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government began an ambitious scheme to develop the entire Colorado Basin, mainly by providing urban infrastructure and irrigation throughout the hot desert regions of the lower basin.
Her findings offer a unique look at how these native Americans once turned to the hot desert for nourishment.
Global Solar Energy has designed and installed a photovoltaic (PV) canopy that generates power while shielding up to 20 buses from the hot desert sun.
This an important project that s quite complex given the distance between the port and the mine combined with the mine s remote location and high altitude not to mention the Atacama's being the world s driest hot desert, said Jose Ivo, general manager of Bechtel s Mining & Metals business in the Americas.
The heat usually descends when winds from the hot desert in the south east hit the UAE.
By the time was High Desert was done batting in the bottom of the third, the JetHawks' big lead had disappeared into the hot desert night.
With more than 90 aircraft in service today in 15 countries, the C295 has accumulated more than 120,000 flying hours in the most demanding conditions, from extreme cold weather to hot desert areas.
With Alex Rodriguez and his Seattle Mariners teammates long since departed from the team's Arizona spring-training facility, those left under the hot desert sun aren't exactly media magnets.
C295s in service today have accumulated more than 110,000 flying hours in the most demanding conditions, from extreme cold weather to hot desert areas.
The Santa Anas are the result of a high-pressure system squeezing hot desert air into Los Angeles, Seto said.
Outside, the scene changes like a mirage in the hot desert sun.
In such a case, the logic of "unusual" snowfall in a hot desert would make sense.