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Martinsville. Upper panel: Geophysical logs of hole properties (L to R): Caliper (in), Hole deviation (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (deg), Formation azimuth (deg), Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0), and Temperature gradient (°C/km). The temperature gradient range for Titusville is expanded to show large variations. Lower panel: Geophysical logs of rock properties (L to R): Gamma ray (API), Bulk density (glee), Neutron porosity (%), Sonic travel time (µs/ft). Resistivity (ohm.m), Magnetic susceptibility (µcgs). Susceptibility data are not corrected for temperature drift with time or for static calibration offsets. except for an expanded plot range for Martinsvill




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Weston Canal. Upper panel: Geophysical logs of hole properties (L to R): Caliper (in), Hole deviation (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (dog), Formation azimuth (deg), Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0) and Temperature gradient (°C/km). The temperature gradient range for Titusville is expanded to show large variations. Lower panel: Geophysical logs of rock properties (L to R): Gamma ray (API), Bulk density (g/cc), Neutron porosity (%), Sonic travel time (µs/ft), Resistivity (ohm.m). Data from hole #1 (cased above 300 ft) are replaced by data from hole #2 (open hole) where there is depth overlap. Log depth is referenced to the rig floor, like the core depth, and intervals where no data are available are annotated.

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Somerset. Upper panel: Geophysical logs of hole properties (L to R): Caliper (in), Hole deviation (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (deg), Formation azimuth (dog). Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0), and Temperature gradient (°C/km). The temperature gradient range for Titusville is expanded to show large variations. Lower panel: Geophysical logs of rock properties (L to R): Gamma ray (API), Bulk density (g/cc), Neutron porosity (%), Sonic travel time (µs/ft), Resistivity (ohm.m), Magnetic susceptibility (µcgs). Susceptibility data are not corrected for temperature drift with time or for static calibration offsets. Data from hole #1 (cased above 300 ft) are replaced by data from hole #2 (open hole) where there is depth overlap. Lug depth is referenced to me rig floor, like the core depth, and intervals where no data are available are annotated.

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figFig. 6

Rutgers. Upper panel: Geophyoieal logs of hole properties (L 41 R): Caliper (in), Role deviation (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (deg), Formation azimuth (deg), Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0), and Temperature gradient (°C/km). The temperature gradient range for Titusville is expanded to show large variations. Lower pastel: Geophysical logs of rock properties (L to R): Gamma ray (API), Bulk density (g/cc), Neutron porosity (%), Sonic travel time (µs/ft), Resistivity (ohm.m). Log depth and core depth are referenced to the rig floor.






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figFig. 7

Titusville. Upper panel: Geophysical logs of hole properties (L to R): Caliper (in), Hole deviation (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (deg), Formation azimuth (deg), Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0), and Temperature gradient for Titusville is expanded to show large v02r1a1inn~ Lower panel. Geophysical logs of rock properties (7. to R). Gamma ray (API). Bulk density (glee). Neutron porosity (%), Sonic travel time 4talft), Resistivity (ohm.m). Magnetic susceptibility (µs/ft). Susceptibility data are not corrected for temperature drift with time or for static calibration offsets. Data from hole #1 (cased above 300 ft) are replaced by data from hole #2 (open hole) where there is depth overlap. Log depth and core depth are referenced to the rig floor.


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figFig. 8

Nursery Rd. Upper panel: Geophysical logs of hole properties (L to R): Caliper (in), Hole deviations (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (deg), Formation azimuth (deg), Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0), and Temperature gradient (°C/km). The temperature gradient range for Titusville is expanded to show large variations. Lower panel: Geophysical logs of rock properties(L to R): Gamma ray (API). Bulk density (g/cc). Neutron porosity (%), Sonic travel time (µs/ft). Resistivity (ohm.m), Magnetic susceptibility (µcgs). Susceptibility data are not corrected for temperature drift with time or for static calibration offsets Log depth is referenced to the rig floor, like the core depth, and intervals where no data are available are annotated.


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Princeton. Upper panel: Geophysical logs of hole properties (L to R): Caliper (in), Hole deviation (deg), Hole azimuth (deg), Formation dip (deg), Formation azimuth (deg), Dipmeter correlation coefficient (increasing from 0.0 to 1.0), and Temperature gradient (°C/km). The temperature gradient range for Titusville is expanded to show large variations. Lower panel: Geophysical logs of rock properties (L to R); Gamma ray (API), Bulk density (g/cc), Neutron porosity (%). Sonic travel time (µs/ft), Resistivity (ohm.m). Magnetic susceptibility (µs/ft). Susceptibility data are not corrected for temperature drift with time or for static calibration offsets. Data from hole #1 (cased above 300 ft) are replaced by data from hole #2 (open hole) where there is depth overlap. Log depth is referenced to the rig floor, like the core depth, and intervals where no data are available are annotated.

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