Iniskin Peninsula: MICP
Loveland, A.M., and PetroTech Associates, 2013, Mercury injection capillary pressure (MICP) results from outcrop samples in the Naknek Formation, Iniskin Peninsula, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Raw Data File 2013-6, 10 p. https://doi.org/10.14509/25494
Layer Name: metadata
Layer Description: metadata files, read me files and reports
Layer Name: micp-data
Layer Description: data for individual samples
Layer Name: micp-summary
Layer Description: summary data
Layer Name: sample-location-details
Layer Description: sample reference numbers, latitude, longitude, and map unit
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>sample-location-details: A CSV file with sample reference numbers, latitude, longitude, and map unit (formation).
>micp-data: This folder contains Excel spreadsheets (one file for each individual sample; file names correspond to sample number preceded by a "t " ). The contents in each Excel file include worksheets with the following information: Sheet1 (data for individual sample), Chart1 (Bulk Volume), Chart2 (Pore Volume), Chart3 (Pore Aperture Size Distribution).
>micp-summary: This folder includes Excel spreadsheets with summary data for the samples analyzed. The spreadsheets are: 1) rdf2013-6-naknek-pore-volume.xlsx - Pore volume plots and data. Note that the PetroTech cover letter refers to this file as Figure 1; 2) rdf2013-6-naknek-pore-size-distribution.xlsx - Pore aperture size distribution plots and data. Note that the PetroTech cover letter refers to composite plot as Figure 2 and the "thumbnail" plots as Figure 3;
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