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The Thermal Geophysics Research Group investigates thermal aspects of various geologic processes. The general areas we conduct research in include: regional heat flow studies, thermal state of the lithosphere, heat flow and mid-plate volcanism, geophysical characterization of geothermal systems, thermal aspects of plate interactions, thermal aspects of groundwater flow, influence of lithospheric thermal state on its mechanical behavior, thermal histories of sedimentary basins, heat flow and hydrothermal circulation in the sea floor, and climate change inferred from borehole temperatures.

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    Dean Em. & Distinguished Prof. Em. David S. Chapman
    Department of Geology & Geophysics
    University of Utah
    Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A., 84112
    david.chapman@utah.edu


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