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International Journal of Terrestrial Heat Flow and Applications
Representative values of fluid inclusion temperatures and radiogenic heat production values have been compiled as part of an attempt to determine paleo heat flow in areas sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) deposits in thirteen localities of eastern Brazil. The results obtained indicate heat flow in excess of 80 mW/m2in areas of mineral bearing sulphide ore deposits, during periods of ore forming processes. Such anomalously high heat flow are more than twice the present-day values for stabledoi:10.31214/ijthfa.v2i1.26 fatcat:no5axoh6mfhj5ml63xcw2e2kzy