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Mojave Desert A-Z
(Antelope Valley to Zion)
The Mojave High Desert is one desert rather
than a series of separate entities- That we are the same through the diversity that binds us. By
becoming aware of our combined identity, we may be able to appreciate, and better understand issues
affecting our Mojave Desert on a holistic level. In this presentation we meander back and forth
across the Mojave Desert in photographs to illustrate this concept.
This is the Mojave Desert; 54,000 square miles of its own special brand of diversity.
Ecotones are the transition areas between ecozones (or ecosections or ecosubsections). Generally, at the edges of the Mojave
are areas where dominant plant and/or animal species change from one to another and both, to various degrees, may possibly be
found on the fringes of the other.