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  • Thomas, D.M.; Gudmundsson, J.S. (Hawaii Institute of Geophysics / National Energy Authority, 1989)
    The International Workshop on Deposition of Solids in Geothermal systems was held in August 1988. Papers were presented on field and laboratory studies of scale deposition from geothermal fluids and in geothermal reservoirs. ...
  • Chen, C.; Thomas, D.M. (Journal of Environmental Quality, 1994-01/19)
    We have conducted a field study of soil gas transport processes using radon gas as a naturally occurring tracer. The experiment monitored soil gas radon activity, soil moisture, and soil temperature at depth; barometric ...
  • Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project; Depaolo, D.J.; Stolper, E.M.; Thomas, D.M. (Hawaii Scientific Drilling Project, 1994)
    Detailed core lithology descriptions for the core recovered from the HSDP pilot hole.
  • Thomas, D.M.; Cotter, J.M.; Holford, D. (Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 1991-12-13)
    An effort to define and characterize the environmental effects that control the release and mobility of radon in the environment is presented. The results of our preliminary field experiments on the long-term study of our ...
  • Thomas, D.M.; Gudmundsson, J.S. (Geothermics, 1989)
    The closing session of the International Workshop on the Deposition of Solids in Geothermal Systems consisted of the formation of special interest working groups to discuss future research directions in the fields of ...
  • Chen, C.; Thomas, D.M.; Green, R.E.; Wagenet, R.J (Soil Science Society of America Journal, 1993-05/19)
    Estimation of hydraulic: properties or soils having macropores is difficult, yet very important for describing soil-water flow dynamics. Conventional approaches of defining macroporosity based on pore size may not be ...

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