Undergraduate and graduate student teams of up to four students each are invited to develop professional-quality research plans and reports using exploration technologies to further geothermal power development of the Snake River Plain in Idaho. Research should be based on case study analysis using one or more of the following exploration technologies:
- Remote sensing
The top ten teams will receive $10k and be invited to submit a technical paper. Of those, the top three teams (2 students per team) will receive travel, lodging, meals, incidental expenses and registration costs to present their reports at the 36th Annual Geothermal Resources Council Meeting in Reno, Nevada in September 30 – October 3, 2012.