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Performer: University of Wyoming
A large model with 3.25 million grid cells. Only the<br/>reservoir portion is shown. A region of the model is cut<br/>away to reveal its internal structure. Color represents<br/>the grayscale of the image obtained from the sediment<br/>experiment, with higher grayscale values indicating<br/>higher sand content and vice versa.
A large model with 3.25 million grid cells. Only the
reservoir portion is shown. A region of the model is cut
away to reveal its internal structure. Color represents
the grayscale of the image obtained from the sediment
experiment, with higher grayscale values indicating
higher sand content and vice versa.
Website: University of Wyoming
Award Number: FE0009238
Project Duration: 10/01/2012 – 09/30/2016
Total Award Value: $475,389
DOE Share: $380,047
Performer Share: $95,342
Technology Area: Geologic Storage
Key Technology: GS: Geochemical Impacts
Location: Laramie, Wyoming

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