To learn more about the Fallon FORGE team findings you can review the Fallon FORGE team's Phase 1 Report and data submissions on the Geothermal Data Repository (GDR). In addition to the GDR, you can access the ArcGIS Dataset and view real-time data of seismic events.
Geothermal Data Repository
All data used in characterization of the Fallon FORGE site and construction of the Fallon 3D geologic model are available in the Geothermal Data Repository (GDR). This includes downhole lithologic data interpreted from core, cuttings, and mud logs; downhole image log and geophysical data; digital elevation data; geologic map data; petrographic data; geologic cross-sections, gravity and magnetic data; magnetotelluric data; down hole temperature data; shallow temperature data; well testing data; seismic reflection data; and seismicity data.
Phase 2 data include: InSAR , geodetic GPS monitoring, newly reprocessed Navy seismic reflection lines, full 3D geologic model, distinct element reservoir modeling inputs and outputs, updated lithology logs, Vs30m shear-wave velocities, outcrop analogue sample rock properties, gravity data, gravity inversions, rock core densities and magnetic susceptibilities, thermal-mechanical model inputs and outputs, geochemistry analyses, and FORGE 21-31 drilling data.
Click here to download an updated list of available data.
The ArcGIS Dataset for Fallon FORGE is available through Data.gov, the home of the U.S. Government’s open data.
The Fallon FORGE site has been instrumented with the latest microseismic monitoring technology. The public can view real-time data of seismic events on an interactive map and plotted in 3D scatter plot and obtain induced seismicity data. This activity is managed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.