Record Display for the EPA National Library Catalog
RECORD NUMBER: 29 OF 95
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Evaluation of salt water disposal into potential ground-water resources /|
|Author||Norris, Fred A. ; Norri, Fred A.|
|CORP Author||Oklahoma Corp. Commission, Oklahoma City.|
|Publisher||[publisher not identified],|
|Stock Number||PB-218 414|
|Subjects||Groundwater--Pollution--Oklahoma--Texas County. ; Oil field brines--Oklahoma--Texas County.|
|Additional Subjects||( Oklahoma ; Water quality) ; ( Ground water ; Chemical composition) ; Brines ; Oil wells ; Sandstones ; Chlorides ; Aquifers ; Water resources ; Glorieta formation ; Liquid waste disposal|
|Collation||vii, 18 pages : map ; 28 cm.|
The Glorieta Formation lies a few hundred feet below the Ogallala Formation, a major fresh water aquifer in several states. The report presents findings and recommendations relative to water quality information in the Glorieta in an area where there has been no previous oil field brine disposal. The project entailed perforating and testing the Glorieta Section in an existing but abandoned oil-test well in the western part of Texas County, Oklahoma. Results of chemical analyses support previous conclusions that water from the Glorieta is high in chloride and dissolved solids and cannot be used for most beneficial purposes without being desalinized or being mixed with a high proportion of water of low dissolved solids content.
"16060HIJ 02/72." Includes bibliographical references (pages 17-18). Microfiche.