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An integrated thermal history study of the Beaufort-Mackenzie basin of northern Canada is underway using multiparameter data gathered as part of a twelve year petroleum systems research project. New and legacy percent vitrinite reflectance (%Ro) data for approximately 81 wells have been compiled and standardized in order to make maps and cross sections showing thermal maturity trends and to provide paleotemperature constraints for thermal models. Data were quality-assessed by comparing measured %Ro values with other temperature-sensitive indicators (Rock-Eval pyrograms, liptinite fluorescence, and degree of apatite fission track (AFT) thermal annealing) and inconsistent legacy %Ro data were reinterpreted in conjunction...

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