Eastern Mojave Vegetation Afton Canyon, San Bernardino County, California.
 
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See also: Mojave River.

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Canyon in the central Mojave Desert, through which the Mojave River flows.

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Literature Referring To This Location:

  • Lovich, Jeff, and Kathie Meyer. 2002. The western pond turtle (Clemmys marmorata) in the Mojave River, California, USA: highly adapted survivor or tenuous relict?. Journal of the Zoological Society of London. 256: 537-545. {TAS-pdf}
  • Mann, Bill. 1998. Guide to 50 Interesting and Mysterious Sites in the Mojave. Volume 1. Barstow, California: Shortfuse Publishing Co., 1998. {TAS}
  • Meek, Norman. 2000. The Late Wisconsinian History of the Afton Canyon Area. pp. 32-34 in Reynolds, Robert E., and Jennifer Reynolds, 2000. Empty Basins, Vanished Lakes: A Field Guide to Afton, Baxter, Tecopa, Shoshone, Pahrump and Kingston. San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly. 47(2). Redlands, CA: San Bernardino County Museum Association, 2000. {TAS}
  • Meek, N. 1989. Geomorphic and hydrologic implications of the rapid incision of Afton Canyon, Mojave Desert. Geology. 17: 7-10.
  • Reynolds, Robert E., and Jennifer Reynolds. 2000. Empty Basins, Vanished Lakes: A Field Guide to Afton, Baxter, Tecopa, Shoshone, Pahrump and Kingston. San Bernardino County Museum Association Quarterly. 47(2). Redlands, CA: San Bernardino County Museum Association, 2000. {TAS}
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Date and time this article was prepared:9:23:57 AM, 3/21/2017.