An experimentally derived kinetic model for smectite-toillite conversion and its use as a geothermometer
Karingithi  believed that using Na-K geothermometer
is not appropriate for waters with high calcium concentration and reservoir temperature of less than 150[degrees]C and high concentrations of magnesium lead to unusual high temperatures in Na-K-Ca-Mg geothermometer
1993, An empirical oxygen- and hydrogen-isotope geothermometer
for quartz-tourmaline and tourmaline-water: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v.
A titanium-in-quartz (TitaniQ) geothermometer
is based on the idea that Ti concentration in quartz is related to the mineral formation temperature.
Application of topaz-muscovite F-OH exchange as a geothermometer
The fractal shape of sutured quartz grain boundaries: application as a geothermometer
It can be observed that the first values of temperature and vapor fraction for the quadratic equation are similar to the corresponding values for other geothermometer
and, specifically, the calibration proposed by Fournier (1977) due to the similarity of the rest of existing calibrates; ii) Geothermometries based on the Na/K ratio: Empirical calibration proposed by Ellis (1970) or Anorsson (1983), theoretical calibration calculated from thermodynamic data for albite and K-feldspar proposed by Michard (1983) and empirical calibration proposed by Michard (1990), since give the more consistent results with the proposed temperature by the geothermometers
based on the dissolved silica; iii) Geothermometry based on the Na-K-Ca relation: Empirical calibration proposed by Fournier and Truesdell (1973).
A set of geothermometers
with bent stems were placed beside the ridges at a soil depth of 10 cm.
Methods include a) geophysical techniques such as ambient seismic noise correlation and magnetotellurics with improved noise filtering, b) fibre-optic down-hole logging tools to assess subsurface structure, temperature and physical rock properties, and c) the development of new tracers and geothermometers
Aquifer temperatures of the immatured waters from hydrogeochemical viewpoint are calculated as 105[degrees]C for KGW by different geothermometers
It then reviews various igneous geothermometers
and geobarometers, and examines the issue of disequilibrium.