Wells shown in red or blue. Red denotes heat flow value available. Blue denotes temperature and geothermal gradient (only) available because no rock thermal conductivity was available.
Seismic lines shown in red.
Dikes and Triassic basin boundaries shown in green.
|Imaging With a Single Vibrator|
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