Oral History:

Interview#: OH010
Interviewee: John W. Lund
Interviewer: Anne Hiller Clark
Date: 06/14/2010
Location: Shaw Historical Library
Length: 46:40
Subjects: Geo-Heat Center at OIT

Time Index
0:00-0:57 Introduction/full name/occupation/brief background
1:00-4:58 Establishment of the Geo-Heat Center At OIT and Mr. Lund's involvement.
4:59-10:35 Funding and early operations/associations of the Geo-Heat Center
10:35-12:40 Geo-Heat Center Bulletin
12:50-16:18 Evolution from teaching to becoming involved with geothermal energy on a global scale.
16:25-18:49 Geo-heat conferences that have taken place at OIT: 1974, 1999, 2009
18:50-21:52 Relationship between the Geo-heat Center and the local use of geothermal resources.
21:54-25:41 Recent changes in direct utilization of geo-heat technology.
25:42-31:20 Geothermal systems on OIT's campus.
31:22-39:59 Mr. Lund discusses the process of drilling the deep geothermal well on OIT's campus in 2009
40:05-43:20 Aquaculture and greenhouse projects of the late 1970s to early 1980s
43:23-46:40  The relationship of the Geo-Heat Center with students.


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