Eastern Mojave Vegetation Pisgah Crater, San Bernardino County, California.
 
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Basaltic cinder cone and crater south of Interstate 40.


Elevation: 2470ft, 753m.

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Literature Referring To This Location:

  • Harter, Russell G. 1972. Lava tubes at Pisgah Crater. pp. 2-10 in Halliday, William R., 1976. 20th Annual Convention of the National Speloological Society, White Salmon, Washington, 16 August 1972. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Vulcanospeleology and its Extraterrestrial Applications. {TAS-pdf} Scanned and made into PDF files by Bill Mixon, Association for Mexican Cave Studies, 2008
  • Ramos, F. C., and M. R. Reid. 2005. Distinguishing Melting of Heterogeneous Mantle Sources from Crustal Contamination: Insights from Sr Isotopes at the Phenocryst Scale, Pisgah Crater, California. Journal of Petrology. 45(5):999-1012.
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Date and time this article was prepared:9:24:39 AM, 3/21/2017.