List of Bouse and Centennial Wash landforms

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The following is a list of Bouse and Centennial Wash landforms. A water divide separates the parallel washes, with Bouse Wash[1] flowing northwest to meet the south-flowing Colorado River, north and adjacent the confluence of Tyson Wash. The southeast flowing Centennial Wash (Maricopa County)[2] meets the Gila River at the great Gila Bend. (confer with Gila Bend, Arizona)

Landforms of the Bouse, Centennial, and Tyson washes
(northwest)
Colorado River
(Parker Valley)
(Colo. R. Indian Res.)
(northwest)
Cactus Plain
(northwest)
Cactus Plain
B.W.-(north of Tyson Wash confluence) B.W. Cactus Plain Cactus Plain
La Posa Plain
& Plomosa Mountains
B.W. Cactus Plain Cactus Plain
Ranegras Plain B.W. Bouse Hills Cactus Plain Buckskin Mountains
Ranegras Plain B.W. Butler Valley Butler Valley Butler Valley (Arizona)
Ranegras Plain B.W. Granite Wash Mountains water divide
(C.W.)
Harcuvar Mountains
Ranegras Plain Upper Bouse Wash
B.W.
Little Harquahala Mountains C.W. C.W.Centennial Wash-(headwaters)
McMullen Valley-U.S. Route 60 in Arizona
Ranegras Plain Upper Bouse Wash
B.W.
Little Harquahala Mountains C.W.Harquahala Plain Harquahala Mountains
Ranegras Plain Upper Bouse Wash
B.W.
Little Harquahala Mountains C.W.Harquahala Plain Tiger Wash
Little Horn Mountains B.W.Little Horn Mountains Eagletail Mountains
& Eagletail Mountains Wilderness
C.W.Harquahala Plain Big Horn Mountains
& Big Horn Mountains Wilderness
Belmont Mountains
& Hummingbird Springs Wilderness
water
divide
Eagletail Mountains
& Eagletail Mountains Wilderness
C.W.Harquahala Plain Tonopah Desert
Gila Bend Mountains C.W. Wintersburg, Arizona
Gila Bend Mountains
(southeast)
Gila River
Arlington State Wildlife Area
(southeast)
Gila River
Hassayampa River confluence
(southeast)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arizona Road & Recreation Atlas, Benchmark Maps, c. 1998, p. 38-39, 44-45, 46; p. 72-73, 78-79, 80.[vague]
  2. ^ Arizona Road & Recreation Atlas, p. 38-39, 44-45, 46; p. 72-73, 78-79, 80.[vague]