Hydrogeologic analysis of shallow hole temperatures at Allen Springs and Lee Hot Springs, Churchill County, Nevada
AuthorMiller, Donn William
Geological Sciences & Engineering
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Temperature data has been obtained at a depth of 1 meter in the area of Lee Hot Springs and Allen Springs and is used to interpret their hydrogeologic implications.
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