More frequent, longer-lasting droughts and hotter temperatures threaten spring fed Salt Creek in the Mojave Desert. Death Valley
More frequent, longer-lasting droughts and hotter temperatures threaten spring fed Salt Creek in the Mojave Desert. Death Valley
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Wetland spring important and sacred to Native Americans for thousands of years. Rogers Springs, Ash Meadows, Nevada
Wetland spring important and sacred to Native Americans for thousands of years. Rogers Springs, Ash Meadows, Nevada
Home to indigenous people for thousands of years, most of this land is reserved for military use. Corn Creek, Desert National Wildlife Refuge
Home to indigenous people for thousands of years, most of this land is reserved for military use. Corn Creek, Desert National Wildlife Refuge
Bulrush and cattails threaten to reclaim restored Longstreet Spring, in last intact oasis in Mojave Desert. Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
Bulrush and cattails threaten to reclaim restored Longstreet Spring, in last intact oasis in Mojave Desert. Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
Extreme heat and long term drought threaten complete loss of local, iconic plant communities. Cottonwood Springs, Joshua National Monument
Extreme heat and long term drought threaten complete loss of local, iconic plant communities. Cottonwood Springs, Joshua National Monument
Unique fresh water artesian springs and salt pans along the coast of Gran Desierto de Altar of Sonora. Sonoran Desert, Sonora Mexico Mexico
Unique fresh water artesian springs and salt pans along the coast of Gran Desierto de Altar of Sonora. Sonoran Desert, Sonora Mexico Mexico
Part of the largest oasis in Mojave Desert saved from being drained to source water for a a 50,000 person development, resort community . Jackrabbit Springs, Nevada
Part of the largest oasis in Mojave Desert saved from being drained to source water for a a 50,000 person development, resort community . Jackrabbit Springs, Nevada
Rare saline desert marsh supports endemic species, including the Saratoga Springs Pupfish, and, the Amargosa naucorid bug. Saratoga Springs, Mojave Desert
Rare saline desert marsh supports endemic species, including the Saratoga Springs Pupfish, and, the Amargosa naucorid bug. Saratoga Springs, Mojave Desert
Near former uranium mine, spring sometimes used for drinking water and recreation. Tappan Springs, Colorado Plateau,Arizona
Near former uranium mine, spring sometimes used for drinking water and recreation. Tappan Springs, Colorado Plateau,Arizona
Thousand Palms Oasis, Sonoran Desert, California
Thousand Palms Oasis, Sonoran Desert, California
Unsustainable overdraft of groundwater for an ever-increasing population is draining the supporting aquifer after thousands of years. Indian Canyons, Cahuilla Indian Reservation, California
Unsustainable overdraft of groundwater for an ever-increasing population is draining the supporting aquifer after thousands of years. Indian Canyons, Cahuilla Indian Reservation, California
 A Los Angeles water company wants permission to drain one of the Mojave Desert's aquifers and sell the water. Texas Springs, Death Valley
A Los Angeles water company wants permission to drain one of the Mojave Desert's aquifers and sell the water. Texas Springs, Death Valley
Ancient geo-thermal waters, home of endemic Tecopa Pupfish, now popular with overseas tourists. Tecopa Hot Springs, California
Ancient geo-thermal waters, home of endemic Tecopa Pupfish, now popular with overseas tourists. Tecopa Hot Springs, California
Heavily altered water source on historic Native American, trans-desert, Mojave trail. Soda Springs, Zzyxz, California
Heavily altered water source on historic Native American, trans-desert, Mojave trail. Soda Springs, Zzyxz, California
Sacred place of origin for Tohono O'odham tribe, threatened by proposed hazardous-waste landfill site. Quitovac springs, Sonoran Desert
Sacred place of origin for Tohono O'odham tribe, threatened by proposed hazardous-waste landfill site. Quitovac springs, Sonoran Desert
Dependable water made this a stop on 1870’s Immigrant trail. It became a small settlement in around 1870 until 1923. Dow Springs, Garland Prairie, Arizona
Dependable water made this a stop on 1870’s Immigrant trail. It became a small settlement in around 1870 until 1923. Dow Springs, Garland Prairie, Arizona
These springs served as the water source for the location of an American/Japanese World War II internment camp. Bug Springs, Sonoran Desert, Arizona
These springs served as the water source for the location of an American/Japanese World War II internment camp. Bug Springs, Sonoran Desert, Arizona
