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Death Valley National Park - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Death Valley National Parkfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchdeath Valley National Parkiucn Category Ii (national Park)locationcalifornia And Nevada, Usanearest Citypahrump, Nevadanearest City: Pahrump, Nevadacoordinates36°14′31″n 116°49′33″w / 36.24194°n 116.82583°w / 36.24194; -116.82583coordinates: 36°14′31″n 116°49′33″w / 36.24194°n 116.82583°w / 36.24194; -116.82583area5,262 sq mi (13,629 km2)5,233 sq mi (13...

Arid - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Aridfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfor The Belgian Rock Band, See Arid (band).a Region Is Said To Be Arid When It Is Characterized By A Severe Lack Of Available Water, To The Extent Of Hindering Or Even Preventing The Growth And Development Of Plant And Animal Life. As A Result, Environments Subject To Arid Climates Tend To Lack Vegetation And Are Called Xeric Or Desertic.contents1 Concepts2 Geographical Distribution3 Change Over Time4 See Also5 References[edit] Conceptsthe ...

National Park Service - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
National Park Servicefrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia  (redirected From United States National Park)jump To: Navigation, Searchnational Park Servicenational Park Service Arrowheadagency Overviewformedaugust 25, 1916jurisdictionfederal Government Of The United Statesheadquartersmain Interior Building (mib) & 1201 Eye Street, Nw Washington, D.c.employees15,828 Permanent, 1,256 Term, 2,984 Seasonal (2007)annual Budget$2.924 Billion (2009)agency Executivejonathan Jarvis, Director Of The National Park...

Sierra Nevada (u.s.) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sierra Nevada (u.s.)from Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is About The Mountain Range In The Western United States. For Other Uses Of The Term, See Sierra Nevada.sierra Nevadarangeaerial Photograph Of The Eastern Sierra Nevadacountryunited Statesstatescalifornia, Nevadahighest Pointmount Whitney - elevation14,505 ft (4,421 m) - coordinates36°34′42.9″n 118°17′31.2″w / 36.578583°n 118.292°w / 36.578583; -118.292length400...

Inyo County, California - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Inyo County, Californiafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is Missing Citations Or Needs Footnotes. Please Help Add Inline Citations To Guard Against Copyright Violations And Factual Inaccuracies. (july 2007)inyo County, Californiamaplocation In The State Of Californiacalifornia's Location In The U.s.statisticsfounded1866seatindependencearea - Total - Land - Water10,227 sq mi (26,488 km²)24 sq mi (62 km²), 0.23%populatio...

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San Bernardino County, Californiafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchsan Bernardino County, Californiamaplocation In The State Of Californiacalifornia's Location In The U.s.statisticsfounded1853seatsan Bernardinolargest Citysan Bernardinoarea - Total - Land - Water20,105 sq mi (52,072 km²)20,052 sq mi (51,934 km²)53 sq mi (137 km²),population - (2000) - Density1,709,43485/sq mi (33/km²)website: Ww...

California - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Californiafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is About The U.s. State Of California. For Other Uses, See California (disambiguation).state Of Californiaflagsealnickname(s): The Golden Statemotto(s): Eureka[1]before Statehood, Known Asthe California Republicofficial Language(s)englishdemonymcaliforniancapitalsacramentolargest Citylos Angeleslargest Metro Areagreater Los Angelesarea ranked 3rd In The Us - Total163,696 sq mi(423,970 Km2) - Width...

NYe County, Nevada - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
NYe County, Nevadafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchnye County, Nevadamaplocation In The State Of Nevadanevada's Location In The U.s.statisticsfounded1864seattonopaharea - Total - Land - Water18,159 sq mi (47,032 km²)18,147 sq mi (47,001 km²)12 sq mi (31 km²), 0.07%population - (2000) - Density46,3083/sq mi (1/km²)website: Www.nyecounty.netnye County Courthouse In Tonopahnye County Is A County L...

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Nevadafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is About The U.s. State Of Nevada. For Other Uses, See Nevada (disambiguation)."silver State" Redirects Here. For Other Uses, See Silver State (disambiguation).state Of Nevadaflagsealnickname(s): Silver State (official);sagebrush State; Battle Born Statemotto(s): All For Our Countrybefore Statehood, Known Asthe Nevada Territoryofficial Language(s)de Jure: Nonede Facto: Englishdemonymnevadancapitalcarson Citylargest Citylas Ve...

