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Abstract

A series of geophysical research projects was carried out on Milos (Greece) to test and improve the various exploration techniques and strategies using the known geothermal reservoir of the island. Eight research teams from four countries carried out field experiments in joint efforts between 1984 and 1988. Magnetotelluric (MT, AMT and AAMT), electric-self-potential and seismological methods were applied to achieve a better understanding of the correspondence between the internal structure and geometry of the geothermal reservoir and changes in the relevant physical parameters. The purpose of this special issue is to report the key findings of each of the project teams, to set them in context and to draw conclusions from the overall experiment.

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Authors: GARNISH J, CEC, BRUXELLES (BE);INSTITUTE OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF RHINELAND AND WESTPHALIA, AACHEN (DE);STAROSTE E, CEC, BRUXELLES (BE);INSTITUTE OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF RHINELAND AND WESTPHALIA, AACHEN (DE);WOHLENBERG J (EDITORS) CEC, BRUXELLES (BE), CEC, BRUXELLES (BE);INSTITUTE OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF RHINELAND AND WESTPHALIA, AACHEN (DE);INSTITUTE OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF RHINELAND AND WESTPHALIA, AACHEN (DE), CEC, BRUXELLES (BE);INSTITUTE OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF RHINELAND AND WESTPHALIA, AACHEN (DE)
Bibliographic Reference: BOOK: EUR 12033 EN (1989) 628 PP. ISSN 0375-6505 PERGAMON PRESS PLC, HEADINGTON HILL HALL, OXFORD OX3 OBW (GB)
Record Number: 1989128073400 / Last updated on: 1990-11-09
Category: PUBLICATION
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