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University of Southern California Department of Petroleum Engineering Fall, 2007 PTE-461 Formation Evaluation Section 7: “Gamma Ray Logs” CA Hot Sand Example Donald G. Hill, Ph.D. California Registered Geophysicist 170 California Registered Geologist 6043 Kentucky Registered Professional Geologist 1624 Texas Licensed Professional Geophysicist 6289 Consulting Petrophysicist: Petrophysics, Shallow Geophysics, Borehole Geophysics, and Subsurface Geology Planning, Oversight, and Interpretation 1012 Hillendale Ct +(925) 437-5748 Cell Walnut Creek, CA +(309) 420-7354 FAX USA 94596 +(925) 947-1541 Home http://www.hillpetro.com
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Donald G. Hill, Ph.D, R.Gp., R.G., P.R.G., L.P.Gp. Page 2 Section 7, Gamma Ray: CA Hot Sand Example BACKGROUND Shallow sans, along the Eastern Border of the San Joaquin Valley are often derived from weathering products from the granitic core of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Environmental ground water monitoring wells are often logged with slim-hole equipment,
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course PTE 461 taught by Professor Donhill during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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