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California , constituent state of the United States of America. It was admitted as the 31st state of the union on September 9, , and by the early s it was the most populous U. The capital is Sacramento. California is bounded by the U. From the rainy northern coast to the parched Colorado Desert in the south, and from the Mediterranean-like central and southern littoral to the volcanic plateau of the far northeast, California is a land of stunning physical contrasts.

Both the highest and lowest points in the 48 conterminous states are in the state of California— Mount Whitney and Death Valley , respectively. The former is the culminating summit of the Sierra Nevada , one of the major mountain ranges of North America.

Despite its urbanization and the loss of land to industry, California still leads the country in agricultural production. National parks located throughout the state are devoted to the preservation of nature and natural resources.

Area , square miles , square km. Population 37,,; est. The heartland of California is the Central Valley , which runs for miles km through the centre of the state, forming a trough between the Coast Ranges to the west and the Sierra Nevada to the east.

The valley is sealed off by the Cascade Range to the northeast and by the Klamath Mountains to the northwest. In the far north the terrain is rugged and heavily forested, becoming wetter on the coastal side and drier and barren in the higher northeast.

In the south the Central Valley is closed off by the transverse ranges, most notably the Tehachapi Mountains , which are regarded as a dividing wall between southern and central California.

Most of eastern California is desert. The sparsely settled northeastern corner of the state is a jumble of barren plains and mountains, as well as a volcanic plateau. In the east-central region is the Trans-Sierra desert, which extends along the sheer east escarpment of the Sierra Nevada range and comprises part of the vast interstate Great Basin of the Basin and Range Province.

The Trans-Sierra desert ranges from 2, to 7, feet to 2, metres above sea level. Its largest towns are in the Owens Valley, which was a fertile farmland until its groundwater flow was diverted to Los Angeles through a mammoth series of conduits built in — The Sierra Nevada rises just to the west of the Trans-Sierra desert. The eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada is sheer, dropping some 10, feet 3, metres within a mile km stretch near Owens Lake.

On the west the range slopes in gradually declining foothills toward the Central Valley , comprising the San Joaquin and Sacramento river valleys. From the wall that rises near Lassen Peak in the north, the Sierra Nevada extends south for miles km to the fringes of Los Angeles.

Aside from Mount Whitney 14, feet [4, metres] above sea level , 10 other peaks in the Sierra Nevada exceed 14, feet 4, metres in elevation. East-west passes are few but high; some are found at more than 9, feet 2, metres in elevation. There are three national parks in the Sierra Nevada: Kings Canyon , Sequoia , and Yosemite. Its valleys feature waterfalls and granite domes. In the southeast lies the Mojave Desert , which, at more than 25, square miles 65, square km , occupies one-sixth of the land area of California.

Its landmarks are broad basins and eroded mountains, fault blocks, and alluvial surfaces, most of which are more than 2, feet metres above sea level.

Vegetation includes the evergreen creosote bush, yucca, saltbush, burroweed, encelia, cottonwood, and mesquite. The valley is a heavily irrigated agricultural area known for its winter crops. More than 4, square miles 10, square km of the desert lie below sea level, including the square-mile square-km Salton Sea , a lake with no outlet that was created in —07 when the nearby Colorado River broke out of its channel.

The roughly 1,mile- 1,km- long coastline of California is mountainous, most dramatically so in the Santa Lucia Range south of San Francisco, where towering cliffs rise about feet metres above the ocean. Coastal mountains, made up of many indistinct chains, are from about 20 to 40 miles 30 to 65 km in width and from 2, to 8, feet to 2, metres in elevation.

Along the coast north of the Tehachapi Mountains, the population becomes sparser, though the central coastal region has grown rapidly since the s. The populous coastal area around San Francisco Bay gives way to the less-developed northern coast, where lumbering and fishing villages lie beside creeks and rivers flowing from the Coast Ranges.

The mile 1,km San Andreas Fault is a major fault line running through most of California. Tectonic movement along the fault has caused massive earthquakes, including the San Francisco earthquake of Separate fault systems in the Sierra Nevada and the Klamath Mountains are tectonically active as well. Water is chronically scarce in southern California and the desert regions, but excesses of rain and snowmelt cause winter flooding along the rivers of the northern coast.

Complex systems of dams and aqueducts transport water from north to south, but not without the protests of those who regard the export of water from their regions as a bar to future growth or as a threat to environmental balance. The Colorado River Aqueduct at the Arizona border carries water from that river across the southern California desert and mountains to serve the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The California State Water Project , launched in , is the largest water-transfer system ever undertaken.

It is designed to deliver water daily from the Feather River a tributary of the Sacramento River in north-central California to communities as far south as the Mexican border. The largest lake of the Sierra Nevada is Lake Tahoe , astride the California-Nevada border at an elevation of 6, feet 1, metres. Elsewhere in the Sierra lie hundreds of smaller lakes, some above the timberline in regions of tumbled granite and smooth-walled canyons.

