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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volume 1, Chapter 1
... at higher midlatitudes, where cold currents flow offshore, cool summers are characteristic. On the west coast of North America, cool currents flow equatorward from about 40 latitude, warm ones poleward, and ... in the Ouachita Mountains, in the Rocky Mountains and Brooks Range, and in the Pacific Coast Ranges. Volcanic rocks are encountered mainly in the Aleutian Archipelago, in the interior of British ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Visiting, Parent & Family Resources, Oregon State University
... beautiful, green Willamette Valley between Portland and Eugene. Ocean beaches, lakes, rivers, forests, high desert, the rugged Cascade and Coast Ranges, and the urban amenities of the Portland metropolitan area are all within a 100-mile drive. Downtown Corvallis, a few blocks from campus, offers restaurants, shopping theatre, and parks. You'll find ethnic restaurants ...
oregonstate.edu

FoxBristle
FoxBristle The needles are over 1 in. long and fairly thin, and you are in a high desert region. The needles are stiff and not longer than 1 inch, and you are in the Sierra Nevada or Coast Ranges of California
signsofdissent.com

UC/JEPS: Jepson Manual treatment for AGERATINA adenophora
... : corollas white, pink-tinged Fruit 1.72 mm Chromosomes: 3n=51(n=17) Ecology: Disturbed places Elevation: generally < 300 m. Bioregional distribution: Central Coast, San Francisco Bay Area, Outer South Coast Ranges, South Coast Distribution outside California: native of Mexico, widely naturalized Synonyms: Eupatorium a. Spreng Reproduces by asexual seed; cultivated as ornamental; may be seriously ...
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

Job's Tears
... corn for obvious reasons. Close-up view of pod corn showing papery glumes enclosing the grains. A field of corn (Zea mays) near Brentwood in the fertile Sacramento Valley of northern California. In the distance are the northern Coast Ranges and Mount Diablo. Hypothesis For Origin Of Pod Corn From Teosinte: The seed spike of teosinte consists of a single row of ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Palomar Mtn. Lichens
... from the limbs of oaks; thallus flattened (perforate and netlike or reticulate); apothecia common; in the coast ranges of central California literally covering the blue oaks and valley oaks (reminiscent of the ... lichen with a similar growth habit (Alectoria) lacks the central cord; Alectoria is common in the Coast Ranges of northern California and may occur on Palomar Mountain; one or both of these ...
waynesword.palomar.edu
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Plants of Garland Park: Introduction
... annotated list of the vascular plants (those with a vascular conducting system: ferns and "fern allies" and seed plants) of Garland Ranch Regional Park located at the northern end of the Santa Lucia Range of the central California Coast Ranges. It is based on the first plant list made shortly after the park was opened in 1975, by Dr. James R. ...
www.coestatepark.com

GOOSEBERRY Fruit Facts
... have European genes. Adaptation: Gooseberries grow best in summer humid, cool regions with great winter chilling. In California they are fairly productive in the coolest parts of the San Francisco Bay Area, the outer Coast Ranges and coastal northern California. They are probably not worth trying in southern California. except at high elevations. With proper ...
www.crfg.org

Floridata: Arbutus menziesii
... surface, fleshy pulp, and a thin-walled stone containing several seeds. They take a full year to mature. The Pacific madrone is an evergreen tree that sports glossy two-toned leaves. Location Pacific madrone occurs in the Coast Ranges and Sierra Nevada from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, to southern California, from sea level to 6,000 ft (1829 m). ...
www.floridata.com

Quercus agrifolia Coast Live Oak.
... Oak . This California oak tree has dark green holly-like leaves and is native to the coast ranges of California. This, like most of the other oaks is a climax species and needs a ... color is Green , and type is Evergreen . Quercus agrifolia's flower color is NA . Communities for Coast Live Oak Chaparral,Coastal Sage Scrub,Mixed-evergreen Forest,Riparian (rivers & creeks),Southern Oak Woodland Ranges ...
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