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NATCARB Saline v1403 (Archived)

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The National Carbon Sequestration Database and Geographic Information System (NATCARB) Saline spatial database is a small-scale (large-area) overview of carbon dioxide (CO2) geologic storage potential in saline formations across the USA and parts of Canada. Saline formations are composed of brine-saturated porous rock and capped by one or more regionally extensive, low-permeability rock formations.Only saline formations containing formation fluid with total dissolved solids (TDS) greater than 10,000 ppm merited evaluation for potential CO2 storage. A saline storage resource can include one named geologic stratigraphic unit or be defined as only a part of a stratigraphic unit.This data layer reflects the best available knowledge regarding the location of carbon sequestration potential in the USA and Canada, both onshore and offshore.


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Maintainer George Hall
State active
Citation NATCARB, NATCARB Saline v1403, 2014
Data History v1101 - Initial release for Atlas III.v1103 - Metadata revised.v1104 - No changes to Saline layer.v1204 - Initial release for Atlas IV. New data submitted by all regional partnerships.v1302 - No changes to Saline layer. Metadata revised.v1303 - No changes to Saline layer. Metadata revised.v1403 - Initial release for Atlas V. New data submitted by MGSC, PCOR, and the Cambro-Ordovician sitecharacterization project. Missing Medium volumes calculated as natural log mean of Low and High volumes
Ecological Region Terrestrial
Is NETL associated Yes
NETL Point of Contact Andrea Dunn
NETL Point of Contact's Email andrea.dunn@netl.doe.gov
NETL program or project NATCARB
Organization National Energy Technology Laboratory
Organization Acronym NETL
Publication Date 10/01/2014
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