Repeat temperature measurements in borehole GC-1, northwestern Utah: towards isolating a climate-change signal borehole temperature profiles Public Deposited

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  • Temperature-depth profiles in borehole CC-I, northwestern Utah, were measured in 1978, 1990, and 1992. Borehole temperatures below 80 m depth are highly reproducible over the 14 year period indicating long term thermal stability. A slowly changing temperature field above 80 m depth has similiar characteristics to synthetic temperature profiles computed from a 100 year record of air temperature changes at Park Valley weather station 50 km northeast of the borehole site.
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  • Chapman, David S., and Robert N. Harris. "Repeat temperature measurements in borehole GC-1, northwestern Utah: towards isolating a climate-change signal borehole temperature profiles." Geophysical Research Letters 20.18 (1993): 1891-94. Print.
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