4th November 2019


What is the Great Basin known for?

The Great Basin's geographic boundary is defined based on either the manner in which the landscape was formed or where the water flows, also known as the land's hydrographic features. The Great Basin Desert is defined by the plants and animals present, according to the National Park Service.

Where does the great basin drain to?

The region is bounded by the Wasatch Mountains to the east, the Sierra Nevada to the west, and the Snake River Plain to the north. The south rim is less distinct. The Great Basin includes most of Nevada, half of Utah, and sections of Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon, and California.
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