Agriculture and Aquaculture Applications of Geothermal Energy

Agriculture and aquaculture applications are particualarly attractive for geothermal applications because they require heating at the lower end of the temperature range where there is an abundance of geothermal resources. Use of waste heat or the cascading of geothermal energy from power plants or other high-temperature uses also have excellent possibilities. A number of agribusiness applications can be considered such as greenhouses, aquaculture, animal husbandry, soil warming and irrigation, mushroom raising, and biogas generation.

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Citation Date 1985-09-01T00:00:00Z

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Original ID 20a982b974af9b918e9bc6f2590e14e8
Index Date 2015-07-06T21:15:36Z
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Original Version 1.2

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Name John W. Lund
Position missing
Organization Geo-Heat Center at the Oregon Institute of Technology
Email nbmg@unr.edu

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