Magnetotelluric Data from Mountain Home, ID

Abstract

This dataset includes magnetotelluric transfer functions in the form of EDI files for 16 stations collected by the USGS and 40 stations collected by Quantec Geoscience for Lawerence Berkeley National Lab around the Mountain Home area in Idaho. A 3D electrical resistivity model is included that images resistive and conductive bodies in the subsurface that maybe important for geothermal characterization. The model was created using ModEM using the high performance computer Yeti at the USGS.

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DOE Project Name: PLAY FAIRWAY ANALYSIS OF THE SNAKE RIVER PLAIN, IDAHO
DOE Project Number: EE0006733
DOE Project Lead: Mike Weathers
DOI: 10.15121/1666377
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Sep
2020
Data from September, 2020
Submitted Sep 18, 2020

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Authors

Jared Peacock
US Geological Survey
Erika Gasperikova
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Keywords

Geothermal, Magnetotelluric Data, Mountain Home, magnetotelluric, transfer function, EDI, Idaho, electrical resistivity, modeling, ModEM, Yeti, USGS, Snake River Plain, SRP, PFA, resource, characterization, blind, MTpy, Python, geophysics, magnetics, geomagnetic, electromagnetic, conductivity

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