Resistivity Imaging in a Fold and Thrust Belt

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Be sure to grab your April issue of First Break, and turn to this month’s special topic: EM & Potential Methods, where NEOS discusses the results from resistivity imaging using ZTEM and MT data in the geophysical study of a ~2900 km2 region of the northern Raton Basin in southern Colorado.

Because of the land access and permitting issues, as well as the large amount of terrain needing to be traversed during the geophysical survey, we decided to incorporate a dense airborne ZTEM survey along with the sparse MT stations.

To read the full article, Resistivity Imaging in a Fold and Thrust Belt using ZTEM and sparse MT Data, click here or on the image above.

One Comment

  1. I am the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Huerfano County Mineral Lease District. We are mandated to distribute a portion of the federal mineral lease income generated in our District for planning, constructing, and serving our various service and governing districts which are political subdivisions of the State of Colorado. As part of the planning aspect, it is important to us to maximize the economic benefits of oil and gas activities in the District. I would like to propose to our Board in the upcoming September 9, 2016 quarterly meeting, that we obtain, if permissible, the complete cross-sectional data referenced in your article, Resistivity Imaging in a Fold and Thrust Belt. Is this information available for purchase, and how would we proceed?
    Thank you,
    Joseph Edes

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