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Title: North-eastern Morocco: a high geothermal prospect.
Authors: Correia, António
Rimi, Abdelkrim
Zarhloule, Yassine
Carneiro, Júlio F.
Editors: Marques, José Manuel
Chambel, António
Keywords: Morocco
Geothermal prospect
Heat flow density
Geothermal potential assessment
Issue Date: 16-Oct-2016
Publisher: Universidade de Évora
Citation: Correia, A., Rimi, A., Zarhloule, Y., & Carneiro, J. (2016). North-eastern Morocco: a high geothermal prospect. Paper presented at the 15th Water Rock Interaction, Évora, Portugal.
Abstract: New temperature data obtained in 2007 in a hydrogeological borehole (1100 m deep) near Berkane have revealed an average geothermal gradient of about 126°C/km at depths greater than 300 m. This result confirms the average geothermal gradient estimated in a mining borehole located about 30km west of the Berkane borehole, in which water with temperatures as high as 96°C was reached at a depth of about 700 m. The new geothermal gradient, exceeding by far the ones already determined for this Moroccan area allows thinking about the possibility of programs for using high temperature waters in north-eastern Morocco.
Type: article
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