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The Blackfoot Volcanic Field, Southeast Idaho: A Hidden High-Temperature Geothermal Resource in the Idaho Thrust Belt

For more than thirty years since southeast Idaho’s Blackfoot volcanic field (BVF) was listed as a “Known Geothermal Resource Area,” exploration based on a conventional Basin and Range volcanic paradigm has failed to confirm the existence of a high-temperature resource.  … (Read More) The Blackfoot Volcanic Field, Southeast Idaho: A Hidden High-Temperature Geothermal Resource in the Idaho Thrust Belt

Geoscience Undergrads Rock!

Geosciences was very well represented at this week’s Undergraduate Research Conference with a department record 15 posters!  Congratulations and a job well done to the following students, and a big thanks to their supervising faculty for spending the time to … (Read More) Geoscience Undergrads Rock!

Postdoc Celina Suarez featured on KTVB

Geosciences Department postdoctoral researcher Celina Suarez and professor Matt Kohn were featured on tonight’s KTVB Channel 7 broadcast. The segment highlights the discovered by and named after Celina and her twin sister Marina Suarez, the Geminiraptor Suarezarum. (Read More) Postdoc Celina Suarez featured on KTVB