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Volcanic Gas Reservoir Characterization by Min Tong, Lin Yan, Yuanhui Sun, Yongjun Wang, Qiquan Ran

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Index

Note: Page numbers followed by f indicate figures and t indicate tables.

A

Accumulation capacity 443–446
of dissolution pore 487t, 488
identification markers for 399
in conventional logging 399, 400t
nuclear magnetic logging and 399, 400t, 401f
volcanic barriers, interbeds and 399, 401f
of pore 484–488, 485f, 485t, 486f, 487t
intergranular 486–487, 487t
types 443, 446
of vesicles 486, 487t
in volcanic reservoir spaces 484–488
of volcanic rock fracture 488–489, 488f, 489f
Accumulation-permeation unit (A-P) 103
applications for 450–455, 452f, 453f, 454f
barriers, interbeds and tracing extension within 407f, 408
cap rocks, reservoirs, basal bed and 408–409
characterization of 393–397, 428–436
challenges in 395 ...

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