Eastern Mojave Vegetation Nevada Highway 359  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 Nevada State Route 359 is also known in some parts as Pole Line Road.

Other articles: California Highway 167 at Nevada State Line  

California State Line

 

Other articles: Field Notes 5 Jun 2006 near Anchorite Pass
Full Size ImageCalifornia State boundary at end of NV Hwy 359  

Literature Cited:
- Barbour, Michael G., Todd Keeler-Wolf, and Allan A. Schoenherr, 2007.

Other articles: Field Notes Coll. No. 571, 7 Jul 2009 Mono Lake Basin Flora Cedar Hill
Full Size ImageVery large Utah Juniper, Collection No. 571  

Other articles: Power Line Road 89160 Forest Road 058 at NV SR 359  

Junction: Forest Road 058 and Power Line Road, turn north here for Alkali Valley, Larkin Lake, or Aurora.

Other articles: Field Notes 5 Jun 2006 near Anchorite Pass
Full Size ImageView of Mono Basin and the Sierra Nevada from Anchorite Pass  

Other articles: Mono Lake Basin Flora eastern boundary

Locations: Mono Basin.  

Mono Lake basin above, to the west

Other articles: Field Notes 5 Jun 2006 at Anchorite Pass

Locations: Anchorite Pass.
Full Size ImageAnchorite Pass  

Anchorite Pass

 
 
Walker Lake basin below, to the northeast

Other articles: Field Notes 5 Jun 2006 near Army Demo Area
Full Size ImageUS Army Demolition Area.  

Other articles: National Forest Developed Road 026 at NV SR 359

Locations: Whiskey Flat.  

Whiskey Flat

Junction:
  • Forest Road 026, west through Powell Canyon,
  • Sweetwater Ranch Road, east to Rattlesnake Flat.

Literature Cited:
- Bell, John W., and P. Kyle House, 2007.  

Alum Creek to the west. Somewhere along Alum Creek is a probable debris flow deposit stidied by Bell and House (2007) in their study of the relationship between Plinian eruptions in the Mono Craters and overlying debris flow deposits.

Other articles: National Forest Developed Road 199 at NV SR 359  

Junction: Lucky Boy Pass Road

Literature Cited:
- Bell, John W., and P. Kyle House, 2007.  

Corey Creek to the west. Somewhere along Corey Creek is a probable debris flow deposit stidied by Bell and House (2007) in their study of the relationship between Plinian eruptions in the Mono Craters and overlying debris flow deposits.

Literature Cited:
- Bell, John W., and P. Kyle House, 2007.  

Copper Canyon to the west. Somewhere in Copper Canyon is a probable debris flow deposit stidied by Bell and House (2007) in their study of the relationship between Plinian eruptions in the Mono Craters and overlying debris flow deposits.

Other articles: U. S. Highway 95 at Hawthorne

Locations: Hawthorne.  

Hawthorne

Junction: U. S. Highway 95, north past Walker Lake to Fallon, south to Tonopah and Las Vegas.
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Barbour, Michael G., Todd Keeler-Wolf, and Allan A. Schoenherr. 2007. Terrestrial Vegetation of California. Third Edition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2007. {TAS}
  Bell, John W., and P. Kyle House. 2007. Did Plinian eruptions in California lead to debris fl ows in Nevada? An intriguing stratigraphic connection. Geology. 35(3):219-222. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 2/10/2017 5:09:10 PM