November 13, 2009 | admin | Comments 0

Arizona to lead data gathering project

In Arizona, $17.8 million of the DOE’s $338 million in grant money will be used by the Arizona Geological Survey over three years to work with 40 other state geological surveys to create the National Geothermal Data System of state-specific geological information. Arizona is the lead agency in the project, which will collect old analog reports and data from geothermal surveys done in the 1970s and 1980s. These will be digitized and housed in an online searchable database.

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