Geography Five Project <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Geography Five<br />Professor Schmidt<br />
Mormon RocksA geographic landmark in California.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mormon Rocks<br />
Granular StructureThey are small sandstone up close. <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Granular Structure<br />
Steam Bed and San Andreas Rift Zone<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Andreas Rift Zone<br />Steam Bed<br />
Mt. Whitneyis 14,505 feet<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mt. Whitney<br />
Inyo-White Mountainshave lower elevation than the Sierras<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Inyo-White Mountains<br />
Alluvial FanNamed after the fanned-out shape!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Alluvial Fan<br />
Diaz Lake (Sag Pond)is between the Sierra and Inyo Mountains<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
Lone Pine Faultis at the base of the Alabama Hills<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Lone Pine Fault<br />
Keoughs Hot SpringsHot StreamThey are hot because of volcano under the steam <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
Mono Lake and IslandsThe Black island (left) is Negit and White island (right) is Paoha<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Paoha Islan...
Mono Lake’s Former Shorelines<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Former Shorelines<br />
Mono Lake TufaIs basely a limestone  <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Tufa<br />
Mono CreatorNorth American New Mountain<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mono Creator<br />
Panum Crater Glaciated U Shape Valley and Moraine <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />“U” Shape Valley<br />Moraine<br />
Convict Lakeelevation 7850 feet!!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Convict Lake<br />
Convict oldest rock formations in Sierras<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Oldest Rock<br />
Convict Lake’s Lateral Moraine<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Lateral Moraine<br />
Convict Terminal Moraine<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Terminal Morine<br />
ManzanarThe War Relocation Center<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
Manzanar Plaquepeaceful words of wisdom.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
Manzanar Areawas one of ten internment camps in the United States during the early-40s which relocated Japanese-American f...
Owens River Bench Markindicate the elevation of the area it is placed. <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
Owens River Swallow Nest<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Sallow Nest<br />Owens River<br />
Inyo Mt Bulstleconesare from the pine family<br />Inyo Mountain<br />Bulstlecones<br />Chaffey Transportation<br />Photo C...
Eastern California Museum<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
California AqueductAlso known as the Los Angeles Aqueduct<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />California Aqueduct<br />
Joshua Tree<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Joshua Tree<br />
SETI Towersstands for Search For Terrestrial Intelligence!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />SETI Towers<br />
Doppler Radar Toweris used to make weather predictions <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Doppler Radar Tower<br />
Cinder HillAlso known as Red Hill<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Cinder Hill<br />
Solar Power Plantare by Kramer Junction<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Solar Power Plant<br />
Mine Tailingsthey seems like White Hills<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mine Tailings<br />
Garlock Faultis the second longest fault in California<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Garlock Fault<br />
Cucamonga Alluvial Fanis visible from Chaffey College  Rancho Cucamonga Campus!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Cucamonga Alluvial ...
Owens Dry LakeCity of Los Angeles purchased the Owens Lake and Dry it up<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Owens Dry Lake<br />
PlayaThis Playa has some water in it.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Playa<br />
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  • In the Stream bed water flows when it rains.
  • The Small Black island is Negit Island and the Big White one is Paoha island. The water in the picture is mono lake
  • Mono Former Shorelines is the mountains
  • North American New Mountain
  • Panum Crater Glaciated Valley is the U shape in the snowing mountains and the Moraine is the black mountain under it.
  • Convict oldest rock formations in Sierras IS ON THE Right side of the mountain the biggest mountain!
  • 1000-foot-high lateral moraine extending east-northeast!
  • Manzanar was one of ten internment camps in the United States during the early-40s which relocated Japanese-American families during World War 2.
  • indicate the elevation of the area it is placed.
  • Photo Credit to Ravi Sehgal
  • This Picture was taken at the Eastern Californian Museum I chosen this because this how they used to farm. It’s a master piece.
  • The California Aqueduct is also known as the Los Angeles Aqueduct is not a favorite is by the Eastern Californian
  • The name Joshua Tree was given by a group of Mormon settlers who crossed the Mojave Desert in the mid-19th century. (Wikipedia)
  • The SETI Towers stands for Search For Terrestrial Intelligence!
  • The Doppler Radar Tower is used to make weather predictions
  • Cinder Hill is also known as Red Hill.
