chapter 9 - Basin and Range Landforms Basin and Range...

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Basin and Range Landforms Basin and Range Region Owens Valley and Eastern Sierra o Mt. Langley to Owens Lake: 10,400' vertical drop in 12 mi = 17% average slope o East face of Sierra Nevada from valley floor o Alabama Hills o East face of Sierra Nevada from Inyo Mtns o Lone Pine fault in Owens Valley Line of vegetation highlights springs associated with fault line o Owens Valley looking north o Owens Valley looking south o Sierra crest from east of Inyos White and Inyo Mountains o Form eastern wall of Owens Valley White Mountains Southern Inyos looking across Owens Lake o Steep sided ranges with broad flats at high elevations Inyos at 8000' Whites at over 10,000' o Looking north to White Mountains from Inyos o Formerly active mining area Mine with a view o Great views of Sierra Nevada sunrise View from 5,000' at foot of Inyos Full moon at sunrise o Campsite with a view Saline Valley east of Inyos o East face of the Inyos: Keynot Peak to Saline Dry Lake:
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course GLY GLY100 taught by Professor Jaymuza during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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