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Searched for: LC Classification is Geography. Anthropology. Recreation -- Atlases -- By region or country -- America. Western Hemisphere -- North America -- United States -- The West -- Pacific and Mountain States. Far West -- Southwestern States -- New Southwest -- California
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This lesson examines land use in Santa Clara county, California, which is a region that has seen much growth in the last 33 years. Land formerly used as farmland has been transformed into commercial and residential...
This remote sensing lesson from iGETT uses the example of land cover changes in California's San Fernando Valley. Students will analyze data using MultiSpec and ArcGIS. The lesson asks students to look at population...
How do we understand the Earth and its complexity? It's a crucial question in our age. Fortunately, the California Geological Survey is interested in these matters. The Survey's Educational Resources Center site...
This United States Geological Survey (USGS) publication discusses the San Andreas Fault in California; specifically what has caused the fault, where it is located, surface features that characterize it, and movement...
This page demonstrates the development of a Santa Ana wind event in the Los Angeles basin. It includes a brief description of these, hot, dry offshore winds, some legends surrounding them, and some of their potentially...
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