NDGS using high-tech imagery to better evaluate core samples
The Bakken has a new image, literally.
For years, geologists at the North Dakota Geological Survey Core Library on the campus of the University of North Dakota, UND, in Grand Forks have been studying core samples with as much detail as possible using traditional methods. While those practices won’t....
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