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The Anadarko Hot Ice 1well was cored with a continuous coring system that recovered a 3.25-in.-diameter (8.25-cm-diameter) core from 107 to 2300 ft (33 to 701 m) below the surface. Core recovery was 94.5%. The coring proceeded in two phases, separated by a summer of noactivity. In phase I, the core was acquired from 107 to 1400 ft (33 to 427 m). With the exception of the bottom 140 ft (43 m), the phase I core was from the permafrost interval. The base of the permafrost interval was identified at a depth of 1260 ft (384 m). The core...

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