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During 1973 and 1974, precision temperatures (±0.02°C absolute) were measured in four drill holes, ranging in depth from 42 to 122 m, in Clear Lake, Lake County, California. The departure of the measured temperatures from their predrilling values was found to vary considerably among the holes. It is a function of the length of time after drilling that the buoy system supporting the plastic casing survived the storms on the lake, as well as the duration of the drilling disturbance. With one exception, CL-73-7, most of the holes were lost within a month after drilling.

Thermal-conductivity measurements on the sediment...

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