Modern perspectives on measuring and intrepreting seafloor heat flux : the future of marine heat flow: defining scientific goals and experimental needs for the 21st century; Salt Lake City, Utah, 6-7 September 2007 Public Deposited

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  • There has been a renaissance of interest in marine heat flow in the past 10–15 years, coinciding with fundamental achievements in understanding the Earth’s thermal state and quantifying the dynamics and impacts of material and energy fluxes within and between the lithosphere and hydrosphere. At the same time, technical capabilities have dwindled to the point that no U.S. academic institution currently operates a seagoing heat flow capacity.
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  • Harris, R. N., A. Fisher, C. Ruppel, and F. Martinez (2008), Modern Perspectives on Measuring and Interpreting Seafloor Heat Flux, Eos Trans., 89, 3.
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