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Environmental aspects of deep geothermal waters application at energy and biological complexes (on an example of explored geothermal fields of Dagestan)
Petroleum geology, geophysics

Authors: Tatiana V . SVETLICHNAYA graduated from Dagestan State University. She is Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Geology, of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. She is author of scientific publications in the field of environmental and industrial safety. E-mail: tata_svet_gaz@mail.ru
Gasan B . BADAVOV graduated from Lenin Daghestan State University and postgraduate course of Pamfilov Academy of Public Services. He is member of the Committee of RUSISU (RosSNIO) on the problems of RES, senior researcher of the Institute of Geothermal Resources of the Dagestan Research Center of the Russain Academy of Sciences. He is author of more than 50 scientific publications in the sphere of RES. E-mail: lotos155@yandex.ru.
Adolph A. CHERNYAVSKIY graduated from Novocherkassk Polytechnic Institute. He is winner of the Award of the RF Government in 2011 in the sphere of science and technology, Candidate of Sciences, chief specialist on economy and renewable energy of the Institute «Rostovteploelektroprojekt». He is author of more than 40 projects in the area of small power engineering and 70 scientific publications and inventions patented in USSR, Russia, USA, Great Britain. E-mail:mailto:MR.1936@BK.RU

Abstract: As a result of exploration work carried out on the territory of the plain and foothill Daghestan significant reserves of geothermal sources with temperature from 40 to 107 C have been identified suitable for use in various sectors of economy: from power generation, heating and hot water supply of buildings and constructions to breeding and cultivation of vegetables and microalgae

Index UDK: УДК 621.482.574.3

Keywords: geothermal water, project of energy and biological complex, business plan, ecoefficiency

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