9 harvest sources found

Frequency: MANUAL

  • testharvestusgin

    testing harvest

    — Organization: HarvestMaster

  • USGIN Geothermal Catalog

    The US Geoscience Information Network Geothermal Catalog provides resources from various data partners including the AASG State Geothermal Data Repository, the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association, and the Stanford Geothermal Workshop proceedings.

  • Geothermal Data Repository

    This CSW provides metadata from the OpenEI GDR.

  • Indiana Geological Survey NGDS Node

    The Indiana Geological Survey NGDS node is a Geoportal catalog serving geothermal-relevant resources for the state of Indiana.

  • Alaska NGDS node

    Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys NGDS node is a Geoportal catalog serving geothermal-relevant resources for the state of Alaska.

  • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey NGDS Node

    Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey NGDS node is a Geoportal catalog serving geothermal-relevant resources for the state of Wisconsin.

  • USGS

    This CSW endpoint is a collection of metadata providing USGS Series Publications representing USGS publications and data products on geothermal energy research. It is assembled for the purposes of contributing USGS assets to the National Geothermal Data System. For more information on this resource, see https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5192a7fce4b00ddd76a724a8.

  • Energy & Geoscience Institute GINstack node

    This node provides geothermal resources from the Energy & Geoscience Institute (EGI) at the University of Utah, home to leading experts in the fields of geology, geophysics, geochemistry, and engineering. It is the world’s largest University based industry cost-shared upstream E&P research program of its kind, with 65+ Corporate Associate members representing 20 countries.

  • Southern Methodist University Geothermal Laboratory

    The SMU Geothermal Lab is an active research facility with a variety of ongoing geothermal resource projects which strive to broaden the understanding and use of geothermal energy, from the simplest form - geothermal heat pumps for buildings, to the large-scale deployment of geothermal power plants providing energy for our cities while also exploring opportunities to integrate renewable geothermal projects in an oil & gas setting.