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Fate of sodium sulfide and sodium bisulfide in steam muffler effluent

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Title: Fate of sodium sulfide and sodium bisulfide in steam muffler effluent
Authors: [unknown]
Keywords: environmental
groundwater
chemistry
Puna
Kilauea
Issue Date: [undated]
Citation: Fate of sodium sulfide and sodium bisulfide in steam muffler effluent.
Abstract: A Major unknown at present is the actual direction of groundwater flow in the Puna district. This presents a difficult problem for monitoring the effect of geothermal discharge on the basal groundwater system. At the present time, the only way to be certain of encountering a discharge plume would be to drill Monitoring wells that completely encircle the injection point. A possible Method of determining the direction of groundwater flow would be to inject a highly conductive solution (salt water) into the basal lens and perform either a Mis-a-la-Masse survey around the injection well or perform a time domain electromagnetic survey around the injection point.
Pages/Duration: 4 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/26752
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