The West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey provides an interactive map of geothermal resources in the state. The map shows temperatures at specific depths underground, as well as the depth required to reach specific temperatures. In addition, a large amount of related information is also provided, including:
The Idaho Department of Water Resources provides an interactive map with information on geothermal wells and springs in the state. Wells and springs are split into low-temperature (85 to 212 degrees fahrenheit) and high-temperature (above 212 degrees) groups.
Users can click on individual wells and springs to find more information, including temperature, discharge, and use.