MORAINES           moraines
CONVICT LAKE    Bunna Roeum                                     Oldest rock formations                                  La...
GRANT LAKEBunna Roeum
Bunna Roeum  SILVER LAKE   waterfall
MANZANAR RELOCATION CENTER
Guard Shack and PlaqueBunna Roeum                    Manzanar was the first of ten such                    concentration c...
EASTERN CALIFORNIA MUSEUM              •   Tiyo Miyatake was interned at                  Manzanar concentration camp.even...
IN TRANSIT OPTIONAL
IN TRANSIT-CUCAMONGA ALLUVIAL FAN                           Many of years of rain, fire, floodBunna Roeum                a...
SOLAR POWER PLANTBunna Roeum
Bunna Roeum                                                    Doppler radar tower  The Doppler radar tower uses the Doppl...
Bunna Roeum PLAYA              Playa
GARLOCK FAULTThe Garlock Fault is significatn because this is a left lateral strike slip. This is the secondlongest fault ...
Bunna Roeum                            Joshua treeBurrowed grass   creosote
Bunna Roeum              Los Angeles Aqueduct
Bunna Roeum                                         Owens Dry LakeOwens Dry Lake held significant water until 1924, until ...
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Photo journal part two

  1. 1. MORAINES moraines
  2. 2. CONVICT LAKE Bunna Roeum Oldest rock formations Lateral moraine Convict lakeConvict lake was carved out by a glacier that had melted. Also creating “U” shapes and creating lateraland terminal moraines.
  3. 3. GRANT LAKEBunna Roeum
  4. 4. Bunna Roeum SILVER LAKE waterfall
  5. 5. MANZANAR RELOCATION CENTER
  6. 6. Guard Shack and PlaqueBunna Roeum Manzanar was the first of ten such concentration camps and was bounded by barbed wires and guard towers confining 10,000 japanese american citizens. Some had seen them as threats because of world war 2 and the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
  7. 7. EASTERN CALIFORNIA MUSEUM • Tiyo Miyatake was interned at Manzanar concentration camp.even though cameras werent alllowed he found a way to sneak one in and take pictures. I reallly apprectiated what he had done at manzanar, and to capture the moments of what was going on was epic. I am a fan of his photography skills,lighting and for what he had to go through either emotionally because of the situation he was in, he still found a way to use his talents in photography to document an historic portion in Japanese/ American history.
  8. 8. IN TRANSIT OPTIONAL
  9. 9. IN TRANSIT-CUCAMONGA ALLUVIAL FAN Many of years of rain, fire, floodBunna Roeum and erosion shaped the San Bernardino Valley by building vast alluvial fans from material swept down from the mountains. These fans matter today because much of Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino and Highland were built on them.. Gravity and moving water sweep debris through canyons, dropping heavier matter first and carrying sand and silt farther, where it spreads outward in the shape of a fan.
  10. 10. SOLAR POWER PLANTBunna Roeum
  11. 11. Bunna Roeum Doppler radar tower The Doppler radar tower uses the Doppler effect to measure velocity. The Doppler radar tower can detect distant objects (weather in this case) and tell what i is and when it will come. Doppler radar tower basically is a radar to oversee the oncoming weather. News channels use this to tell us the forecast.
  12. 12. Bunna Roeum PLAYA Playa
  13. 13. GARLOCK FAULTThe Garlock Fault is significatn because this is a left lateral strike slip. This is the secondlongest fault in California and it borders the Mojave Desert.
  14. 14. Bunna Roeum Joshua treeBurrowed grass creosote
  15. 15. Bunna Roeum Los Angeles Aqueduct
  16. 16. Bunna Roeum Owens Dry LakeOwens Dry Lake held significant water until 1924, until much of the Owens river was diverted into the LosAngeles Aqueduct causing it to desiccate. Today, some of the flow of the river has been restored, and thelake now contains some water.

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