The CeMIEGeo Digital Collection main objective is to preserve and disseminate the scientific, technological and research literature that is developed in the Mexican Center for Innovation in Geothermal Energy, CeMIEGeo.
The CeMIEGeo Digital Collection is a platform for searching and consulting scientific, technological and innovation information. Provides preservation, management and electronic access services to academic, scientific, technological and innovation resources produced by academics, researchers, scientists, technologists, postgraduate students, and collaborators affiliated with CeMIEGeo.
Metadata and links to published versions of the products generated within the CeMIEGeo project will be available, including: articles, book chapters, book, memoirs and thesis, and literature related to geothermal resources in Mexico will be available.
The objectives of the CeMIEGeo Digital Collection are:
- Increase the visibility of the scientific production of the CeMIEGeo Consortium.
- Preserve and protect the information generated by CeMIEGeo.
- Systematize and collect the bibliography used in the project.
- To structure, classify, describe and standardize metadata associated with indexed documents.
- Add value to scientific production through a controlled vocabulary, standardized citations, query statistics, addresses to published versions and preservation mechanisms.
- Have established standards to be compatible with National and International repositories.
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Volcanic and marine stratigraphy along the El Álamo Canyon, Santa Rosalía Basin, Baja California Sur This field trip highlights evidence of late Pliocene–early Pleistocene submarine and subaerial volcanism coeval with marine and marginal-marine sedimentation in the Santa Rosalía Basin in Baja California. The best exposures ...
Eruptive chronology of the Acoculco caldera complex – A resurgent caldera in the eastern Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt (México) (Elsevier, 2020)The Acoculco caldera complex (ACC) is located in the eastern part of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt in the northern part of the State of Puebla. The complex sits at the intersection of two regional fault systems with NE- ...
Tectonic and magmatic controls on the evolution of post-collapse volcanism. Insights from the Acoculco Caldera Complex, Puebla, México The Acoculco Caldera Complex (ACC; 2.7–0.06 Ma) is located in the eastern part of the Trans Mexican Volcanic Belt, México. The ACC produced three major explosive eruptions: the Acoculco andesitic ignimbrite (AI; 2.7 Ma; ...
Estimation of Fracture Energy from Hydraulic Fracture Tests on Mortar and Rocks at Geothermal Reservoir Temperatures (Springer Nature, 2021-05-17)An Enhanced Geothermal System (EGS) can be thought of as an underground heat exchanger designed to extract geothermal energy. The performance of these systems can be improved by increasing permeability with hydraulic ...
Invariant TE and TM impedances in the marine magnetotelluric method ( The Royal Astronomical Society, 2020)The magnetotelluric (MT) impedance tensor has a nil diagonal when one of the axes of the coordinate system coincides with the strike of a 2-D structure. In general, real data are full tensors either because of 3-D effects ...