Extreme northern end of Owens Valley, curving around the northern end of the White Mountains, and ending at Montgomery Pass.
Elevation: 5810ft, 1771m.
Articles that refer to this location:
Literature Referring To This Location:
Lee, Jeffrey, Jason Garwood, Daniel F. Stockli and John Gosse. 2009.
Quaternary faulting in Queen Valley, California-Nevada: Implications
for kinematics of fault-slip transfer in the eastern California shear zone–
Walker Lane belt.
Lee, J., Stockli, D., Schroeder, J., Tincher, C., Bradley, D., Owen, L., Gosse, J., Finkel, R., and Garwood, J. 2006.
Fault Slip Transfer in the Eastern California Shear Zone – Walker Lane Belt.
Kinematics and Geodynamics of Intraplate Dextral Shear in
Eastern California and Western Nevada, Mammoth Lakes, California, 21–26 April 2005.
Field Trip Guide.
Stockli, Daniel F., Trevor A. Dumitru, Michael O. McWilliams, and Kenneth A. Farley. 2003.
Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the White Mountains, California and Nevada.
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