Madera


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Madera

(mədâr`ə), city (1990 pop. 29,281), seat of Madera co., central Calif., in the San Joaquin valley; inc. 1907. Wine, machinery, consumer goods, and plastic products are produced, and a granite quarry is there. Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia national parks and Sierra National Forest are all nearby.
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Las industrias de primera y segunda transformacion de la madera se asientan de forma preponderante en las cercanias de los recursos forestales, ubicados principalmente en las zonas de la Mesopotamia y Buenos Aires, debido a economias de localizacion asociadas a los costos de transporte.
Fechado cada crecimiento, con el programa ARSTAN se generaron las cronologias o indices de anillo total, madera temprana y madera tardia.
The Madera subbasin has just under 400,000 irrigated acres, about half of which is supplied with surface water by irrigation or water districts.