Browsing Hawai'i Institute of Geophysics & Planetology (HIGP) by Subject "magma energy"

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  • Hardee, HC (Sandia National Laboratories, 1980-09-01)
    A comparative assessment of five sites is being prepared as part of a Continental Scientific Drilling Program (CSDP) review of thermal regimes for the purpose of scoping areas for future research and drilling activities. ...
  • Colp, JL.; Okamura, RT (Sandia Laboratories, 1978-01-01)
    The scientific feasibility of extracting energy directly from buried circulating magma resources is being assessed. One of the tasks of the project is the study of geophysical measuring systems to locate and define buried ...
  • Colp, John L (Sandia National Laboratories, 1982)
    The objective of the Magma Energy Research Project is to determine the scientific feasibility of extracting energy from magma bodies. Project activities are divided into five individual tasks representing all aspects of ...
  • Colp, JL (Sandia Laboratories, 1980-03-01)
    A short review of the work performed by Sandia Laboratories in connection with its Magma Energy Research Project is provided. Results to date suggest that boreholes will remain stable down to magma depths and engineering ...
  • Colp, John L (Sandia National Laboratories, 1976)
  • Colp, John L (Sandia Laboratories, 1974-11)
    The objective of the Direct Magma Tap Research Program now under way at Sandia Laboratories is to investigate the feasibility of extracting energy directly from deeply buried circulating magma sources. With temperatures ...
  • Zablocki, Charles J (U.S. Geological Survey, 1976)
    In recent years, the U.S. Geological Survey has been applying various electrical-magnetic (E-M) geophysical techniques to the study of volcanologic processes at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. Some of these studies have been ...
  • Dunn, JC (Sandia National Laboratories, 1987-01-01)
    The current magma energy project is assessing the engineering feasibility of extracting thermal energy directly from crustal magma bodies. The estimated size of the US resource (50,000 to 500,000 quads) suggests a considerable ...

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