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Soller, D.R., Price, S.D., Kempton, J.P. and Berg, R.C. (1999) Three-Dimensional Geologic Maps of Quaternary Sediments in East-Central Illinois. United States Geological Survey 0607937041.

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  • TITLE: Three-Dimensional Geologic Modeling and Groundwater Flow Modeling above a CO2 Sequestration Test Site

    AUTHORS: Erin Carlock, Eric W. Peterson, David H. Malone

    KEYWORDS: Carbon Sequestration, Petrel, Hydrogeology, MODFLOW, Glacial Sediments

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Modern Hydrology, Vol.6 No.3, July 29, 2016

    ABSTRACT: As temperatures rise and climate change becomes an increasingly important issue, geologic carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestration is a viable solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Subsurface 3-D modeling and groundwater flow modeling were completed as a component of a CO2 sequestration feasibility study in the city of Decatur, Illinois. The Decatur Archer Daniels Midland Company Ethanol Plant (ADM) serves as the injection site for a CO2 sequestration project within a deep saline reservoir. Petrel was successfully used to model the glacial deposits in the area. The 3-D geologic model shows the Peoria Silt, Wedron Formation, and Cahokia Formation at the surface with the Wedron Formation holding up the steep slopes along the east and west banks of Lake Decatur. The groundwater flow model outlined the location of a local groundwater divide and showed flow from the injection site would flow towards Lake Decatur, reaching the lake in 80 days.