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The instrument is programmed to sample every second with an accuracy of 0.1 psi. About a week of pressure data is sent to KGS as a Comma Separated Values (CSV) file. The file information was saved to the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) ORACLE database. ", "num_resources": 0, "num_tags": 8, "package_reviewed": true, "private": false, "state": "active", "title": "Pressure Catalog Summary Web Page for the continuous monitoring of the Pressure / Temperature data in the Wellington KGS 1-28 Arbuckle formation.", "type": "dataset", "extras": [{"key": "citation", "value": "John R. Victorine, Pressure Catalog Summary Web Page for the continuous monitoring of the Pressure / Temperature data in the Wellington KGS 1-28 Arbuckle formation., 2017-09-26, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/continuous-monitoring-of-pressure-temperature-data-in-the-wellington-kgs-1-28-arbuckle-formation"}, {"key": "netl_product", "value": "yes"}, {"key": "poc_email", "value": "david.cercone@netl.doe.gov"}, {"key": "point_of_contact", "value": "David Cercone"}, {"key": "program_or_project", "value": "Small Scale Demonstration Project at Wellington Field - FE-0006821 "}], "resources": [{"id": "daf85118-bafa-463b-a2a7-4e3d60d0f5bf", "package_id": "afa843f6-1023-449b-880f-16d715118c1e", "revision_id": "f6b28239-cf49-8107-699f-80f8ae59df0c", "url": "http://chasm.kgs.ku.edu/ords/iqstrat.co2_pressure_catalog_pkg.build_web_page", "format": "HTML", "description": "The resource web page is generated by Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) ORACLE PL/SQL scripts that displays the Pressure Catalog Summary Page. This web page has URL links in the last \u201cDisplay Plot\u201d column that illustrates the profile plot in time of the measured Pressure/Temperature & Barometric Pressure data and the computed removal of the lunar and solar tidal pressures from the filtered raw pressure data. There is a URL Link at the top of the page for the Pressure/Temperature Comma Separated Values (CSV) File used to generate the raw pressure and temperature curves on the plot. A special note: The week of 2 September 2016 to 9 September 2016 entry will show the only earthquake detected by the pressure sensor, 3 September 2016 at 12:02 UTC time a 5.8 Magnitude Oklahoma Earthquake as the result of shallow strike-slip faulting about 15 km northwest of the town of Pawnee.", "hash": "", "position": null, "name": "http://chasm.kgs.ku.edu/ords/iqstrat.co2_pressure_files_pkg.getXML", "resource_type": "link", "mimetype": null, "mimetype_inner": null, "size": null, "created": "2017-09-25T14:43:50.351280", "last_modified": "2017-09-26T13:43:29.971265", "cache_url": null, "cache_last_updated": null, "url_type": null, "state": "active", "license_type": "no-license-restriction", "folder_id": "root", "owner_org": null, "recycle_removed": false, "fgdc_metadata": false, "rating": null, "tag_string": "", "pkg_name": "pressure-temperature-data-for-wellington-kgs-1-28-arbuckle-formation", "file": "", "owner": "admin", "revision_timestamp": "September 26, 2017, 17:43:30 (EST)", "intended_use_auth": false, "datastore_active": false}], "tags": [{"display_name": "Arbuckle Formation", "id": "bf6e25b1-a0c4-42e7-9a9b-cf277cd4c2f9", "name": "Arbuckle Formation", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "CSV", "id": "c79a875b-7f6e-41cd-9370-05c46ba22585", "name": "CSV", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "HTML", "id": "130e6231-6199-4c0f-9926-09c2826e5ce0", "name": "HTML", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "KGS", "id": "7288e702-6bee-45cd-99c4-576992c5592d", "name": "KGS", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "Kansas Geological Survey", "id": "96aec139-b2a5-4fa2-a731-4b1c58d20a96", "name": "Kansas Geological Survey", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "Lunar and Solar Tidal Pressures", "id": "50f937b9-37cd-4b9f-9c46-7f51fb9cd0bf", "name": "Lunar and Solar Tidal Pressures", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "Pressure Data", "id": "a13c0df1-2610-4dfc-855e-5604b0c49222", "name": "Pressure Data", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}, {"display_name": "Pressure Monitoring", "id": "9894f7ae-98da-41ee-a614-6959390a836d", "name": "Pressure Monitoring", "state": "active", "vocabulary_id": null}], "submission_authors": []}