His primary areas of study are Geothermal gradient, Heat flow, Geophysics, Crust and Geomorphology. His Geothermal gradient study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seismology, Induced seismicity, Quaternary and Earth science. David D. Blackwell has included themes like Elevation and Terrain in his Geophysics study.
The various areas that David D. Blackwell examines in his Crust study include Foothills, Basin and range topography and Mantle. His studies in Geomorphology integrate themes in fields like Subduction, Volcanic arc, Volcanic rock, Lava and Volcanism. He focuses mostly in the field of Sedimentary basin, narrowing it down to matters related to Geotechnical engineering and, in some cases, Petrology.
David D. Blackwell mainly focuses on Geothermal gradient, Geothermal energy, Geomorphology, Petrology and Heat flow. The concepts of his Geothermal gradient study are interwoven with issues in Hydrology, Geochemistry, Aquifer and Petroleum engineering. His Geothermal energy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Anomaly, Quaternary and Igneous rock.
His study in Geomorphology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Volcanism, Tectonics, Crust, Flow and Caldera. David D. Blackwell combines subjects such as Sedimentary basin, Subduction, Permeability, Fracture and Borehole with his study of Petrology. His work carried out in the field of Heat flow brings together such families of science as Precambrian and Geophysics.
David D. Blackwell mainly investigates Geothermal gradient, Geothermal energy, Hydrology, Geothermal exploration and Geomorphology. His Geothermal gradient study incorporates themes from Structural basin, Petroleum engineering, Geochemistry, Basalt and Petrology. The Geothermal energy study combines topics in areas such as Seismology and Heat flow.
His work carried out in the field of Heat flow brings together such families of science as Geotechnical engineering and Reliability engineering. As part of the same scientific family, David D. Blackwell usually focuses on Geothermal exploration, concentrating on Earth science and intersecting with Geophysics. The Geomorphology study combines topics in areas such as Flow and Continental crust.
David D. Blackwell spends much of his time researching Geothermal gradient, Geothermal energy, Geomorphology, Heat flow and Seismology. His Geothermal gradient study deals with Hydrology intersecting with Petroleum engineering. His Geomorphology research includes themes of Flow and Continental crust.
David D. Blackwell has included themes like Geothermal exploration, Soil science, Geophysics and Earth science in his Heat flow study. His research in the fields of Volcanic arc, Pacific Plate and Transform fault overlaps with other disciplines such as West virginia. His research integrates issues of Heat transfer, Lithosphere and Petrology in his study of Subduction.
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Heat generation of plutonic rocks and continental heat flow provinces
Robert F. Roy;David D. Blackwell;Francis Birch.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1968)
Geothermal Map of North America
David D. Blackwell;John L. Steele;David S. Chapman;Edward R. Decker.
GSW Books (1992)
Neotectonics of North America
D. Burton Slemmons;E. R. Engdahl;Mark D. Zoback;David D. Blackwell.
The Thermal Structure of the Continental Crust
David D. Blackwell.
Geophysical monograph (2013)
Heat flow in the united States
Robert F. Roy;Edward R. Decker;David D. Blackwell;Francis Birch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1968)
8: Heat flow and energy loss in the Western United States
David D. Blackwell.
Geological Society of America Memoirs (1978)
Heat flow, arc volcanism, and subduction in northern Oregon
David D. Blackwell;Richard G. Bowen;Donald A. Hull;Joseph Riccio.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1982)
Thermal Conductivity of Sedimentary Rocks: Measurement and Significance
David D. Blackwell;John L. Steele.
The terrain effect on terrestrial heat flow
David D. Blackwell;John L. Steele;Charles A. Brott.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1980)
Assessment of the Enhanced Geothermal System Resource Base of the United States
David D. Blackwell;Petru T. Negraru;Maria C. Richards.
Natural resources research (2007)
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