Saline Valley, California - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Saline Valley, Californiafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchsaline Valley Is A Large, Deep, And Arid Valley In The Northern Mojave Desert Of Southern California. Most Of It Became A Part Of Death Valley National Park When The Park Expanded In 1994. This Area Had Previously Been Administered By The Blm. It Is Located Northwest Of Death Valley Proper, South Of Eureka Valley, And East Of The Owens Valley. The Valley's Lowest Elevations Are About 1000 Feet (300 M) And It Lies In The...

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Panamint Valleyfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchpanamint Valley In Eastern California.panamint Valley Is A Long Basin Located East Of The Argus Range And Slate Range, And West Of The Panamint Range In Eastern California, In The Western United States. The Northern End Of The Valley Is In Death Valley National Park. The Valley Lies In A North-south Direction, And Stretches From The Panamint Dunes In The North To The Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake In San Bernardino County I...

Death Valley - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Death Valleyfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfor Other Uses, See Death Valley (disambiguation).death Valley Is A Desert Located In The Southwestern United States. It Is The Lowest, Driest, And Hottest Location In North America.[1] Badwater, A Basin Located Within Death Valley, Is The Specific Location Of The Lowest Elevation In North America At 282 Ft (85.5 M ) Below Sea Level. This Point Is Only 76 miles (123 km) East Of Mount Whitney, The Highest Point In The Conti...

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Mountain Rangefrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfor Exotic Financial Options, See Mountain Range (options).this Article Does Not Cite Any References Or Sources.please Help Improve This Article By Adding Citations To Reliable Sources. Unsourced Material May Be Challenged And Removed. (july 2008)this Section May Require Cleanup To Meet Wikipedia's Quality Standards. Please Improve This Section If You Can. (february 2009)the Himalayas, The World's Highest Mountain Range, Seen From...

National Monument (united States) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
National Monument (united States)from Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia  (redirected From U.s. National Monument)jump To: Navigation, Searchdevils Tower National Monumentnavajo National Monumenta National Monument In The United States Is A Protected Area Or A Historic Site That Is Similar To A National Park Except That The President Of The United States Can Quickly Declare An Area Of The United States To Be A National Monument Without The Approval Of Congress. National Monuments Receive Less Funding And Af...

Eureka Valley (inyo County) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Eureka Valley (inyo County)from Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia  (redirected From Eureka Valley, Inyo County)jump To: Navigation, Searcheureka Valley Is Located In Inyo County, In Eastern California In The Southwestern United States. It Is Approximately 28 Miles (45 Km) Long And Up To 10 Miles (16 Km) Wide, With Elevations Varying From 2870 Feet (875 M) Up To 8456 Feet (2575 M). The Southern Section Of The Valley Is Now Part Of The Death Valley National Park - Death Valley Itself Lies Just To The Southea...

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Western Hemispherefrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthe Geographical Western Hemisphere Of Earth, Highlighted In Yellow.western Hemispherethe Western Hemisphere, Also Western Hemisphere[1] Or Western Hemisphere,[2] Is A Geographical Term For The Half Of The Earth That Lies West Of The Prime Meridian (which Crosses Greenwich In London, England, United Kingdom), The Other Half Being The Eastern Hemisphere.[3] It Is Also Used To Specifically Refer To The Americas (or The New World...

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Sea Levelfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Marker Indicating The Sea Level Is Placed On The Path From Jerusalem To The Dead Sea.for The Sea Level Change Associated With The Current Episode Of Global Warming, See Current Sea Level Rise.for Other Uses, See Sea Level (disambiguation).mean Sea Level (msl) Is The Average (mean) Height Of The Ocean's Surface (especially That Halfway Between Mean High And Low Tide); Used As A Standard In Reckoning Land Elevation.[1]contents1 Meas...

Desert - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Desertfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchnot To Be Confused With Dessert.this Article Is About Dry,arid Terrain. For The Act Of Abandoning Or Withdrawing Support From An Entity, See Desertion. For Other Uses, See Desert (disambiguation).largest Desertshills In The Judean Deserta Desert Is A Landscape Or Region That Receives Almost No Precipitation. Deserts Are Defined As Areas With An Average Annual Precipitation Of Less Than 250 millimetres (10 in) Per Year,[1][2] Or ...

