Geothermal energy: An emerging major resource

The earths heat is a potentially valuable if unconventional source of energy. In the opinion of the university scientists and industrial engineers who have been examining its possibilities, this beat could be used to generate substantial amounts of electricity in the near future; geothermal resources, they believe, are large and can be readily exploited. Three types of resources are being considered, steam, hot water, and hot rock. For more information on this resource, please see the link provided.

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Citation Date 2014-09-25T17:52:27Z

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Original ID 50ec3aefb656b70647f32e38bcef3d6d
Index Date 1972-09-01T00:00:00
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Original Version 1.2

Author

Name Hammond, A.L
Position missing
Organization Science
Email welhjohn@isu.edu

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Name John A. Welhan
Position missing
Organization Idaho Geological Survey
Email welhjohn@isu.edu

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North Bound 49
South Bound 42
East Bound -111
West Bound -117.25