Creek in Long Valley.
Elevation: 6844ft, 2086m.
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Literature Referring To This Location:
Campbell, Kate. 2007.
Biochemical mechanisms of Arsenic mobilization in Haiiwee Reservoir sediments.
Ph. D. dissertation.
Pasadena, California: California Institute of Technology, 2007.
Lowenstein, Tim K., Lauren A. C. Dolginko, and Javier Garcia-Veigas. 2016.
Influence of magmatic-hydrothermal activity on brine evolution in closed basins: Searles Lake, California.
Reynolds, J. L., N. T. Connolly, S. S. Getz, P. J. Polissar, and J. B. Reid. 1996.
Carbon Isotopic and Trace Element Geochemistry of Surface Waters and Their Aquatic Plants, Long Valley Caldera, California.
Transactions, American Geophysical Union.
Reynolds, Robert E., and David R. Jessey. 2009.
Landscape Evolution at an Active Plate Margin.
The 2009 Desert Symposium Field Guide and Proceedings.
Fullerton and Riverside, Ca: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University and LSA Associates, Inc., April 2009.
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