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Temperature and depth

The geothermal gradient (i.e. the increase in temperature with an increase in depth in the Earth) is not equal all over the world. On average, the temperature increases 2°- 3° C per 100 m in depth, however the increase can range from 1° to 5° C/100 m.

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