The Physical Environment

The Earth’s Materials and Internal Processes

What are hot springs

Hot springs are created by underground water that is heated and percolates to the Earth’s surface. Aside from being natural baths, the steam from hot springs can be used to drive turbines, which create electricity. This type of energy production is called geothermal energy.


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