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Mandy asks…

Name and locations of bioregions or ecoregions in california?

Names and locations of the bioregions or ecoregions in california
Unique geologic, hydrologic, climatic, and biological features and characteristics of each bioregion
Discussion of the important of each bioregion to the economics and cultural identity of california
Description of the “health” of the bioregions in california
Effects of population growth, tourism, or residential and commercial development on bioregions in California

Tijuana answers:

The California chaparral and woodlands is a terrestrial ecoregion of lower northern, central, and southern California (United States) and northwestern Baja California (Mexico), located on the west coast of North America. It is an ecoregion of the Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub Biome, and part of the Nearctic ecozone.——— Three sub-ecoregions
The California chaparral and woodlands ecoregion is subdivided into three smaller ecoregions.
California coastal sage and chaparral ecoregion: In southern coastal California and northwestern coastal Baja California, as well as all the Channel Islands of California and Guadalupe Island.
California montane chaparral and woodlands: In southern and central coast adjacent and inland California, covering some of the mountains of: the Coast Ranges; the Transverse Ranges; and the western slopes of the northern Peninsular Ranges.
California interior chaparral and woodlands In central interior California surrounding the California Central Valley cover the foothills and the Transverse Ranges and Sierra Nevada Mountains .
Locations
Most of the population of California and Baja California lives in these ecoregions, which includes the San Francisco Bay Area, Ventura County, the Greater Los Angeles Area, San Diego County, and Tijuana.

The California Central Valley grasslands ecoregion, as well as the coniferous Sierra Nevada forests, Northern California coastal forests, and Klamath-Siskiyou forests of northern California and southwestern Oregon, share many plant and animal affinities with the California chaparral and woodlands. Many botanists consider the California chaparral and woodlands, Sierra Nevada forests, Klamath-Siskiyou forests, and Northern California coastal forests as a single California Floristic Province, excluding the deserts of eastern California, which belong to other floristic provinces. Many Bioregionalists, including poet Gary Snyder, identify the central and northern Coast Ranges, Klamath-Siskiyou, the Central Valley, and Sierra Nevada as the Shasta Bioregion or the Alta California Bioregion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_chaparral_and_woodlands

Jenny asks…

what documents does one need to come back from Tijuana Baja California?

Tijuana answers:

No, No, NO…passports are NOT yet needed for LAND travel to and from Mexico. That requirement has no date set yet, but will be sometime between next summer and summer 2009. See site below and read top half of page carefully to see current info. You will need your photo I.D. And certified birth certificate.

Sandy asks…

How can we divide Twin Cities San Diego Alta California (English) & Tijuana Baja California ( Spanish) ?

with fences and military borders?

Do we have to be divided? Why?
United we stand ?
Smart borders or Closed borders ( Republican tyranny)?
Smart borders or Open borders and (Anarchy)?
The San Diego-Tijuana Metropolitan Area is the name of an urban agglomeration surrounding the cities of San Diego, California, United States and Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. The region consists of San Diego County in the United States and the municipios of Tijuana and Playas de Rosarito in Mexico. The total population of the region has been estimated to be about 5.1 million in 2007
The international border between the United States and Mexico runs from San Diego-Tijuana eastward towards The Gulf of Mexico. The border’s total length is 1,951 miles (3,141 km) with over 350 million people crossing, legally, every year.

The San Ysidro border crossing (San Diego-Tijuana) is the busiest border crossing in the world, in 2005 41,417,164 people entered the US through this port[3]. The great majority of these are workers (both of Mexican and U.S. nationality) commuting from Tijuana to jobs in the greater San Diego area and throughout southern California. There is also a thriving reverse
Some foot travelers own a car in each country, and store them in one of the large parking lots located near the border post, or use the respective public transportation systems of both cities (both systems have a bus station built solely to serve the border crossing point, and the San Diego Trolley runs from downtown San Diego to the border crossing).
San Diego, Califas is one of the most Mexican Cities in USA. Learn Spanish or go back to New England!

Tijuana answers:

They’re already divided by international borders.

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