Is this project an undergraduate, graduate, or faculty project?

Undergraduate

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Authors' Class Standing

J. Martorella Senior Genesis Vargas Esposito Senior

Lead Presenter's Name

Martorella

Faculty Mentor Name

Wes Lewis & Dr. Kelly George

Abstract

This study discusses the uses of Iceland’s geothermal and glacial water resources and their impacts. Iceland’s exceptional geographical location provides residents with their main source of energy: water. The water resources provide for a unique lifestyle that directly influence Iceland’s residents and tourists. Harvesting the natural energy takes careful planning for the integration of technology to prevent significant, negative environmental impacts. These natural water resources has places an emphasis on sustainable living,

Did this research project receive funding support (Spark or Ignite Grants) from the Office of Undergraduate Research?

Yes, Spark Grant

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The Power of Water: A Study on the Integration of Geothermal and Glacial Resources in Iceland

This study discusses the uses of Iceland’s geothermal and glacial water resources and their impacts. Iceland’s exceptional geographical location provides residents with their main source of energy: water. The water resources provide for a unique lifestyle that directly influence Iceland’s residents and tourists. Harvesting the natural energy takes careful planning for the integration of technology to prevent significant, negative environmental impacts. These natural water resources has places an emphasis on sustainable living,

 

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