Geothermal Resource Assessment of Ranger Warm Springs, Colorado

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Publication Year: 

1983

Abstract: 

During 1980 and 1981 geothermal resource assessment efforts were conducted in the Cement Creek Valley south of Crested Butte. In this valley are two warm springs, Cement Creek and Ranger, about 4 mi (6.4 km) apart. The temperature of both springs is 77-79°F (25-26°C) and the discharge ranges from 60 to 195 gallons per minute. Due to access problems no work was conducted in the Cement Creek Warm Springs area. At Ranger Warm Springs electrical resistivity and soil mercury surveys were conducted.

Document Type: 

  • Report

Tags: 

  • critical issues, database publication, geothermal, colorado