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EARTH SCIENCES DIVISION Publications 4406-5011 1.

Narasimhan, T.N., Neuman, S.P. and Edwards, A.L., 1975, Mixed explicitimplicit iterative finite element scheme for diffusion-type problems: II. Solution strategy and examples: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4406, p. 325-344. [International Journal for Numerical r/[ethods in Engineering, v. 11, p. 325-344 (1977) J

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Marsh, A.R. III, Klain, G, and Vermeulen, T., 1975, Polymerization kinetics and equilibria of silicic acid in aqueous systems: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4415, 172 p.

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llJollenberg, H.A., 1975, Sampling hot springs for radioactive and trace elements: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4422, 22 p. [presented at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop on Sampling Geothermal Effluents, Las Vegas, NV, October 20-21, 1975J

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Hebert, A.J., 1976, A quantum mechanical treatment of an electromotive force of fusion: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL4424, 7 p.

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Trippe, T.G., White, V.A., Henderson, F.B. III, and Phillips, S.L., 1975, GEODOC - The GRID Document File, Record Structure and Data Element Description: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4432, 26 p. [National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. CorrrrnerceJ

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Smith, A.R., Bowman, H.R., Mosier, D.F., Asaro, F., Wollenberg, H.A., and King, Chi-Yu, 1975, Investigation of radon-222 in subsurface waters as an earthquake prediction: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4445, 12 p.

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Vollintine, L" and Weres, 0., 1976, Public opinion concerning geothermal development in Lake county, California; Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4447, 55 p. .

8. Wollenberg, H.A., 1975, Geothermal studies in Northern Nevada: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, UniverSity of California, LBL-4451, 7 p. 9.

Green, M.A., Pines, H.S., and Silvester, L.F., 1975, A computer model of the thermodynamic properties of geothermal brines (abs): Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4453. [Submitted to 11th Intersociety-Energy Conversion Conference, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, September 12-17, 1976J .

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Pines, H.S. and Green, M.A., 1976, The use of program GEOTHM to design and optimize geothermal power cycles: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-4454, 7 p.

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Witherspoon, P .A. and Gale, J. E., 1976, Mechanical and hydraulic properties of rocks related to induced seismicity: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, UniverSity of California, LBL-4455, 49 p.


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Silvester, L.F., and Pitzer, K.S., 1976, Thermodyanics of geothermal brines I. Thermodynamic properties of vapor-saturated NaCl (aq) solutions from 0-300 o C: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LB1-

4456, 62 p.

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Narasimhan, T.N. and Witherspoon, P.A., 1976, Numerical model for land subsidence in shallow groundwater systems: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LB1-4461, 10 p.

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Lippmann, M.J., Narasimhan, T.N. and Witherspoon, P.A., 1976, Numerical simulation of reservoir compaction in liquid dominated geothermal systems: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 181-

4462, 11 p.

15. Bard, J.C., Asaro, F. and Heizer, R.F., 1976, Perspectives on dating of Great Basin petroglyphs by neutron activation analysis of the patinated surfaces: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 181-

4475, 27 p.

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Narasimhan, T.N., 1976, A perspective on nuillberial analysis of the diffusion equation: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LB1-

4482, 29 p.

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Stross, F.H., Asaro, F., Michel, H.V., and Gruhn, R., 1976, Sources of some obsidian flakes from a paleoindian site in Guatemala: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 181-4483, 10 p.

18. Witherspoon, P.A., Narasimhan, T.N., and McEdwards, D,G., 1976, Results of Interference Tests from Two Geothermal Reservoirs: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 181-4484, 10 p.

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Narasimhan, T.N. and Witherspoon, P,A., 1977, Numerical model for saturatedunsaturated flow in deformable porous media, I. Theory: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LB1-4485, p. 657-664. [Published in Water Resources Research. v. 13, no. 3, p. 657-664.J

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Hilber, H.M., Hughes, T.J.R., and Taylor, R.L., 1976, Improved numerical dissipation for time integration algorithms in structural dynamics: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 181-4486, 19 p.

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Sass, J .H., Olmsted, F .R., Sorey, M~L., Lachenbruch, A.H~ ~ Munroe, R,J . , Galanis, S.P., Jr., and Wollenberg, H.A" 1976, Geothermal data from test wells drilled in Grass Valley and Buffalo Valley, Nevada; Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 181-4489,

43 p. 22.

Case, C. W. and Wilde, P., 1976, Methods for geothermal reservoir detection emphasizing submerged environments: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Univeristy of California, 181-4495, 64 p.

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Apps, J.A., Doe, T.W., Galbraith, R.H., Kearns, A.J., Kohrt, B.R.~ Long, J.C" Monroe, A., Nelson, P.H., and Wilson, CoR., 1978, Recommended well drilling and testing program: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LB1-5011, 72 p.


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