Liu-Huang-Ku hydrothermal area (Taipei City, Taiwan)

Liu-huang-ku Sulfur Valley Geothermal Scenic Area

Volcano: Liu-Huang-Ku geothermal area (see Liu-Huang-Ku geothermal area at the Smithsonian Institution website in a new tab)
Type: Soil Diffuse Emission
Description: LHK hydrothermal area, formed ca. 0.8 to 0.6 million years ago, is a 1 km long, 150 m wide phreatic crater located on the hillside of southwest Tatun Volcanic Group (TVG) with several steaming fumaroles and artificial hot springs. Fumarolic gas composition of TVG samples reflects a mixing signature between convergent plate gases and air/groundwater, suggesting that the magma source of the TVG gas is closely associated with the subduction system in NE Taiwan.

This location does not have flux data

Point of contact for this site:
Tefang Faith Lan , (Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University)

Number of measurements: 2
Measurement date (d/m/y) Added by Added on
Liu-Huang-Ku_010120041/12/2004 Emanuela Bagnato Sept. 21, 2016
Liu-Huang-Ku_010120061/1/2006 Emanuela Bagnato Sept. 21, 2016

Bibliographic references for this site

Lan Tefang Faith , Tsanyao Frank Yang, Hsiao-Fen Lee, Yue-Gau Chen,Cheng-Hong Chen, Sheng-Rong Song, Shuhjong Tsao, 2007,Compositions and flux of soil gas in Liu-Huang-Ku hydrothermal area, northern Taiwan, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, vol.165, pp. 32-4, DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2007.04.015

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