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Abbott, Dallas H; Menke, William; Hobart, Michael A; Anderson, Roger N; Embley, Robert W (1984): Component parts of the World Heat Flow Data Collection. PANGAEA,

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Abbott, Dallas H; Menke, William; Hobart, Michael A; Anderson, Roger N; Embley, Robert W (1984): Correlated sediment thickness, temperature gradient and excess pore pressure in a marine fault block basin. Geophysical Research Letters, 11(5), 485-488,
International Heat Flow Commission, I H F C (2012): Global Heat Flow Database. The Global Heat Flow Database of the International Heat Flow Commission (IHFC), University of North Dakota, USA; (data copied, 2012-10),
Further details:
Jessop, Alan M; Hobart, Michael A; Sclater, John G (1976): The World Heat Flow Data Collection - 1975. Geological Survey of Canada, Earth Physics Branch, Geothermal Series, 5, 10 pp, hdl:10013/epic.40176.d002
Median Latitude: 10.077564 * Median Longitude: -90.494103 * South-bound Latitude: 9.941700 * West-bound Longitude: -90.987000 * North-bound Latitude: 10.210000 * East-bound Longitude: -90.003000
Minimum ELEVATION: -4016 m a.s.l. * Maximum ELEVATION: -3653 m a.s.l.
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1Area/localityAreaAbbott, Dallas H
2Sample, optional label/labor noLab noAbbott, Dallas HSite name
5ELEVATIONElevationm a.s.l.Geocode
6Depth, top/minDepth topmAbbott, Dallas HMinimum depth
7Depth, bottom/maxDepth botmAbbott, Dallas HMaximum depth
8Number of temperature dataNo TempsAbbott, Dallas H
9Temperature gradientT gradmK/mAbbott, Dallas H
10Conductivity, averageCond averageW/m KAbbott, Dallas H
11Heat flowHFmW/m2Abbott, Dallas H
12NumberNoAbbott, Dallas HNumber of individual sites
13Method commentMethod commAbbott, Dallas H
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