Modeling Of Geothermal Gradient Data At The Livermore Property, California

Past Exploration Experience Indicates That Heat Flow And Geothermal Gradient Are Among The Most Useful Geophysical Exploration Techniques At The Geysers, California. In General The Heat Flow Outside The Steam Reservoir Is Conductive And Measured Gradients In 100-150 Meter Drill Holes Can Be Extrapolated With Reasonable Confidence, Assuming No Major Changes In Thermal Conductivity, To Calculate The Depth To The Steam Zone (See Urban And Others, 1976, For An Example). Egi Reference Number Gl05732_1

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Citation Date 1978-03-23T00:00:00

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Name David D. Blackwell
Email sbivens@egi.utah.edu

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North Bound 42
South Bound 32.5
East Bound -114.13
West Bound -124.57