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Hydroelectric power plant (Hoover Dam, USA)

Hydroelectric power plant (Hoover Dam, USA)

The huge dam built on the Colorado river in the US was named after a former American President.

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Hoover Dam, hidroelektrostacija, ASV, elektrostacija, Enerģija, enerģijas ražošana, turbīna, Elektriskā strāva, ģenerators, transformators, upes regulēšana, ūdens uzglabāšana, ūdens, upe, patērētājs, Ģeogrāfija

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Tidal power station

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Transformer

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Biogas power plant

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Fusion reactor

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Geothermal power station

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Geyser

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Nuclear power plant

Nuclear power plants convert the energy released during nuclear fission into electric power.

Flood defence system

The protective embankment, or, in case of minor floods, the summer dyke ensures the protection against flood damage.

Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco, 1937)

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The development of lakes

Standing bodies of water can form in depressions on the surface by both endogenic and exogenic forces, as well as by human activity.

Thermal power station (hydrocarbon fuel)

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Watermill

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