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Mapping thermal anomalies on an active volcano by the self-potential method, Kilauea, Hawaii
|Title:||Mapping thermal anomalies on an active volcano by the self-potential method, Kilauea, Hawaii|
|Authors:||Zablocki, Charles J.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Geothermal resources--Hawaii--Hawaii Island|
|Publisher:||U.N. Symposium on the Development and Use of Geothermal Resources|
|Citation:||Zablocki CJ. 1976. 'Mapping Thermal Anomalies on an Active Volcano by the Self-Potential Method, Kilauea, Hawaii', Proc. 2nd U.N. Symposium on the Development and Use of Geothermal Resources, San Francisco, 2, 1299.|
|Abstract:||Surface measurement of self-potential (SP) on Kilauea Volcano appears to be the single most useful geophysical method for identifying and delineating thermal anomalies related to concealed magma reservoirs and still-hot intrusive zones. Evidence supports an electrokinetic origin for the large anomalies. The SP technique is not only a powerful tool for mapping hot areas on an active volcano but also may provide insight into the dynamic workings of geothermal systems.|
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