The Chihuahuan Desert.

Peter L Warren, C. R. Schwalbe

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Abstract

At the NW extremity of SW Arizona, the greater part of the desert region drains, not to the ocean, but into closed basins of varying size. The outcome of this lack of external drainage and consequent areas of erosional lowland has been a fairly uniform base elevation. -J.Sheail

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationArizona: the land and the people
EditorsT. Miller
PublisherUniversity of Arizona Press
Pages114-131
Number of pages18
StatePublished - 1986

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Warren, P. L., & Schwalbe, C. R. (1986). The Chihuahuan Desert. In T. Miller (Ed.), Arizona: the land and the people (pp. 114-131). University of Arizona Press.

The Chihuahuan Desert. / Warren, Peter L; Schwalbe, C. R.

Arizona: the land and the people. ed. / T. Miller. University of Arizona Press, 1986. p. 114-131.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Warren, PL & Schwalbe, CR 1986, The Chihuahuan Desert. in T Miller (ed.), Arizona: the land and the people. University of Arizona Press, pp. 114-131.
Warren PL, Schwalbe CR. The Chihuahuan Desert. In Miller T, editor, Arizona: the land and the people. University of Arizona Press. 1986. p. 114-131
Warren, Peter L ; Schwalbe, C. R. / The Chihuahuan Desert. Arizona: the land and the people. editor / T. Miller. University of Arizona Press, 1986. pp. 114-131
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