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water power
Subject Category
P Natural Resources, Earth and Environmental Sciences
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Scope Note
Use for the electrical or mechanical energy harnessed from the action of falling or flowing water or due to water temperature differentials; For the generation of electric power generation usually from water released in controlled amounts though a system of turbines USE hydroelectic power.
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hydro power
tidal power
Broader Term
renewable energy sources
Narrower Term
hydroelectric power
Related Term
energía hidráulica
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