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Self-potential surveys related to probable geothermal anomalies, Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii
|Statement||by Dallas B. Jackson and Maurice K. Sako.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 82-127., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-127.|
|Contributions||Sako, Maurice K., Geological Survey (U.S.), Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.|
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Fdn2018.com Technical Report: Self-potential surveys related to probable geothermal anomalies, Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii. Self-potential surveys related to probable geothermal anomalies, Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii Open-File Report By: D.B. Jackson and M.K. Sako. SELF-POTENTIAL SURVEYS RELATED TO PROBABLE GEOTHERMAL ANOMALIES, HUALALAI VOLCANO, Self-potential surveys related to probable geothermal anomalies By Dallas B.
Jackson and Maurice K. Sako U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory Hawaii National Park, HI Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has Hawaii book been reviewed for conformity with U.S.
Geological Survey editorialCited by: 3. Add tags for "Self-potential surveys related to probable geothermal anomalies, Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii". Be the first. The assessment of geothermal resource potential was based on a qualitative interpretation of regional surveys based on the following types of data: groundwater temperature, geologic age, geochemistry, resistivity, infrared, seismic, magnetics, gravity, self-potential, and exploratory drilling.
Geothermal evolution of an intruded dike in the rift zone of Kilauea volcano, Hawaii from VLF and self-potential measurements.
Author links open overlay panel Paul M. Davis. M.K. SakoSelf-potential surveys related to probable geothermal anomalies, Hualalai volcano, Hawaii. U.S. Geol. Surv. Open File Rep., 82– () Cited by: 2. the Hawaiian Islands, it is probable that the zones of good permeability are related to fracturing during dike emplacement.
The dikes which form rift zones are individually only a few feet wide, dip from 90· to 70· and, in densely intruded areas, are spaced only a few feet apart.
Hydrological studies and chemical analyses of fluids produced. Following a month hiatus in eruptive activity, Kilauea volcano extruded roughly 35?. m3 of tholeiitic basalt from vents along its middle east rift zone during 13 September-1 October, The lengthy prelude to this eruption began with a magnitude earthquake on 29 November,and included rapid summit deflation episodes in June, July, and August and February Anomalously high b-values in the South Flank of Kilauea volcano, Hawaii: evidence for the distribution of magma below Kilauea's East rift zone.
The association of South Flank b-value anomalies with rift zone magma reservoirs and magnetic and self-potential anomalies argues that the reservoirs are persistent features. Both the crack and pore Cited by: resource area of the proposed Kilauea Southwest Rift Geothermal Resource Subzone located between the western boundary of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Highway ASSESSMENT OF GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE A Geothermal Resources Technical Committee was formed by the Department of Land and Natural Resources consisting of experts in the field of.
If indeed the technology can be developed, the surface facilities obviously must be portable. At Kilauea Iki, for example, the crater has been partly filled three times sinceand it is probable that there will be more eruptive episodes in the near future.
Kilauea Volcano and Kapoho Geothermal Area of Hawaii. %0 Journal Article %A Adams, W.M. %D %T First strong-motion instrumentation in Hawaii: with results from the earthquake of April 26, %J Bulletin of the Seismological Soc.
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Lenchevtrement des units volcaniques et volcano-sdimentaires la Aubis-Trouilh, A., Kirkwood, D. and. Petrology of Hualalai volcano, Hawaii: Implication for mantle composition.
USGS Publications Warehouse. Clague, D.A.; Jackson, E.D.; Wright, T.L. Hualalai. Trace element and isotope geochemistry of geothermal fluids, East Rift Zone, Kilauea, Hawaii. SciTech Connect. and self-potential anomalies, which are areas of thermal upwelling above a hot source. Geothermal evolution of an intruded dike in the rift zone of Kilauea volcano, Hawaii from VLF and self-potential measurements.
NASA. DavisGeothermal Evolution of an Intruded Dike in the Rift Zone of Kilauea-SP_VLF - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Evolusi Geothermal di Hawai. ASPECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURE - University of Utah. The volcano-sedimentary structure underlying the basin with the included fossiliferous layers is newly interpreted as a maar-diatreme.
The radiometric age of the basalts was determined to +/- Ma and +/- Ma - late Eocene, Priabonian.