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Table 3 Mean in situ temperatures for Villarrica springs and laboratory experiments calculated by a suite of classical solute geothermometers, multicomponent geothermometry and pH/aluminum-corrected multicomponent geothermometry

From: Assessment of performance and parameter sensitivity of multicomponent geothermometry applied to a medium enthalpy geothermal system

Spring Classical solute geothermometers Multicomponent geothermometer Corrected multicomponent geothermometer
Mean T [°C] ΔT [K] Mean T [°C] ΔT [K] Mean T [°C] ΔT [K]
Caranco 100 (−69/+99) 77 (−20/+12) 102 (−5/+5)
Chihuio 117 (−82/+112) 69 (−23/+19) 108 (−10/+6)
Liquine 124 (−45/+51) 87 (−23/+11) 112 (−4/+8)
Liucura 103 (−84/+83) 89 (−19/+9) 117 (−10/+12)
Los Pozones 102 (−46/+61) 84 (−19/+15) 100 (−11/+7)
Menetue 108 (−66/+75) 71 (−18/+35) 119 (−11/+12)
Palguin 108 (−46/+61) 85 (−6/+24) 113 (−12/+9)
Panqui 101 (−34/+79) 77 (−17/+16) 96 (−13/+5)
Rincon 128 (−69/+75) 108 (−20/+19) 138 (−11/+13)
Rinconada 147 (−40/+118) 128 (−32/+23) 179 (−8/+14)
San Luis 81 (−30/+60) 61 (−13/+37) 117 (−17/+7)
Trancura 80 (−27/+59) 61 (−13/+37) 108 (−14/+10)
Andesite exp. 134 (−52/+83) 123 (−8/+16) 128 (−9/+10)
Tonalite exp. 212 (−129/+123) 135 (−19/+10) 135 (−19/+10)