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Listed below are software items directly associated with the Geology, Energy & Minerals Science Center:

R Code Supporting the Manuscript: Using Stochastic Point Pattern Analysis to Track Regional Orientations of Magmatism During the Transition to Cenozoic Extension and Rio Grande Rifting, Southern Rocky Mountains

This repository contains code that supports ongoing research in the southern Rocky Mountains in Colorado and northern New Mexico. This region hosted intracontinental magmatism that developed during a tectonic transition from shortening (Laramide orogeny, ca. 75 to 40 Ma) through extension and rifting. The code in this repository presents a novel approach that uses stochastic weighted bootstrap sim

Computer programs for the assessment of coal resources (ver. 2.0, April 2021)

The USGS assessment and methodology reports cited within this software release require extensive processing using computational methods and modeling. The most demanding aspects of the modeling were performed using publicly available software: SGeMS and GSLIB (See the 'related External Resources' section on this webpage to learn more about this software). This publication releases the FORTRAN sourc

T2CPI Source Code

This source code (T2CPI) is to accompany the paper "Modeling Geologic Sequestration of CO2 in a Deep Saline Carbonate Reservoir with T2CPI, a New Tool for Reactive Transport Modeling" published in Environmental Geosciences.