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thermal conductivity, wells, geothermal, depth temperature, New Mexico
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Arizona Geological Survey

416 W. Congress St., Suite 100, 85701 Tucson, US


Phone: 520-770-3500

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ThermalConductivity in the state of New Mexico

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ThermalConductivity (ThermalConductivity)

This layer contains data related to thermal conductivity observations at locations in New Mexico, obtained by the AASG for the Geothermal Data Project. The data table includes general information on the location of the borehole or sample, measurement date, rock name and measurements. Information sources are included in the dataset. The SamplingFeatureURI for a particular sample is the cross-referencing link (foreign key) used to associate the observation with web based information on the feature of interest, including pictures, websites and documents. The data is displayed using a blue and yellow crosshatch symbol. The original data and metadata can be viewed or downloaded from the USGIN Repository at

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