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  • This a stop suggested before you to the Mono Lake. At this place there’s a film offered to the visitors which talks about the history of Mono Lake.
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    • 1. Mormon RocksThese sandstone rock formations are named for the Mormon pioneers and freighters who would camp near here after completing their trip across the Mojave, and were created by the movements of the San Andreas Fault.
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    • 2. Granular StructureGranular Structrue were formed due to the weather events, one of them Ël Nino
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    • 3. Stream Bed
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    • 4. San Andreas Rift Zonemajor zone of fractures in the earth's crust extending along the coastline of California from the northwest part of the state to the Gulf of California. Movement of the tectonic plates along the fault has caused numerous tremors
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    • 5. JJoshua TreeThis trees were probably named by Mormos during their 1851 trek from Utah to Southern California.
      Joshua Tree
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    • 6. Stream Bed Owens Dry LakeIn 1913 the streams that fed Owens were diverted by Los Angeles Department ot water and power to feed the Los Angeles Aqueduct and the lake leverl started to drop quickly.
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    • 7. Fossil FallsThey were formed when the Owens River was dammed by an eruption and ran ovrr the basalt flows, sculpting and polishing the black rock into this amazing geologic feature.
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    • 8. Metate Holes & Obsidian FlakesThese rocks are called metates and were used for plant processing. Holes were used by the Native Americans.The large scattered obsidian waste flakes are the debri fron stone tool manufacturing from the Native Americans.
      Metate Hole
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    • 9. PetroglyphWere carved in stones by Native Americans, this particular one describes a place of herding.
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    • 10. House Rings & Cinder HillThe rock ring were used as shelters by the Native Indians next to the lake. The Cindeer Hill is the result of the violent ejection of trapped gases into the air from vent in the earth’s crust.
      House Ring
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      Cinder Hill
    • 11. Keoughs Hot SpringsThe water that on this stream is very warm and full of minerals since it is coming from a volcano Vein.
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    • 12. Mono Lake Committee Visitors CenterThis a stop suggested before you to the Mono Lake. At this place there’s a film offered to the visitors which talks about the history of Mono Lake.
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    • 13. Mono Lake Islands
      Pacha Island
      Negit Island
    • 14. Mono LakeA large shallow saline lake in Mono County California, which was formed at least 760, 000 years ago as a terminal lake in basin that has no outlet to the ocean. The lake is alkaline and salty. Birds from Chile migrate th this lake,.
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    • 15. Former Shorelines
      Former Shorelines
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    • 16. TuffaThe damage resulted in the exposure of these tuffas, the water of Mono lake used to cover this beautiful element.
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      Tufa
    • 17. Glaciated ValleyGlaciers that are formed in a Ü shape are formed by ice the ones that are in V shape are formed by water.
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      Glaciated Valley
    • 18. Panum CraterIs a volcanic cone. Panum Crater formed in a sequence of events. The first event was caused by magma rising from deep within the Earth's crust
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    • 19. Convict LakeIs located in the Sierra Nevadas and is very known for it’s fishing. The lake was named after an incident in 1871, where a group of convicts escaped from prison in Carson City.
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    • 20. Terminal MorainesThey were formed by a piedmont glacier that headed in the eastern Sierra Nevada.
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    • 21. Lateral MoraineThey were formed by a piedmont glacier that headed in the eastern Sierra Nevada.
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    • 22. Oldest Rock Formations
      Oldest Rock F
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    • 23. Benchmark
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    • 24. River with swallows nests
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    • 25. Inyo-White Mountains with BristleconesThese mountains countains the oldest forest in the world,
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    • 26. Cucamonga Alluvian FanWere formed by the outwash of streams draining the Southern Slopes from the Eastern side of The San Gabriel Mountains.
      Alluvian Fan
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    • 27. SETI Towers
      SETI Towers
    • 28. Foam from Mono lake
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    • 29. Owens Dry Lake
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    • 30. Rabbit Shrubs
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    • 31. Solar Power Plant