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Oak Trees on Rolling Hills Photos
Oak Trees on Rolling Hills
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Oak Trees on Rolling Hills Images
Oak Trees on Rolling Hills
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Stock photography of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
Kramer Junction Solar Electric Generating Station.
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California Solar Power Generation Pictures
California Solar Power Generation
The Kramer Junction power plant creates electric power using sunlight. It operates on a simple solar heat transfer process applied on a large scale. Row upon row of large sets of parabolic mirrors reflect and focus the suns rays on a transparent pipe which circulates a heat transfer fluid. The super heated fluid is then used to create steam to drive a turbine which generates electricity.
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Stock photos of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
Kramer Junction Solar Electric Generating Station.
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Pictures of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
The Kramer Junction power plant creates electric power using sunlight. It operates on a simple solar heat transfer process applied on a large scale. Row upon row of large sets of parabolic mirrors reflect and focus the suns rays on a transparent pipe which circulates a heat transfer fluid. The super heated fluid is then used to create steam to drive a turbine which generates electricity.
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Stock images of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
Kramer Junction Solar Electric Generating Station.
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California Solar Power Generation Stock Photography
California Solar Power Generation
The Kramer Junction power plant creates electric power using sunlight. It operates on a simple solar heat transfer process applied on a large scale. Row upon row of large sets of parabolic mirrors reflect and focus the suns rays on a transparent pipe which circulates a heat transfer fluid. The super heated fluid is then used to create steam to drive a turbine which generates electricity.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Photos
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The Tehachapi Wind Farm with around five thousand turbines is the second largest collection of wind generators in the world.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Images
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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Stock photography of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The Tehachapi Wind Farm with around five thousand turbines is the second largest collection of wind generators in the world.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Pictures
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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Stock photos of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The Tehachapi Wind Farm with around five thousand turbines is the second largest collection of wind generators in the world.
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Pictures of Desert Bighorn Sheep Grazing
Desert Bighorn Sheep Grazing
The borrego desert bighorn sheep reached a low of only 280 animals in 1996. Since being inluded on the federal endangered species list , their numbers have recovered to about 600.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Stock images of Desert Bighorn Sheep Grazing
Desert Bighorn Sheep Grazing
In heavy drought years these very reclusive animals can be forced into lower elevation areas in search of food and water. This group was foraging just off the established trail in Borrego Palm Canyon.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Desert Bighorn Sheep - Lamb Stock Photography
Desert Bighorn Sheep - Lamb
Lambs are born from late February to May. In the harsh desert conditions only about one third will survive their first year.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Desert Bighorn Sheep - Lamb Photos
Desert Bighorn Sheep - Lamb
Lambs are born with light-colored woolly coats. In little more than a day they are able to walk and climb as well as its mother and stays with her for the first year.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Desert Bighorn Sheep Images
Desert Bighorn Sheep
Desert Bighorns thrive in an environment that is almost waterless and relatively barren of vegetation.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Stock photography of Desert Bighorn Sheep
Desert Bighorn Sheep
Desert Bighorns thrive in an environment that is almost waterless and relatively barren of vegetation.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Desert Bighorn Sheep Pictures
Desert Bighorn Sheep
The Desert Bighorn Sheep is a subspecies only found in the desert regions of the southwestern United States. Listed as a federal endangered species in March of 1998. With the combination of loss of habitat due to urban development drought and disease their numbers and areas of distribution have plummeted in the past 50 years.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Stock photos of Desert Bighorn Sheep
Desert Bighorn Sheep
During the heat of mid day Bighorns often retire to shaded areas or high spots to lie down and chew their cud.
species: Ovis canadensis nelsoni
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Pictures of California Aqueduct - Wheeler Ridge Pump Station
California Aqueduct - Wheeler Ridge Pump Station
Wheeler Ridge Pump station is on the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. Its the first step in the process of lifting water from the California Aqueduct vertically 2000 feet over the Tehachapi Mountains. From there it flows downhill to Los Angeles.
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Stock images of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a key part of the Central Valley Water Project which supplies the water needs of twenty million Californians and more than six hundred thousand irrigated acres of farmland.
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California Aqueduct Stock Photography
California Aqueduct
Concrete structure at exit of bridge overpass.
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California Aqueduct Photos
California Aqueduct
Concrete structure at exit of bridge overpass.
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California Aqueduct Images
California Aqueduct
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Stock photography of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a 444 mile long man made channel that carries water from northern to southern California. A typical section is concrete lined 40 feet wide with an average water depth of 30 feet.
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California Aqueduct Pictures
California Aqueduct
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Stock photos of California Aqueduct Sign
California Aqueduct Sign
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Pictures of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a 444 mile long man made channel that carries water from northern to southern California. A typical section is concrete lined 40 feet wide with an average water depth of 30 feet.
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Stock images of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
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California Aqueduct Stock Photography
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a key part of the Central Valley Water Project which supplies the water needs of twenty million Californians and more than six hundred thousand irrigated acres of farmland.
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see also
| Anza Borrego | California All American Canal | California Coast | Coal Fired Power Plant | Colorado River Aqueduct |
| Endangered Species | Geothermal Power | Hoover Dam | Hydroelectric Power | Joshua Tree | Nuclear Power | Pollution |
| Salton Sea | Solar Power Generation | Wind Turbine Power Generation |

species represented
Ovis canadensis nelsoni

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Aqua, Aque, Aqueducts, Backcountry, Coachella, Conservation, Duct, Ducts, Electric, Endangered Species, Energy, Ewes,
Farms, Green, Horn, Horns, Inland, Irrigate, Irrigation, Lamb, Lambs, Oaks, Peninsular, Powered, Powerplant, Powerplants,
Pumping, Rams, Renewable, Rutting, Signs, Tree, Water, Wind Farm, Windfarm, Woodland, Woodlands

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| Center For Land Use Interpretation - Kramer Junction Solar Page |

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