Plants of the east Mojave

by Adrienne Knute

Publisher: Wide Horizons in Cima, CA

Written in English
Published: Pages: 207 Downloads: 106
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Places:

  • East Mojave National Scenic Area (Calif.),
  • California,
  • East Mojave National Scenic Area

Subjects:

  • Plants -- California -- East Mojave National Scenic Area -- Identification.,
  • Plants -- California -- East Mojave National Scenic Area -- Pictorial works.,
  • East Mojave National Scenic Area (Calif.)

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-196) and indexes.

Statementwritten by Adrienne Knute ; drawings by Carl Faber.
GenreIdentification., Pictorial works.
ContributionsFaber, Carl, 1938-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK149 .K68 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination207 p. :
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1548311M
ISBN 100938109081
LC Control Number91027773
OCLC/WorldCa24287068

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Genre/Form: Field guides Pictorial works Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knute, Adrienne, Plants of the east Mojave.

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Fall-Blooming Plants of the East Mojave Photographs by Michael L. Charters. Chinchweed Pectis papposa Asteraceae. Purple bird's beak Mojave aster Xylorhiza tortifolia Asteraceae.

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Unique Plants. The Mojave Desert has sparse vegetation, with about endemic (unique) plants not found in neither the Great Basin Desert to the north, nor the Sonoran desert to the south. A number of bushes grow there, but few trees. Although technically it is a yucca, not a tree, the Joshua tree is a well-known exception.

Sweeney Granite Mountains Desert Research Center / Photo by Lobsang Wangdu Sweeney Granite Mountains Desert Research Center is located in the rugged Granite Mountains of the East Mojave Desert. High plateaus and ridges dominated by piñon-juniper woodland and sagebrush descend precipitously to the east in highly fractured granitic canyons.

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The East Mojave Heritage Trail was created by Dennis Casebier in the s as an alternative to his popular Mojave Road to mitigate the ecological impact from its potential overuse.

Four years of effort resulted in four volumes of books, each dedicated to a specific segment of the comprehensive tour of the East Mojave Desert.The roadlog has been completely updated to reflect changes in managment and landmarks.

This is the original Mojave Road Guide authored by Dennis Casebier. By Len Wilcox _____ _____ Tales of the Mojave Road - The Military. This book details the history of the Mojave Road forts established across the East Mojave by the U. S. Army starting in A Natural History of the Mojave Desert explores how a combination of complex geology, varied geography, and changing climate has given rise to intriguing flora and fauna—including almost 3, plant species and about terrestrial vertebrate animal species.

Of these, one quarter of the plants and one sixth of the animals are endemic.