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|Citation:||GeothermEx, Inc. Geophysics. Richmond (CA): GeothermEx, Inc.|
|Abstract:||"This review consisted of consultation of most of the original geophysical reports from the files of GeothermEx, followed by the examination|
of ENEL's evaluation of existing data for the KERZ.
Homogeneous coverage of the KERZ is afforded by only three kinds
of geophysical data: passive seismic , aeromagnetic, and airborne EM (VLF). Other types of data, including ground-based geoelectrical , gravimetric, microearthquake, and ground noise, have been collected rather intensively in the Lower KERZ, east of Pahoa; however, these data are virtually non-existent for the Middle and Upper parts of the KERZ. Even within the Lower KERZ, however, the distribution of observing points has been very uneven; station positions have apparently been confined to the irregular, mostly sparse, distribution of roads."
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