Eastern Mojave Vegetation National Forest Developed Road 058C  
 

Tom Schweich  

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• National Forest Developed Road 026:   near Mud Spring;  

Junction: Forest Service Developed Road 026
  Mud Spring
  Junction: Road in Mud Spring Canyon
  Junction: Road southwest
  Butte
  Junction: Road west.
  Junction: Road north and then east.

Other articles:
• Field Notes:   23 Sep 2006;
Full Size ImageMount Hicks Spillway, looking downstream  

View to the north, in the direction of flow.

Other articles:
• Field Notes:   23 Sep 2006;
Full Size ImageLooking across Mount Hicks Spillway  

Looking east scross the spillway. The direction of flow would be south to north, from the viewer's right to left.

Literature Cited:
- Reheis, Marith C., Scott Stine, and Andrei M. Sarna-Wojcicki, 2002.

Other articles:
• Field Notes:   23 Sep 2006;

Locations: Mount Hicks. Mount Hicks Spillway.  

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Mount Hicks from the spillway bearing its name.
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Location of Mount Hicks Spillway
Mount Hicks Spillway

Other articles:
• Field Notes:   23 Sep 2006;
Full Size ImageSpillway at pass to north.  

  Junction:

Other articles:
• Field Notes:   23 Sep 2006;
Full Size ImageAlkali Lake from the north.  

Other articles:
• Forest Road 058:   at FR 058C;  

Junction: Forest Service Developed Road 058

 

 

   

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Reheis, Marith C., Scott Stine, and Andrei M. Sarna-Wojcicki. 2002. Drainage reversals in Mono Basin during the late Pliocene and Pleistocene. GSA Bulletin. 114(8):991-1006. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/19/2020 5:11:00 PM