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The Hawaii Geothermal Project: An Aerometric Study of Mercury and Sulfur Emissions
|Title:||The Hawaii Geothermal Project: An Aerometric Study of Mercury and Sulfur Emissions|
|Publisher:||Geothermal Resources Council|
|Citation:||Siegel BZ, Siegel SM. 1978. The Hawaii Geothermal Project: An aerometric study of mercury and sulfur emissions. Geothermal Resources Council Transactions. 2: 597-599.|
|Abstract:||Predrilling environmental baseline studies and extensive ongoing comparative aerometry in volcanic and rift areas have made it possible to characterize the University Experimental Geothermal Well (HGP-A) as a low-Hg, low-H2S emitter and to account for high levels of Hg in the environs of HGP-A in terms of natural events and processes in Kilauea and the East Rift.|
|Sponsor:||Work performed under National Science Foundation Research Grant GI-38319, Energy Research and Development Administration Research Grants E(04-3)-1093 and EY-76-C-03-1093, and by grants from the University of Hawaii’s Environmental Center and Research and Training Revolving Fund.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Geothermal Collection|
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