Potential of geothermal energy in Arizona: a part of Arizona participation in Regional Operations Research for the Development of Geothermal Energy, Southwestern United States, final report for the period June 12, 1977 - June 11, 1978
KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Open File Reports
Santa Cruz County
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CitationHahman, Sr., W.R., White, D.H. and Wolf, D., 1978, Potential of geothermal energy in Arizona: a part of Arizona participation in Regional Operations Research for the Development of Geothermal Energy, Southwestern United States, final report for the period June 12, 1977 - June 11, 1978. Arizona Geological Survey Open File Report, OFR-78-05, 147 p.
DescriptionThe State of Arizona is participating in a geothermal energy development and planning project for the Southwestern U.S.A., sponsored by the Department of Energy and the Four Corners Regional Development Commission. The Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, Geological Survey Branch, University of Arizona, had the responsibility of supplying the scientific and technical information to the project. In particular this includes the compilation of regional geological data, district or area geological data and site geological data concerning geothermal energy potential in the State of Arizona. The data generated was to be used to compile the data for the New Mexico Energy Institute's scenario program for geothermal energy evaluation in the State of Arizona. The Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Arizona was to make a series of process evaluations and was to prepare preliminary block process diagrams, depicting scenarios for the utilization of geothermal energy in the State of Arizona. A list of all suggested uses would be compiled and maintained, but the major effort would concentrate upon industries in the agricultural, industrial and municipal sectors of the State. p.147
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