Eastern Mojave Vegetation Saline Valley Road  
 

Tom Schweich  

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Other articles: Waucoba Saline Road 40000  

Junction:
  • Waucoba Saline Road

 

   

Willow Creek Camp

 
  Road to Warm Spring

Literature Cited:
- Pavlik, Bruce Michael, 1985.

Locations: Saline Valley Dunes.  

Saline Valley Sand Dunes
  Road to Warm Spring

 

 

Literature Cited:
- Ross, Donald C., 1967.
- Unruh, Jeffrey, James Humphrey and Andrew Barron, 2003.

Locations: Saline Valley.  

Saline Valley

 
  Road to Warm Spring
  Salt Lake
  Ubehebe Road

 

 

Locations: Grapevine Canyon.  

Grapevine Canyon

 
  Junction: Hunter Mountain Road

Full Size ImageNorthern Panamint Valley from Saline Valley Road.  
The northern Panamint Valley from Saline Valley Road. The dunes are in the left middle ground, with Lake Hill and a dry lake in the center. Telescope Peak of the Panamint Range are in the background.

Full Size ImageYellow composites among the Basin Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) in the Nelson Range.  
Yellow composites among the Basin Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) in the Nelson Range.

 

 

Locations: Nelson Range.  

Nelson Range

 

 

   

Lee Flat

 
  Junction:
  • White Mountain Talc Road
  Junction:
  • Saline Valley Alternate

 

   

Santa Rosa Flat

 

 

   

Talc City Hills

 

Other articles: CA Hwy 190 at Saline Valley Rd  

Junction: California Highway 190, east to Death Valley, or west to US Highway 395 at Olancha or Lone Pine.

 

 

   

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Pavlik, Bruce Michael. 1985. Sand dune flora of the Great Basin and Mojave deserts of California, Nevada, and Oregon. Madroņo. 32(4):197-213. {TAS}
  Ross, Donald C. 1967. Generalized Geologic Map of the Inyo Mountains Region, California. Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations Map I-506. Washington, DC: U. S. Geological Society, 1967. {TAS}
  Unruh, Jeffrey, James Humphrey and Andrew Barron. 2003. Transtensional model for the Sierra Nevada frontal fault system, eastern California. Geology. 31(4):327-330. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 11/24/2017 11:07:27 AM