North Dakota

Spatiotemporal Analysis of Urban Expansion in the Greater Grand Forks Area, ND

This project seeks to perform such spatiotemporal analysis of Landsat 4-5 TM data made available from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) for the Greater Grand Forks Area in order to better demonstrate the increase in urbanization taking place in one of North Dakota’s largest population centers.

Geophysical Analysis of the Paleogeothermal Gradient and Heat Flow in the Williston Basin, ND

The present work attempts to address the different positions taken by updating geophysical modeling evidence concerning heat flow in the Williston Basin in which paleogeothermal conditions are variable over geologic time.

Geophysical Analysis Of The Paleogeothermal Gradient And Heat Flow In The Williston Basin, ND

After conducting the investigation, present research demonstrates that elevated heat flow may have existed in the Williston Basin in the geologic past but did not necessarily have to occur during or after the time period suggested.

Geophysical Analysis Of The Paleogeothermal Gradient And Heat Flow In The Williston Basin, ND

The present work attempts to address the different positions taken by updating geophysical modeling evidence concerning heat flow in the Williston Basin in which paleogeothermal conditions are variable over geologic time.

Concept for a Distributed Baseload Binary Power Network

A network of high-efficiency, modular power plants installed at intervals along the course of the Missouri River in the Williston Basin could generate as much as 300 MW of electrical power.