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      Baja California Peninsula; intense fracturing; fractures grid; granodiorite and pull apart system; volcanic migration [1]
      Baja California Sur; Environmental Impact; Geothermal Reservoir; Protection to Environment; Tres Virgenes [1]
      Baja California; Cerro Prieto; Geothermal resources evaluation; Las Tres Vírgenes; Mexico; Volumetric heat in place method [1]
      Baja California; Fluid inclusions; Geothermometers; Heat balance; Hydrogeochemistry; Mexico; Seawater component; Static formation temperatures [1]
      Calcite; Geochemistry; Incrustation; Las Tres Vírgenes; Production hole size; Steam production [1]
      Calderas [1]
      Carbon; Clay alteration; Cooling systems; Geothermal wells; Glacial geology; Inert gases; Infiltration; Isotopes; Mixing; Rivers; Surface waters; Trace elements; Volcanoes; Cerro Prieto; Environmental isotopes; Geothermal reservoir; Paleotemperatures; Residence time; Volcanic activities; Geothermal fields; cosmogenic radionuclide; dissolution; geothermal system; halite; Holocene; in situ measurement; late glacial; noble gas; paleoclimate; paleotemperature; Pleistocene; reservoir; residence time; stable isotope; tectonic evolution; volcanic eruption; Baja California Sur; Baja California [(STT) Mexico]; Cerro Prieto; Colorado River [North America]; Mexico [North America]; Tres Virgenes Geothermal Field [1]
      Cerro Prieto; Co-genetic volcanic activity; Environmental isotopes; Fluid provenance; Geothermal reservoir; Las Tres Vírgenes; Noble gases; Paleotemperature; Residence time [2]
      Cerro Prieto; Geothermal power generation; Las Tres V́rgenes; Los Azufres; Los Humeros; Mexico [1]
      Circulation; Drilling; Geothermal well; Surrounding formation; Two phase flow; Well temperature distribution [1]
      Computer software; Geochemistry; Geothermal; Geothermal exploration; Geothermometry; Mexico [1]
      Control theory; Initial temperature; Reservoir engineering; Temperature logs; Wells [1]
      Country Updates; Mexico; Mexican Fields; Geothermal Steam Production; Geothermal Electric Generation [1]
      Deposits; Exploratory geochemistry; Geochemical surveys; Geothermal fields; Inert gases; Isotopes; Sodium chloride; Baja california; Gulf of California; Injection wells; Magmatic fluids; Major and minor elements; Noble gas isotopes; Production wells; Stable isotopes of water; Injection (oil wells) [1]
      Direct uses; Geothermal fields in operation; Mexico; Power capacity and generation; Steam production [1]
      discordant outliers; Las Tres Virgenes geothermal field; Los Azufres geothermal field; Mexican geothermal fluids; Mexican thermal springs; solute geothermometers [1]
      Drilling fluids; Economics [1]
      Drilling fluids; Thermodynamics; Lost circulation [1]
      Drilling target; Focal mechanism; Geophysics; Passive seismic [1]