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Non-Darcy flow through porous media
Since its introduction, Darcy's law has been implemented as a mathematical tool that allows simple calculation and prediction of low velocity subsurface flows. However, turbulence, non-isothermal conditions, as well as ...
Mesoproterozoic structural evolution and lithologic investigation of the western Llano Uplift, Mason County, Central Texas
The Llano Uplift of central Texas contains the largest exposure of Mesoproterozoic rocks along southern Laurentia and is thus crucial to the understanding of orogenesis and plate reconstructions along a portion of one of ...
Land subsidence along the Texas Gulf Coast due to oil and gas withdrawal
Land subsidence caused by groundwater withdrawal in the Houston-Galveston region is a well-documented phenomenon. Subsidence of up to 3m (10ft) has been calculated in the region since 1905. Hydrocarbon withdrawal is a ...