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Application of digital image analysis techniques to the Geyser's data and topography

Description: This paper describes the results of digital image analysis and techniques applied to acoustic sounder data and topographic relief in the Geyser's region. The two dimensional fast Fourier transform (2DFFT) represents the spacial variability of a photographic image. The spacial variability of topography in complex terrain can be represented in this way and insight into degree of complexity and dominating spacial wavelengths can be gained. This was performed for a 16 km square digitized topographic map of the Geyser's region with 63.5 m resolution. It was also of interest to compare facsimile recordings of acoustic sounder data to optical turbulence measurements.
Date: May 5, 1980
Creator: Porch, W.M.
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Low-temperature hydrothermal resource evaluation

Description: The objectives of testing low-temperature hydrothermal wells are to characterize well response to production (injection), determine resource characteristics and project reservoir longevity. Testing procedures and analysis techniques differ in some respects from proven procedures in the oil and gas and ground water fields. Some basic definitions and standard techniques necessary for the evaluation of a fluid resource in an intergranular permeable reservoir are presented. Problems particular to a non-ideal thermal resource are outlined and some analytical techniques are discussed.
Date: May 5, 1980
Creator: Goldman, D.
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