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hydrothermal

[‚hī·drə′thər·məl]
(geology)
Of or pertaining to heated water, to its action, or to the products of such action.
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The hydrothermal ablation procedure can be directly visualized.
In a nutshell: No volcanoes, really, but the deepest footage ever taken of the strange creatures who thrive in the toxic environment of ocean floor hydrothermal vents.
In order to avoid the ineffective use of exploration geochemistry, it is the responsibility of petrologists and hydrothermal geochemists to effectively integrate their knowledge transfer to the mineral industry with field-related geological and mineralogical parameters.
Quartz, zeolites, gemstones, perovskite type oxides, ferrite, carbon allotropes, complex coordinated compounds and many more -- all products now being produced using hydrothermal technology.
Hydrothermal activity occurs when seawater infiltrates and reacts with a rocky crust and emerges as a heated, mineral-laden solution, a natural occurrence in Earth's oceans.
As part of the exit INDEX2013 / 2 on the RV SONNE two each active and inactive hydrothermal fields should be examined in detail, documented and sampled spatially accurate.
A team led by USC microbiologist Katrina Edwards found that the microbes that thrive on hot fluid methane and sulphur spewed by active hydrothermal vents are supplanted, once the vents go cold, by microbes that feed on the solid iron and sulphur that make up the vents themselves.
Hydrothermal Energy is the process of obtaining heat or energy from a large body of water.
Valyashko (general and inorganic chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences) and 10 co-contributors provide original experimental data on phase equilibria and solution properties for binary and ternary hydrothermal systems.
KEY WORDS: sulfur speciation, thiosulfate, Lau Basin, in situ electrochemistry, hydrothermal vents
Peering through a 30 centimeter (12 inch) porthole, Humphris spied a hydrothermal vent.
Hydrothermal Properties of Materials: Experimental Data on Aqueous Phase Equilibria and Solution Properties at Elevated Temperatures and Pressures is designed for any scientists and engineer who deals with hydrothermal investigations and technologies.