Geologic Carbon Sequestration: Assessment of Mid-Continent Rift Core Porosities and Permeabilities in Wisconsin

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This report presents results from a study investigating the potential for carbon dioxide sequestration in the ancient Keweenawan sedimentary formations in northern Wisconsin. Bedrock drill core from the Copper Harbor and Nonesuch formations were examined for their properties to store carbon dioxide (Copper Harbor) and seal that carbon dioxide (Nonesuch). Data accompanying this report provides porosity, permeability and density measurements from the drill cores (in .csv format).

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