Hydrology Jemez Mountains, New Mexico. Egi Reference Number Gl05701
Salton Sea Scientific Drilling Program Report Of The Third Quarter Fy 1985. Egi Reference Number Gl00531
Geology Covering The Burns, Calamity Butte, Harney, And West Myrtle Butte, Oregon 15 Minute Quadrangles.
The Island Of Hawaii Is The Newest Member Of A Chain Of Volcanoe That Have Repeatedly Matured As Major Islands In The Middle Of The
Northern Pacific Ocean.
The Amax Dual-Channel Seismograph Was Operated At The Pot Gut Site, About 12 Km Southeast Of Beaver, Utah (Figure 1). The Site Chosen Was Off The South Creek Road In Beaver County, Utah.
Hydrologic Unit Map -1974 State Of New Mexico
Northern Pine Grove Hills And Southern Singatse Range
Geologic Map Of Enoch Nw Quadrangle, Iron County, Utah
The Following 16 Drill Cutting Samples From November 1979 Were Selected For Conductivity Determination. Egi Reference Number Gl05468_9
East Mesa Geothermal Project Vicinity Map - Exhibit "A" For Plans Of Injection Deveopment, And Utilization
Vale - Oregon Bouguer Anomaly Map
Geologic Highway Map Of The Pacific Southwest Region
Statistical Curvature Analysis Applied To Stratigraphic Heterogeneity In The Ferron Sandstone, Utah. Egi Reference Number Gl04715
The Adak Geothermal Project is concerned with the use of geothermal energy as a possible alternative to the present fossil fuel energy system on Adak. Three different types of geothermal energy systems, each based on an assumed different reservoir temperature range, are considered.
(1) space heating using either above-ground insulated fiberglass pipelines or in-ground insulated steel pipelines, (2) direct electrical power generation using geothermal fluids either at a central power plant
or via individual wellhead generating units, either system producing 25 MWe gross output, or (3) a binary geothermal electrical power generation facility where the geothermal fluids would heat a secondary (binary) fluid which would operate the electrical generating equipment, producing a 25 MWe gross output.
The cost of each system was analyzed, and cost-effectiveness was determined by comparing the investment cost with projected fuel savings. Of all the alternate geothermal systems analyzed, the most attractive is the wellhead generating units.
Radar and thermal data collected by a high-altitude aircraft were used to study thermal anomalies and structural elements of the Pilgrim Springs, Alaska area. A large number of linears were detected from the imagery. Many of these linears represent fractures and/or faults (lineaments), some of which may possibly provide conduits for the emergence of hot water at the springs.