2018
DOI: 10.23853/bsehm.2018.0643
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Abstract: The Copahue Thermal Complex is located in the northwest of the province of Neuquén, Argentina in the Ñorquín department. It lies near the Chilean border, 376 km from the capital of the province at 2,010 meters above sea level. The Copahue complex is located in a geothermally active area in a volcanic caldera, surrounded by multiple fumaroles, potholes, vents, springs and a series of mineromedicinal water lagoons. Copahue is a system of spring acid waters, hyperthermal and largely of high mineralization. The so… Show more

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