Eastern Mojave Vegetation California Highway 138  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 California Highway 138 runs across the Antelope Valley from Gorman to Cajon Pass, and then up into the San Bernardino Mountains.

Other articles: U. S. Interstate 5 at CA Hwy 138  

Junction: US Interstate 5
  Junction: Three Points Road

Other articles: California Highway 14 22800  

Junction: CA Highway 14 North

Locations: Antelope Valley.  

 
 

Lancaster

 

Other articles: California Highway 14 at 10th St W 10th St W at CA Hwy 14  

Junction: 10th Street West

Other articles: California Highway 14 in Palmdale Palmdale Blvd at CA Hwy 14  

Junction: CA Highway 14 South

Locations: Palmdale.  

Palmdale

Junction: Sierra Highway

Other articles: Palmdale Blvd at 47th St E  

Junction 47th Street East
 

Four Points

Junction: Pearblossom Highway

Literature Cited:
- Matmon, A., D. P. Schwartz, R. Finkel, S. Clemmens, and T. Hanks, 2005.

Locations: Little Rock Creek.  

Cross Little Rock Creek.
 

Littlerock

 
 

Pearblossom

 

Literature Cited:
- Matmon, A., D. P. Schwartz, R. Finkel, S. Clemmens, and T. Hanks, 2005.

Locations: Big Rock Creek.  

Cross Big Rock Creek.
 

Llano

 

Other articles: California Highway 18 at CA Hwy 138  

Junction: CA Highway 18, known variously as Palmdale Road and Pearblossom Highway, California Highway 18 continues directly east to Victorville, then Apple Valley before climbing to Big Bear Lake, and becoming the Rim of the World Highway before descending into San Bernardino.
 

Mountain Top Junction

Junction: California Highway 2, the Angeles Crest Highway, ending eventually at California Highway 1, the "Pacific Coast Highway," in Santa Monica.

Other articles: Interstate 15 at CA Hwy138  

Cajon Junction

Junction US I-15
  Junction: California Highway 173, to Lake Arrowhead and the Rim of the World Highway.
 

Crestline

 

Other articles: California Highway 18 at CA Hwy 138  

Junction: California Highway 18, the "Rim of the World Highway"
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Matmon, A., D. P. Schwartz, R. Finkel, S. Clemmens, and T. Hanks. 2005. Dating offset fans along the Mojave section of the San Andreas fault using cosmogenic 26Al and 10Be. GSA Bulletin. 117(5/6):795-807. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 3/21/2017 9:10:45 AM