Downhole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in the North Adelaide Plains, South Australia


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Abstract

We acquired downhole NMR measurements at 0.25 m depth intervals down a 7.5 m drillhole using a Dart system (Vista Clara). The Dart quantifies water content and T2 decay times in two cylindrical shells of varying radii (12.7 and 15.2 cm) within the drillhole.

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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Place/Area Name:
Two Wells, South Australia
North Latitude
-34.5587°
East Longitude
138.4694°
South Latitude
-34.5587°
West Longitude
138.4694°

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Michael Hatch University of Adelaide

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Flinchum, B. A. (2020). Downhole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in the North Adelaide Plains, South Australia, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/6baf60ed02b84e488dfe8d0b8b0f7046

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