Dataset 4011

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  • Title: USGS_Energy_Geochemistry_Database
  • Publisher: Department of the Interior
  • Description: Since January of 1989, the U.S Geological Survey (USGS) Energy Resources Program Geochemistry Laboratory Data Base has grown to contain the analytical data for over 200,000 samples worldwide. The Energy Geochemistry Data Base (EGDB) contains chemical analysis data for crude oil, natural gas, coal, water, and rock samples analyzed by the USGS Energy Resources Team's Geochemistry Laboratory, or by contracted-service laboratories. Data was also obtained from the literature and unpublished public domain sources. The sample types included are primarily rock, coal, oil, and gas. This information is used by the USGS for worldwide energy resource assessments and is periodically released to the public. Analytical data within the EGDB includes Rock-Eval pyrolysis, organic mass spectrometry, vitrinite reflectance, gas chromatography, stable carbon isotopes, inductively coupled plasma, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, mercury analysis and a number of other related geochemistry analyses that, in some instances, predate the EGDB. Throughout the years the Energy Program scientists have utilized these data to not only develop an understanding of the physical and geochemical processes responsible for hydrocarbon formation. but also as a tool to assess the oil and gas potential for sedimentary basins in both national and international settings.
  • Keywords: Oil, Gas, Coal, Coal Quality, Chemistry, Geochemistry, Rock-Eval pyrolysis, organic mass spectrometry, vitrinite reflectance, gas chromatography, stable carbon isotopes, inductively coupled plasma, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, mercury analysis
  • Homepage: http://www.data.gov/details/4011
  • Source: http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/raw/92/data-92.rdf#entry4011
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92/agencyDepartment of the Interior  +
92/agency data series pagehttp://energy.cr.usgs.gov/prov/og/  +
92/agency program pagehttp://energy.usgs.gov/  +
92/applicable agency information quality guideline designationUSGS Energy Resources Program Quality Assurance (http://energy.cr.usgs.gov/gg/geochemlab/qa.html)
92/categoryNatural Resources  +
92/citationUSGS, 2009, Energy Geochemistry Database, Provisional Release. http://energy.cr.usgs.gov/prov/og/  +
92/collection modeperson,computer,paper,laboratory procedures
92/data collection instrumenthttp://energy.cr.usgs.gov/gg/geochemlab/methodology.html
92/data dictionary variable listhttp://energy.cr.usgs.gov/prov/og/doc.htm  +
92/data extraction access pointhttp://energy.cr.usgs.gov/prov/og/tabular/EGDB_07292009.zip  +
92/data gov data category typeTool Catalog  +
92/data quality certificationYes  +
92/date released1/1/1989  +
92/date updated7/1/2009  +
92/descriptionSince January of 1989, the U.S Geological Since January of 1989, the U.S Geological Survey (USGS) Energy Resources Program Geochemistry Laboratory Data Base has grown to contain the analytical data for over 200,000 samples worldwide. The Energy Geochemistry Data Base (EGDB) contains chemical analysis data for crude oil, natural gas, coal, water, and rock samples analyzed by the USGS Energy Resources Team's Geochemistry Laboratory, or by contracted-service laboratories. Data was also obtained from the literature and unpublished public domain sources. The sample types included are primarily rock, coal, oil, and gas. This information is used by the USGS for worldwide energy resource assessments and is periodically released to the public. Analytical data within the EGDB includes Rock-Eval pyrolysis, organic mass spectrometry, vitrinite reflectance, gas chromatography, stable carbon isotopes, inductively coupled plasma, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, mercury analysis and a number of other related geochemistry analyses that, in some instances, predate the EGDB. Throughout the years the Energy Program scientists have utilized these data to not only develop an understanding of the physical and geochemical processes responsible for hydrocarbon formation. but also as a tool to assess the oil and gas potential for sedimentary basins in both national and international settings. both national and international settings.
92/frequencyIrregular  +
92/geographic coverageWorld
92/granularitylatitude/longitude provided for each sample  +
92/keywordsOil, Gas, Coal, Coal Quality, Chemistry, G Oil, Gas, Coal, Coal Quality, Chemistry, Geochemistry, Rock-Eval pyrolysis, organic mass spectrometry, vitrinite reflectance, gas chromatography, stable carbon isotopes, inductively coupled plasma, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, mercury analysis plasma mass spectrometry, mercury analysis
92/privacy and confidentialityYes  +
92/specialized data category designationResearch
92/subagencyUS Geological Survey  +
92/technical documentationhttp://energy.cr.usgs.gov/prov/og/doc.htm
92/time period1989-2009
92/titleUSGS Energy Geochemistry Database  +
92/unique id4011  +
92/unit of analysisGeochemistry of earth samples from surface, mines, wells, waterways, etc.
92/urlhttp://www.data.gov/details/4011  +
Datagov id4011  +
Dc:identifierdgtwc4011  +
Dcterms:identifierdgtwc4011, and datagov4011
Dcterms:publisherDepartment of the Interior  +
Dcterms:relationURLSHA1/219e9f27562c4a87c43edb47ab38851e05d33516  +
Dcterms:sourceHttp://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/raw/92/data-92.rdf  +
Dcterms:subjectOil  +, Gas  +, Coal  +, Coal Quality  +, Chemistry  +, Geochemistry  +, Rock-Eval pyrolysis  +, organic mass spectrometry  +, vitrinite reflectance  +, gas chromatography  +, stable carbon isotopes  +, inductively coupled plasma  +, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry  +, and mercury analysis  +
Dgtwc:linked data entry pointHttp://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/vocab/Dataset 4011  +
Dgtwc id4011  +
Foaf:nameUSGS_Energy_Geochemistry_Database
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