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English: The Temblor Range — a low mountain range of the eastern-inner California Coast Ranges System, in central California.
- They run in a northwest-southeasterly direction along the borders of Kern County and San Luis Obispo County. The highest point is McKittrick Summit at 4,331 ft (1,320 m).
- The California interior chaparral and woodlands and grasslands habitats cover the mountains.
- The name of the range is from the Spanish word for "earthquake". The :San Andreas Fault (earthquake fault) is runs parallel to the range at the base of its western slope, on the eastern side of the Carrizo Plain — and is often more active—studied here.
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- ► Temblor Formation (1 F)
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