Idaho Batholith Geothermal Region

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"The Idaho batholith is predoninately composed of intrusive rocks of Cretaceous age (average age is 108 m.y.). Granitic and mafic Teritary stocks are abundant in central Idaho and are often exhibit alteration and bleaching and are associated with thermal springs, as well as mineralization. The Teritary dike intrusions may also be associated with major fault zones." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
The Idaho batholith is predoninately composed of intrusive rocks of Cretaceous age (average age is 108 m.y.). Granitic and mafic Teritary stocks are abundant in central Idaho and are often exhibit alteration and bleaching and are associated with thermal springs, as well as mineralization. The Teritary dike intrusions may also be associated with major fault zones.

Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology, pamphlet 150, 1971, 73 p.[1]


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  1.  "Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology, pamphlet 150, 1971, 73 p."
Geothermal Region Data
State(s) Idaho, Oregon
Area 72,438 km²
72,438,000,000 m²
27,961.068 mi²
779,715,388,200 ft²
86,635,848,000 yd²
17,899,791.99 acres
USGS Resource Estimate for this Region
Identified Mean Potential 217.9 MW
217,900 kW
217,900,000 W
217,900,000,000 mW
0.218 GW
2.179e-4 TW
Undiscovered Mean Potential 498.4 MW
498,400 kW
498,400,000 W
498,400,000,000 mW
0.498 GW
4.984e-4 TW
Planned Capacity
Planned Capacity 150 MW
150,000 kW
150,000,000 W
150,000,000,000 mW
0.15 GW
1.5e-4 TW
Plants Included
in Planned Estimate
1
Plants with Unknown
Planned Capacity
1

Energy Generation Facilities within the Idaho Batholith Geothermal Region

Geothermal Power Projects within the Idaho Batholith Geothermal Region

Geothermal Development Projects in the Region(per GEA's Annual U.S. Geothermal Power Production and Development Report (April 2011))


Geothermal Exploration Techniques used within the Idaho Batholith Geothermal Region