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$\small\mathsf{CO_2}$ does not fall back quickly: graph shows the IPCC 2007 $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$ liftime from a computer model run that shows what happens to a single instantaneous pulse of $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$ emitted to the atmosphere. One thousand years after the $\small\mathsf{CO_2}$ is emitted to the atmosphere 20% is still there according to this ...


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This report on the stratigraphy is probably a good place to start. Additonally, searching Google Scholar for Wasatch Range geochronology brings up a number of papers on the geochronology of specific formations if you are interested in that.


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fracture formula What is the method of injection and fluid you are using? Apply a leak off test to the formation after drilling out casing shoe and your 5-10m into open hole. I’ve attached two links that may be helpful. formation fracture pressure a list of methods There are also plenty of apps for you’re ...


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...one website in particular that has a collection of abstracts and titles for nearly all papers that have ever been published (pre- and post-internet era) in this particular area. For as long as I can remember (okay, since 2002) the standard source of this type has been the Web of Science. It covers all sciences (and engineering, social science) so you ...


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I would suggest combing Google Scholar with the following methods: Search keywords just as you've mentioned. When you hit on a semi-relevant paper, check the citations for relevant information. Additionally check the collected works of the authors of said papers. Search specifically for review papers or graduate-level textbooks for context on a subject ...


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