Light Hydrocarbons for Petroleum and Gas Prospecting, V.T. Jones, M.D. Matthews and D.M. Richers, Geochemical Remote Sensing of the Subsurface. Handbook of Exploration Geochemistry, Vol. 7 (G.J.S. Govett, Editor) 1999 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved. Preprint

Predictions of Oil or Gas Potential by Near Surface Geochemistry., V.T. Jones and R.J. Drozd. AAPG Bulletin V.67, No. 6 (June 1983), P.932-952

Hydrocarbon Flux Variations in Natural and Anthropogenic Seeps, Presented at the AAPG Hedberg Research Conference: Near Surface Expression of Hydrocarbon Migration, April 24-28, 1994, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Unabridged version (70 Figures)

Free and Adsorbed Gas Relationships within Macroseeps. Submitted for AAPG Annual Meeting, April 18-21, 2004, Dallas, Texas.

The 1983 Landsat Soil-Gas Geochemical Survey of Patrick Draw Area, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, D.M. Richers, V.T. Jones, M.D. Matthews, J. Maciolek, R.J. Pirkle, and W.C. Sidle

Helium and Hydrogen Soil Gas Anomalies Associated with Deep or Active Faults, V.T. Jones and R.J. Pirkle, Presented to the American Chemical Society, March 29 - April 3, 1981, Atlanta, Georgia

Seismic Geochemical Prospecting - Surface and Marine Surveys

Overview of Geochemical Exploration Technology

Geochemical Associations with Zones of Seismic Disturbance (ZOD's)

Applications for Surface Geochemical Surveys. Boleneus, D., 1994, O&GJ

The Relationship Between Liquid Macroseeps and Light Hydrocarbons Microseeps

Soil Gas Calibration Surveys Over the Filo Morado and Loma de la Lata Oil and Gas Fields in the Neuquen Basin, Argentina

Dissolved Benzene Content of Subsurface Brines as a Proximity Indicator for Petroleum Deposits

Overview of Hydrocarbon Extractions in Soils and Waters: Research Needs and Problems

Geochemical Precursors and Deep Earth Gases in Relation to Earthquake Predictions

Sniffing for Oil and Earthquakes; Published in "The Orange Disc", a Gulf Oil Magazine, Fall of 1982

Mobile Mercury Applications in the Search for Gold

Surface Detection of Retort Gases from an Underground Coal Gasification Reactor in Steeply Dipping Beds near Rawlins, Wyoming, V.T. Jones and H.W. Thune, Presented at the 57th Annual Fall Technical Conference and Exhibition of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, New Orleans, LA, Sept. 26-29, 1982


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