Imperial Valley


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Im·pe·ri·al Valley

 (ĭm-pîr′ē-əl)
A fertile, irrigated region of the Colorado Desert in southeast California and northeast Baja California, Mexico. Mostly below sea level, it includes the Salton Sea.

Impe′rial Val′ley


n.
an irrigated agricultural region in SE California, adjacent to Mexico, formerly a part of the Colorado Desert: it is largely below sea level and contains the Salton Sink.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The photovoltaic solar field, located near Seeley in Californias Imperial Valley, can produce enough power for approximately 55,000 homes.
In Southern California's Imperial Valley one of the largest solar projects in the United States of America is being created currently.
Sheep graze an alfalfa field east of Brawley, in the Imperial Valley.
1 October 2012 a[euro]" US seed producer S&W Seed Co (NASDAQ:SANW) said today it had bought Imperial Valley Seeds Inc (IV Seeds), so far operating as the international marketing arm of California-based Imperial Valley Milling (IV Milling), for about USD6m (EUR4.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 1, 2012-S&W takes over seed marketer Imperial Valley Seeds(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Contamination could also affect some of the most important migratory bird habitat in the Imperial Valley.
Additionally, CPV technology requires no water for ongoing operations, a crucial consideration for the water-constrained Imperial Valley.
The Imperial Valley Press is moving from afternoon to morning publication, starting Monday.
Previously he was the dean of business, art and applied technology at Rio Hondo College and chairman of the humanities division at Imperial Valley College.
A 500-megawatt power plant of 20,000 dishes will be located in the Mojave Desert, while a 300-megawatt plant of 12,000 dishes will call the Imperial Valley home.
16630 Imperial Valley Drive, Suite 149, Houston, TX 77060
LASPAU, an organization affiliated with Harvard University that designs and implements academic and professional exchange programs to address "social, technological, economic and environmental challenges facing the Americas," recently announced that the Border Ozone Reduction and Air Quality Improvement Program has selected Alberto Mendoza of the Center for Environmental Quality at the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) to conduct "a comprehensive study to address the pressing need to reduce air pollution in the international border region between Mexicali and the Imperial Valley.

Full browser ?