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|Description||Example map from one of a series of 28 spatial models showing the relative favorability of occurrence for geothermal resources in the western contiguous United States. The other models differ in details but show generally similar favorability patterns. Warmer colors equate with higher favorability. Identified geothermal systems are represented by black dots.|
|Sources||United States Geological Survey|
|Authors||Colin F. Williams; Marshall J. Reed; Robert H. Mariner; Jacob DeAngelo; Peter S. Galanis, Jr|
|UN Region||Northern America|
|States||Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming|
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|current||10:23, 28 December 2010||883 × 1,038 (1.56 MB)||Woodjr||Extracted From: http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2008/3082/pdf/fs2008-3082.pdf|
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