Maps, Data, Publications, and Resources
Identifying and examining potential geothermal resources in non-traditional regions, examples from the northeastern U.S. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 43, 40 - 40 (2011).
Implications for non-traditional geothermal resources in southern New England; variability in heat potential based on thermal conductivity and geochemistry studies. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 44, 76 - 77 (2012).
Implications of diurnal river fluctuations on mass transport in a valley-fill aquifer. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38, 468 - 468 (2006).
Improving seismic hazard assessment in New England through the use of surficial geologic maps and expert analysis. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45, 50 - 51 (2013).
The influence of ductile structure and rheological heterogeneity on brittle structures as exhibited by Avalonian granites in southeastern Massachusetts. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40, 3 (2008).
Implications of anthropogenic river stage fluctuations on mass transport in a valley fill aquifer. Water Resources Research 45, @CitationW04427 - @CitationW04427 (2009).
Improving seismic hazard assessment in New England through the use of surficial geologic maps and expert analysis. Special Paper - Geological Society of America 493, 221 - 242 (2012).
Influence of rock fabric on fracture attribute distribution and implications for groundwater flow in the Nashoba Terrane, eastern Massachusetts. Journal of Structural Geology 30, 464 - 477 (2008).
An Information Survival Kit for the prospective geothermal heat pump owner. (Geo-Heat Center, Oregon Institute of Technology, 2001). at <http://geoheat.oit.edu/ghp/survival.pdf>
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