Jr., and Juan M. Rodriguez2 1Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX .Close mobile search navigation Modify Your Advanced Search.
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