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Introduction to trees of the San Francisco Bay Region

Glenn Keator

Introduction to trees of the San Francisco Bay Region

by Glenn Keator

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trees -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Identification,
  • Trees -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Pictorial works

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-242).

    Other titlesTrees of the San Francisco Bay Region.
    StatementGlenn Keator.
    GenreIdentification, Pictorial works
    SeriesCalifornia natural history guides -- 65. -- Introductory guide, California natural history guides -- 65., California natural history guides
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK149 .K35 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination251 p. :
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23242232M
    ISBN 100520230051, 0520234367, 0520230078
    ISBN 109780520230057, 9780520234369, 9780520230071
    LC Control Number2002029140

    By , the most significant “trees” in San Francisco could be viewed among the “forests” of the felled kind, mainly in the form of ships’ masts and other structures. By then, over ships had been abandoned in Yerba Buena Cove as captains and sailors alike hurled themselves overboard, abandoning ship in a mad dash for the Sierra.   In January, the San Francisco Planning Department finished a census of the city’s trees, a process that took over a year: Kicking off in January , our team of tree specialists continues on.

    Native Trees (click on any image for a larger view) Buckeye (Aesculus californica), winter, Waterfall Road, Uvas Canyon County Park View more buckeye photos California hazelnut (Corylus cornuta ssp. californica), summer, Huckleberry Path, Huckleberry Regional . Where’s the San Andreas Fault? A Guidebook to Tracing the Fault on Public Lands in the San Francisco Bay Region By Philip W. Stoffer , revised Published in commemoration of the th anniversary of the earthquake. View looking southeast along the .

    OAKLAND -- Friday morning's magnitude earthquake on the Hayward Fault is only a "trifle" compared to temblor that's due within a year, if history is a measure. Government seismologists now say there's a 62% chance of a major Bay Area quake in the next 25 years. The most likely is up to a magnitude quake on the Hayward Fault. The redwood forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains provide crucial recreation, refuge and reflection for the people who live in or visit the San Francisco Bay Area. There are so many parks in the area where we can get out and discover the redwoods and be transformed by the experience – whether we are walking, biking, riding horseback, rock.


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