Coast Range


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  • noun

Synonyms for Coast Range

a string of mountain ranges along the Pacific coast of North America from southeastern Alaska to Lower California

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The new study found that, in a Coast Range stand, if you removed solid woody biofuels for reduction of catastrophic fire risks and used those for fuel, it would take 169 years before such usage reached a break-even point in carbon sequestration.
The sites represented were those used for collecting Wilson's Warbler diet data, plus six additional, similar stands in the same region of the central Oregon Coast Range (Doolittle 2000).
The appellate court said that the state regulation did not deprive Coast Range of any economically viable use of its property as would be required to establish a taking of property without just compensation.
A spokeswoman said the West Coast range would be ideal for both independent retailers and consumers.
DPG INVESTMENTS, LLC, Vintage Pacific and affiliates successfully closed a funding that establishes a joint venture with the general partner, Coast Range Investments, LLC, of San Francisco, Calif.
Products managed by Coast to Coast range from electronics, housewares, and fashion jewelry, to spare parts, food supplement, and apparel.
The aircraft is Aerovel s 20-kg Flexrotor, which combines VTOL and small footprint with Hawaii-to-West Coast range.
Then in their middle 50s, Hess and her husband moved to their 21 wooded acres in the Coast Range foothills outside of Eugene, Oregon in 1992, and she recounts their life there without house, electricity, indoor plumbing, and other modern amenities.
A world authority in restoring derelict and contaminated land, Prof Bradshaw hit out at development plans for the site, saying proposals to build 1,300 flats would "wreck the carefully designed and unique qualities of the crucial coast range adjacent to the river".
Papers cover such topics as the Himalayan Model of subduction and collision, microdiamonds in Kazakhstan dolomite marble, anew metamorphic terrane in China, fluid infusion from drill cores, mantle replacement, dating of zircon, tectonic division in a pressure region, low-grade metamorphic rocks in an orogenic belt, isotropic compositions of carbonaceous material, subduction-related Jurassic plutonism, mafic and utramafic bodies in Japan, ophiolite in the Coast Range of California, evidence from fluid mobility in the Franciscan Complex, and evidence of magma paragenesis gained from garnets.
We started with the noshing and the view, devouring all the treats as we watched the sun sink behind the Coast Range.
Non-native species typically expand their West Coast range by no more than 50 miles in 40 years, he observes.
Normal May water temperatures along the coast range from the low to mid-50s, Ryan said, but this month, water temperatures are near the summer high of the mid- to high 60s.
According to the Oregon Department of Forestry, the high heat, low humidity, and lightning in the forecast, puts fire danger at high or extreme across most of the state - in the drier eastern and interior southwestern regions, as well as in the Coast Range and the Willamette Valley.
That came to an end Thursday, when Lane County sheriff's deputies arrested 72-year-old John Franklin Forbis at his home in remote Deadwood in the Coast Range, where he had been living under an alias, officials said Friday.