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Antelope Valley Watershed
The Antelope Valley Watershed is geographically unique since it does not outlet to the Pacific Ocean. The watershed straddles the Los Angeles-Kern County Line and encompasses approximately 1,220 square miles within Los Angeles County, 2006 square miles in Kern County, and 143 square miles in San Bernardino County. Numerous streams originating in the mountains and foothills flow across the valley floor and eventually pond in the dry lakes (Edwards Air Force Base) adjacent to the Northern County line. The valley lacks defined natural and improved channels outside of the foothills and is subject to unpredictable sheet flow patterns.