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Idaho Geothermal Resources
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Ph: (208) 287-4800
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Links

GARF
Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation

soak.net
U.S. hot springs, maps, photos, directions, descriptions

Arizona aquaculture

Geothermal Institute
University of Aukland, New Zealand.

INEEL Geothermal Energy

Georgia Geothermal OnLine
The Southeast's Premier.

Geothermal Education Office

Geothermal Resource Council
Primary geothermal educational association in the world.

GeoThermal Information Office
Alliant Energy Co. basic geothermal educational information.

Geothermal Energy Association
Trade association of U.S. geothermal-energy companies.

International Geothermal Assoc.
Geothermal energy in use around the world.

International Geothermal Assoc.
Photos related to geothermal resources.

New Zealand Geothermal Assoc.

USDI BLM geothermal regulations

Stanford Univ. Geothermal Project

World Bank Geothermal Information

Geothermal Information Clearinghouse
Renewable Resource Data Center

Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy

Oregon Institute of Technology, Geo-Heat Center
The premier research institute on direct uses in the world

Virginia Tech Geothermal Data  WWW Home Page

City of Boise Geothermal Heating District information

Southern Methodist University Geothermal Laboratory

Geothermal-Biz

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