Eastern Mojave Vegetation Minneola Road, San Bernardino County, California  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 South from I-15 at Minneola, to National Trails Highway.

Other articles: Sunrise Canyon Road at Minneola Rd  

Junction: Sunrise Canyon Road, turn east for Mule Canyon Road.

Other articles: Interstate 15 at Minneola Road  

Junction: US Interstate 15
  Desert Symposium Field Trip Stop 2017-2-9. Minneola Road pop-up.

Park aound the corner on Yermo Road.

The road cut along Mineola Road exposes fluvial sediments and gray, silty lacustrine or deltaic sands. The quartzite pebbles in the deposit mark it as Mojave River sediment. Whether a lake or stream deposit, the sediment (Elev.) has been uplifted well above the surrounding fluvial plain (Elev). This is a pop-up . at a left bend in the right-lateral Calico fault. Define difference between Calico, Manix & Cady faults, both of which trend toward this point. tectonics of this junction of 4 faults; controls on Mojave River and the controls by other faults on the Minneola fluvial plain (Miller and Reynolds).

Other articles: Yermo Road at Minneola Rd  

Junction: Yermo Road
  Cross railroad tracks.
  Junction: Calico Road

Other articles: Power Line Road #2 (Middle) at Minneola Rd  

Junction: Power Line Road

Locations: Mojave River.  

Cross Mojave River
  Junction: Valley Center Road
  Junction: Silver Valley Road
  Cross railroad tracks.

Other articles: U. S. Highway 66 at Minneola Rd  

Junction: National Trails Highway, Old US Highway 66
  A somewhat ignominious end, as a dirt road up against US I-40.
 

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Date and time this article was prepared: 10/6/2017 5:58:42 PM