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Name of the Technique Cuttings Analysis

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Category
  • Data and Modeling Techniques
    • Data Techniques
      • Data Acquisition-Manipulation
      • Geographic Information System
      • Geothermal Literature Review
    • Modeling Techniques
      • Analytical Modeling
      • Conceptual Model
      • Modeling-Computer Simulations
      • Numerical Modeling
      • Portfolio Risk Modeling
  • Downhole Techniques
    • Borehole Seismic Techniques
      • Single-Well And Cross-Well Seismic Imaging
      • Vertical Seismic Profiling
    • Formation Testing Techniques
    • Open-Hole Techniques
    • Well Log Techniques
      • Acoustic Logs
        • Cement Bond Log
        • Cross-Dipole Acoustic Log
      • Caliper Log
      • Chemical Logging
      • Density Log
      • Gamma Log
      • Image Logs
      • Mud Logging
      • Neutron Log
      • Pressure Temperature Log
      • Single-Well and Cross-Well Resistivity
      • Spontaneous Potential Well Log
    • Well Testing Techniques
      • Downhole Fluid Sampling
      • Earth Tidal Analysis
      • Flow Test
      • Injectivity Test
      • Static Temperature Survey
      • Stress Test
      • Tracer Testing
      • Vertical Flowmeter Test
  • Drilling Techniques
    • Development Drilling
      • Observation Wells
      • Production Wells
      • Well Deepening
    • Exploration Drilling
      • Core Holes
      • Exploratory Boreholes
      • Exploratory Well
      • Hydroprobe
      • Microhole Array
      • Slim Holes
      • Step-out Well
      • Thermal Gradient Holes
  • Field Methods
  • Field Techniques
    • Data Collection and Mapping
      • 2-M Probe Survey
      • Fault Mapping
      • Field Mapping
      • Hand-held X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)
      • Macrophotography
      • Portable X-Ray Diffraction (XRD)
    • Field Sampling
      • Gas Sampling
        • Gas Flux Sampling
        • Soil Gas Sampling
        • Surface Gas Sampling
      • Water Sampling
        • Groundwater Sampling
        • Surface Water Sampling
  • Geochemical Techniques
    • Geochemical Data Analysis
      • Thermal Ion Dispersion
      • Thermochronometry
  • Geophysical Techniques
    • Electrical Techniques
      • Direct-Current Resistivity Survey
        • Electrical Profiling Configurations
          • DC Resistivity Survey (Dipole-Dipole Array)
          • DC Resistivity Survey (Mise-A-La-Masse)
          • DC Resistivity Survey (Pole-Dipole Array)
        • Vertical Electrical Sounding Configurations
          • DC Resistivity Survey (Schlumberger Array)
          • DC Resistivity Survey (Wenner Array)
      • Electromagnetic Techniques
        • Airborne Electromagnetic Survey
        • Ground Electromagnetic Techniques
          • Electromagnetic Profiling Techniques
            • Frequency-Domain Electromagnetic Survey
          • Electromagnetic Sounding Techniques
            • Magnetotelluric Techniques
              • Audio-Magnetotellurics
              • Controlled Source Audio MT
              • Magnetotellurics
              • Z-Axis Tipper Electromagnetics
            • Telluric Survey
            • Time-Domain Electromagnetics
        • Self Potential
    • Gravity Techniques
      • Airborne Gravity Survey
      • Ground Gravity Survey
      • Microgravity-Hybrid Microgravity
    • Magnetic Techniques
      • Aeromagnetic Survey
      • Controlled Source Frequency-Domain Magnetics
      • Ground Magnetics
    • Seismic Techniques
      • Active Seismic Techniques
        • Reflection Survey
        • Refraction Survey
      • Passive Seismic Techniques
        • Micro-Earthquake
        • Teleseismic-Seismic Monitoring
  • Lab Analysis Techniques
    • Fluid Lab Analysis
      • Compound and Elemental Analysis
      • Fluid Inclusion Analysis
      • Isotopic Analysis- Fluid
      • Mercury Vapor
      • Trace Element Analysis
    • Rock Lab Analysis
      • Core Analysis
      • Cuttings Analysis
      • Isotopic Analysis- Rock
      • Over Core Stress
      • Paleomagnetic Measurements
      • Petrography Analysis
      • Rock Density
      • X-Ray Diffraction (XRD)
      • X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)
  • Remote Sensing Techniques
    • Active Sensors
      • Radar
        • InSAR
        • PSInSAR
        • SAR
        • SqueeSAR
        • SRT
    • Passive Sensors
      • Aerial Photography
      • FLIR
      • Geodetic Survey
      • Hyperspectral Imaging
      • Long-Wave Infrared
      • Multispectral Imaging
      • Near Infrared Surveys
      • Oblique Aerial & Ground Visible Band & Thermographic Imaging
      • Radiometrics
      • Stereo Satellite Imagery
      • SWIR
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Field Procedures: Description of actions, equipment and footprint of the activity. What is the footprint? What equipment is used?
What is the size? How permanent? How Invasive? Will roads need to be constructed? Can it be done on foot? Off road vehicle?

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Physical Properties: Describes the fundamental science behind the technique.
Data Acquisition: Two lists: Acquire – how is new data acquired in the field
Access – where/how do you access already acquired data (e.g. LANDSAT data) – provide links and instructions whenever possible.

Best Practices: Things you have control over (e.g. When/where is this technique most useful to apply?
When is it a waste of money?What are some best practices when implementing?)

Potential Pitfalls: Things you can’t control and have to work around (e.g. Sources of error; Downsides to method)
Related Research: Links to recent research in the application of this technique to geothermal
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