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Mission Canyon

Author : Meg Gardiner
ISBN : 9781848943919
Genre : Fiction
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Evan Delaney, novelist and legal go-fer, is dressed as Diana Ross in order to crash a fancy-dress party and serve a summons, when she hears that Franklin Brand is back in town. Brand is the hit-and-run driver who sentenced Evan's lover Jesse to life in a wheelchair, and killed his best friend. Since the accident, Brand has been avoiding justice overseas; but if he's back Evan and Jesse are determined to get him, helped by the dead boy's brother, Adam. Brand has been a high-flyer in Mako Technologies, a cyber-security firm, and this is where Evan starts looking. She quickly uncovers evidence that Brand was embezzling funds, and that Adam's brother knew all about it. So maybe the hit-and-run wasn't an accident at all? The policeman investigating is killed, and Adam and Jesse both come under suspicion. Matters are further complicated by the confused emotions of Jesse who feels a survivor's guilt, and Adam who resents the fact that Jesse is alive while his brother died. But there are more corpses to come - including a near miss for Evan herself - before the bad guys are finally brought to book.
Category: Fiction

Petroleum Geology Of The Mission Canyon Mc 1 Member Tilston Field Southwestern Manitoba

Author : D. Bell
ISBN : OCLC:70340031
Genre : Geology, Economic
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The purpose of this report is to idenfity the geologic controls affectinglocalization of hydrocarbons within the MC-1 Member in the Tilston Field. Inorder to facilitate this, the following topics are presented: 1) Strategraphyof the Mississippian Mission Canyon Formation. 2) Summary of the explorationhistory. 3) Description of the lithology and environment of deposition ofthe MC-1 Member. 4) Reservoir characteristics and trapping mechanics.
Category: Geology, Economic

Carbonate Petroleum Reservoirs

Author : P.O. Roehl
ISBN : 9781461250401
Genre : Science
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The case history approach has an impressive record of success in a variety of disciplines. Collections of case histories, casebooks, are now widely used in all sorts of specialties other than in their familiar application to law and medicine. The case method had its formal beginning at Harvard in 1871 when Christopher Lagdell developed it as a means of teaching. It was so successful in teaching law that it was soon adopted in medical education, and the col lection of cases provided the raw material for research on various diseases. Subsequently, the case history approach spread to such varied fields as busi ness, psychology, management, and economics, and there are over 100 books in print that use this approach. The idea for a series of Casebooks in Earth Sciences grew from my ex perience in organizing and editing a collection of examples of one variety of sedimentary deposits. The project began as an effort to bring some order to a large number of descriptions of these deposits that were so varied in pre sentation and terminology that even specialists found them difficult to compare and analyze. Thus, from the beginning, it was evident that something more than a simple collection of papers was needed. Accordingly, the nearly fifty contributors worked together with George de Vries Klein and me to establish a standard format for presenting the case histories.
Category: Science


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ISBN : UCR:31210000209518
Genre : Geophysics
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Category: Geophysics


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105032802030
Genre : Natural gas
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Category: Natural gas

Mission Canyon Formation Outline

Author : David Wayne Fischer
ISBN : OCLC:1110645948
Genre : Formations (Geology)
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The Williston Basin is a relatively large, intracratonic basin with a thick sedimentary cover in excess of 16,000 ft. The Williston Basin is considered by many to be tectonically stable, with only a subtle structural character. The stratigraphy of the area is well studied, especially in those intervals that are oil productive. The Williston Basin has significant potential as a geological sink for sequestering carbon dioxide (CO2). This topical report focuses on the general geological characteristics of formations in the Williston Basin that are relevant to potential sequestration in petroleum reservoirs and deep saline formations. This outline includes general information and maps on formation stratigraphy, lithology, depositional environment, hydrodynamic characteristics, and hydrocarbon occurrence. The Mission Canyon Formation has potential to be a CO2 sink through either enhanced oil recovery or saline aquifer storage.
Category: Formations (Geology)

Lower Carboniferous Echinoderms From Northern Utah And Western Wyoming

Author : Gary D. Webster
ISBN : 9781557916006
Genre : Animals, Fossil
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An abundance of crinoid ossicles was noted in the early reports of Lower Carboniferous strata of northern Utah and southeastern Idaho. Articulated crinoid cups and crowns, however, were not reported. Collections of the past 50 years and especially the past 15 years have found significant numbers of well-preserved crinoid cups and crowns along with a few echinoids, blastoids, and asterozoans in the Gardison Limestone of the Wasatch Range, Henderson Canyon Formation of the Bear River Range, Wellsville Mountain, and northern parts of the Wasatch Range of northern Utah, as well as in the Lodgepole Limestone of western Wyoming. The purposes of this paper are to describe the crinoids, blastoid, and echinoids from northern Utah and western Wyoming, discuss their relationship to previously described faunas from North America and Europe, and relate their stratigraphic occurrences to conodont zonations and their geographic occurrence to recent interpretations of the regional carbonate facies and tectonic setting.
Category: Animals, Fossil

Tangible Memories

Author : Harry M. Butte
ISBN : 9781469105253
Genre : History
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California may be the golden state but it is also a garden state. Innumerable gardens have been made since the Europeans first came, starting with the Franciscan missionaries.The gold rush was the defining period, leading to immense expenditures by newly rich miners. This book discusses many simple but beautiful gardens created by waves of immigrants. Gardens were necessary for food but also represented repose and leisure. The nature and style of domestic and private gardens shape the landscape of cities and towns just as much as large civic architectural achievements.
Category: History