|Eastern Mojave Vegetation||Mojave River, San Bernardino County, California.|
See also: Buwalda Ridge.
River that crosses portions of the Mojave Desert. The source of the Mojave River is in the San Bernardino Mountains, just west of Lake Arrowhead. It is dammed to form Silverwood Lake, then flows north through Victorville to Barstow. From Barstow the river slows east through Afton Canyon to the Mojave River Sink and Soda Lake. In extraordinary years, water can flow from Soda Lake north through Baker to Silver Lake and Silurian Lake, to join the Amargosa River as it flows into Death Valley.
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Date and time this article was prepared:5:25:14 PM, 2/19/2020.