Mt. Princeton Temperatures

Of The Thermal Properties That We Usually Examine In Our Surveys, That Of The Temperature At 100M Is The Nearest To Reality . Gradients Vary With Lithology; Heat Flow Values Are Dependent On Estimates Or Laboratory Measurements Of Conductivities: And 200 Degrees Depths Are--For The Most Part--Fantasy . Near-Surface Temperatures, On The Other Hand, Are Either Actual Measurements, Or Extrapolations From Measurements 60 Meters Or Less Above That Depth . Thus, Patterns In 100M Temperatures Are A Reasonably Reliable Mapping Tool Of Moderate-Depth Temperature Regimes. Egi Reference Number Gl05023_9

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Citation Date 1979-01-15T00:00:00

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Original ID 5C42C249295C454F8967572808527790
Index Date 2014-06-17T12:40:58
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Original Version 1.2

Author

Name A. L. Lange
Email sbivens@egi.utah.edu

Geographic Extent

North Bound 42
South Bound 32.5
East Bound -34.26
West Bound -40.45