|Eastern Mojave Vegetation||Panum Crater, Mono County, California.|
Crater at north end of Mono Craters, also known as "North Crater."
Watkins, et al. (2012) studied H2O and CO2 concentration gradients in pyroclastic obsidian from Mono Craters to develop a tool for evaluating degassing models and inferring time scales of magmatic processes. Since the obsidian was taken from a crater said to have erupted in A.D. 1340, it is assumed the sample was made at Panum Crater.
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Cryptantha circumscissa (Hook. & Arn.) I. M. Johnst. Cushion Cryptantha (Oth)
Cryptantha confertiflora (Greene) Payson. Basin Yellow Cryptantha (Oth)
Cryptantha watsonii (A. Gray) Greene. Watson's Cryptantha (Oth)
Phacelia ramosissima Douglas ex Lehm. Branching Phacelia (Oth)
Descurainia paradisa (A. Nelson & P. B. Kenn.) O. E. Schulz. Paradise Tansymustard (Oth)
Mentzelia monoensis J. M. Brokaw & L. Hufford. Mono Craters Blazing Star (Oth)
Abronia turbinata S. Watson. Transmontane Sand Verbena (Oth)
Eremothera boothii (Douglas) W. L. Wagner & Hoch boothii. Booth's Evening Primrose (Oth)
Diplacus mephiticus (Greene) G.L. Nesom. Skunky Monkey Flower (Oth)
Eriogonum baileyi S. Watson baileyi. Bailey's Buckwheat (Oth)
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Date and time this article was prepared:5:07:23 PM, 3/17/2023.