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Inventory of the Charles R. Scherer Papers, 1964-1976
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Box Box 1, Folder 1.

Burt, Oscar R.

 

Optimal resource use over time with an application to ground water. Management Science, Vol. II, no. 1 (Sept. 1964), pp. 80-93.

Folder 2.

Ruche, Michel

 

Scheduling reservoir oil production by linear programming and the Neyman-Pearson lemma. Operations Research Center, College of Engineering. University of California, Riverside. Nov. 1966. ORC 66-40.

Physical Description: 35 p.
Folder 3.

Gordon, Richard L.

 

A Reinterpretation of the pure theory of exhaustion. College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. Pennsylvania State University. Contribution 66-56. pp. 274-285.

Folder 4.

Scott, Anthony T.

 

The Theory of the mine under conditions of certainty. Extractive resources and taxation (Mason Gaffney, ed.) University of Wisconsin Press, 1967. pp. 25-62.

Folder 5.

Cummings, Ronald G.

 

Some extensions of the economic theory of exhaustible resources. Western Economic Journal (Nov. 1969), pp. 201-210.

Folder 6.

Uhler, Russell S. and Paul G. Bradley

 

A Stochastic model for determining the economic prospects of petroleum exploration over large regions. Applications section, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 65, no. 330 (June 1970), pp. 623-630.

Folder 7.

Meidav, Tsvi and Robert W. Rex

 

Investigation of geothermal resources in the Imperial Valley and their potential value for desalination of water and electricity production. The Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics. University of California, Riverside. July 1970.

Physical Description: 54 p.
Folder 8.

Dutcher, L. C., W. F. Hardt and W. R. Moyle, Jr.

 

Preliminary appraisal of ground water in storage with reference to geothermal resources in the Imperial Valley area. Geological Survey Circular 649. Washington, 1972.

Physical Description: 57 p.
Folder 9.

The University of California, Riverside

 

Geothermal resources development in California: Imperial Valley potential. Vol. I. Prepared for The Joint Committee on Public Domain, California State Legislature. Nov. 1972.

Physical Description: 188 p.
Folder 10.

The University of California, Riverside

 

Geothermal resources development in California: Imperial Valley potential. Vol. II. The Joint Committee on Public Domain, California State Legislature. Nov. 15, 1972.

Folder 11.

Facca, Giancarlo

 

The Structure and behavior of geothermal fields. Geothermal Energy (Earth Sciences, 12). UNESCO, 1973. pp. 61-69.

Folder 12.

Kruger, Paul, Henry J. Ramey, Jr., et al.

 

Simulation of geothermal aquifers. Stanford Geothermal Program. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. March 1973. SGP-TR-5.

Physical Description: 91 p.
Folder 13.

Davidson, Paul

 

Public policy problems of the domestic crude oil industry. The American Economic Review (May 1973), pp. 85-108.

Folder 14.

Meyer, Charles F. and David K. Todd

 

Conserving energy with heat storage wells. Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 7, no. 6 (June 1973), pp. 512-516.

Folder 15.

______________________________.

 

Heat-storage wells for conserving energy and reducing thermal pollution. Tempo Center for Advanced Studies. General Electric Company. Santa Barbara, California. Prepared for the 8th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference. June 1973. P-635.

Physical Description: 5 p.
Folder 16.

Green, M. A. and A. D. K. Laird

 

Comparison of elementary geothermal-brine power-reduction processes. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Prepared for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Aug. 2, 1973. LBL-2102.

Physical Description: 31 p.
Folder 17.

The University of California, Riverside

 

Proceedings of the National Conference on Geothermal Energy. Prepared in association with The National Science Foundation (Research Applied to National Needs). Vol. I. Aug. 1973.

Physical Description: 102 p.
Folder 18.

Meyer, Charles F. and David K. Todd

 

Are heat-storage wells the answer? Electrical World (Aug. 15, 1973),

Physical Description: [4 p.]
Folder 19.

Schulze, William D.

 

The Optimal use of non-renewable resources: the theory of extraction. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 1 (1974), pp. 53-73.

Folder 20.

