Baja California, satellite mosaic

Baja California, satellite mosaic

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Credit: WORLDSAT INTERNATIONAL INC./SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Baja California. Mosaic of satellite images showing the 1000-km long peninsula, Baja California in Mexico. Baja California was produced by the action of the destructive plate boundary running the whole length of the Pacific Coast of North America. Between the peninsula and the mainland is the Gulf of California. The San Andreas fault runs along the line of the gulf. The brownish areas at top and right are part of the Sierra Madre mountains. The data for this image were gathered by NOAA weather satellites.

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Keywords: baja california, environment, from space, geography, mexico, peninsula

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