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  1. Alameda Creek ( Spanish: Arroyo de la Alameda) is a large perennial stream in the San Francisco Bay Area. The creek runs for 45 miles (72 km) from a lake northeast of Packard Ridge [1] to the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay by way of Niles Canyon and a flood control channel.

  2. Alameda Creek steht für: Alameda Creek Quarries Regional Park , einen Park im Bundesstaat Kalifornien Dies ist eine Begriffsklärungsseite zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe.

  3. ceb.wikipedia.org › wiki › Alameda_CreekAlameda Creek - Wikipedia

    Alameda Creek (suba sa Estados Unidos, Texas), Refugio County, 28.27306°N 97.12194°V Alameda Creek (suba sa Estados Unidos, California), Alameda County, 37.59438°N 122.14691°V Alameda Creek (suba sa Estados Unidos, Wyoming), Carbon County, 41.34135°N 107.08866°V Alameda Creek (suba sa Estados Unidos, Alaska, Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area),

  4. English: Media pertaining to the Alameda Creek in the East Bay region of northern California which flows through the Niles Canyon and into San Francisco Bay. Media in category "Alameda Creek" The following 15 files are in this category, out of 15 total. Aerial view of Alameda Creek delta, September 2018.JPG 5,184 × 3,888; 3.66 MB

  5. Alameda Creek (Spanish: Arroyo de la Alameda) is a large perennial stream in the San Francisco Bay Area. The creek runs for 45 miles (72 km) from a lake northeast of Packard Ridge to the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay by way of Niles Canyon and a flood control channel.

  6. Alameda Creek, originally Arroyo de la Alameda, is a large perennial stream in the San Francisco Bay Area. The creek runs for 45 miles (72 km) from a lake northeast of Packard Ridge to the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay by way of Niles Canyon and a flood control channel. Read More on Wikipedia Photos Taxonomy Geographic Places 307

  7. Sausal Creek (Alameda County) Sausal Creek, 3.1 miles (5.0 km) long, [5] is one of the principal creeks in Oakland, California . The creek derives its name from the Spanish word for willow grove ( sausal ). Native arroyo willows were once common along its banks. Efforts are underway to restore the willows and the creek itself.