Coplen, Tyler B.

 

Cooperative geochemical investigation of geothermal resources in the Imperial Valley and Yuma areas. Final report to the U.S.D.I., Bureau of Reclamation. IGPP-UCR-73-48. October 1973.

Physical Description: 22 p.
Folder 21.

Kuller, Robert G. and Ronald G. Cummings

 

An Economic model of production and investment for petroleum reservoirs. American Economic Review, Vol. 64, no. 1 (March 1974), pp. 66-79.

Folder 22.

Holt, Ben, A. J. L. Hutchinson and John Brugman

 

Progress in geothermal power generation. Presented before the American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. on 10 April 1974, and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Southern California section, one-day technical meeting on 16 April 1974.

Folder 23.

Mulvihill, Michael E. and John A. Dracup

 

Optimal timing and sizing of a conjunctive urban water supply and waste water system with nonlinear programing. Water Resources Research, Vol. 10, no. 2 (April 1974), pp. 170-175.

Folder 24.

Ramey, Henry J., Jr., William E. Brigham, H. K. Chen, et al.

 

Thermodynamic and hydrodynamic properties of hydrothermal systems. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. SGP-TR-6. April 1974. pp. 509-586.

Folder 25.

Birsic, Rudolph J.

 

The Geothermal steam story or a hot tip from mother earth. Fullerton, California. June 1974.

Physical Description: [64 p.]
Folder 26.

Kruger, Paul and Henry J. Ramey, Jr.

 

Stimulation and reservoir engineering of geothermal resources. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. June 1974. SGP-TR-1.

Physical Description: 142 p.
Folder 27.

Coplen, Tyler B. and Peter Kolesar

 

Investigations of the dunes geothermal anomaly, Imperial Valley, California: Part I. Geochemistry of geothermal fluids. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics. University of California, Riverside. August 1974. LGPP-UCR-74-18.

Physical Description: 21 p.
Folder 28.

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

 

Conference on Research for the Development of Geothermal Energy Resources: Program and abstracts. Sponsored by National Science Foundation (Research Applied to National Needs). Sept. 23-25, 1974.

Physical Description: 13 p.
Folder 29.

Green, M. A. and H. S. Pines

 

Program GEOTHM: A thermodynamic process program for geothermal power plant cycles. Presented at the CUBE Symposium, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, Livermore, California, October 23-25, 1974. Prepared for the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission. LBL-3060.

Physical Description: 8 p.
Folder 30.

Biehler, Shawn

 

Planning for resource development: geothermal energy in Imperial County, California. Revised information resource assessment section for the research proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation Research Applied to National Needs (RANN). October 28, 1974. IGPP-UCR-74-N.

Physical Description: 12 p.
Folder 31

Casse, Francis J.

 

The Effect of temperature and confining pressure on fluid flow properties of consolidated rocks. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. November 1974. SGP-TR-3.

Physical Description: 85 p.
Folder 32.

Alexander, George

 

Geothermal energy: oil companies scramble for control. Los Angeles Times, 11 November 1974.

Folder 33.

Holt, Ben and John Brugman

 

Investment and operating costs of binary cycle geothermal power plants. Presented before the NSF Conference on Research for the Development of Geothermal Energy Resources, on 25 September 1974.

Physical Description: 26 p.
Folder 34.

Spencer, D. F., V. W. Roberts, G. K. Underhill, et al.

 

Geothermal energy: EPRI's status assessment and R & D direction. Electric Power Research Institute. PG 75 641-1.

Physical Description: 7 p.
Folder 35.

Hunsbedt, Anstein, Paul Kruger and Alexander L. London

 

A Laboratory model of stimulated geothermal reservoirs. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. February 1975. SGP-TR-7.

Physical Description: 127 p.
Folder 36.

Sheinbaum, I.

 

Direct contact heat exchangers in geothermal power production. An ASME publication for presentation at the AIchE-ASME Heat Transfer Conference, Aug. 11-13, 1975. 75-HT-52.

Physical Description: 9 p.
Folder 37.

