Chemistry of thermal water and estimated reservoir temperatures in southeastern Idaho, north-central Utah, and southwestern Wyoming

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Author: Avery, C.
Description:The chemistry of thermal water in southeastern Idaho, north-central Utah, and southwestern Wyoming is quite variable, with dissolved-solids concentrations ranging from about 100 to nearly 40,000 milligrams per liter. Chemical geothermometers were used to estimate the reservoir temperature at the depth where the water was heated. The estimated reservoir temperatures at the sampled sites indicate no uniformity or trend from low to high values. Thermal water in the region possibly results from ground-water circulation both in the basin fill and in the bedrock. For more information on this resource, please see the link provided.
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Organization Name: University of Idaho
Street: Morrill Hall, University of Idaho
City: Moscow
State: ID
Zip: 83844-3014
Phone: 208-885-7991
Geographic Extent
North Bounding Latitude: 45.2141816655
South Bounding Latitude: 38.9607091815
East Bounding Longitude: -107.594726294
West Bounding Longitude: -117.965820044