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Rincon Formation

The Rincon Formation is a sedimentary geologic unit of Lower Miocene age, abundant in the coastal portions of southern Santa Barbara County, California eastward into Ventura County. Consisting of massive to poorly bedded shale, mudstone, and silt ...

Santa Monica Mountains

The Santa Monica Mountains is a coastal mountain range in Southern California, paralleling the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Transverse Ranges. Because of its proximity to densely populated regions, it is one of the most visited natural areas ...

Shandin Hills

The hills are located within the City of San Bernardino, in southern San Bernardino County. In Shandin hills is separated and to the South of mount San Bernardino foothills, and not high in altitude. The dominant mountain in the hills is a small ...

Solomon Hills

The Solomon Hills are a low mountain range in the western Transverse Ranges, in northern Santa Barbara County, California. The Hills separate the Santa Maria Valley and Santa Maria to the north, from the Los Alamos Valley and the Santa Ynez Valle ...

South Hills (California)

The South Hills are a low mountain range of the Transverse Ranges, within the San Gabriel Valley in eastern Los Angeles County, California. South hills to the North of Interstate 210, in the southern part of Glendora, with the Western part of the ...

Tejon Hills

The Tejon Hills are a low mountain range in the Transverse Ranges, in southern Kern County, California. The highest point of the hills is Comanche Mountain, at 364 feet in elevation. It is all property owned by the Tejon ranch Corporation. Curren ...

Vaqueros Formation

The Vaqueros Formation is a sedimentary geologic unit primarily of Upper Oligocene and Lower Miocene age, which is widespread on the California coast and coastal ranges in approximately the southern half of the state. It is predominantly a medium ...

White Hills (Santa Barbara County)

The White Hills are a low mountain range in the Transverse Ranges, in Santa Barbara County, California south of the town of Lompoc and east of Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Aspen anomaly

Aspen anomaly is a geological structure in Colorado, United States. It consists of a low-seismic velocity anomaly in the mantle which underpins the highest sector of the Rocky Mountains.

Collegiate Peaks

The Collegiate Peaks is a name given to a section of the Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains located in central Colorado. Drainages to the east include headwaters of the Arkansas River. The collegiate peaks include some of the highest mountains ...

Comet Mountain

Comet Mountain, 3113 m, is a mountain peak in the Pioneer Mountains of the state of Montana, United States, located in Beaverhead County 42km northwest of Dillon. This article is for the peak in Montana, United States. For the one on the Coast of ...

McGregor Plateau

The McGregor Plateau is a sub-plateau of the Fraser Plateau, the northernmost major subdivision of the Interior Plateau spanning the inland regions of the Pacific Northwest. Located in British Columbia, Canada, to the east of the city of Prince G ...

McGregor Range

The McGregor Range is a mountain range in the Central Interior of British Columbia, located between the main spine of the Rocky Mountains and the Fraser River on the northeast and southwest, and between the Torpy River on its southeast and the Mc ...

Mount Hadley

Mount Hadley is a part of the Rocky Mountain range in North America. The mountain is located in the South Rockies. The mountain takes its name from the nineteenth century novelist James Fenimore Cooper. Its highest peak is at 2.2000 metres above ...

Penrose Peak (Wyoming)

Penrose Peak is a mountain in the Bighorn Mountains of the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming, United States. Like Mount Penrose in British Columbia, Canada, it was named for Senator Boies Penrose of Pennsylvania, who was an avid outdoorsman and went on ...

Star Valley

Star Valley is located in the United States between the Salt River Range in western Wyoming and the Webster Range of eastern Idaho. The altitude of the valley ranges from 5.600 feet to 7.000 feet. Three major Wyoming rivers, the Salt River, the G ...

Kosal Kranti Dal

Kosal Kranti Dal is a regional political outfit of Odisha with particular focus on western Odisha which is known for its separatist movement for a separate Koshal state as per article 2 & 3 of Indian Constitution. KKD is mainly focusing on the cr ...

Tamilnadu Kongu Ilaingar Peravai

Tamil Nadu Kongu Ilaignar Peravai is a political party in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The party formed to gain votes in Kongu Vellalar, which holds nearly 1% of the Tamil Nadu electorate.

Telangana Praja Front

Telangana Praja Front was a regional political movement in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It was formed as a Telangana separatist organisation, demanding statehood for the Telangana region that was then a part of Andhra Pradesh. TPF ...

Six-Point Formula of 1973 (Telangana)

The Six-Point Formula is a political settlement reached between the Government of India and various regions of Andhra Pradesh on 21 September 1973. It was agreed upon by the leaders of the two regions to prevent any recurrence of such agitations ...

Visalandhra movement

The Vishalandhra, Vishal Andhra or Visalandhra Movement was a movement in post-independence India for a united state for all Telugu speakers, a Greater Andhra. This movement was led by the Communist Party of India under the banner of Andhra Mahas ...

The Other South

The Other South, full name The Other South – Democratic Union of the South, is a regionalist political party in the South Italy. The party is an observer member of the European Free Alliance.

