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Collection of Well Mud Logs from Michigan

Summary

Note: there may be some overlap between these items and the logs in Collection of Well logs from Michigan, a more comprehensive collection from 2009. Collections includes digital mud logs (lithology type, drill rate and gas chromatographs) from oil, gas, and mineral wells collected by the Michigan Geological Survey and archived at the Michigan Geological Repository for Research and Education, Department of Geosciences, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo Michigan. Mud logs representative of 4,222 Michigan wells scanned into digital format from hard copy records.

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20130709_R1537-geologicallogs_fixed.csv 642.46 KB
R1537_NewMudLogs_2016 (1).csv 2.29 MB

Purpose

Preservation and access to valuable and unique subsurface geological data that are essential to understanding rock type and properties to be used by the public, geoscience students, scientific researchers, and industry and governmental agencies to acquire data toward natural resource identification, management, protection and development.

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This collection record was derived from a survey of State Geological Survey organizations conducted under the National Geological and Geophysical Data Preservation Program.

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UniqueKey State Inventory S1537

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