Thursday, May 3, 2018

Publications: New Journal on Terrestrial Heat Flow and Applied Geothermics

Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Terrestrial Heat Flow and Applied Geothermics

The first issue of the “International Journal of Terrestrial Heat Flow and Applied Geothermics” has been published by Laboratório de Geotermia - Observatório Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


  • Editorial to the inaugural issue of “International Journal of Terrestrial Heat Flow and Applied Geothermics”. Valiya Hamza, Shaopeng Huang, Massimo Verdoya
  • International Heat Flow Commission: History and Accomplishments over the last fifty-five years. Vladimir Cermak, Alan Beck and Valiya Hamza
  • Global Heat Flow: New Estimates Using Digital Maps and GIS Techniques. Fábio Vieira and Valiya Hamza
  • Temperature Gradient Measurements in Hydrothermal Areas of Georgia. Sepehr Sangin, Günter Buntebarth, Andreas Weller and George Melikadze
  • Heat Flow, Geotherms, Density and Lithosphere Thickness in SW of Iberia (South of Portugal). Maria Rosa 
  • Shallow and Deep Temperatures in the South-Caspian Basin. Abdulvahab Mukhtarov
  • Heat flow in Rajasthan Craton, North–Western Indian Shield and its Implications. Mohan L. Gupta and S.R. Sharma
  • Geothermal Regime and Deep Temperatures of the Siberian Platform. Raisa Dorofeeva
  • Subsurface temperature measurements for detecting tectonic dislocations. Diego  Barbero,  Arianna  Bucci,  Paolo  Chiozzi,  Domenico  A.  Luca,  Maria  G. Forno, Marco, Manuela L. and Massimo Verdoya
  • Terrestrial  Heat  Flow  in  Non-Thermal  Ground  Water  Circulation  Settings of Brazil. Carlos Alexandrino and Valiya Hamza
  • Deep-seated Geothermal Resources of the Parana Basin. Antonio J. L. Gomes and Jorge L. S. Gomes 

(Thanks to GRC Member Marcelo Lippmann, Staff Scientist (retired) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for the submission.)