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.
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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...
California's desert climate regions lie ... ... background information and facts about 's history, geography, climate, culture, regions ... Indeed, almost all of south Eastern California is arid, hot desert ...
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Desert Center weather averages and climate Desert Center, California. The monthly temperature, precipitation and hours of sunshine. A climate graph showing the rainfall data, temperatures and normals.
University of California, Berkeley: The Desert Biome.
The desert biome. Sand dunes in Death Valley National Monument, California.
Antarctica is the largest desert in the world, while the Sahara in Africa is the largest of the hot deserts. There are also deserts close to Santa Barbara, such as the Mojave the Colorado Desert which encompass parts of Southern California.
The Facts. Climate - California has a Mediterranean-type climate that is characterized by general sun and warmth with rain mainly in the winter.