San Andreas



San Andreas

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In 1777, San Jose, California was first founded. Years afterwards in 1850, San Jose was incorporated, officially became a town and served as California’s first state capital. San Jose, or ‘Saint Joseph’ directly translated from Spanish, is referred to in the Catholic Church as the patron of immigrants, workers and fathers. San Jose is the tenth largest community in the USA and the third largest city in California with just over 1 million residents living in the city core. While the core city area of San Jose holds just over 1 million residents, the surrounding metropolitan area is home to approximately 7.5 million people. Perhaps San Jose’s number one claim to fame in recent years is becoming known as ‘The capital of Silicon Valley”, which is quite possibly one of the biggest hubs for technology related companies in the world.

Demographics

The population density of San Jose is just over 5,000 people per square mile. Per square mile, San Jose’s housing density is 1,600 with something like 280,000 homes and apartments within the city limits. In these homes it was noted that for thirty-eight percent of them there were children under the age of 18 listed as occupants with an average household size of 3.6.

The two largest demographics in San Jose are: below 18, and age 25-44. Twenty-six percent of the population is made up of residents under the age of 18 and thirty-five percent of the population falls into the age 25-44 segment. The median age found in San Jose is 33 with the male population being just a little higher than females. Caucasian Americans make up for 49 percent of San Jose’s population with a large populace of Hispanic and Asian people as well at 31 percent.

Geographical Information

As a result of a recent US census, San Jose’s whole area was calculated at 178.2 miles out of which 3.3 were water. The San Andreas Fault line is one of San Jose’s geological features and has been the leading cause of many earthquakes throughout California. One of the most destructive earthquakes to hit San Jose was in 1906 destroying much of San Jose’s infrastructure. The Guadalupe River is an additional geological feature of the city. Its source is in the Santa Cruz Mountains and then merges with the San Francisco Bay.

Environment

San Jose has been said to have a climate corresponding to the Mediterranean. Unlike San Francisco, San Jose is surrounded by mountains on three sides and is inland. A semi-arid desert is created due to the mountains surrounding San Jose that also serve as a obstacle for smog originating from San Francisco.

San Jose experiences limited amounts of annual rainfall but averages over 300 days of sun annually. Due to the massive amounts of sun, the average temperature is 59 degrees Fahrenheit with a record being set in 2006 at 112 degrees Fahrenheit. Snow is certainly a rarity in San Jose with the occasional temporary dusting on nearby mountain ranges lasting a few days. The last time San Jose went through snow that remained, was February 5, 1976.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Strategy Guide


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Strategy Guide


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BradyGames’ Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Strategy Guide includes the following:THE MISSIONS: We ll guide you through three cities, a sprawling wilderness, and loads of action. Where to go, who to meet, and what to do to earn the most cash and respect.THE MAPS: The most complete visual reference for San Andreas. Each city and territory is charted to detail every square mile. Find everythi…

San Andreas


San Andreas


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Reissue of the classic tale of war at sea, from the acclaimed master of action and suspense.Suddenly, just before dawn, the lights went out aboard the San Andreas. For the British hospital ship sailing the deadly, U-boat patrolled Norwegian waters, a nightmare of violence and betrayal has begun. A terrifying game of sabotage in which an unknown traitor among the crew holds all the cards.The red cr…

The Field Guide to the San Andreas Fault


The Field Guide to the San Andreas Fault


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The Field Guide to the San Andreas Fault (published by Thule Scientific and distributed by Sunbelt Publications) allows one to get up close and personal to the San Andreas Fault. See and touch the world’s most famous fault on one of twelve easy day trips between Cape Mendocino and the Mexican Border. The book includes over 200 full-color photographs and illustrations, mile-by-mile road logs, GPS c…







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San Andreas Ain't My Fault Seismology T-shirt Gift


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Order The San Andreas Ain’t My Fault tee shirt today and wear it before and after the slightest movement of the tectonic plates in California or The Big One on the Richter scale to deny responsibility for any damage….


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Order The San Andreas Ain’t My Fault tee shirt today and wear it before and after the slightest movement of the tectonic plates in California or The Big One on the Richter scale to deny responsibility for any damage….
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