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Published: 01 July 2016
American Mineralogist (2016) 101 (7): 1584–1595.
... and Alamo Canyon. The extreme dryness at the time of the fire caused the locally abundant tree Parkinsonia microphylla (commonly called foothill paloverde) ( Fig. 1a ) as well as much of the other flora in the fire zone to burn and produce localized accumulations of ash. The paloverde is typically a small...
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( a ) Photograph of stems of a typical <span class="search-highlight">paloverde</span> tree. Largest stem is 12 c...
Published: 01 July 2016
Figure 1 ( a ) Photograph of stems of a typical paloverde tree. Largest stem is 12 cm diameter. ( b ) Section of paloverde branch (sample PV2 in the paper) showing pith, growth rings, vessels (black dots), and bark. Scale bar = 1 cm. ( c ) Typical burnt paloverde tree (Tree 1 in the paper
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Optical photograph of a nesquihonite cluster found in weathered ash in a pa...
Published: 01 July 2016
Figure 8 Optical photograph of a nesquihonite cluster found in weathered ash in a paloverde tree stump. Scale bar = 0.5 mm.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1951
GSA Bulletin (1951) 62 (8): 919–930.
... plants, notably California Poppy, Poppy, Paloverde, Creosote bush, and Scrub oak may be useful to the biogeochemist. Others, such as the Saguaro and Ocotillo, appear from this preliminary study to be less promising. THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, VANCOUVER, B. C., CANADA PROJECT GRANT...
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Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 January 2001
Palynology (2001) 25 (1): 199–216.
... thickets of common reed ( Phragmites communis ), giant reed ( Arundo donax ), willows ( Salix gooddingii, S. nigra, S. interior, S. taxifolia ), paloverde ( Cercidium texanum ), cottonwood ( Populus acuminata ), buttonbush ( Cephalanthus occidentalis ), tree tobacco ( Nicotiana glauca ), desert willow...
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Published: 01 October 2007
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2007) 97 (5): 1539–1556.
... 28 GarlockE B 0.178 3.47 0.74 7.55 31 SierMadr B 1.000 4.5 0.55 7.3 32 SanGabFa B 1.000 2.33 0.4 7 33 SaMoMali B 1.000 2.74 0.86 7.1 34 PaloVerd B 1.000 2.54 1.41 7.1 35 StaCruzl B 1.000 2.19 0.62 6.94 54 SimiSaFe B 1.000 2.91 4.42...
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Published: 01 April 1995
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1995) 85 (2): 379–439.
... 49 82 4,5 0.55 3.653 32 SanGabFa B 895 0.5 45 7.00 2.33 1.34 40 7 51 11 13 24 2.33 0.40 3.367 33 SaMoMali B 1473 2 55 7.10 2.74 1.64 71 36 55 15 38 54 2.74 0.86 3.438 34 PaloVerd B 1727 3 55 7.10 2.54 1.57 100 54 56 14 63 77 2.54 1.41 3.405 35 StaCruzI B 1637 3 40 6.94 2.19 1.25 11 40 49 10 16 25...
Series: Special Publications of the Society of Economic Geologists
Published: 01 January 2001
DOI: 10.5382/SP.08.12
EISBN: 9781629490328
... elongate mountain ranges separated by broad, flat-bottomed valleys. Property elevations vary from 400 to 650 m above sea level. The area falls within the Sonora Desert climate region and vegetation consists of extensive cover of mesquite, paloverde, and cactus, along with sparse grass cover. Long, hot...
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