Valley in eastern California.
Oldow (2003) places the Adobe Valley along with Mono Basin in an area dominated by extensional transtension between the western Great Basin and Sierra Nevada.
Elevation: 6506ft, 1983m.
Articles that refer to this location:
Literature Referring To This Location:
Haller, J. Robert, Wayne R. Ferren, Jr., Ragan M. Callaway, Dennis C. Odion, and Frank W. Davis. 1992.
A Phytogeographic Comparison of the Vascular Flora of the Wetlands of Fish Slough with the Floras of Neighboring Desert Basins.
pp. 211-222 in Hall, Jr., Clarence A, Victoria Doyle-Jones, and Barbara Widawski.
White Mountain Research Station Symposium Volume 4.
The History of water: Eastern Sierra Nevada, Owens Valley, White-Inyo mountains.
White Mountain Research Station: University of California, 1992.
Hanson, Meri. 1978.
From Walker Lake to Walker Pass with Fremont's Third Expedition: the Travel Journal of Edward Kern.
Nevada Historical Society Quarterly.
Higgins, C. T., T Flynn, R. H. Chapman, D. T. Trexler, G. R. Chase, C. F. Bacon, and G. Ghusn, Jr. 1985.
Geothermal systems of the Mono Basin - Long Valley region, eastern California and western Nevada.
Oldow, John S. 2003.
Active transitional bouldary zone between the western Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada block, western U. S. Cordillera.
Unruh, Jeffrey, James Humphrey and Andrew Barron. 2003.
Transtensional model for the Sierra Nevada frontal fault system, eastern California.
Species collected at or near this location:
Astragalus casei A. Gray. Case's Milkvetch (TAS)
|Total number of taxa:|| 1
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Date and time this article was prepared:8:56:41 PM, 5/26/2021.