Sequoia National Park Sierra Nevada

Sequoia National Park Sierra Nevada

Use this cool notebook at school for sketching, taking notes or homework Colorful note pad for men and women for taking notes at work Capture your thoughts and memories from your adventures in the great outdoors 7.5 x 9.25 inches with soft ...

Author: Delsee Notebooks

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ISBN: 1086693884

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Page: 122

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Use this cool notebook at school for sketching, taking notes or homework Colorful note pad for men and women for taking notes at work Capture your thoughts and memories from your adventures in the great outdoors 7.5 x 9.25 inches with soft matte cover & 120 pages of college ruled paper
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Glacial Reconnaissance of Sequoia National Park California

Glacial Reconnaissance of Sequoia National Park California

Characteristics and Distribution of the Ancient Glaciers in the Most Southerly
National Park of the Sierra Nevada François Matthes, Fritiof Fryxell. 130 p . 601 p
. 493 ft ) indicate that the range bore several small gla- | Knopf , Adolph , 1918 , A
 ...

Author: François Matthes

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ISBN: UCR:31210020750426

Category: Glaciers

Page: 58

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Characteristics and distribution of the ancient glaciers in the most southerly national park of the Sierra Nevada.
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Sierra Nevada National Forest N F Managing California Spotted Owl Habitat in the Sierra Nevada National Forests of California an Ecosystem Approach

Sierra Nevada National Forest  N F    Managing California Spotted Owl Habitat in the Sierra Nevada National Forests of California  an Ecosystem Approach

The Sierra and Sequoia National Forests have relatively little interior private
lands , and the four National Parks have negligible amounts . Mixed ownership
patterns complicate land management and increase administrative costs .
Program ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556030808745

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Sequoia and King s Canyon National Parks

Sequoia and King s Canyon National Parks

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, situated in California's rugged Sierra Nevada, boast some of the most spectacular landscapes on the continent: towering groves of giant sequoia trees, crystalline trout rivers, jagged peaks and ...

Author: Laurel Scheidt

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0762753765

Category: Hiking

Page: 344

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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, situated in California's rugged Sierra Nevada, boast some of the most spectacular landscapes on the continent: towering groves of giant sequoia trees, crystalline trout rivers, jagged peaks and alpine meadows, and Mount Whitney, the highest mountain in the lower 48.
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Sequoia National Forest N F Motorized Travel Management

Sequoia National Forest  N F    Motorized Travel Management

Sequoia National Forest Sierra Nevada red fox is uncertain ( CDFG 1991 ) . A
small population of Sierra Nevada red fox occurs in the vicinity of Lassen
National Park ( Perrine 2005 ) . Wolverines are known to be sensitive to humans
and road ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556042004952

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Page: 4

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Preliminary Geologic Map of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks California

Preliminary Geologic Map of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks  California

... J. P., and Moore, J. G., 1979, Regional deformation of the Sierra Nevada,
California, on conjugate microfault sets: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 84,
p. 6041-6049. Matthes, F. E., 1965, Glacial reconnaissance of Sequoia National
Park, ...

Author: James Gregory Moore

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ISBN: UCSD:31822006822530

Category: Geology

Page: 17

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Categories: Geology

Proceedings of the Fire History Workshop October 20 24 1980 Tucson Arizona

Proceedings of the Fire History Workshop  October 20 24  1980  Tucson  Arizona

Preliminary report : fire ecology of red fir in Sequoia National Park . Contract
report for National Park Service . 34 p . Reynolds , Richard D . 1959 . Effect of
natural fires and aboriginal burning upon the forests of the central Sierra Nevada
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ISBN: MINN:31951D030098195

Category: Dendrochronology

Page: 142

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The purpose of the workshop was to exchange information on sampling procedures, research methodologies, preparation and interpretation of specimen material, terminology, and the application and significance of findings, emphasizing the relationship of dendrochronology procedures to fire history interpretations.
Categories: Dendrochronology

Sierra Nevada Wildflowers

Sierra Nevada Wildflowers

Field guide to more than 200 wildflowers conveniently arranged for easy identification Includes vibrant color photos and descriptions

Author: Karen Wiese

Publisher: Falcon Guides

ISBN: 1560449810

Category: Nature

Page: 187

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Field guide to more than 200 wildflowers conveniently arranged for easy identification Includes vibrant color photos and descriptions
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The Status of Sequoia Gigantea in the Sierra Nevada

The Status of Sequoia Gigantea in the Sierra Nevada

GEOGRAPHIC TABULATION OF SIERRA PEDWOOD GROVES ( CONTINUED )
NAME OF GROVE OWNERSHIP * APPROX . ACRES GENERAL LOCATION (
See also map in Appendix E ) East Fork Sequoia National Park , East Fork ...

