John A. Stodt

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<lb>The development of geothermal tracers is a vital<lb>component of geothermal research. Industry uses<lb>these compounds to maximize power production<lb>from geothermal fields. All of the tracers currently<lb>in use have been developed at EGI. These tracers<lb>are designed to tag either steam or liquid. Research<lb>under the current contract is focused on(More)
The Transantarctic Mountains (TAM) are the world's longest rift shoulder but the source of their high elevation is enigmatic. To discriminate the importance of mechanical vs. thermal sources of support, a 550 km-long transect of magnetotelluric geophysical soundings spanning the central TAM was acquired. These data reveal a lithosphere of high electrical(More)
[1] To illuminate rifting processes across the Transition Zone between the extensional Great Basin and stable Colorado Plateau interior, we collected an east-west profile of 117 wideband and 30 long-period magnetotelluric (MT) soundings along latitude 38.5 N from southeastern Nevada across Utah to the Colorado border. Regularized two-dimensional inversion(More)
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