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Environmental assessment and negative declaration : Scientific Observation Hole Program, district of Makawao, island of Maui
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|Title:||Environmental assessment and negative declaration : Scientific Observation Hole Program, district of Makawao, island of Maui |
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|Issue Date:||Mar 1990|
|Citation:||MCM Planning. 1990. Environmental assessment and negative declaration : Scientific Observation Hole Program, district of Makawao, island of Maui. Honolulu (HI): MCM Planning.|
|Abstract:||"The proposed project would involve drilling a slim (4-inch-diameter or less) scientific observation hole (SOH) to a nominal depth of approximately 4,000 to 6,500 feet at each of two locations within the Haleakala Southwest Rift Geothermal Resource Subzone (GRS) (Figure II-I). The scientific research undertaken would include: logging the core from the hole; taking temperature measurements during and after the drilling operations; collecting water samples where encountered; running downhole geophysical measurements; and, possibly performing potential reservoir analysis studies by injecting water into the holes. These holes are scientific observation holes only. They are not designed as production wells or to produce fluids, and the SOHs would not be flow tested or produced."|
Prepared for the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa, to submit to the Department of Land and Natural Resources, State of Hawaii
|Sponsor:||Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Appears in Collections:||The Geothermal Collection|
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