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EARTH SCIENCES DIVISION Publications

5983-6332

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Geothermal Subsidence Research Program Plan, 1977, Energy and Environment Division: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-5983, 111 p.

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Davey, J.V., 1977, Survey Report: Study of information/education discussions with private industries and public institutions on the direct-heat utilization of geothermal energy: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-5988, 29 p.

3.

Tsang, C-F., McEdwards, D.G., Narasimhan, T.N., and Witherspoon, P.A., 1977, Variable flow well test analysis by a computer assisted matching procedure: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-5994, 12 p.

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Seth, M., and Vermeulen, T., 1977, Interaction of a sub-bituminous coal with a strong acid and a strong base: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-5997, 103 p.

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Silvester, L.F. and Pitzer, K.S., 1977, Thermodynamics of electrolytes. VIII. High-temperature properties, including enthalpy and heat capacity, with application to NaCl: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-62l7, 37 p.

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Green, M.A., Pines, H.S., Pope, W.L., and Williams, J.D., 1977, Thermodynamic and cost optimization using program GEOTHM: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-6303, 4 p.

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Green, r/[.A., Doyle, P.A., Pines, H.S., Pope, W.L., and Silvester, L.F., 1977, The optimization of alternative energy cycles using program GEOTHM: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-630S, lS p.

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Tsang, C-F., Lippmann, M.J., and Witherspoon, P.A., 1977, Underground aquifer storage of hot water from solar energy collectors: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-6309, 10 p.

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Snoke, A.W., Bowman, H.R., and Hebert, A.J., 1977, The Preston Peak ophiolite, Klamath Mountains, California, an jmmature island arc: Petrochemical evidence: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, IBL-6322, p. 67-79. [Published by California Division of ]\'I:ines and Geology ]

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Beyer, J.H., 1977, Telluric and D.C. resistivity techniques applied to the geophysical investigation of basin and range geothermal systems, Part I: The E-Field Ratio Telluric Method: Lawrence Berkeley laboratory, University of California, IBL-6325, 135 p.


Telluric and D.C. resistivity techniques applied to the geophysical investigation of Basin and Range geothermal systems~ Part II: A numerical model study of the dipole-dipole and Schlumberger resistivity methods: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory~ University of California, LBL-6325, 211 p.

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Beyer~ J.H.~ 1977~

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Beyer, J.H., 1977, Telluric and D.C. resistivity techniques applied to the geophysical investigation of Basin and Range geothermal systems, Part III: The analysis of data from Grass Valley, Nevada: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-6325, 115 p.

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Tsang, C-F., Goranson, C.B., Lippmann, M.J., and Witherspoon, P.A., 1977, Modeling underground storage in aquifers of hot water from solar power systems: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-6327, 7 p.

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Lippmann, M.J., Tsang, C-F., and Witherspoon, P.A., 1977, Analysis of the response of geothermal reservoirs under injection and production procedures: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-6328, 15 p.

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Dey, A. and Morrison, H.F., 1977, An analysis of the bipole-dipole resistivity method for geothermal exploration: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, LBL-6332, 60 p.


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