Palmer, T. D., J. H. Howard and D. P. Laude

 

Geothermal development of the Salton Trough, California and Mexico. Prepared for U.S. Energy Research & Development Administration. Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. University of California, Livermore. April 1, 1975. UCRL-51775.

Physical Description: 45 p.
Folder 38.

Narasimhan, T. N. and P. A. Witherspoon

 

An Intergrated finite difference method for analyzing fluid flow in porous media. Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. April 1975. LBL-3258.

Physical Description: 32 p.
Folder 39.

Norgaard, Richard B.

 

Resource scarcity and new technology in U.S. petroleum development. Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 15 (April 1975), pp. 267-282.

Folder 40.

United Nations Symposium [Second] on the Development and

 

Abstracts. Use of Geothermal Resources. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. 20-29 May 1975. Various paging.

Folder 41.

Scott, Philip H.

 

Seismic search model for petroleum reservoirs. AMOCO Production Company. April 1975.

Physical Description: [20 p.]
Folder 42.

Walter, R. A., C. M. Bloomster and S. E. Wise

 

Thermodynamic modeling of geothermal power plants. Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. May 1975. BNWL-1911/UC-13.

Physical Description: 53 p.
Folder 43.

Green, Michael A. and Howard S. Pines

 

Calculation of geothermal power plant cycles using Program GEOTHM. Presented at the Second United Nations Symposium on the Development and Use of Geothermal Resources, San Francisco, May 19-29, 1975. Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-3238.

Physical Description: 31 p.
Folder 44.

Witherspoon, P. A., S. P. Neuman, M. L. Sorey, et al.

 

Modeling geothermal systems. Presented at the International Meeting on Geothermal Phenomena and Its Applications, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Italy, March 3-5, 1975. Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-3263.

Physical Description: 68 p.
Folder 45.

Germany looks toward nuclear district heating. Based on a

 

paper to the German Nuclear Forum by Dr. Hans-Peter Winkens. District Heating (October-November-December 1975), pp. 22-27.

Folder 46.

Mercer, James W., George F. Pinder and Ian G. Donaldson

 

A Galerkin-Finite element analysis of the hydrothermal system at Wairakei, New Zealand. Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 80, no. 17 (June 10, 1975), pp. 2608-2621.

Folder 47.

Mercer, James W. and Charles R. Faust

 

Simulation of water- and vapor-dominated hydrothermal reservoirs. American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Inc. 1975. SPE 5520.

Physical Description: 16 p.
Folder 48.

Klei, Herbert E. and Frank Maslan

 

Capital and electric production costs for geothermal power plants. Energy Sources, Vol. 2, no. 4 (Sept. 1975), pp. 331-330.

Folder 49.

______________________________.

 

Capital and electric production costs for geothermal power plants. Prepared for IEEE PES Summer Meeting, San Francisco, July 20-25, 1975. A 75 445-7.

Physical Description: 8 p.
Folder 50.

Ramey, Henry J., Jr. and A. Louis London

 

Stimulation and reservoir engineering of geothermal resources. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. August 1975. SGP-TR-8.

Physical Description: 71 p.
Folder 51.

Meyer, Charles F. and Walter Hausz

 

A New concept in electric generation and energy storage. Prepared for presentation at the Frontiers of Power Technology Conference, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 1-2 October 1975. TEMPO. General Electric Company. Center for Advanced Studies, Santa Barbara.

Physical Description: 17 p.
Folder 52.

Freeze, R. Allan

 

A Stochastic-conceptual analysis of one-dimensional groundwater flow in nonuniform homogeneous media. Water Resources Research, Vol. II, no. 5 (October 1975), pp. 725-741.

Folder 53.

Menard, H. W. and George Sharman

 

Scientific uses of random drilling models. Science, Vol. 190, no. 4212 (24 October 1975), pp. 337-343.

Folder 54.

Meyer, Charles F.

 

Status report on heat storage wells. Prepared for presentation at the Eleventh Annual AWRA Conference, Chateau Capitol Hotel, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 10-13 November 1975. TEMPO. General Electric Company. Center for Advanced Studies, Santa Barbara.

Physical Description: 29 p.
Folder 55.

