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Data resources

The CBDG Analysis Subsystem has collected significant amounts of data from laboratory measurements of the physical and chemical properties of point-tested rocks, on drilling cores or other research points. Each geological documentation contains a large amount of digital analytical data generated by modern research equipment, so we have recently achieved a very rapid increase in the number of data in the CBDG Analysis Subsystem.

Boreholes in CBDG with analytical data

Boreholes in CBDG with analytical data

Boreholes with the results of the water analysis

Boreholes with the results of the water analysis

Boreholes with porosity and permeability tests

Boreholes with porosity and permeability tests

Boreholes with averaged density measurements

Boreholes with averaged density measurements

Summary of data in CBDG Analysis Subsystem (15.10.2019):

  • 59 results of isotopic dating for 23 boreholes;
  • 801 results of mineralogical analysis for 65 boreholes;
  • 33 results of mikrofacial analysis for 3 boreholes;
  • 719 results of micropaleontological analysis for 150boreholes;
  • 98 results of palinological analysis for 4 boreholes;
  • 115 results of paleontological analysis for 8 boreholes;
  • 110 results of quantitative analyzes of the mineral composition of rocks for 1 borehole;
  • 160 results of environmental analysis for 19 boreholes;
  • 1 718 results of geological-engineering analysis for 102 boreholes;
  • 13 852 results of magnetometric measurements of rocks for 26 boreholes;
  • 9 752 results of pyrolytic analysis for 318 boreholes;
  • 5 541 results of analysis of the chemical composition of water for 1 489 boreholes;
  • 26 143 results of petrographic analysis for 776 boreholes;
  • 71 181 results of analysis of the chemical composition of solid samples for 961 boreholes;
  • 7 034 results of geochemical analysis for 161 boreholes;
  • 2 427 880 results of petrophysical analysis for 3 073 boreholes;
  • 126 results of sedimentological analysis for 9 boreholes;