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California Solar Power Generation Photos
California Solar Power Generation
Harper Dry Lake Solar Electric Generating Station.
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Mojave Rattlesnake Images
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
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Stock photography of Mojave Desert - Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Mojave Desert - Mojave Green Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
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Green Sea Turtle Pictures
Green Sea Turtle
Green Sea Turtles are quite common on the big island of Hawaii. This one had hauled out to bask in the sun on a popular black sand beach south of Kona.
species: Chelonia mydas
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Stock photos of California Geothermal Power Generation
California Geothermal Power Generation
Like wind and solar geothermal power is considered a renewable or green power resource.
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Pictures of California Geothermal Power Generation
California Geothermal Power Generation
Farm fields can be located directly next to a geothermal power plant.
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Stock images of California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
California leads the world in renewable wind turbine electric power generation with over 40% of total installed capacity.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Stock Photography
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The San Gorgonio Pass outside of Palm Springs California has proven ideal for wind power generaton. The restricted pass formed by the San Jacinto and San Bernardino Moutains funnel coastal winds drawn by the hot desert regions of Indio Coachella and Palm Springs to the east. The largest of these turbines reach over 300 feet in height and can generate over 1000 killowatts of power per hour.
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Photos
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
Like solar and geothermal wind power is a renewable or green power resource.
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Oak Trees on Green Slope Images
Oak Trees on Green Slope
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Stock photography of Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-005 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Green Rattlesnake Pictures
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
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Stock photos of Marine Algae - Green Algae on Intertidal Rocks
Marine Algae - Green Algae on Intertidal Rocks
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Pictures of Giant Green Anemone
Giant Green Anemone
Large solitary anemone to about 7 inches in diameter.
species: Anthopleura xanthogrammica
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Stock images of Green Sea Turtle
Green Sea Turtle
Listed as an endangered species in 1978.
species: Chelonia mydas
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California Solar Power Generation Stock Photography
California Solar Power Generation
Harper Dry Lake Solar Electric Generating Station.
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California Solar Power Generation Photos
California Solar Power Generation
Harper Dry Lake Solar Electric Generating Station.
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California Solar Power Generation Images
California Solar Power Generation
Harper Dry Lake Solar Electric Generating Station.
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Stock photography of Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-041 request pricing

Mojave Rattlesnake Pictures
Mojave Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
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Stock photos of Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-045 request pricing

Pictures of Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-046 request pricing

Stock images of Green Coastal Hills
Green Coastal Hills
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California Wind Turbine Power Generation Stock Photography
California Wind Turbine Power Generation
The Tehachapi Wind Farm with around five thousand turbines is the second largest collection of wind generators in the world.
photo-id: PWP-086 request pricing

Green Sea Turtle Photos
Green Sea Turtle
Green Sea Turtles are quite common on the big island of Hawaii. This one had hauled out to bask in the sun on a popular black sand beach south of Kona.
species: Chelonia mydas
photo-id: TUR-008 request pricing

Green Sea Turtle Images
Green Sea Turtle
Green Sea Turtles are quite common on the big island of Hawaii. This one had hauled out to bask in the sun on a popular black sand beach south of Kona.
species: Chelonia mydas
photo-id: TUR-009 request pricing

Stock photography of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
Kramer Junction Solar Electric Generating Station.
photo-id: PWP-075 request pricing Google Earth

California Solar Power Generation Pictures
California Solar Power Generation
The Kramer Junction power plant creates electric power using sunlight. It operates on a simple solar heat transfer process applied on a large scale. Row upon row of large sets of parabolic mirrors reflect and focus the suns rays on a transparent pipe which circulates a heat transfer fluid. The super heated fluid is then used to create steam to drive a turbine which generates electricity.
photo-id: PWP-076 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
Kramer Junction Solar Electric Generating Station.
photo-id: PWP-077 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
The Kramer Junction power plant creates electric power using sunlight. It operates on a simple solar heat transfer process applied on a large scale. Row upon row of large sets of parabolic mirrors reflect and focus the suns rays on a transparent pipe which circulates a heat transfer fluid. The super heated fluid is then used to create steam to drive a turbine which generates electricity.
photo-id: PWP-078 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of California Solar Power Generation
California Solar Power Generation
Kramer Junction Solar Electric Generating Station.
photo-id: PWP-079 request pricing Google Earth

California Solar Power Generation Stock Photography
California Solar Power Generation
The Kramer Junction power plant creates electric power using sunlight. It operates on a simple solar heat transfer process applied on a large scale. Row upon row of large sets of parabolic mirrors reflect and focus the suns rays on a transparent pipe which circulates a heat transfer fluid. The super heated fluid is then used to create steam to drive a turbine which generates electricity.
photo-id: PWP-080 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Borrego Desert | California Coast | Coal Fired Power Plant | Desert Tortoise | Geothermal Power | Gorgonian | Hoover Dam |
| Hydroelectric Power | Kelp Forest | Marine Invertebrates | Mojave Desert | Nuclear Power | Pollution | Solar Power Generation |
| Southern Pacific Rattlesnake | Speckled Rattlesnake | Starfish | Threatened Species | Wind Turbine Power Generation |

species represented
Anthopleura xanthogrammica, Chelonia mydas, Crotalus scutulatus

keywords
Anemones, Backcountry, Beach, Beaches, Coachella, Coastal, Conservation, Electric, Endangered Species, Energy, Farms,
Inland, Intertidal, Landscapes, Monterey, Morro Bay, Oaks, Powered, Powerplant, Powerplants, Renewable, Reptile, Scenic,
Scenics, Seaweed, Snake, Snakes, Tidepool, Tidepools, Tree, Turtles, Underwater, Venomous, Wind Farm, Windfarm, Woodland,
Woodlands, Tidepool, Tidepools

related blog posts
Mojave Desert - Mojave Green Rattlesnake

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| CaliforniaHerps.com - Mojave Rattlesnake | Center For Land Use Interpretation - Harper Solar Page | Center For Land Use Interpretation - Kramer Junction Solar Page |
| Reptiles of Arizona - Mojave Rattlesnake | Wikipedia - Harper Lake | Wikipedia - Mojave Rattlesnake |

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