Magnetotelluric data is available through EMScope.  Oregon is where footprints of datasets began in 2006. 

I am a graduate student for the Consortium for Electromagnetic Modeling and Inversion at the University of Utah. 

2010 resurfacing in the research arena:

Schematic diagram of the Yellowstone plum progression relative to the North American plate. (a) Behind-arc plum-head phase located beneath the accreted oceanic plate of of the Columbia River Plateau and behind the descending Juan de Fuca plate at 17 Ma. (b) Sheared and tilted plume head entrained in mantle flow at present time. (c) Hypothesized track of the Yellowstone plume tail, at 660 km depth originating 150 km west of Yellowstone, to its origin as a tilted structure at 14 Ma 400 km southwest. Red circles show the plume base which is offset due to the tilt from surface silicic volcanic centers shown with yellow circles. Basaltic dikes are shown as dashed green lines. (Smith et al., 2009).

Seismic Interpretations from Berkley 

download the Seismic model:  http://seismo.berkeley.edu/~rallen/research/dna/dna09/download/

March 2009 update:

CEMI consortium meeting / AGU slideshow

Paper found in Chapter 13 of manual.

Linkable references: 

High Lava Plains Project, Seismic Contributions

Suzan van der Lee, Deep Below North America, Science, Vol 294, 9 November 2001

Photos from fieldwork with Heather, May 2008

Earthscope Workshop Abstracts, Archive 2001

Proposal to the National Science Foundation, March 2007

Rocky Mountain Earthscope Workshop I Abstracts, September 2004 

Taylor, S.B., 2005, Western Oregon University Course Web Sites, ERTH 350 Environmental Geology (WU), Overview of Oregon

Wells R.T. et. al., Tectonic plate motions, crustal blocks, and shallow earthquakes in Cascadia

MS thesis 2003 Colorado School of Mines:  Magnetotelluric Crustal Studies in Kenai, AK 

Below are a few bibliographic links to EarthScope research. BP funded: CO2 sequestration.

My personal homepage has moved to:  http://alisamg.googlepages.com/.