Major mountain range in eastern California, 250-350 km northwest of Lobo Point, more often associated with Great Basin vegetation than Mojave vegetation. Forms the eastern side of the Owens Valley.
Articles that refer to this location:
- California Highway 168:
at White Mountain Road;
- The Vegetation of Lobo Point and North Wild Horse Mesa, Mojave National Preserve, San Bernardino County, California.:
Literature Referring To This Location:
Ernst, W. G., C. M. Van de Ven, and R. J. P. Lyon. 2003.
Relationships among vegetation, climatic zonation, soil, and bedrock in the central White-Inyo Range, eastern California: A ground-based and remote-sensing study.
Stockli, Daniel F., Trevor A. Dumitru, Michael O. McWilliams, and Kenneth A. Farley. 2003.
Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the White Mountains, California and Nevada.
Trimble, Stephen. 1989.
The Sagebrush Ocean.
Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press.
Wesnousky, Steven G. 2005.
The San Andreas and Walker Lane fault systems, western North America: transpression, transtension, cumulative slip and the structural evolution of a major transform plate boundary.
Journal of Structural Geology.
Young, James A, and Charlie D. Clements. 2002.
Purshia: the wild and bitter roses.
Reno, Nevada: University of Nevada Press, 2002.
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Date and time this article was prepared:6:08:54 PM, 9/22/2021.