Bloomster, C. H.

 

Economic analysis of geothermal energy costs. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. November 1975. BNWL-SA-5596.

Physical Description: 26 p.
Folder 56.

Vaux, Henry J., Jr. and Benjamin Nakayama

 

The Economics of geothermal resources in the Imperial Valley: a preliminary analysis. California Water Resources Center. University of California, Davis. November 1975. Contribution no. 153.

Physical Description: 33 p.
Folder 57.

Hausz, Walter and Charles F. Meyer

 

Energy conservation: is the heat storage well the key? Reprinted from Public Utilities Fortnightly, Washington, D.C. 1975.

Physical Description: 7 p.
Folder 58.

Carver, John A., Jr.

 

Legal and institutional planning for macro-conservation measures. Reprinted from Public Utilities Fortnightly, Washington, D. C. 1975.

Physical Description: 7 p.
Folder 59.

Morel-Seytoux, H. J.

 

A Simple case of conjunctive surface-ground-water management. Reprinted from Ground Water, Vol. 13, no. 6 (November-December 1975)

Physical Description: [10] p.
Folder 60.

Kruger, Paul

 

Geothermal energy development. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. SGP-TR-9.

Physical Description: 34 p.

Scope and Content Note

[No entries for the numbers 61 - 69.]
Folder 70.

Workshop on geothermal reservoir engineering.

 

Summaries. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. December 15-17, 1975.

Folder 71.

Scherer, Charles R.

 

On the optimal rate of geothermal energy extraction. Workshop on Geothermal Energy. Stanford Geothermal Program. Stanford University. December 15-17, 1975.

Physical Description: 9 p.
Folder 72.

Witherspoon, Paul A. and John E. Gale

 

Mechanical and hydraulic properties of rocks related to induced seismicity. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. January 1976. LBL-4455.

Physical Description: 49 p.
Folder 73.

Wittenbrock, N. G.

 

Distribution systems for district heating in North America: a survey conducted for Battelle-Institut e. V. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. January 1976. Various paging.

Folder 74.

Silvester, Leonard F., Kenneth S. Pitzer, and Energy and Environment Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Riverside, California.

 

Thermodynamics of geothermal brines. I. Thermodynamic properties of vapor-saturated NaCl (aq) solutions from 0-300° C. January 1976. LBL-4456. UC-66. TID-4500-R64.

Physical Description: 62 p.
Folder 75.

Peterson, Frederick M. and Anthony C. Fisher

 

The Economics of natural resources. University of Maryland. February 1976.

Physical Description: 95 p.
Folder 76.

Kolata, Gina Bari

 

Moving boundary problems: advances on several fronts. Science, Vol. 191 (27 February 1976), pp. 841-842.

Folder 77.

Hafele, Wolf and Wolfgang Sassin

 

Energy strategies. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. March 1976. PR-76-8.

Physical Description: 32 p.
Folder 78.

Hilber, Hans M., Thomas J. R. Hughes, Robert L. Taylor

 

Improved numerical dissipation for time integration algorithms in structural dynamics. Prepared for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration. April 1976. LBL-4486.

Physical Description: 19 p.
Box Box 2, Folder 79.

Narasimhan, T. and P. A. Witherspoon

 

Numerical model for saturated-unsaturated flow in deformable porous media, part I: theory. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. April 1976. LBL-4485.

Physical Description: 27 p.
Folder 80.

Hughes, Thomas J. R.

 

Unconditionally stable algorithms for nonlinear heat conduction. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. May 1976. LBL-5205.

Physical Description: 9 p.
Folder 81.

California Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission.

 

Geothermal energy in California: status report. Jet Propulsion Laboratory. California Institute of Technology. June 1976. JPL 5040-25; Rev. A. Various paging.

Folder 82.

Bloomster, C. H. and R. L. Engel

 

The Potential benefits of geothermal electrical production from hydrothermal resources. Prepared for the Energy Research and Development Administration. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. June 1976. BNWL-2001. UC-66. Various paging.

Folder 83.