Author: California State Park Commission

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ISBN: UCI:31970030426321

Category: Giant sequoia

Page: 75

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A Guidebook to the Southern Sierra Nevada Including Sequoia National Forest

A Guidebook to the Southern Sierra Nevada  Including Sequoia National Forest

INTRODUCTION This guidebook covers the mountain areas of Tulare , Kern and
Inyo Counties south of the Sequoia National Park . Most of the region lies within
the Sequoia National Forest . THE DELIGHT of the southern Sierra Nevada is ...

Author: Russ Leadabrand

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105035816557

Category: Sequoia National Forest (Calif.)

Page: 180

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Categories: Sequoia National Forest (Calif.)

Longstreet Highroad Guide to the California Sierra Nevada

Longstreet Highroad Guide to the California Sierra Nevada

2013 Sequoia National Park [ Fig . 54 ] About 100 miles north of Sequoia
National Park , millions of people crowd into the outdoor cathedral of Yosemite
National Park to see the wonders of the Sierra Nevada . But the visitors in
Sequoia are ...

Author: Mark Grossi

Publisher: Longstreet Press

ISBN: 1563525925

Category: Travel

Page: 336

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The indispensable guide to the best the California Sierra Nevada has to offer.
Categories: Travel

Basey s Sierra Nevada Textbook

Basey s Sierra Nevada Textbook

A Complete Reference for the Sierra Nevada Student Harold E. Basey, John M.
Basey, Paul E. Basey. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks In pristine
times , Indians lived along the Kaweah River , and there are places today that
bear ...

Author: Harold E. Basey

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105008539939

Category: Natural history

Page: 434

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Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park

Sierra Nevada Geology Fifteen Sierra Nevada Geology w nhistory as the first
white man to discover the. The oldest rocks in the Sierra Nevada originated in a
marine environment . Easy to see why . During the Paleozoic era , 225 million
years ...

Author: Sandra L. Keith

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00520029K

Category: Kings Canyon National Park (Calif.)

Page: 47

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Categories: Kings Canyon National Park (Calif.)

Sequoia and Kings Canyon

Sequoia and Kings Canyon

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Publisher: Department of Interior

ISBN: UCBK:C045618649

Category: Kings Canyon National Park (Calif.)

Page: 127

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Categories: Kings Canyon National Park (Calif.)

Big Trees of the Giant Forest Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada of California

Big Trees of the Giant Forest  Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada of California

GIANT FOREST ITHIN the Sequoia National Park , located in the Sierra Nevada ,
in the south - central part of California , is the Giant Forest . This Park , enlarged
in 1926 , was created by Act of Congress in 1890 for the purpose of prevent ing ...

Author: George William Stewart

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ISBN: UOM:39015006886389

Category: Coast redwood

Page: 94

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Categories: Coast redwood

Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada

They renamed the largest local sequoia ( General Sherman ) the Karl Marx tree
and other big trees for their various ... In 1890 , in two bills , Congress created
Sequoia National Park to preserve thirty - two groves of big trees and General
Grant ...

Author: Verna R. Johnston

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520925491

Category: Nature

Page: 241

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All lovers of the mountains will welcome Verna Johnston's new and completely updated edition of her classic, Sierra Nevada, originally published in 1970. A professional biologist, veteran ornithologist, and well-known wildlife photographer, Johnston is the perfect guide for a natural-history trip into the Sierra. Regardless of how one explores the magnificent 400-mile-long mountain range, on foot or by car, in an armchair or a classroom, this is the book to have. Beginning with the western foothills, Johnston evokes a vivid picture of the varied plant and animal life encountered as the elevation increases, tops the crest, and drops to the more precipitous, arid eastern Sierra slope. The reader is taken through chaparral and mountain meadows, pine and fir forests, granite expanses and snowy peaks. Johnston writes of the Native Americans' uses and stewardship of the land, the role of fire in forest ecology, the eras of sheep herders and loggers, the work of John Muir and other preservationists, and the battles to save Mono Lake and Lake Tahoe. Her lifetime of field experience and discovery offers intimate observations of rarely recorded events: the courtship of the Sierra Nevada salamander, a wolverine attacking two bears, a fight to the death between a skink and a scorpion. Many changes have occurred in the Sierra since the first edition of this book was published, including acid snow, tensions involving human and cougar habitats, and an ominous drop in amphibian populations. Johnston documents these events and updates the ecological research in the rich, evocative writing style that makes her book a naturalist's treasure. This is a guide to the Sierra Nevada for the next millennium.
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