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SMUT: A Geologic History of Southern California

Note: This poster is my interpretation and amalgamation of ideas and diagrams appearing in various references including those below. THIS POSTER HAS NOT BEEN PEER REVIEWED!!!:

Crouch, J. K., and Suppe, J., 1993, Late Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Los Angeles basin and California Borderland: A model for core complex-like crustal extension: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 105, p. 1415-1434.

Grove et al, 2006, Medial Cretaceous Subduction Erosion of Southwestern North America- New Hypothesis for the Formation of the Catalina Schist

Jacobson, C.E., Grove, M., Vuc´ic´, A., Pedrick, J.N., and Ebert, K.A., 2007, Exhumation of the Orocopia Schist and associated rocks of southeastern Cali fornia: Relative roles of erosion, synsubduction tectonic denudation, and middle Cenozoic extension, in Cloos, M., Carlson, W.D., Gilbert, M.C., Liou, J.G., and Sorensen, S.S., eds., Convergent Margin Terranes and Associated Regions: A Tribute to W.G. Ernst: Geological Society of America Special Paper 419, p. 1–37, doi: 10.1130/2007.2419(01).

Jacobson, C. E. et. al. 2011, Late Cretaceous–early Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the southern California margin inferred from provenance of trench and forearc sediments Geological Society of America Bulletin, March 2011, v. 123, no. 3-4, p. 485-506, first published on October 28, 2010,

Mueller, K., G. Kier, T. Rockwell, and C. H. Jones (2009), Quaternary rift flank uplift of the Peninsular Ranges in Baja and southern California by removal of mantle lithosphere, Tectonics, 28, TC5003, doi:10.1029/2007TC002227

 

A Geologic History of Southern California

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