Gray, William G. and George F. Pinder

 

An Analysis of the numerical solution of the transport equation. Water Resources Research, Vol. 12, no. 3 (June 1976) pp. 547-555.

Folder 84.

Sass, J. H., F. H. Olmsted, M. L. Sorey, et al.

 

Geothermal data from test wells drilled in Grass Valley and Buffalo Valley, Nevada. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. July 1976. LBL-4489. UC-66. TID-4500-R64.

Physical Description: 43 p.
Folder 85.

Cohn, Paul D. and Clarence H. Bloomster

 

Capital cost models for geothermal power plants. Prepared for the Energy Research and Development Administration. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. July 1976. BNWL-1990. UC-66.

Physical Description: 58 p.
Folder 86.

Hausz, Walter

 

Statement of Walter Hausz before the Energy and Power Subcommittee Interstatae and Foreign Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, 20 July 1976 (Omnibus Energy Conservation Act HR12169.) TEMPO. General Electric Company. Center for Advanced Studies. Santa Barbara, Calif. P-737. July 1976.

Physical Description: 9 p.
Folder 87.

Mercer, James W. and Charles R. Faust

 

The Application of finite-element techniques to immiscible flow in porous media. Presented at the International Conference on Finite Elements in Water Resources, Princeton University, July 12-16, 1976.

Physical Description: 37 p.
Folder 88.

Northwest Natural Gas Company

 

Geothermal Prospectus: Old Maid Flat proposed development. July 26, 1976.

Physical Description: 15 p.
Folder 89.

Wehlage, E. F.

 

Geothermal energy needed: effective heat transfer equipment. Mechanical Engineering (August 1976), pp. 27-34.

Folder 90.

Kasameyer, P. W. and R. C. Schroeder

 

Thermal depletion of a geothermal reservoir with both fracture and pore permeability. University of California, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. August 10, 1976. Preprint UCRL-77323.

Physical Description: 36 p.
Folder 91.

Carmichael, I. S. E., J. Nicholls, F. J. Spera, et al.

 

High-temperature properties of silicate liquids: applications to the equilibration and ascent of basic magma. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. August 1976. LBL-5238.

Physical Description: 44 p.
Folder 92.

Hughes, Thomas J. R.

 

Equivalence of finite elements for nearly-incompressible elasticity. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. August 1976. LBL-5237.

Physical Description: 14 p.
Folder 93.

Beyer, H., A. Dey, A. Liaw, et al.

 

Preliminary open file report: geological and geophysical studies in Grass Valley, Nevada. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. September 1976. Energy and Environment Division. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-5262.

Physical Description: 144 p.
Folder 94.

Geonomics, Inc.

 

Geotechnical environmental aspects of geothermal power generation at Heber, Imperial Valley, California. Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute. October 1976. EPRI ER-229. Project 580. Topical Report 1.

Physical Description: 79 p.
Folder 95.

Dey, Abhijit

 

Resistivity modelling for arbitrarily shaped two dimensional structures. Part II: User's guide to the FORTRAN algorithm RESIS2D. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. October 1976. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-5283. UC-66b. TID-4500-R65.

Physical Description: 56 p.
Folder 96.

Dey, Abhijit and Frank Morrison

 

Resistivity modeling for arbitrarily shaped two dimensional structures. Part I: Theoretical formulation. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. October 1976. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-5223. UC-66a. TID-4500-R65.

Physical Description: 18 p.
Folder 97.

Holt, Ben and Edward L. Ghormley

 

Energy conversion and economics for geothermal power generation at Heber, California, Valles Caldera, New Mexico, and Raft River, Idaho--Case studies. Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute. November 1976. EPRI ER-301. Project 580. Topical Report 2.

Physical Description: 114 p.
Folder 98.

Dougherty, E. L. and J. Lohrenz

 

Statistical analyses of bids for federal offshore leases. Journal of Petroleum Technology (November 1976), pp. 1377-1390.

Folder 99.

Sorensen, Bent

 

Dependability of wind energy generators with short-term energy storage. Science, Vol. 194 (26 November 1976), pp. 935-938.

Folder 100.

