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Books and Journals on Geothermal Engineering
New Books and e-books on Geothermal Engineering
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Geothermal [electronic resource] : reliable, renewable, global : Geothermal Resources Council 2012 annual meeting, September 30-October 3, Peppermill Resort Spa, Reno, Nevada, USA
Earth Sciences Library (Branner) » Media » GB1199.5 .G457A V.36
Geothermal power plants [electronic resource] : principles, applications, case studies, and environmental impact
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