This guidebook includes the San Diego Association of Geologists’ 1994 field trip through Camp Pendleton. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton covers an area of approximately 200 square miles, extending from the Pacific Ocean to the crest of the Santa Margarita Mountains and serves as a buffer zone between the populous metropolitan areas of Los Angeles and San Diego. Includes fold out map!
Geology and Natural History of Camp Pendleton
Temecula Valley’s ideal combination of well-drained soils and unique microclimate helped it become the successful wine-producing region that it is today. The San Diego Association of Geologists returns to the …$ 29.95 Add to cart
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