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  • Floods in the 1800s diverted its course to its current location, running from Canoga Park due south just east of the city before spilling out into San Pedro Bay.

    L.A. River Runs Through It

  • The San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Action Plan (CAAP) includes a number of initiatives, but one vital element has been a voluntary program to encourage ships to switch from dirtier "bunker" diesel to low-sulfur diesel when within 20 to 40 nautical miles of the port of Long Beach.

    Paul McRandle: Clearing the Air in LA

  • They landed at San Pedro Bay, California, on 21 Jan., 1832, and were received by the Franciscan Father then in charge of San Gabriel

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement]

  • When we consider that even in San Pedro Bay, fully five thousand miles from the centre of disturbance, a wave twice the height of an ordinary house rolled in with unspeakable violence only a few hours after the occurrence of the earth-throe, we are most strikingly impressed with the tremendous energy of the earth's movement.

    Young Folks' Library, Volume XI (of 20) Wonders of Earth, Sea and Sky

  • But we never saw the headland, the ridge beyond the town, nor anything that looked like these landmarks, though we went down as far as San Pedro Bay and back twice or three times.

    Stories by American Authors (Volume 4)

  • San Pedro Bay was too open to be approached in winter.

    All Around the Moon

  • Harbour seals lazing at the base of the breakwater in the Port of Los Angeles look up at the launch voyage of the Aquarium of the Pacific's new "Urban Ocean" cruise in San Pedro Bay.

    My Sinchew -

  • A harbour seal lazing at the base of the breakwater in the Port of Los Angeles looks up at the launch voyage of the Aquarium of the Pacific's new "Urban Ocean" cruise in San Pedro Bay off the coast of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California.

    My Sinchew -

  • Perhaps most alarming locally were the weak job numbers in trade and transportation industries, which employ tens of thousands of longshoremen, truck drivers, railroad workers, mariners, warehousemen and others in communities around San Pedro Bay, where roughly

    Long Beach Press Telegram Most Viewed

  • AFP/File - A container ship is unloaded in San Pedro Bay off the coast of California in May 2010.

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