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Water in the Mojave Desert:
Rivers, Creeks, & Streams
Amargosa RiverOriginating in Nevada, and flowing mostly underground, to its termination in Badwater, Death Valley, the Amargosa's ...
Mojave RiverThe Mojave River could be called an "Upside-down and Backwards" river. "Upside-down", because the water flows ...
Virgin RiverThe North Fork of the Virgin river begins north of Zion at Cascade Falls which comes out of a cave near ...
Muddy RiverStreams in the Muddy River Springs area typically are meandering, shallow channels consisting mainly of ...
Colorado RiverThe Colorado River runs approximately 1,450 miles from the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains across the ...
Creeks & StreamsCreeks and sreams are smaller than, and often tributary to a river, and may be intermittant.
Cajon CreekAbout midway through the Cajon Pass, at the bottom of the canyon there is a ...
Big Rock Creek- Angeles National Forest
Darwin Falls- Death Valley National Park - North Mojave Desert
Salt Creek- Death Valley National Park - North Mojave Desert
At the bottom of Cottonball Basin runs Salt Creek, home of the rare ...
Mojave River flowing after a storm