IS-76 Colorado Geothermal Bibliography


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Citation: Oerter, Erik J., Frederick E. Berkman, and Christopher J. Carroll. “IS-76 Colorado Geothermal Bibliography.” Geothermal Bibliography. Information Series. Denver, CO: Colorado Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources, 2008.


There is increased interest in renewable energy sources because of the increasing cost and environmental impact of fossil fuels. Geothermal energy is a renewable form of energy. Higher temperature sources may be used for electrical power production while lower temperature sources may be used directly for heating buildings, industrial processes, greenhouse agriculture, aquaculture, and recreational/health resorts. This extensive bibliography of geothermal research specific to Colorado was created in an effort to promote the exploration, development, and use of geothermal resources across the state. Fully updated, it comprises all known published and unpublished documents relating to the geothermal resources of Colorado through 2007. It supersedes the previous CGS geothermal bibliography (Bulletin B-44) published in 1981. Digital PDF download. IS-76D