Mojave Desert Mojave Desert A land of lost rivers, with little in it to love yet a land that once visited must be come back to inevitably If it were not so there would be little told of it. What and Where is the Mojave Desert The Whole Mojave The Mojave Desert occupies a significant portion of Southern California and parts of Utah, Nevada, and Arizona Named after the Mojave Native Americans it occupies roughly , square miles in a typical Basin and Range topography The Mojave Desert is bound in part on the western end by the Tehachapi together with the San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountain ranges. Mojave Desert Blue Planet Biomes Plants Animals Climate Desert Biome The Mojave or Mohave Desert, is the smallest of the four North American deserts It lies in South Eastern California at Mojave National Preserve U.S National Park Service Singing sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, Joshua tree forests, and carpets of wildflowers are all found at this . million acre park A visit to its canyons, mountains and mesas will reveal long abandoned mines, homesteads, and rock walled military outposts. Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District Home Mitsubishi Cement receives K Air District grant for emission reducing equipment A Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District grant recently helped fund a new clean diesel mobile railcar mover for Mitsubishi Cement Corporation, effectively replacing two dated pieces of equipment long overdue to be decommissioned by the cement company. Mojave Desert Mojave Desert What Where is the Mojave Desert The Mojave Desert occupies a significant portion of Southern California and parts of Ecology What Is the Humidity of the Mojave Desert Sciencing The Mojave Desert is a land of temperature extremes and very little precipitation Forty degree temperature changes are typical in a single day, with peaks near degrees Fahrenheit and lows significantly below freezing. Mojave Desert Climate Blue Planet Biomes Mojave Desert Climate Dry Tropical Climate BW The Mojave Desert is found at elevations of , to , feet, and is considered a high desert. Twentynine Palms, California History Twentynine Palms was named for the palm trees found there in by Col Henry Washington while surveying the San Bernardino base line A post office was established in A road named Utah Trail honors the late s pioneers on a trail originating in Utah reportedly Saint George that went to Twentynine Palms citation needed Nearby is a small Indian reservation belonging to Mojave Road Visit the Desert Megaphone While Traveling Mojave Desert Megaphone The Mojave Desert Megaphone is a mystery to say the least Nobody knows what it is, or where it came from It is most likely the work of a clever prankster.