Eastern Mojave Vegetation Whitney Portal Road, Inyo County, California  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 From Whitney Portal down to US Highway 395 in Lone Pine

Locations: Whitney Portal.  

Whitney Portal
  campground

Literature Cited:
- Reynolds, Robert E., and David R. Jessey, 2009.

Other articles: Maps 4 Apr 2009
Full Size ImageField Trip Day 1  

Field Trip Stop 1-6 of the 2009 Desert Research Symposium (Reynolds and Jessey, 2009).
  Junction: Hogback Road
  campground

Other articles: Horseshoe Meadows Road at Whitney Portal Road  

Junction: Horseshoe Meadow Road

Literature Cited:
- Reynolds, Robert E., and David R. Jessey, 2009.

Other articles: Maps 4 Apr 2009
Full Size ImageLone Pine Fault  

Access road to Lone Pine Fault Scarp. Field Trip Stop 1-5 of the 2009 Desert Symposium (Reynolds and Jessey, 2009).
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Lone Pine Fault
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Field Trip Day 1
  Los Angeles Aqueduct

Other articles: Field Notes 20090531080
Full Size ImagePortagee Joe Campground near Lone Pine  

Junction: Tuttle Creek Road, access to Portagee Joe Campground.

Other articles: U. S. Highway 395 at Whitney Portal Rd  

Junction: US Highway 395
  North Lone Pine Avenue
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Reynolds, Robert E., and David R. Jessey. 2009. Landscape Evolution at an Active Plate Margin. The 2009 Desert Symposium Field Guide and Proceedings. Fullerton and Riverside, Ca: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University and LSA Associates, Inc., April 2009. {TAS}
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