Eastern Mojave Vegetation Field Notes (Continued)  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 When I first read the field notes of Annie Alexander and Louise Kellogg, I was fascinated by the descriptions they wrote about the places they went and the plants and animals they found there. By publishing my field notes on the Internet I hope to follow a little bit in their tradition.

 

 

   

1992

 
  Landers earthquake, Mag 7.3

 
Full Size ImageChristina at a surface rupture of the Landers earthquake.
Full Size ImageTrying to escape from the rupture of the Landers earthquake.  

5 July 1992

On our way to a Help Desk conference in Palm Springs, Christina and I drove through Landers to see the earthquake surface ruptures.

 

Other articles:
• Lobo Point Road:   a little north of camp.;   in the Valley of Lobo Point;   at the camp site;
• Wild Horse Canyon Road:  Willow Well;

Locations: Lobo Point. Willow Well.
Full Size ImageBacklit vegetation at the Lobo Point Camp.  

October 1992

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The truck at Lobo Point.
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Medicine Wheel with Lobo Point.
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My first attempt at measuring a transect.
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Willow Well on Wild Horse Canyon Road.
 

 
Full Size Image"Opening Christmas gifts, Paul, Peggy & Joe. Dec 24, 1992" in Lydia's handwriting.  

Christmas 1992

 
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