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  • California Bungalow

    A Building about California The Bungalow on its Home Ground The big cities skyline in California is dominated by gleaming skyscrapers and high-rise buildings. However lots of people prefer to live in bungalow in the comfortable suburbs rather than in hustle and bustle downtown. The California Bungalow is a form of residential architecture of one-and-a-half storey that was widely popular in America from 1910 to 1925. “Because of its mild climate and the reasonable availability of land, California became the destination of a new “gold” rush at the turn of the century. Young people came to make living growing things, and older folk sought it as a retirement place. Residents along the Pacific seaboard did not have the strong antique consciousness of…

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  • California Advantages

    Although I have lived in both states i still think their are a few advantages to living in california. Yes they may have a lot of similar things in common but i still think one is better than the other. yes there can be some down sides, but i mean come on have you been to california. it's the most fast pace, beautiful place i have ever lived. There's so many amazing things to do in california whether it's with family or with a group of friends. You get to experience so many amazing places and…

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  • The California Drought

    California, and for all Californians, are experiencing a major drought and it can affect the state economically, politically, and socially. With this horrid condition, many of the helpless citizens and farmers of the California state are expecting a movement and California Emergency Drought Relief Act to be signed by Governor Brown of California to approve of the change to have a progressive time consumption for agricultural scholars to propose a transformation for the drought presently because…

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  • California Droughts

    The right to water is a vital right as the water plays a major role in everyday life and in the environment. Long term droughts bring economic, social and environmental consequences, which affect several sectors, such as agriculture and public water supply. In recent years, some states have been affected by a series of severe droughts associated with the summer heat waves affecting a large part of the country, the lack of rain and fires also have an important role in droughts. The water…

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  • California Drought Crisis

    Disaster Mitigation California is facing its fifth year in drought. (Center, 2016) The drought is estimated to cost the state of California $600 million dollars and 4,700 jobs this year. This is better compared to last year’s cost but still a significant amount. What could help California during this time and in the future would be to incorporate disaster mitigation strategies during recovery phase and to find methods to help reduce the impact or occurrences of droughts. Mitigation includes risk…

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  • The California Water Crisis

    California, a state with lush greenery and a seemingly perfect weather, has been attracting various people throughout history. However, what one does not realize is that California is in fact, an illusion. California has been plagued with a drought for a couple years, and the lush greenery seen on TV and postcards are from the effects of transferring water from thousands of miles away. Because of this, California has achieved the false appearance of looking very lush and vibrant. The epidemic of…

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  • The Importance Of Water In California

    How is “ California’s scarce water resource allocated?” & Anaheim's water laws. What is happening to the water in California? Where is it going ? How to save it ? Nowadays people say “ California's currently in its fifth year of severe drought.” But people forget to ask themselves is what exactly lead California to that position and why is it going through severe droughts. California’s water is distributed in three major places; 1- The urban with 10%. 2- Environment with 50%. 3- Agriculture…

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  • History Of The California Constitution

    So many things transpired between 1850 and 1900 when we talk about the history of the United States. The Civil War (1861-1865) alone is full of significant events that usually fill our history books. Slavery was prevalent and resulted in violation of human and civil rights. In California, started to advocate for statehood, and civil leaders who wanted to develop a growing region and also to gain power were so excited to have a new civil government. Thus, the California Constitution was drafted…

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  • California Quake Summary

    However, the next article I’m going to talk about gives us the exact locations where the quake hit California areas. This article named, “The California Quake: “I Don’t Want to Die in Here”: Disaster Areas…” This article was written and published in the New York Times in 1989, which is a while from the actual event. This article clearly describes 7 counties that affected by the quake, such as Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Benito, and Monterey. Beside the…

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  • California Coastal Management

    2.a. . More than any other state, California's coastal zone management program has gotten involved in aesthetics. Summarize this effort The Management success in California coastal is credited and attributable to the teamwork and dedication of the locals, state, nongovernmental organizations, federal agencies, and private interests who made studies, regulation, policy making, development, monitoring of coastal resources, planning, restoration, management, and acquisition. While the efforts and…

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