Stanford Geothermal Program

 

Summaries: Second Workshop Geothermal Reservoir Engineering. December 1-3, 1976. Interdisciplinary Research in Engineering and Earth Sciences. Stanford University. Various paging.

Folder 101.

Meidav, H. Tsvi and Subir Sanyal

 

A Comparison of hydrothermal reservoirs of the western United States. Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute. December 1976. EPRI ER-364. Project 580. Topical Report.

Physical Description: 170 p.
Folder 102.

Lippman, M. J., T. N. Narasimhan, and P. A. Witherspoon

 

Numerical simulation of reservoir compaction in liquid dominated geothermal systems. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. December 1976. Energy and Environment D vision. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-4462.

Physical Description: 11 p.
Folder 103.

Narasimhan, T. N. and P. A. Witherspoon

 

Numerical model for land subsidence in shallow groundwater systems. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. December 1976. Energy and Environment Division. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-4461.

Physical Description: 10 p.
Folder 104.

Goldstein, N. E., H. Beyer, R. Corwin, et al.

 

Open file report geoscience studies in Buena Vista Valley, Nevada. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. December 1976. Energy and Environment Division. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-5913. UC-66b. TID-4500 R65.

Physical Description: 41 p.
Folder 105.

Reitzel, John

 

Utilization of U. S. geothermal resources. Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute. December 1976. EPRI ER-382. TPS 76-638. Final Report. Various paging.

Folder 106.

Stall, Bill and W. B. Rood

 

Three wise men of water roll out the pork barrel: Johnson, Sisk, McFall dominate the world of dams and irrigation. Los Angeles Times, Vol. XCVI (Sunday, December 26, 1976),

Physical Description: 9 p.
Folder 107.

Wollenberg, Harold, Tore Straume, Alan Smith, et al.

 

Variations in Radon-222 in soil and ground water at the Nevada test site. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. January 1977. Energy and Environment Division. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University California, Berkeley. LBL 5905.

Physical Description: 6 p.
Folder 108.

Dougherty, Elmer L. and John Lohrenz

 

Statistical analyses of solo and joint bids for federal offshore oil and gas leases. Prepared for the 1977 47th Annual California Regional Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME. 1977. SPE 6517.

Physical Description: 7 p.
Folder 109.

Faust, Charles R. and James W. Mercer

 

Theoretical analysis of fluid flow and energy transport in hydrothermal systems. U. S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 77-60. 1977.

Physical Description: 85 p.
Folder 110.

Dougherty, Elmer L. and John Lohrenz

 

Money left on the table in sealed, competitive bidding: federal offshore oil and gas lease bids. Prepared for the 1977 Economics and Evaluation Symposium of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME. 1977. SPE 6501.

Physical Description: 10 p.
Folder 111.

Faust, Charles R. and James W. Mercer

 

Finite-difference model of two-dimensional, single-, and two-phase heat transport in a porous medium--Version I. U. S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 77-234. 1977.

Physical Description: 84 p.
Folder 112.

Energy and Environment Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

 

Geothermal subsidence research program plan. April 1977. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. University of California, Riverside. LBL-5983. UC-66E. TID-4500-R65.

Physical Description: 111 p.
Folder 113.

VTN Consolidated, Inc. and CSL Associates, Inc.

 

Economic study of low temperature geothermal energy in Lassen and Modoc counties California. Prepared for the State of California Division of Oil and Gas and the Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission. Job 2175-3. April 1977.

Physical Description: 86 p.
Folder 114.

Lippman, Marcelo J., Chin Fu Tsang and Paul A. Witherspoon

 

Analysis of the response of geothermal reservoirs under injection and production procedures. Prepared for the 1977 47th Annual California Regional Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME. 1977. SPE 6537.

Physical Description: 15 p.
Folder 115.

Lippmann, M. J., B. Dominguez Aguirre, H. A. Wollenberg, et al.

 

Open file data on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. April 1977. Energy and Environment Division. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-6321. UC-66b. TID 4500-R65.

Physical Description: 10 p.
Folder 116.

