Title

Stratigraphy from Borehole Strain, Yellowstone National Park & Monitoring Norris Geyser Basin with Thermal IR Remote Sensing

Document Type

Lecture

Publication Date

4-14-2016

Abstract

Dr. Heasler discusses hydrothermal monitoring of Norris Geyser Basin using night time, airborne thermal infrared (TIR) imagery for 2008 to 2012.

Dr. Jaworowski presents preliminary results of drilling boreholes in Yellowstone National Park during 2007 and 2008, which bear on the extent of the Yellowstone hydrothermal system.

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Dr. Cheryl Jaworowski specializes in Quaternary geology and digital geologic mapping. For 11 years, she studied the Quaternary geology of Yellowstone National Park as a Park Service Geologist. For 3 years she taught geology, physical geography, and digital mapping courses at Laramie County Community College.

Dr. Henry P. Heasler specializes in terrestrial heat transport and hydrothermal systems. For 13 years he studied the hydrothermal system of Yellowstone National Park as a Park Service Geologist. For 17 years Dr. Heasler was a faculty member at the University of Wyoming, researching terrestrial heat transport and its effect on geologic processes such as hydrocarbon maturation.