Anna Crowell


Anna Crowell is a graduate student at The University of North Dakota, focusing on the use of GIS to enhance understanding and identification of geothermal resources. She earned her undergraduate degrees in Management and Computer Information Systems from Park University in 2002. Current research interests include: continental heat flow, bottom-hole temperature corrections, estimating geothermal energy reserves in sedimentary basins, identifying sites for geothermal power plants in oil fields using coproduced fluids, and working on a characterization of the geothermal potential for the Rio Grande Rift.


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UND Department of Geology & Geological Engineering