Drains the area north of Lundy Canyon and south of Conway Summit into Mono Lake.|
Gives it name to the late Pleistocene Wilson Creek Formation of Hemming, et al. (2001).
Elevation: 6404ft, 1952m.
Articles that refer to this location:
Literature Referring To This Location:
Hemming, S. R., D. V. Kent, S. R. Zimmerman, B. D. Turin, and I Hajdas. 2001.
Unraveling the Chronology of the Late Pleistocene Wilson Creek Formation, Mono Lake, CA [Abstract].
Americal Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2001, abstract #V31C-10.
Liddicoat, Joseph C., and Robert S. Coe. 1979.
Mono Lake Geomagnetic Excursion.
Journal of Geophysical Research.
Zimmerman, S. R. H., S. R. Hemming, and K. Tamuloni. 2001.
Late pleistocene dropstone record of the Wilson Creek Formation, Mono Basin, California.
GSA Annual Meeting, November 5-8, 2001.
Quaternary Geology/Geomorphology (Posters) I.
Session No. 133.
Date retrieved: 14 September 2015 15:03 UTC. Permanent link: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Palea_(botany)&oldid=552575892
Area Plant Lists that contain this location:
Species collected at or near this location:
Mentzelia monoensis J. M. Brokaw & L. Hufford. Mono Craters Blazing Star (Oth)
Salix. Willow (TAS)
|Total number of taxa:|| 2
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