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Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear waste isolation

M. P. A. Jackson

Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear waste isolation

final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research (1978 to 1983)

by M. P. A. Jackson

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Published by Bureau of Economic Geology, the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • East Texas Basin.
    • Subjects:
    • Radioactive waste sites -- Texas -- East Texas Basin.,
    • Salt domes -- Texas -- East Texas Basin.,
    • Groundwater -- Texas -- East Texas Basin.,
    • Geology -- Texas -- East Texas Basin.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 116-124.

      StatementM.P.A. Jackson and Steven J. Seni.
      SeriesGeological circular ;, 84-1, Geological circular (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ;, 84-1.
      ContributionsSeni, S. J., University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.T4 T38 no. 84-1, TD898 T38 no. 84-1
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2666581M
      LC Control Number85621286

      Studies of Suitability of Salt Domes in East Texas Basin for Geologic Isolation of Nuclear Wastes (pp. ) AND Importance of Secondary Leached Porosity in Lower Tertiary Sandstone Reservoirs along the Texas Gulf Coast (pp. ) AND Facies Distribution within the Hosston Formation, Central Texas - Implications to Low Temperature Geothermal Waters (pp. ) (FROM: Gulf Coast Association . Jackson, M. P. A., and Seni, S. J., , Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear-waste isolation: final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research (–): The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular , p.

      Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear waste isolation: Final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research ( to ) Austin, Tex. Dome, East Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. , 74 p. Jackson, M. P. A., and Seni, S. J., , Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear-waste isolation: final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research (–): The.

      () - Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear waste isolation: final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research ( to ). Texas Univ., Bur. . Suitability of Salt Domes in the East Texas Basin for Nuclear Waste Isolation: Final Summary of Geologic and Hydrogeologie Research (–). The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of.


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Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear waste isolation by M. P. A. Jackson Download PDF EPUB FB2

SUIT ABILITY OF SALT DO ES IN THE EAST TEXAS BASIN FOR NUCLEAR WASTE ISOLA nON: FINAL SUMMARY OF GEOLOGIC AND HYD OGEOLOGIC RESEARCH () Summary Evaluation. Introduction to the East Texas Basin. The East Texas Waste Isolation Program Tectonic Evolution • Structural Framework Stratigraphic Framework.

Suitability of Salt Domes in the East Texas Basin for Nuclear Waste Isolation: Final Summary of Geologic and Hydrogeologic Research () by M. Jackson and S. Seni. p., 61 figs., 8 tables, 1 appendix, Price: $9. Suitability of Salt Domes in the East Texas Basin for Nuclear Waste Isolation: Final Summary of Geologic and Hydrogeologic Research (), by M.

Jackson and S. Seni. p., 61 figs., 8 tables, 1 appendix, General Information. Title: Suitability of salt domes in the east Texas basin for nuclear waste isolation: final summary of geologic and hydrologic research ( to ) Author(s): Jackson, M.P.A., and Seni, S.J.

Publishing Organization: University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Series and Number: Geological Circular Publication Date: The size of salt structures in the East Texas Basin is determined by the original thickness of the underlying Louann Salt (Middle Jurassic): that is, salt structures distinctly increase in size toward the interior of the basin.

Initial movement of salt apparently occurred in the marginal areas of the basin during Smackover (Late Jurassic). Introduction. According to the criteria of site selection for the deposition of HLW radwaste (high-level radioactive waste) in deep geological formations, which are based on the principles proposed by the IAEA and the experience of leading countries, three salt domes, in the Central Polish Region, were selected as potential candidates for future by: 9.

Seni, S. and Jackson, P. / SEDIMENTARY RECORD OF CRETACEOUS AND TERTIARY SALT MOVEMENT, EAST TEXAS BASIN: TIMES, RATES, AND VOLUMES OF SALT FLOW AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR NUCLEAR WASTE ISOLATION AND PETROLEUM EXPLORATION, Bureau of Economic Geology RIAustin,pb, 89 pages, 57 figs., 7 tables, used, $ Two domes are in northwest Louisiana, two domes are in east Texas, and three are in Mississippi (Figure 1).

