Hole C0002T Well Logging, Expedition 358

C0002T hole was drilled from 2816.5 to 2828.5 (mbsf) by one run. Run1: 8-1/2" bit + Mud Motor + TeleScope.


The well log is a record of one or more physical measurements as a function of depth in a borehole (From “Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics”). To measure the various values at once, one or more sondes comprise a tool string. Formation evaluation, lithological classification, and other geological interpretations are carried out from the logging curves or crossplots.

Digital Log Data and Graphics Format

Data Index

See also data in the database for the same hole to refer related information.

Type File (length in bytes) Remark
ORIGINAL DATA Verification 358_C0002T_Time.html (38010) MWD (TeleScope D&I) RT DML (Drilling Mechanics Log)
ORIGINAL DATA Survey 358_C0002T_Survey_Report.xlsx (50916) Survey Report
ORIGINAL DATA Original MWD/LWD Time base data (dlis) 358_C0002T_Time.dlis (19520256) RT DML (Drilling Mechanics Log) only
ORIGINAL DATA Original MWD/LWD Time base data (las) 358_C0002T_Time.las (7220497) RT DML (Drilling Mechanics Log) only
PROCESSED Document Data processing note 358_C0002T_Supplemental_memo.pdf (31919) Data processing note