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California Geothermal Power Generation Photos
California Geothermal Power Generation
Geothermal power makes use of naturally occurring subsurface magma formations to generate electric power. First steam is created by injecting water into the hot subsurface layers. The steam is then fed back trough turbine generators to create electricity.
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California Geothermal Power Generation Images
California Geothermal Power Generation
Like wind and solar geothermal power is considered a renewable or green power resource.
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Stock photography of California Geothermal Power Generation
California Geothermal Power Generation
Geothermal power makes use of naturally occurring subsurface magma formations to generate electric power. First steam is created by injecting water into the hot subsurface layers. The steam is then fed back trough turbine generators to create electricity.
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California Geothermal Power Generation Pictures
California Geothermal Power Generation
There are 15 geothermal plants producing electricity in the southern Salton Sea Imperial County area. Combined the plants produce about 570 megawatts of power.
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Stock photos of California Geothermal Power Generation
California Geothermal Power Generation
Like wind and solar geothermal power is considered a renewable or green power resource.
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Pictures of California Geothermal Power Generation
California Geothermal Power Generation
Geothermal power makes use of naturally occurring subsurface magma formations to generate electric power. First steam is created by injecting water into the hot subsurface layers. The steam is then fed back trough turbine generators to create electricity.
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Stock images of California Geothermal Power Generation
California Geothermal Power Generation
There are 15 geothermal plants producing electricity in the southern Salton Sea Imperial County area. Combined the plants produce about 570 megawatts of power.
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California Geothermal Power Generation Stock Photography
California Geothermal Power Generation
Farm fields can be located directly next to a geothermal power plant.
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California Geothermal Power Generation Photos
California Geothermal Power Generation
Like wind and solar geothermal power is considered a renewable or green power resource.
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California Geothermal Power Generation Images
California Geothermal Power Generation
Geothermal power makes use of naturally occurring subsurface magma formations to generate electric power. First steam is created by injecting water into the hot subsurface layers. The steam is then fed back trough turbine generators to create electricity.
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Stock photography of Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Geothermal formations which produce bubbling pots of mud and carbon dioxide gases escaping from beneath the surface crust.
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Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes Pictures
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Also known as Mud Volcanoes.
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Stock photos of Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Geothermal formations which produce bubbling pots of mud and carbon dioxide gases escaping from beneath the surface crust.
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Pictures of Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Also known as Mud Volcanoes.
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Stock images of Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Geothermal formations which produce bubbling pots of mud and carbon dioxide gases escaping from beneath the surface crust.
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Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes Stock Photography
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Also known as Mud Volcanoes.
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Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes Photos
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
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Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes Images
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Geothermal formations which produce bubbling pots of mud and carbon dioxide gases escaping from beneath the surface crust.
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Stock photography of Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Also known as Mud Volcanoes.
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Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes Pictures
Salton Sea Mud Domes or Mud Volcanoes
Geothermal formations which produce bubbling pots of mud and carbon dioxide gases escaping from beneath the surface crust.
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Stock photos of Salton Sea Dried Cracked Mud Salt & Mineral Deposits
Salton Sea Dried Cracked Mud Salt & Mineral Deposits
The Salton Sea is an enclosed basin. Evaporation is the only means for water to escape once it has flowed into this inland sea. This leaves behind salt and mineral deposits and is the cause of the ever increasing salinity and pollution that plagues the Salton Sea.
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Pictures of Salton Sea Dried Cracked Mud Salt & Mineral Deposits
Salton Sea Dried Cracked Mud Salt & Mineral Deposits
The Salton Sea is an enclosed basin. Evaporation is the only means for water to escape once it has flowed into this inland sea. This leaves behind salt and mineral deposits and is the cause of the ever increasing salinity and pollution that plagues the Salton Sea.
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Stock images of Salton Sea Dried Cracked Mud Salt & Mineral Deposits
Salton Sea Dried Cracked Mud Salt & Mineral Deposits
The Salton Sea is an enclosed basin. Evaporation is the only means for water to escape once it has flowed into this inland sea. This leaves behind salt and mineral deposits and is the cause of the ever increasing salinity and pollution that plagues the Salton Sea.
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Burrowing Owl Stock Photography
Burrowing Owl
Small ground dwelling Owl with long legs a round head yellow eyes and white eyebrows. Sandy colored on the head brown with white speckling on breast and wings. Often easy to spot because they are active in daylight and nest on the ground in burrows often in dirt berms along roads in agricultural areas.
species: Athene cunicularia
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Burrowing Owl Photos
Burrowing Owl
Small ground dwelling Owl with long legs a round head yellow eyes and white eyebrows. Sandy colored on the head brown with white speckling on breast and wings. Often easy to spot because they are active in daylight and nest on the ground in burrows often in dirt berms along roads in agricultural areas.
species: Athene cunicularia
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Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea Images
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
The Salton Sea has been in decline for years. Large scale fish die offs have become annual summer events since the late nineties. The major causes are believed to be the ever increasing salinity pollution from Mexico via the New River and agricultural runoff from the surrounding farmland on the southern end of the Sea. The pollutants include huge quantities of raw sewage industrial waste farm fertilizers and pesticides.
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Stock photography of Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
As an example of the scale of past fish die offs it was estimated that 7.6 million fish died during a single day event on August 12 1999.
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Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea Pictures
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
The Salton Sea has been in decline for years. Large scale fish die offs have become annual summer events since the late nineties. The major causes are believed to be the ever increasing salinity pollution from Mexico via the New River and agricultural runoff from the surrounding farmland on the southern end of the Sea. The pollutants include huge quantities of raw sewage industrial waste farm fertilizers and pesticides.
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Stock photos of Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
Pollution - Fish Die Offs Salton Sea
As an example of the scale of past fish die offs it was estimated that 7.6 million fish died during a single day event on August 12 1999.
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Pictures of Marine Algae - Green Algae on Intertidal Rocks
Marine Algae - Green Algae on Intertidal Rocks
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Stock images of Marine Algae - Green Algae on Intertidal Rocks
Marine Algae - Green Algae on Intertidal Rocks
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Cabrillo National Monument Stock Photography
Cabrillo National Monument
Statue of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo who led the first European expedition to explore the west coast of the United States. Three months after leaving port from Navidad Mexico in June of 1542 he arrived at the protected bay which was later named San Diego.
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see also
| American White Pelican | Anza Borrego | Burrowing Owl | Coal Fired Power Plant | Fish Die Offs | Hoover Dam | Hydroelectric Power |
| Joshua Tree | Kelp Forest | Marine Invertebrates | New River | Nuclear Power | Old Town | Panoramic Images | Pollution |
| Salton Sea | San Diego Balboa Park | San Diego Coronado Bridge | San Diego Gaslamp Quarter | San Diego Night Skyline |
| San Diego Petco Park | San Diego Skyline | Seaport Village | Snow Geese | Solar Power Generation | Tilapia | Wind Turbine Power Generation |

species represented
Athene cunicularia

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Birds, Bombay Beach, Coast, Coastal, Conservation, Electric, Energy, Green, Intertidal, Mud Dome, Owls, Pesticides,
Powered, Powerplant, Powerplants, Renewable, Salinity, Seaweed, Sewage, Tilapia, Valcano, Valcanoes, Wastewater, Tidepool,
Tidepools

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