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Mono Lake

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Mono Lake is a large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, California, formed at least 760,000 years ago as a terminal lake in an endorheic basin. The lack ...

The Mono Lake Story

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Appalled by this prospect, David Gaines formed the Mono Lake Committee in 1978 and began talking to conservation clubs, schools, service organizations, ...

Mono Lake Committee History

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David Gaines then appealed to the National Audubon Society's Santa Monica chapter, and in March 1978 he formed the Mono Lake Committee (Committee) as  ...

Mono Lake History - California's Greatest Lakes

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Signs of volcanic activity at Mono Lake are seen at Black Point and the Negit Islands. Panum Dome, just south of Mono Lake was formed about 600 years ago.

Long Valley Caldera Field Guide - Mono Lake - Volcano Hazards ...

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Feb 7, 2012 ... Mono Lake is the saline remnant of a much larger Pleistocene fresh-water lake known as ... Negit and Paoha were formed by volcanic activity.

How was Mono Lake formed? - Quora

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Nov 7, 2011 ... Thinning and stretching of the continental crust in the Great Basin region created numerous fault-bounded basins formed as blocks of crust ...

mono lake background - WETMAAP.org

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WETMAAP thanks the Mono Lake Committee for their contribution to this project by .... When Mono Lake first formed, it was just one of the many lakes that were ...

About Mono Lake - SERC

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Jun 21, 2013 ... Created by Sarah Bordenstein, Marine Biological Laboratory Mono Lake, the oldest lake in North America, is naturally hypersaline and alkaline ...

Climate Change and the Future of Mono Lake - State of the Planet

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Dec 6, 2013 ... Tufa are towers of limestone formed underwater by minerals in Mono Lake, exposed when water levels drop. Photo: D. Funkhouser.

Mono Lake Case Study - American University

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The Los Angeles Aqueduct and the Owens and Mono Lakes (MONO Case) ... befallen the Owens 50 years earlier, and the Mono Lake Committee was formed.

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Quick Facts About Mono Lake

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GEOLOGYThe Mono Basin is a tectonic basin formed by faulting and downwarping of the earth's crust. It is from one to three million years old. The hills on the ...

The Geology and History of Mono Lake | VisitMammoth.com

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Mono Lake Basin was formed by the same geologic processes that shaped the Nevada and Eastern Sierra landscape over the past several million years.

Geology of MONO LAKE - Digital-Desert

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Mono Lake pictures near Lee Vining. ... can be explored today. Look for tufa that formed in the cracks when the top of Black Point was still under Mono Lake.