Soil temperatures were measured by using a geothermometer
, and air temperatures and RH were measured using dry and wet bulb thermometers, respectively.
Calcic amphibole equilibria and a new amphibole-plagioclase geothermometer
1998) has cautioned against the unequivocal use of interstratified I-S as a geothermometer
and has provided further evidence that factors such as pore fluid chemistry and rock to fluid ratios can have an important role in determining the reaction progress of clay mineral diagenesis.
When we used this geothermometer
, we always assumed that no significant changes occurred in the chemical composition of water and possible boiling may be considered as adiabatic .
1990, Fluid-inclusion technique for determining maximum temperature in calcite and its comparison to the vitrinite reflectance geothermometer
1998) Application of graphite as a geothermometer
in hydrothermally altered metamorphic rocks of the Merelani-Lelatema area, Mozambique Belt, northeastern Tanzania.
The temperature, based on the quartz-tourmaline geothermometer
of Kotzer et al.
1973: An empirical Na-K-Ca geothermometer
for natural waters.
Temperatures estimated using the Ti-in-zircon geothermometer
recalibrated by Ferry and Watson (2007).
Recently, a titanium-in-quartz geothermometer
(TitaniQ) was developed (Wark & Watson 2006).
5cm]) was monitored using a geothermometer
inserted into the soil in the vicinity of the soil collars.
Fitting iron and magnesium into the hydrothermal chlorite geothermometer