Toward North

Toward North is a liberal and federalist political association based in Veneto, Italy. The group, which seeks to represent the whole of the North extending itself outside Veneto, is a keen supporter of federalism, fiscal reform, free market, comp ...

Party for the North

The Party for the North is a regional political party in the Netherlands founded in 2003 representing the interests of the provinces of Groningen, Friesland and Drenthe. The PvhN seeks a separate Parliament for these 3 northern provinces, and for ...

Caballas Coalition

The Caballas Coalition is a left-wing regionalist party in the Spanish autonomous city of Ceuta in north Africa.

Coalition for Europe (2009)

Coalition for Europe was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 2009 made up from regionalist parties. It was the successor to the 2004 list Galeusca–Peoples of Europe, but in 2009 did not include the Galician Nationalist ...

Coalition for Europe (2014)

Coalition for Europe was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 2014 made up from regionalist parties. It was the successor of the 2009 coalition of the same name. As in 2009, Ramon Tremosa was confirmed as the coalitions ...

Coalition for the Europe of the Peoples

Coalition for the Europe of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1987 made up from regionalist parties.

Convergence for the Isles

Convergence for the Isles was a Balearic nationalist political party founded in March 2011 and merged into Proposta per les Illes in November 2012. The partys aim was to constitute a third pole in Balearic politics that - unlike the Peoples Party ...

Europe of the Peoples (2004)

Europe of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 2004 made up from regionalist parties.

European Coalition (1999)

European Coalition was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1999 made up from centre-right, regionalist and moderate nationalist parties.

European Coalition (2004)

European Coalition was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 2004 made up from various regionalist and moderate nationalist parties. The coalition failed to gain any representation in the European Parliament.

Europeanist Union

Europeanist Union was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1987 made up from regionalist parties.

Extremaduran Coalition

Extremaduran Coalition is a political alliance in Extremadura, Spain. It consists of the Extremaduran Regional Convergence and the Extremaduran Regionalist Party. The coalition was represented in the Senate of Spain in the period from 2005 to 200 ...

Federation of Regional Parties

Federation of Regional Parties was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1989 made up from several centre-right regionalist parties. Navarrese Peoples Union and the Regionalist Aragonese Party were initially also expecte ...

For the Europe of the Peoples (1989)

For the Europe of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1989 made up from regionalist parties. It was the successor of the 1987 Coalition for the Europe of the Peoples.

For the Europe of the Peoples (1994)

For the Europe of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1994 made up from regionalist parties. It was the successor of the 1989 coalition of the same name.

Galeusca–Peoples of Europe

Galeusca–Peoples of Europe was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 2004 made up from peripheral nationalism parties mainly from Galicia, the Basque Country and Catalonia, the coalitions name being a composite acronym o ...

The Greens–Left of the Peoples

The Greens–Left of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1999 made up from green and left-wing peripheral nationalist parties.

Left for the Right to Decide

Left for the Right to Decide was an electoral alliance formed for the 2014 European Parliament elections. The leading candidate was Josep Maria Terricabras. The Alliance consisted of three parties: the Republican Left of Catalonia, Catalan new le ...

Left of the Peoples (1987)

Left of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1987 made up from regionalist parties.

Left of the Peoples (1989)

Left of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1989 made up from left-wing peripheral nationalist parties. It was the successor of the 1987 coalition of the same name.

Leonese Peoples Union

The Leonese Peoples Union is a regional political party in Castilla y Leon, Spain. UPL strives to establish a separate autonomous community for the provinces of Leon, Zamora and Salamanca, now in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y Leon.

Nationalist Coalition (1989)

Nationalist Coalition was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1989 made up from centre-right peripheral nationalist parties. It was the successor of the 1987 Europeanist Union.

Nationalist Coalition (1994)

Nationalist Coalition was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1994 made up from regionalist parties. It was the successor of the 1989 coalition of the same name.

Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples

Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples was a Spanish electoral list in the European Parliament election in 1999 made up from regionalist and peripheral nationalist parties. It was the successor of the 1994 Nationalist Coalition and For the E ...

Platform for Eastern Andalusia

The Platform for Eastern Andalusia is a Spanish organization with regionalist character, set up juridically as an association, created from a civic initiative in the provinces of Jaen, Granada and Almeria, with the objective of forming an autonom ...

Regionalist League of the Balearic Islands

The Regionalist League of the Balearic Islands was a Balearic regionalist political party founded in February 2011 from members of the Peoples Party and merged into Proposta per les Illes in November 2012.

Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country

Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country is a regional political party in Castilla y Leon, Spain. PREPAL strives to establish a separate autonomous community for the provinces of Salamanca, Zamora and Leon, now in the Autonomous Community of Cast ...

Regionalist Social Party (Institutional Union)

Regionalist Social Party), a political party in Spain. PSR was founded in 1976, and was one of the first five political parties registered on October 4, 1976. PSR was of Carlist inspiration. At the time of its foundation the party was based in Ca ...