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"The heat source for North Brawley and the …
"The heat source for North Brawley and the Imperial Valley region is believed to be due to plate movements causing the valley to spread. The spreading causes basement rock at depths of 5-6 km to fracture, allowing hot magma to seep up. The hot magma is the source which is heating deep groundwater.'"`UNIQ--ref-0000004E-QINU`"' The most current reservoir information indicates that the main central portion of the Brawley geothermal anomaly is egg-shaped and roughly 13 km2. At current utilization depths of around 915 m, the highest measured temperature is 210°C and the average temperature of the geothermal brine being utilized is 149°C.'"`UNIQ--ref-0000004F-QINU`"'" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki. The given value was not understood.wiki. The given value was not understood. +
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