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Mojave River Valley Museum
Washes generally flow intermittantly after heavy rains, a feast or famine of water that
creates specific plant communities. Roadside water runoff can also create a
of its own. The
also called jimson weed or thorn apple, thrives
in this water runoff, making it standout along roads.
Stream Channel Development
Progressive landscape development in any particular area is a function of many factors including ...
Desert Glossary > Desert Wash
Desert wash - Joshua Tree National Park