The Carrizo Plain National Monument - Stock Image

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390303 21: A road leads over the Elkhorn Hills in the volatile San Andreas Rift Zone, often ripped apart by California''s biggest earthquake fault, in the Carrizo Plain National Monument, June 1, 2001. The Temblor Range is visible in the distance. President Bill Clinton established the national monument in his final days in office to save the last large remnant of the aboriginal ocean of grassland that once covered central California. In late March, President George W. Bush announced his intention to review the Carrizo with an eye toward opening the monument to oil exploration. (Photo by David McNew)
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