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Santa Catalina Mountains

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A Natural History of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona

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NE Santa Catalina Mountain Range: Effects of the Big Horn Fire, Summer 2020

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The Outdoor Laboratory Podcast #13-The Santa Catalina Mountains

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Jon Pelletier Lecture: Hillslopes and River Channels of the Santa Catalina Mountains

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UA Geologist George Davis Explains our Sky Island Mountains

The Santa Catalina Mountains, commonly referred to as the Catalina Mountains or the Catalinas, are north and northeast of Tucson in Arizona, United States, on Tucson's north perimeter. The mountain range is the most prominent in the Tucson area, with the highest average elevation. The highest point in the Catalinas is Mount Lemmon at an elevation of 9,157 feet (2,791 m) above sea level and receives 180 inches (460 cm) of snow annually.
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