Wind - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Windfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfor Other Uses, See Wind (disambiguation).wind, From The Tacuinum Sanitatisbride's Veil, Waving On The Ruins Of Sutro Bathswind Is The Flow Of Gases On A Large Scale. On Earth, Wind Consists Of The Bulk Movement Of Air. In Outer Space, Solar Wind Is The Movement Of Gases Or Charged Particles From The Sun Through Space, While Planetary Wind Is The Outgassing Of Light Chemical Elements From A Planet's Atmosphere Into Space.winds Are Always Co...

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Fungusfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Search"fungal" And "fungi" Redirect Here. You May Be Looking For Fungi (music), Fungus The Bogeyman Or Fungus (xm).fungifossil Range: Early Devonian – Recent (but See Text)preЄЄosdcptjkpgnclockwise From Top Left: Amanita Muscaria, A Basidiomycete; Sarcoscypha Coccinea, An Ascomycete; Bread Covered In Mold; A Chytrid; A Penicillium Conidiophore.scientific Classificationdomain:eukarya(unranked):opisthokontakingdom:fungi(l., 1753) R.t. Moore, ...

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Trial By Juryfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is About The Comic Opera. For The Legal Institution, See Jury Trial. For Other Uses, See Trial By Jury (disambiguation).a Scene From Trial By Jury As Illustrated In The Magazine Illustrated Sporting And Dramatic News Of 1 May 1875trial By Jury Is A Comic Opera In One Act, With Music By Arthur Sullivan And Libretto By W. S. Gilbert. It Was First Produced On 25 March 1875, At London's Royalty Theatre, Where It Initially ...

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Wikipedia:featured Articlesfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfeatured Articles In Wikipediafeatured Articles Are Considered To Be The Best Articles In Wikipedia, As Determined By Wikipedia's Editors. Before Being Listed Here, Articles Are Reviewed At Featured Article Candidates For Accuracy, Neutrality, Completeness, And Style According To Our Featured Article Criteria.at Present, There Are 2,694 Featured Articles, Of A Total Of 3,098,575 Articles On The English Wikipedia. Thus...

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File:sabi The Explosive Detection Dog -d.jpgfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfilefile Historyfile Linksmetadatasize Of This Preview: 800 × 531 Pixelsfull Resolution‎ (3,000 × 1,993 Pixels, File Size: 1.41 Mb, Mime Type: Image/jpeg)descriptionthe Following Is The Author's Description Of The Photograph Quoted Directly From The Photograph's Flickr Page."a Welcome Bath - Undoubtedly The First In Over Twelve Months - Moments After Sarbi's Return To The Australian Special Forces...

Sabi (dog) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sabi (dog)from Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchsabi, 28 October 2009sabi Is An Australian Special Forces Explosives Detection Dog That Spent Almost 14 Months Missing In Action (mia) In Afghanistan Having Disappeared During An Ambush On 2 September 2008. Sabi Was Later Rediscovered By An American Soldier, And Was Reunited With Australian Forces Pending Repatriation To Australia.contents1 Background2 Loss And Rediscovery3 Reactions4 Repatriation5 See Also6 References7 Further Readin...

Special Forces Of Australia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Special Forces Of Australiafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchsince 1941, The Australian Military Has Raised A Range Of Special Forces And Special Operations Units, Which Fall Into Four Categories:commando Units Such As The Independent And Commando Companies Raised During World War Ii, And The 1st Commando Regiment, The 4th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Which Have Been Raised Since 1945.reconnaissance Units Such As The Australian Special Air Service Regiment And Regional...

Detection Dog - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Detection Dogfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searcha Detection Dog Getting Ready To Search A Car For Explosives.detection Dog At The Canadian/american Bordera Detection Dog Is A Dog That Is Trained To And Works At Using Its Senses (almost Always The Sense Of Smell) To Detect Substances Such As Explosives, Illegal Drugs, Or Blood. They Are Often Known As Sniffer Dogs. Hunting Dogs That Search For Game And Search Dogs That Search For Missing Humans Are Generally Not Considered Detect...



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