Coast Range

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

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Our goal is to partner with strong brands to provide powerful software our customers can use to achieve their business objectives," said Stephen Loyd, president and CEO of Coastal Range Systems.
Chile's fertile valleys, bordered by the Andean mountain range to the east and the coastal range to the west, provide the ideal geographic and climatic setting for wine producing.
This year the NCM EXPO is being held in Fresno for the first time in it's 4-year history, bringing attention to Valley California -- the region east of the coastal range and stretching from Calexico to Yuba City.
You can go out to these streams and (find) a pool where there's 70 crayfish,'' Riley said, and a dearth of native California coastal range newt and the Pacific tree frog.
s coastal range, only 69 remain unlogged, and these have been identified by the CRC to soon be clearcut logged.
Because British Columbia's coastal range plunges steeply into the Strait of Georgia here, you can climb from sea level to glacier-topped peaks in only a short distance.
Rain and gravity had their way with chunks of the coastal range.
Fujita, whose incendiary bombs set off forest fires in Oregon's coastal range, played the key role in a quixotic plan by Japanese military commanders to put pressure on America's home turf in World War II.
A good place to get introduced to or reacquainted with hiking is the Zuma Ridge Trail in Malibu, a 6-mile one-way trek - requiring two vehicles and a fair physique - that gains 2,000 feet in elevation and offers glimpses of wildflowers, the chaparral-topped Santa Monica Mountains and the geological transition between the Pacific Coast and a coastal range.
The claims lie near the southern end of the coastal range and where work to date has been confined to reconnaissance and prospecting, with sporadic small-scale mining.
Anzali Free Zone includes range area of Anzali city with approximately 3,200 hectares of land and waters to a depth of two kilometers from the coastal range.
For nesting, these birds use cliffs and crevices either along the coast or in the coastal range, including abandoned mines (Munoz-Pedreros et al.
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