  • The Solar Power Plant are by Kramer Junction!
  • The small mountain in this picture are Mine Tailings!
  • This picture isn’t the best. However, the Garlock Fault is the second longest fault in California!
  • The Alluvial fan is visible from Chaffey College Rancho Cucamonga!
  • City of Los Angeles purchased the Owens Lake and Dry it up!
  • This Playa has some water in it.
  • Viraj Sehgal Geography Five Project 63650

    1. 1. Geography Five Project <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Geography Five<br />Professor Schmidt<br />
    2. 2. Mormon RocksA geographic landmark in California.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mormon Rocks<br />
    3. 3. Granular StructureThey are small sandstone up close. <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Granular Structure<br />
    4. 4. Steam Bed and San Andreas Rift Zone<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Andreas Rift Zone<br />Steam Bed<br />
    5. 5. Mt. Whitneyis 14,505 feet<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mt. Whitney<br />
    6. 6. Inyo-White Mountainshave lower elevation than the Sierras<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Inyo-White Mountains<br />
    7. 7. Alluvial FanNamed after the fanned-out shape!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Alluvial Fan<br />
    8. 8. Diaz Lake (Sag Pond)is between the Sierra and Inyo Mountains<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    9. 9. Lone Pine Faultis at the base of the Alabama Hills<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Lone Pine Fault<br />
    10. 10. Keoughs Hot SpringsHot StreamThey are hot because of volcano under the steam <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    11. 11. Mono Lake and IslandsThe Black island (left) is Negit and White island (right) is Paoha<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Paoha Island<br />Negitlsland<br />Mono Lake<br />
    12. 12. Mono Lake’s Former Shorelines<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Former Shorelines<br />
    13. 13. Mono Lake TufaIs basely a limestone <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Tufa<br />
    14. 14. Mono CreatorNorth American New Mountain<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mono Creator<br />
    15. 15. Panum Crater Glaciated U Shape Valley and Moraine <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />“U” Shape Valley<br />Moraine<br />
    16. 16. Convict Lakeelevation 7850 feet!!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Convict Lake<br />
    17. 17. Convict oldest rock formations in Sierras<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Oldest Rock<br />
    18. 18. Convict Lake’s Lateral Moraine<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Lateral Moraine<br />
    19. 19. Convict Terminal Moraine<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Terminal Morine<br />
    20. 20. ManzanarThe War Relocation Center<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    21. 21. Manzanar Plaquepeaceful words of wisdom.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    22. 22. Manzanar Areawas one of ten internment camps in the United States during the early-40s which relocated Japanese-American families during World War 2.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    23. 23. Owens River Bench Markindicate the elevation of the area it is placed. <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    24. 24. Owens River Swallow Nest<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Sallow Nest<br />Owens River<br />
    25. 25. Inyo Mt Bulstleconesare from the pine family<br />Inyo Mountain<br />Bulstlecones<br />Chaffey Transportation<br />Photo Credit to Ravi Sehgal<br />
    26. 26. Eastern California Museum<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />
    27. 27. California AqueductAlso known as the Los Angeles Aqueduct<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />California Aqueduct<br />
    28. 28. Joshua Tree<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Joshua Tree<br />
    29. 29. SETI Towersstands for Search For Terrestrial Intelligence!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />SETI Towers<br />
    30. 30. Doppler Radar Toweris used to make weather predictions <br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Doppler Radar Tower<br />
    31. 31. Cinder HillAlso known as Red Hill<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Cinder Hill<br />
    32. 32. Solar Power Plantare by Kramer Junction<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Solar Power Plant<br />
    33. 33. Mine Tailingsthey seems like White Hills<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Mine Tailings<br />
    34. 34. Garlock Faultis the second longest fault in California<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Garlock Fault<br />
    35. 35. Cucamonga Alluvial Fanis visible from Chaffey College Rancho Cucamonga Campus!<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Cucamonga Alluvial Fan<br />
    36. 36. Owens Dry LakeCity of Los Angeles purchased the Owens Lake and Dry it up<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Owens Dry Lake<br />
    37. 37. PlayaThis Playa has some water in it.<br />Viraj Sehgal<br />Playa<br />

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