1 edition of USGS reference sample Devonian Ohio Shale SDO-1 found in the catalog.
USGS reference sample Devonian Ohio Shale SDO-1
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by U.S. Geological Survey, Map Distribution in [Washington, D.C.], Denver, CO
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Jean S. Kane.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 2046|
|Contributions||Kane, Jean S.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 2046, QE471.15.S5 .B9 no. 2046|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||92038658|
contained in the book, Minerals of Ohio, by Ernest H. Carlson (Carlson, ). Pages utilized for this project included descriptions of characteristics and extent of the Serpent Mound zinc, district, pyrite and carbonate concretions in the basal Ohio shale at Copperas Mt.-about Preliminary report on a regional stratigraphic study of Devonian rocks of Pennsylvania, by: Jones, Thomas Henry, Published: () Upper Devonian stratigraphy and sedimentary environments in northeastern Pennsylvania / by: Glaeser, J. Douglas.
About one hundred and thirty USGS and non-USGS laboratories are actively participating in the project and six standard reference sample types are available (Trace Element, Major Ion, Precipitation, Mercury, Low-level Nutrient, and Regular-level Nutrient). If you would like to enroll, please contact the project chief at or woodwort. Recommended concentrations for 38 elements in the U.S. Geological Survey reference sample, Ohio Shale (Devonian) SDO-1, are presented here. For an additional 25 elements, average concentrations or.
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report , 48p. Published This suggests that the reference sample contained barite which is known to be insoluble with the 4-acid digestion process. Measured amounts of Ba for the Cornwall Devonian metasedimentary.
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The sample, designated SDO-1 for Shale, Devonian, Ohio, was taken from a foot ( m) zone in the lower part of the Huron Member of the Ohio Shale (Pepper, de Witt, and Demarest,p.
15), which is equivalent to part of the Gassaway Member of the Chattanooga Shale (Hass,by: 5. Get this from a library. The USGS reference sample Devonian Ohio Shale SDO [Jean S Kane;] -- This publication presents a collection of detailed analytical procedures used by some of the laboratories whose data was used to derive recommended concentrations for SDO-1 as a geochemical reference.
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U.S. Geological Survey, Map Distribution BoxBldg.Federal Center Denver, CO Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data The USGS reference sample Devonian Ohio Shale SD I edited by jean S. Kane. - (U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ; ) Includes bibliographical references.
Supt. of Docs. no.: I : Jean S. Kane. B I / Carlson, C. / CHARACTER AND HISTORY OF THE UPPER OHIO RIVER VALLEY,pb, 10 pages, 4 figs., $ 4 B / Kane, J. / THE USGS REFERENCE SAMPLE DEVONIAN OHIO SHALE SDO-1,pb, 65 pages, 17 figs., 34 tables, $ 7. Determination of the rare- earth elements and yttrium in 37 international silicate reference materials by inductively coupled plasma- atomic emission spectrometry.
Geostand. Newsl., Kane, J.S., Arbogast, B. and Leventhal, J., Charac- terization of Devonian Ohio shale SDO-I as a USGS geochemical reference sample. Geostand. Geologic unit mapped in Ohio: Shale; brownish black to greenish gray, weathers brown; carbonaceous to clayey, laminated to thin bedded, fissile parting; carbonate and/or siderite concretions in lowermost 50 feet; petroliferous odor; to + feet thick.
Includes Olentangy Shale south of central Delaware Co. Marine sediment reference materials from the National Research Council of Canada (PACS-2 and MESS-3, n = 14) were used to assess external reproducibility while two USGS standard reference materials (Devonian Ohio Shale (SDO-1) and Green River Shale (SGR-1)) were used to assess accuracy for shale-type geologic samples.
Complete digestion of the. Using a geology-based assessment methodology, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) estimated a mean undiscovered natural gas resource of 84, billion cubic feet and a mean undiscovered natural gas liquids resource of 3, million barrels in the Devonian Marcellus Shale within the Appalachian Basin Province.
