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  • 1. Biology:Photo/Essay Project <br />By: Anton Trofimenko<br />
  • 2. Valley Grassland<br />
  • 3. Valley Grassland<br />Beautiful grasslands along the highway in the outskirts of Sacramento, CA. Contain different types of grasses with several brushes here and there. The height of this grass depends on how close to the water the grassland is. The closer to a canal or river, the longer the height. This one in particular was about 1 ½ to 3 ft. <br />
  • 4. Oak Woodland<br />
  • 5. Oak Woodland<br />The tall oaks of this woodland were located in the Stanislaus County region off of highway 99. Water was fairly close to this woodland; about 80-100ft away. The height of these oak trees was about 50-75ft in length.<br />
  • 6. Mixed-Evergreen Forest<br />This forest was located near the American River of Sacramento, CA. It included many different trees and brushes such as maple trees, oaks, birch, and many others. The whole area was very large and even contained a lot of poison oak bushes. <br />
  • 7. Mixed Evergreen Forest<br />
  • 8. Riparian<br />The riparian community pictured above was on the bank of the Sacramento River. Some different plants and shrubs that grow around the Sacramento River include: spice bush, giant reed, California pipevine and poison oak. <br />
  • 9. Riparian<br />
  • 10. Scrub<br />
  • 11. Scrub<br />The scrubs found in the Fresno area of central California are mostly all dry because of the constant heat and little water. It was interesting to see these plants still thrive in the scorching heat with no water or any other vegetation. <br />
  • 12. Yosemite Valley<br />The Yosemite Valley in California include many different species of trees such as: redwoods, Douglas firs, white fir, black cottonwood, California black oak and many, many others. <br />
  • 13. Lake Tahoe<br />The surrounding area of Lake Tahoe is home to many different species of pine trees. It also includes hemlocks, firs, and junipers. Trees come in various shapes in sizes. <br />

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