Geothermal Potential Along the Balconies of Central Texas, Ongoing Assessment and Selected Case Studies

Numerous wells produce located beneath the innermost landscape between the Coastal warm ground water from several Cretaceous aquifers part of the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain. The changes in Plain and the uplands farther west result from a major geologic break. Texas is bisected along this trend by the Texas Craton, a hinge zone that separates the downwarping Gulf Coast Basin from the more stable continental interior.

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Citation Date 1984-01-01T00:00:00

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Original ID 6e84ef507102d99c8d5b44d3c2863f14
Index Date 2014-10-22T21:21:00Z
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Name Woodruff, C.M.
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Organization Bureau of Economic Geology
Email begmail@utexas.edu

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South Bound 26.06154055419
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