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ABSTRACT Preliminary maps were constructed, and submitted to the DOE, of depositional cycles in the Middle and Lower Members of the Green River Formation, including boundaries, total sandstone, and total feet of porosity. Work on the stratigraphic sections in Nine Mile and Desolation Canyons is continuing in hope of defining more detail in the depositional interpretation and in the surface-to-subsurface correlations. Several miles of outcrop in Nine Mile Canyon was photographed and a series of continuous photomosaics were constructed. Correlations between measured sections were made using the photomosaics and later walking out several key beds between the sections. Future field work will concentrate on determining the south to north (proximal to distal) depositional pattern. Numerous new wells have been added to the well database. Many of the correlations have been used by the Technical Advisory Board Members and as a result, the correlations in several key wells have been revised. A new set of maps will be constructed using the updated well database. i

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