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Facts. There are three main deserts in California: The Mojave Desert is bounded by the Tehachapi Mountains on the northwest, and the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains on the south.

Climate of California - Wikipedia


The climate of California varies widely, from hot desert to subarctic, depending on latitude, elevation, and proximity to the coast. California's coastal regions, the Sierra Nevada foothills, and much of the Central Valley have a Mediterranean climate, with warm to hot, dry summers and mild...

Deserts | Climate


In fact, the largest desert on Earth is in Antarctica. In the desert, day and night temperatures vary greatly.

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Climate Change Threatens an Iconic Desert Tree


Explorer: Bill Nye’s Global Meltdown boils down the facts on climate change, premiering Sunday, November 1, at 8/7c on the National Geographic Channel.

California Desert Region Facts


All of the deserts in California's Desert Region are located in the eastern portion of Southern California, which encompass Imperial

Climate – Facts, History, Tropical, Subtropical, Ice Age, Desert...


This climate resembles the Sahara desert climate that we experience today. The Sahara's climate consists of basically two sub-climates, a dry subtropical climate in the north and a dry tropical climate in the south.

Sunset climate zones: California desert - Sunset


ZONE 11: Medium to high desert of California and southern Nevada. This climate zone shares similarities with its neighbors—the cold-winter Zones 1, 2, and 3, and the subtropical low desert, Zone 13.

Ten Facts on Hot Deserts (with Pictures) | eHow


People have and continue to live in hot deserts as do the Australian Aborigines, African Bushman of the Kalahari and inhabitants of the Mohave Desert such as those living in Las Vegas, Nevada and Joshua Tree, California.

What are some facts about the California desert region?


All of the California deserts are located in eastern Southern California. American Indians were the first humans in the California desert.


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