More frequent, longer-lasting droughts and hotter temperatures threaten spring fed Salt Creek in the Mojave Desert. Death Valley
HIDDENWATERS.jpg
Wetland spring important and sacred to Native Americans for thousands of years. Rogers Springs, Ash Meadows, Nevada
Home to indigenous people for thousands of years, most of this land is reserved for military use. Corn Creek, Desert National Wildlife Refuge
Bulrush and cattails threaten to reclaim restored Longstreet Spring, in last intact oasis in Mojave Desert. Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
Extreme heat and long term drought threaten complete loss of local, iconic plant communities. Cottonwood Springs, Joshua National Monument
Unique fresh water artesian springs and salt pans along the coast of Gran Desierto de Altar of Sonora. Sonoran Desert, Sonora Mexico Mexico
Part of the largest oasis in Mojave Desert saved from being drained to source water for a a 50,000 person development, resort community . Jackrabbit Springs, Nevada
Rare saline desert marsh supports endemic species, including the Saratoga Springs Pupfish, and, the Amargosa naucorid bug. Saratoga Springs, Mojave Desert
Near former uranium mine, spring sometimes used for drinking water and recreation. Tappan Springs, Colorado Plateau,Arizona
Thousand Palms Oasis, Sonoran Desert, California
Unsustainable overdraft of groundwater for an ever-increasing population is draining the supporting aquifer after thousands of years. Indian Canyons, Cahuilla Indian Reservation, California
 A Los Angeles water company wants permission to drain one of the Mojave Desert's aquifers and sell the water. Texas Springs, Death Valley
Ancient geo-thermal waters, home of endemic Tecopa Pupfish, now popular with overseas tourists. Tecopa Hot Springs, California
Heavily altered water source on historic Native American, trans-desert, Mojave trail. Soda Springs, Zzyxz, California
Sacred place of origin for Tohono O'odham tribe, threatened by proposed hazardous-waste landfill site. Quitovac springs, Sonoran Desert
Dependable water made this a stop on 1870’s Immigrant trail. It became a small settlement in around 1870 until 1923. Dow Springs, Garland Prairie, Arizona
These springs served as the water source for the location of an American/Japanese World War II internment camp. Bug Springs, Sonoran Desert, Arizona
More frequent, longer-lasting droughts and hotter temperatures threaten spring fed Salt Creek in the Mojave Desert. Death Valley
Wetland spring important and sacred to Native Americans for thousands of years. Rogers Springs, Ash Meadows, Nevada
Home to indigenous people for thousands of years, most of this land is reserved for military use. Corn Creek, Desert National Wildlife Refuge
Bulrush and cattails threaten to reclaim restored Longstreet Spring, in last intact oasis in Mojave Desert. Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
Extreme heat and long term drought threaten complete loss of local, iconic plant communities. Cottonwood Springs, Joshua National Monument
Unique fresh water artesian springs and salt pans along the coast of Gran Desierto de Altar of Sonora. Sonoran Desert, Sonora Mexico Mexico
Part of the largest oasis in Mojave Desert saved from being drained to source water for a a 50,000 person development, resort community . Jackrabbit Springs, Nevada
Rare saline desert marsh supports endemic species, including the Saratoga Springs Pupfish, and, the Amargosa naucorid bug. Saratoga Springs, Mojave Desert
Near former uranium mine, spring sometimes used for drinking water and recreation. Tappan Springs, Colorado Plateau,Arizona
Thousand Palms Oasis, Sonoran Desert, California
Unsustainable overdraft of groundwater for an ever-increasing population is draining the supporting aquifer after thousands of years. Indian Canyons, Cahuilla Indian Reservation, California
A Los Angeles water company wants permission to drain one of the Mojave Desert's aquifers and sell the water. Texas Springs, Death Valley
Ancient geo-thermal waters, home of endemic Tecopa Pupfish, now popular with overseas tourists. Tecopa Hot Springs, California
Heavily altered water source on historic Native American, trans-desert, Mojave trail. Soda Springs, Zzyxz, California
Sacred place of origin for Tohono O'odham tribe, threatened by proposed hazardous-waste landfill site. Quitovac springs, Sonoran Desert
Dependable water made this a stop on 1870’s Immigrant trail. It became a small settlement in around 1870 until 1923. Dow Springs, Garland Prairie, Arizona
These springs served as the water source for the location of an American/Japanese World War II internment camp. Bug Springs, Sonoran Desert, Arizona
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