University of California, Riverside - Water Resources Collections and Archives
Symposia, reports, reprints relating to geothermal resources, fluid flow, and heat transport
University of California, Riverside - Water Resources Collections and Archives
Scope and Content Symposia, reports, reprints relating to geothermal resources, fluid flow, and heat transport. The following reports and journal materials relate primarily to geothermal resources. They were collected by the late Professor Charles B. Scherer, formerly on the faculty in Engineering, University of California, Riverside and Los Angeles. Material is arranged in chronological order. An author index is supplied.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
Relief shown by contours and spot heights.; "Geothermal data compiled by M.A. Korosec ... [et al.]; "Map produced by Ronald H. Smith ... and David M. Clark ... in cooperation with the Earth Science Laboratory/University of Utah Research Institute ..."; Includes text, references, map of "Physiographic Provinces of Washington," and index of "Spring and well location system.".
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
Relief shown by contours and spot heights.; "Base map supplied by the U.S. Geological Survey. Base map revised in 1979."; Includes text, indexes, 3 diagrams.; Insets: "Geomorphic division of Oregon" and "Heat flow map of Oregon," and indexed "City of Klamath Falls inset."; Includes bibliography
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection includes correspondence (1965-1982); graphs, logs, and tables (1930-1971); maps and charts; reports (1955-1980); subject files (1939-1981); and miscellaneous other materials
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Contains geologic data and reports, geologic quadrangle 3 minute maps, diaries, maps, photographs, memoranda, correspondence, project reports, annotations, and mine maps
Utah State Archives and Records Service
These are appraisal sheets for property assessed by the state. The State Tax Commission assesses "property which operates as a unit across county lines, if the value must be apportioned among more than one county or state; all property of public utilities; all operating property of an airline, air charter service, and air contract service; all geothermal fluids and geothermal resources; all mines and mining claims (except those used for property or surface improvement upon or appurtenant to mines or mining claims" (UCA 59-2-201(1) (1995)). They are used by the county treasurer in the collection of property taxes. The sheets include the sheet number, year, company name and address, legal descriptions of real estate, description of improvement and personal property, and total value
Utah State Archives and Records Service
These are appraisal sheets for property assessed by the State. The State Tax Commission assesses "property which operates as a unit across county lines, if the property must be apportioned among more than one county in the state;" all property of public utilities; all operating property of an airline, air charter service, and air contract service; all geothermal fluids and geothermal resources; all mines and mining claims (except those not used for other than mining purposes); and all machinery used in mining, all property or surface improvements upon or appurtenant to mines or mining claims (UCA 59-2-201 [1990]). They are used by the county treasurer in the collection of property taxes owed to Weber County (UCA 59-2-1309 [1990]). The sheets include the sheet number, year, company name and address, legal description of real estate, description of improvements and personal property, and total value
Stockton University
Discussion of geothermal resources and geothermal heating and cooling systems. The geothermal project in progress at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is also discussed
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The collection consists of correspondence, documents, maps, reports, publications, and clippings related to land tenure and water use in and around Mono County (including Mono Basin, Mono Lake, Lee Vining Creek and Rush Creek), Inyo County, and Los Angeles, California