Eastern Mojave Vegetation California Highway 128  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 From California Highway 1, through the Anderson Valley, to Cloverdale and beyond

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Other articles: California Highway 1 at CA Highway 128  

Junction: California Highway 1

Literature Cited:
- Florsheim, J. L., 2004.  

(State Highway Milepost: 8.86) Buried Log Gulch.

One of four study localities used by Florsheim (2004).

Literature Cited:
- Florsheim, J. L., 2004.  

(State Highway Milepost: 9.94) Lost Gulch.

This is one of four study localities used by Florsheim (2004).

Florsheim (2004) studied floodplain sedimentation from side-valley tributary fans in the high-energy Navarro River basin. Working at sites along California Highway 128 and the North Fork of the Navarro River, and at sites in Hendy Woods State Park, Florsheim described the interplay between sediments from side-valley tributaries and overbank flow from the main avial valley channel. She was also to distinguish the two disparate sediment sources on the basis of characteristic size distributions within these deposits.

Of Florsheim's other three sites, one is just downstream at Buried Log Gulch, and the other two are in Hendy Woods State Park.

  Junction: Navarro Ridge Road
  Junction: Flynn Creek Road
 

Navarro

 

Literature Cited:
- Florsheim, J. L., 2004.

Locations: Hendy Woods State Park.  

Junction: Philo-Greenwood Road

Turn here for Hendy Woods State Park.

  Junction: Manchester-Elk Road
 

Boonville

Junction: California Highway 253
  Junction: Fish Rock Road
  Junction: Mountain House Road
  Junction: Redwood Highway
 

Cloverdale

Junction: East 1st Street

Other articles: U. S. Highway 101 at CA Hwy 128  

Junction: US Highway 101
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Florsheim, J. L. 2004. Side-valley tributary fans in high-energy river floodplain environments: Sediment sources and depositional processes, Navarro River basin, California. GSA Bulletin. 116(7/8):923-937. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 7/31/2017 9:27:57 AM