Progress Report Processing of Hypersaline Brine

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There are several known areas in the Imperial Valley of California where geothermal brines having probable commercial value exist. The main ones being considered today are the Niland area, Heber area, East Mesa, and North Brawley. The bottom-hole temperatures and salinity of the brines from the different areas show wide variation. The highest bottom-hole temperatures and highest salinity so far known are found in the Niland area. This area covers the largest areas of proven ground so far known in this vicinity. This is the area considered as producing the Hypersaline Brines.

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Hutchinson, A.J.L. January 1, 1976.

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There are several known areas in the Imperial Valley of California where geothermal brines having probable commercial value exist. The main ones being considered today are the Niland area, Heber area, East Mesa, and North Brawley. The bottom-hole temperatures and salinity of the brines from the different areas show wide variation. The highest bottom-hole temperatures and highest salinity so far known are found in the Niland area. This area covers the largest areas of proven ground so far known in this vicinity. This is the area considered as producing the Hypersaline Brines.

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  • Conference on scale management in geothermal energy development, San Diego, CA, August 2-4, 1976

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  • Report No.: COO-2607-4
  • Report No.: CONF-760844-8
  • Grant Number: E(11-1)-2607
  • Grant Number: NSF-G-AER-74-17445
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 886862
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc892712

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Hutchinson, A.J.L. Progress Report Processing of Hypersaline Brine, article, January 1, 1976; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc892712/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.