Eastern Mojave Vegetation Indian Route 12, Apache County, Arizona (and New Mexico)  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 Indian Route 12 runs from Round Rock south to Window Rock, passing into New Mexico for part of its route.

Other articles: US Highway 191 at Round Rock  

Round Rock

Junction: US Highway 191

Locations: Chuska Mtns.

Species Lists: Frasera speciosa  

Chuska Mountains to the northeast. Indian Route 12 parallels the west side of the Chuska Mountains from here south to Navajo.
  Junction: Indian Route 13, east to Lukachukai.
  Junction: Indian Route 64, west to Tsaile, and Chinle.
  Junction: Indian Route 68, north to IR 13 and Red Rock.

Locations: Chuska Mtns.  

Chuska Mountains to the northeast. Indian Route 12 parallels the Chuska Mountains for most of its route from Round Rock to Window Rock.

Locations: Wheatfields Creek.

Species Lists: Frasera speciosa  

Cross Wheatfields Creek

Locations: Wheatfields Lake.  

Wheatfields Lake
  Arizona above
New Mexico below
  Junction: Indian Route 72
  Junction: New Mexico Highway 134

Locations: Chuska Mtns.  

Chuska Mountains to the northeast. Indian Route 12 parallels the Chuska Mountains from here northwest to Round Rock.
 

Navajo

 
  New Mexico above
Arizona below
  Junction: Indian Route 7, northwest to Fort Defiance and Chinle.
 

Window Rock

 

Other articles: Arizona Highway 264 at Indian 12  

Junction: Arizona Route 264

Literature Cited:
- Douglass, John, Norman Meek, Ronald I. Dorn and Mark W. Schmeeckle, 2009.

Locations: Black Creek Canyon.  

Black Creek Canyon.

As an application of their criteria-based methodology for determining the mechanism of transverse drainage development, Douglass, et al. (2009) determined superimposition as the mechanism for transverse drainage of Black Creek Canyon.

Other articles: U. S. Interstate 40 at I. R. 12  

Junction: US Interstate 40
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Douglass, John, Norman Meek, Ronald I. Dorn and Mark W. Schmeeckle. 2009. A criteria-based methodology for determining the mechanism of transverse drainage development, with application to the southwestern United States. GSA Bulletin. 121(3/4):586-598. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 3/21/2017 9:09:35 AM