The trip is one of several to survey DOE investigations for the siting of a high-level waste repository. This work is under way in a variety of rock types at a. About 60% of the salt is extracted and 40% left as pillars.

Assuming a production of 1, tons per year and 15 cubic feet of salt per ton, the space mined out would be acre-feet.

With a thickness of salt of 10 feet and 60% recovery, about 68 acres would be mined out annually. a salt dome basin is one controlled by halokinesis. The Gulf Coast basin is categorized as a salt dome basin.

Sediment loading due to progradation over a salt layer with no tectonic influence can create a variety to salt structures proximally and distally (Ge et al., ). These structures include salt anticlines, stocks, nappes, pillows.

The suitability of salt domes in the east Texas basin (Tyler basin), Texas, for long-term isolation of nulear wastes is being evaluated. The major issues concern hydrogeologic and tectonic stability of the domes and potential natural resources in the by: 1.

Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear waste isolation: final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research ( to ).

[M P A Jackson; S J Seni; University of Texas. The suitability of salt domes in the east Texas basin (Tyler basin), Texas, for long-term isolation of nuclear wastes is being evaluated. The major issues concern hydrogeologic and tectonic stability of the domes and potential natural resources in the basin.

Get this from a library. Studies of the suitablility of salt domes in east Texas basin for geologic isolation of nuclear wastes. [Charles W Kreitler]. Region (GIR). Within the GIR, seven salt domes are under preliminary investiga-tion as possible sites for storage of high-level nuclear waste.

Two domes are in northwest Louisiana, two domes are in east Texas and three are in Mississippi (Figure 1). The trip is one of several to review DOE investigations for the siting of a high-level waste.

STATES AS POSSIBLE STORAGE SITES FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE MATERIALS By W. PIERCE and E. RICH ABSTRACT This summary report on the rock salt deposits of the United States has been compiled from the literature as a part of the Radioactive Materials Management Program of the U.S.

Atomic Energy Commission. A thick salt bed, as a placeCited by: The suitability of using salt domes in the East Texas Basin, Texas, for long-term isolation of nuclear wastes is, in p~rt, dependent on the hydrologic stability of the salt domes and the hydrogeologic characteristics of the sedimentary formations that the domes penetrate.

The two prime. Structural Patterns Around Texas Salt Domes The suitability of salt domes as sites for waste disposal is affected by the distribution and genesis of near-dome structural patterns. Structural discontinuities, such as faults, lineaments, and collapse sinks, can influence the migration of ground water and contami­ nants.

When the waste is buried in salt, tiny bits of water inside the salt start to move toward the heat. As a result, the salt left behind is stronger, like a good sealant.

But it is still basically salt. “The salt is completely unaffected by any nuclear waste you could imagine, period,” said James Conca. Jackson, M. A., and Seni, S. J.,Suitability of salt domes in the East Texas Basin for nuclear-waste isolation: final summary of geologic and hydrogeologic research (– ): The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circularp.

The Gorleben salt dome is a proposed deep geological repository in a salt dome in Gorleben in the Lüchow-Dannenberg district in the far north-east of Lower Saxony for low- medium- and high-level radioactive waste.Chemical Geology, 74 () 1 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands FLUID-ROCK INTERACTIONS IN THE SALT DOME ENVIRONMENT: AN INTRODUCTION AND REVIEW HARRY H.

POSEY* and J. RICHARD KYLE Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX (U.S.A.) (Accepted for publication July Cited by: Nuclear Waste Isolation (ONWI), Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, The draft of the revised guidelines for evaluating the suitability of sites for radioactive-waste repositories has been finalized (DOE Task Force, ).

salt-dome basin in the area of the Cypress Creek and Richton salt by: 2.