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Main Title Future directions for the U.S. Geological Survey's Energy Resources Program /
Publisher The National Academies Press,
Year Published 2018
OCLC Number 1050597273
ISBN 9780309477406; 0309477409
Subjects Power resources--Research--United States. ; Fossil fuels--United States.
Additional Subjects Energy Resources Program (Geological Survey)
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ELBM  TJ163.25.U6F87 2018 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 08/20/2019
Collation xii, 156 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
"Reliable, affordable, and technically recoverable energy is central to the nation's economic and social vitality. The United States is both a major consumer of geologically based energy resources from around the world and - increasingly of late - a developer of its own energy resources. Understanding the national and global availability of those resources as well as the environmental impacts of their development is essential for strategic decision making related to the nation's energy mix. The U.S. Geological Survey Energy Resources Program is charged with providing unbiased and publicly available national- and regional-scale assessments of the location, quantity, and quality of geologically based energy resources and with undertaking research related to their development. At the request of the Energy Resources Program (ERP), this publication considers the nation's geologically based energy resource challenges in the context of current national and international energy outlooks. Future Directions for the U.S. Geological Survey's Energy Resources Program examines how ERP activities and products address those challenges and align with the needs federal and nonfederal consumers of ERP products. This study contains recommendations to develop ERP products over the next 10-15 years that will most effectively inform both USGS energy research priorities and the energy needs and priorities of the U.S. government"--Publisher's description. Projected energy trends and geologically based energy challenges -- The ERP portfolio with respect to energy challenges -- Alignment with national and stakeholder needs -- Priorities for the future -- Recommendations -- Appendixes. A. Committee biographies -- B. Information packet from the Energy Resources Program and ERP product examples -- C. Open session agendas -- D. Board rosters -- E. Acronyms.