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Geology, Chemistry and Genesis of Thermal Springs of Odisha, India

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By: Subash Chandra Mahala(Author)
109 pages, 74 colour illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Geology, Chemistry and Genesis of Thermal Springs of Odisha, India
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Geology, Chemistry and Genesis of Thermal Springs of Odisha, India presents a comprehensive overview of the nature of manifestation and general aspects of thermal springs of Odisha. A detailed description of geological formations and the relationship between tectonic settings with thermal spring emanation is given for better understanding of the geothermal system. Physico-chemical characteristics of water and gas have been studied and interpreted to ascertain the nature and source of geothermal fluid and to generate a conceptual model on the origin. The book can serve as a valuable reference for earth scientists, planners and researchers in the field of geothermal energy. As the thermal springs are spectacular sites for tourists this illustrated book can also help tourists, tourist guides and tourism departments.

Contents

- Introduction
- Description of the Study Area
- Geological Setting
- Hydrological Characters
- Geochemistry of Thermal Water
- Characteristics of Geothermal Gases
- Genesis of Thermal Springs
- Uses of Geothermal Energy
- Environmental Issues
- Summary & Conclusion

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By: Subash Chandra Mahala(Author)
109 pages, 74 colour illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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