All this resource occurs in continuous. Current Conditions Tables Streamflow Groundwater Water-Quality Lakes and Reservoirs Precipitation Climate.
Current-conditions data typically are recorded at to minute intervals, stored onsite, and then transmitted to our office every 15 minutes to 1 hour (depending on the form of telemetry used). Using a geology-based assessment methodology, the U.S.
Geological Survey estimated undiscovered, technically recoverable mean resources of million barrels of shale oil and billion cubic feet of shale gas in the Mississippian Delle Phosphatic Member of the Woodman Formation in the Eastern Great Basin Province of Nevada, Utah, and Idaho.
Additionally, the Te content and isotope composition of the USGS reference sample SDO-1 (Devonian Ohio shale) was determined. Six of the investigated terrestrial samples are sediments, including two manganese nodules, Nod-P-1 (Pacific ocean) and Nod-A-1 (Atlantic ocean), green river shale SGR-1 (Utah), marine mud Mag-1 (Gulf of Maine, Atlantic.
Ohio Shale (Devonian) at surface, covers 8 % of this area. Interval ranges from 60 to feet in thickness. The Geological Survey of Ohio recognizes the Cincinnati Group proposed by Meek and Worthen (), but at this time retains it as an informal term.
The unit will be formally reinstated as a lithostratigraphic term after revision of. J.S. Kane, B. Arbogast, J. LeventhalCharacterization of Devonian Ohio shale SDO-1 as a USGS geochemical reference sample Geostandards Newslett. 13C and 15N values have been determined for SDO-1, (Devonian Ohio Shale) and SGR-1 (Eocene Green River Shale), petroleum source rock reference materials and PACS-2, a modern marine sediment reference material.
Analyses were performed after acid fumigation so that the data refer to non-carbonate carbon (13Cncc and Wt % Cncc).
The Publications warehouse contains overpublications that cover the year history of the USGS. The anoxic sediments include bulk sediments from the two uppermost units in the Black Sea: i.e. the laminated coccolith oozes, characteristic of modern sedimentation (Unit 1) and the underlying sapropel (Unit 2), and a Devonian black shale (USGS Standard SDO-1).
All have strongly positive δ 97/95 Mo. Total Mo concentrations and Mo/Al ratios. b / kane, j. / the usgs reference sample devonian ohio shale sdo-1,pb, 65 pages, 17 figs., 34 tables, $ 7 b / casadevall, t.
j., ed. / volcanic ash and aviation safety: proceedings of the first international symposium on volcanic ash and aviation safety,pb, pages, $ Black shales are usually interpreted to require anoxic bottom waters and deeper water sedimentation.
There has long been a debate about whether the Devonian Cleveland Shale Member of the Ohio Shale (CSM) was deposited in shallow- or deep-water depositional environments.
This study looked at the CSM at 3 stratigraphic sections and 5 well cores in northeastern Ohio. Additional treatment to remove the matrix and pre-concentrate PGE-Re by column chromatography is necessary to minimise the effects of interfering elements, but presents its own challenges.
We are in the process of conducting variations of acid digestion and column chromatographic protocols on reference sample SDO-1 (Devonian Ohio Shale, USGS). Recommended concentrations for 38 elements in the U.S. Geological Survey reference sample, Ohio Shale (Devonian) SDO-1, are presented here.
For an additional 25 elements, average concentrations or.permission to collect the bulk reference sample from the Mag pit. Special thanks are also extended to Reinhard Leinz, Richard Wells, Steven Sutley, and David Detra of the Branch of Characterization of Devonian Ohio shale SDO-1 as a USGS geochemical reference sample: Geostandards Newsletter, v.
14, p. Foster, J.M. and Kretschmer, E.Characterization of Devonian Ohio Shale SDO-1 as a USGS Geochemical Reference Sample. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research14 (1), DOI: /jXtbx. R. A. Velapoldi, H. S. Hertz. The Basis for Quality Assurance of Chemical Measurements and Standards.