Narasimhan, T. N. and P. A. Witherspoon

 

Reservoir evaluation tests on RRGE 1 and RRGE 2, Raft River Geothermal Project, Idaho. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. May 1977. Energy and Environment Division. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL 5958. UC-66b. TID 4500-R65.

Physical Description: 53 p.
Folder 117.

Dey, Abhijit and H. F. Morrison

 

An Analysis of the bipole-dipole resistivity method for geothermal exploration. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration. June 1977. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California, Riverside. LBL-6332. UC-66b. TID-4500-R65.

Physical Description: 60 p.
Folder 118.

Phillips, Sidney L., Ashwani K. Mathur, and Raymond E. Doebler

 

A Study of brine treatment. Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute. November 1977. EPRI ER-476. Project 791. LBL-6371. UC 66d. TID-4500-R65. Final Report. Various paging.

Folder 119.

LaMori, Phillip N. and Vasel W. Roberts

 

Proceedings: EPRI Annual Geothermal Program Project Review and Workshop. Kah-nee-ta, Warm Springs, Oregon. July 25 28, 1977. Prepared by Electric Power Research Institute. January 1978. EPRI ER-660-SR. Special Report. Various paging.

Folder 120.

Holt, Ben and Edward L. Ghormley

 

Preliminary design manual for a geothermal demonstration plant at Heber, California. Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute. February 1978. EPRI ER-670. Project 580. Topical Report. Various paging.

Folder 121.

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena

 

Geothermal energy resources in California: status report. Appendix. [1976] Various paging.

Folder 122.

Mozumder, Sashi Kumar

 

Geothermal heat extraction by a doublet. School of Engineering and Applied Science. University of California, Riverside. 1976. [paper submitted to M.S. Comprehensive Examination Committee]

Physical Description: 14 p.
Folder 123.

Mercer, J. W., Jr. and G. F. Pinder

 

Galerkin finite-element simulation of a geothermal reservoir. Geothermics, Vol. 2, nos. 3-4 (1973), pp. 81-89.

Folder 124.

Tsang, C. F., P. A. Witherspoon, and A. C. Gringarten

 

The Physical basis for screening geothermal production wells from the effects of reinjection. LBL-5914.

Physical Description: 23 p.
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Coombs, Jim

 

Geothermal energy: a challenge of nature. Institute for Geosciences. University of Texas at Dallas. A 75 459-8.

Physical Description: 8 p.
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Fulcher, Martin K.

 

Interdisciplinary approach to geothermal development. Boulder City, Nevada: U. S. Bureau of Reclamation. pp. 194-208.

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Faust, Charles R. and James W. Mercer

 

Mathematical modeling of geothermal systems. Reston, Virginia: U. S. Geological Survey, National Center. pp. 1635-1641.

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Dougherty, Elmer L., Frankie W. Conner, and John Lohrenz

 

The Effect of bias in sealed, competitive bidding: federal offshore oil and gas lease bids.

Physical Description: 29 p.
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Greider, Robert

 

Economic considerations for geothermal exploration in the western United States. Chevron Oil Company.

Physical Description: 78 p.
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Gringarten, A. C. and J. P. Sauty

 

A Theoretical study of heat extraction from aquifers with uniform regional flow. Orleans, France: Bureau de recherches geologiques et minieres.

Physical Description: 23 p.
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Gholami, Mohamad Reza

 

Effect of temperature on power plant efficiency. Author's MS. copy.

Physical Description: 16 p.
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Bloomster, C. H. and C. A. Knutsen

 

The Economics of geothermal electricity generation from hydrothermal resources. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. BNWL 1989. UC 13. Prepared for the U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration.

Physical Description: 43 p.
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Mercer, James W., Jr., Charles Faust, and George F. Pinder

 

Geothermal reservoir simulation. pp. 256-267.

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Spann, Robert M. and Edward W. Erickson

 

Joint costs and separability in oil and gas exploration. pp. 212-250.

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Burt, Oscar R. and Ronald G. Cummings

 

Production and investment in natural resource industries. The American Economic Review. pp. 576-590.

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Zoega, J. and G. Kristinsson

 

The Reykjavik district heating system.

Physical Description: 8 p.