West of the Sierra Nevada is Clear Lake; at 67 square miles square km , it is the largest natural lake wholly within the state. On the eastern flank of the Sierra are Mono Lake and Owens Lake, both long endangered by agricultural development. Except on the coast, the dryness of the air and the consequent rapidity of evaporation greatly lessen the severity of summer heat.

Precipitation ranges from more than inches 4, mm in the northwest to traces in the southeastern desert, but moderate temperatures and rainfall prevail along the coast. The climate also changes rapidly with elevational extremes. Death Valley , with its lowest point at feet 86 metres below sea level, is the hottest and driest place in North America. In the higher eastern deserts of California, summer temperatures are more moderate.

Winter temperatures in the Sierra Nevada can drop to near freezing. California is the most biologically diverse state in the United States, with more than 40, plant and animal species, some of which are endangered or threatened. Nearly one-fourth of all plant types found in North America occur naturally within the borders of the state.

The state is particularly known for its redwood trees. Before European settlement the redwoods covered an estimated 2,, acres , hectares of California. Many redwood forests have been destroyed or substantially altered by logging operations; however, about , acres 80, hectares of redwoods are protected in state and national parks.

Other highly recognizable forms of plant life, emblematic of different parts of the state, are the bristlecone pine , the palm, the creosote bush, and the Monterey cypress. Animal life in California is as varied as the geography; about species of mammals and some species of birds have been identified. Many are extinct or in danger of extirpation. The California grizzly bear is extinct, for instance, and the bighorn sheep is found mostly in remote desert mountains.

Some species have been reintroduced or given protected status, including the California condor, whose population has slowly regrown with the help of zoo hatching programs and wilderness refuges.

Wildcats and pumas cougars characteristically prowl remote mountain areas, though they are increasingly coming into contact with humans as urban and suburban development expands. The more common deer, bobcats, coyotes, skunks, raccoons, and black bears are found in various habitats. In drier areas and deserts there are squirrels, jackrabbits, and chipmunks.

Desert tortoises, horned toads, and rattlesnakes are abundant in desert climates. Among common birds are California jays and thrashers, juncos, mountain bluebirds, and hermit thrushes. The California Indians , the original inhabitants of the state, now constitute a small but rapidly growing percentage of the population. Spanish missionaries converted and subjugated them as part of the construction of the California mission chain.

When the missions were secularized in , some 30, Mission Indians were farming under the direction of priests and soldiers at 21 different missions. By only about 15, California Indians remained, a reduction of about nine-tenths of their pre-Columbian population.

During the 20th century the population began to recuperate, and Native American communities engaged in a variety of advocacy and cultural-renewal activities. Bureau of Indian Affairs relocation programs. These factors caused many Native Americans from other parts of the United States to relocate to the state. By the early 21st century, California had the largest Native American population in the United States, the vast majority of which resided in urban areas.

The Gold Rush of changed the composition of the population as hundreds of thousands of fortune seekers from all over the United States and other countries entered the state. In more than half of Californians were in their 20s and were typically male and single. Only a few hundred Chinese lived in the state in , but two years later one resident out of 10 was Chinese; most performed menial labour. Irish labourers arrived during the railroad construction boom in the s. As Los Angeles began to grow at the end of the 19th century, it attracted large numbers of Mexicans, Russians, and Japanese but primarily another influx of Midwesterners.

By the beginning of the 20th century, ethnic discrimination had grown strong, especially against Asians. An alien land law intended to discourage ownership of land by Asians was not ruled unconstitutional until At one time the testimony of Chinese in courts was declared void. Separate schools for Asians were authorized by law until , and it was not until that the Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed by Congress.

As discrimination against the Chinese flared, Japanese felt encouraged to immigrate, and in more than 12, entered California.

Prospering as farmers, they came to control more than one-tenth of the farmland by , while constituting only 2 percent of the population. Some three-fifths of them were American-born citizens known as Nisei second-born ; most of the others were Issei , older adults who had immigrated before Congress halted their influx in At the end of the war, they found that their property had been sold for taxes or storage fees and their enclaves overrun.

After years of litigation some 26, claimants were reimbursed for their losses at about one-third of the claimed valuation. About 85 percent of the Japanese Americans had been farmers, but with their land gone they became gardeners or went into other professions. In the U. By the Asian population of California was estimated at about 6 percent of the total; that number had grown to more than one-tenth by the early s.

Immigration has led to the formation of large Asian enclaves, especially in the major metropolitan areas. Los Angeles, for example, now has a larger Korean population than any other city outside Korea. Millions of Mexicans entered southern California illegally in the years prior to

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