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1-Sep-1980Comparative assessment of five potential sites for hydrothermal-magma systems : Energy transportHardee, HC
1991Composition of waters from the research drill hole at summit of Kilauea Volcano and of selected thermal and non-thermal groundwaters, HawaiiTilling, Robert I.; Jones, Blair F.
30-Sep-1974Conceptual design 10 MW experimental power generation facility-
1985Continental Scientific Drilling Program : Department of NavyDepartment of Navy
1-Jan-1976Deep research drill hole at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. [1,262 m]Zablocki, C.J.; Tilling, RI.; Peterson, DW.; Christiansen, RL.; Keller, G.V.
1-Jan-1978Drilling into molten rock at Kilauea IkiColp, J.L.; Okamura, RT
Apr-1975Economic factors in the longevity of resourcesPeterson, Richard E.
Mar-1975Economic factors in the optimal depletion of resourcesPeterson, Richard E.
1-Nov-2009Energy Independence . . . It's up to us. Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative-
Jun-1979Environmental assessment : Hydrothermal Geothermal Subprogram-
Jan-1973Environmental assessment of an investigation of the hydrothermal system at Kilauea Volcano, HawaiiTilling, Robert I.
1-Mar-1995Environmental resources of selected areas of Hawaii: Ecological resourcesTrettin, CC.; Tolbert, VR.; Jones, AT.; Smith, CR.; Kalmijn, AJ
14-May-1996EPA Site Evaluation of PGU-
1981Evaluation of major dike-impounded ground-water reservoirs, island of OahuTakasaki, Kiyoshi J.
Jan-1985Evolution of the HGP-A power plantShupe, John W.
1-Apr-1974Experimental Resistivity Electrode Emplacement for the Hawaii Geothermal ProjectBrandvold, GE
1984Explosive eruptions of Kilauea Volcano, HawaiiDecker, Robert W.; Christiansen, Robert L.
Dec-1988Federal agency rules and regulations relating to the cable construction project-
1-Dec-1979Geophysical sensing experiments on Kilauea Iki lava lakeHermance, JF.; Forsyth, DW.; Colp, J.L.
Apr-2004GeoPowering the West: Hawaii; Why Geothermal?National Renewable Energy Laboratory, a DOE National Laboratory