from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A mountainous peninsula of western Mexico extending south-southeast between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California south of the U.S. border. It was first explored by the Spanish in the 1530s.
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- proper n. a mountainous peninsula of western Mexico between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California
- proper n. a state of Mexico that occupies the northern part of the peninsula
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- n. a mountainous peninsula on northwest Mexico
In this work, writer Elisabeth Rosenthal asserts that organic farmers are depleting the water supply in southern Baja California.
He agreed with Democratic hawks who wanted all of New Mexico and California, including the long peninsula of Lower California later called Baja California.
The initial plan, according to Ensenada Secretary of Public Safety Cesar Santiesteban, is to create a force that patrols a 50-mile tourist corridor from Tijuana through Las Playas Rosarito to Ensenada in Baja California, which is Mexico's northernmost and westernmost state.
The first impact from the tsunami was felt in the northwestern Mexican state of Baja California.
Heavy swells rolled through the port and marinas of the Baja California resort of Cabo San Lucas, rocking boats at anchor, but they did not top seawalls or bring any reports of damage.
The organization has expanded into Baja California and further south to engage communities there in restoration and preservation of the coastal areas.
Rommel Moreno, the attorney general of Baja California, whose biggest city is Tijuana, said Mr. Hank was being investigated for the 2009 killing of 24-year old Angelica Muñoz, who Mr. Moreno said was the girlfriend of Mr. Hank's son Sergio Hank.
A decade ago we led a successful international campaign against a massive industrial salt plant that Mitsubishi, together with the Mexican government, had proposed to build in the heart of a gray whale nursery in Baja California.
Starting in 1972, Mr. Olguin chartered off-season fishing boats to take passengers to watch the annual migration of gray whales, which pass San Pedro en route from the Arctic to their winter feeding grounds around Baja California.
"The plume will reach the U.S. West Coast, dumping debris on Californian beaches and the beaches of British Columbia, Alaska, and Baja California," predicted the Nikolai Maximenko and Jan Hafner at the International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa in this story about their work.