• Kelso Mountain

    Mojave

    National Preserve California

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Springs & Seeps: Joshua (1:24,000)

CLARK COMPLEX (CLK)
Clark lower, mid, between mid and upper, upper
MOJA Spring ID(s):
MIHI10-13
General Location: New York Mountains West Side
Elevation: 1445 – 1583 m
History: NA
Hydrogeology:
NA
Type of spring:
NA
Vegetation:
grasses
Animal Use:
NA
Aquatic biota:
NA
Ephemeral:
NA
Discharge:
NA
Water quality:
NA
Site Condition:
undisturbed
Type of disturbance:
none
Type of infrastructure/diversion:
none
Photos: No

Sacaton Spring
MOJA Spring ID:
JOSH1
General Location:
New York Mountains West
Elevation:
1238 m
History: NA
Hydrogeology:
NA
Type of spring:
Seep
Vegetation:
Willows
Animal Use:
burros
Aquatic biota:
NA
Ephemeral:
Wet probably most years
Discharge:
NA
Water quality:
NA
Site Condition:
highly disturbed
Type of disturbance:
livestock, diversion, springbox
Type of infrastructure/diversion: The developed pool can hold about 25 gallon of storage. Rebar burro-fencing surrounds this pool/seep. An old spring box with unreachable water at the bottom is found upslope of fenced spring among a clump of willows. Two abandoned troughs are found downstream of spring source. No visible piping.
Photos: Yes

Did You Know?

photo of mojave mound cactus bloom

Mojave National Preserve was established in 1994 through the California Desert Protection Act. Now managed by the National Park Service, the area was known as the East Mojave Scenic Area, under the Bureau of Land Management.