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Geothermal resources for aquaculture

Geothermal resources for aquaculture

proceedings of a workshop, Boise, Idaho, December 13-15, 1977

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Published by Oregon State University, Sea Grant Communications in Corvallis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquaculture -- Congresses.,
  • Geothermal resources -- Multiple use -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementsponsored by Pacific Sea Grant Advisory Program, Oregon State University, University of Idaho.
    SeriesPublication - Oregon State University, Sea Grant College Program ; no. ORESU-W-78-001, Publication (Oregon State University. Sea Grant College Program) ;, no. ORESU-W-78-001.
    ContributionsPacific Sea Grant Advisory Program.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH135 .G46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4379790M
    LC Control Number78624320

    1. Direct use of geothermal resources for aquaculture applications Aquaculture is the raising of fish and other aquatic animals in a controlled environment — basically; it is the farming of fish, shellfish, and other freshwater or marine (saltwater) creatures. Nikolay Belyakov, in Sustainable Power Generation, Perspectives of geothermal power. The discussion about the technology and its positive and negative impact on the environment can lead towards the conclusion that geothermal electricity generation can provide a good alternative to conventional power generation technologies. The global resource base for geothermal energy is .

    The final source of geothermal energy is magma, which is partially molten rock. Molten rock is the largest global geothermal resource and is found at depths below km. Its great depth and high temperature (between °C and °C) make the resource difficult to access and harness. Thus, technology to use magma resources is not well developed. resources in the world and, after more than 50 years, still produces Agriculture and Aquaculture Water from geothermal reservoirs is used in many places to warm greenhouses that grow flowers, vegetables, and other crops. Natural warm water can also speed the growth of fish, shellfish, reptiles, and amphibians. In Japan, aqua-farms grow eels.

      Geothermal Resource. A geothermal resource can be defined as a reservoir inside the Earth from which heat can be extracted economically (cost wise less expensive than or comparable with other conventional sources of energy—such as hydroelectric power or fossil fuels) and utilized for generating electric power or any other suitable industrial, agricultural or domestic application in the . Find geothermal (geothermal) books and publications, the world’s largest energy industry marketplace and information resource.


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The geothermal water is commonly used to heat water in raceways, ponds and tanks. This difference determines whether or not the application will be feasible. For a direct use project, the temperature of the geothermal resource entering the system must be above the temperature of the process in order to transfer heat out of the geothermal water and into the process (aquaculture pond, building, greenhouse, etc.).

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The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Keywords: Aquaculture, catfish, flowers, greenhouses, hydroponics, prawns, roses, Tilapia, vegetables. 1 Introduction Greenhouses A number of commercial crops can be raised in greenhouses, making geothermal resources in cold climates particularly attractive, where growth can be optimized in a controlled environment.

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1 geothermal energy project on Friday, Aug In photo: Dr. Catherine Hickson, CEO of Alberta No. 1 and Chief Geologist at Terrapin, and former Minister of Natural Resources, Amarjeet Sohi.The accompanying map shows the location and temperature of Arizona's hot springs, regions of known or potential geothermal resources, wells with elevated water temperatures, thermal resorts, and aquaculture plants, and illustrates the State's strong potential for geothermal energy production.