Sand dunes in Death Valley with Mesquite tree

Sand dunes in Death Valley with Mesquite tree

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Caption: Death Valley. A Mesquite tree (Prosopis glandulosa) growing on a sand dune in Death Valley, California. Death Valley is a basin about 220 kilometres long and 25 kilometres wide. The climate is typical of a desert; hot, dry with temperatures reaching over 50 Celsius at times. Over 800,000 hectares of the area became a National Monument in 1933.

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Keywords: death valle, death valley, desert, desert landscape, desertification, dune, environment, geography, mesquite, prosopis glandulosa, ripple, sand, sand dune, tree, type, worst invasive alien species

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