Rise and Fall of San Diego: 150 Million Years of History Recorded in Sedimentary Rocks
The story of San Diego's prehistoric landscape is captured in the region's sedimentary rocks. Line drawings, illustrations, photos, and maps help explain the key concepts.
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Composition of Jurassic Sedimentary Rocks
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alluvial fan ammonites ancient Ballena river basin Bathtub Rock beach cliffs beach ridges Cabrillo Canyon fault zone Carlsbad channels clams clasts climate conglomerate contain dinosaurs Earth's east Eocene eroded erosion surface exposed feet field trip Figure flow formed geologic gravels Gulf of California Jurassic late Cretaceous look magma mass million years ago minerals Miocene Mount Soledad mudstone nonmarine oceanic plate Oligocene outcrops Paleocene paleosol Peninsular Ranges Pleistocene Pliocene plutonic rock Point Loma Point Loma Formation roadcut Rose Canyon fault San Diego Formation San Diego region sandstone sandstone beds Santiago Peak Volcanics Scripps Pier sea cliffs sea floor sea level sedi sedimentary rock layers sedimentary rocks sediments shells shoreline soil species Split Mountain Split Mountain Gorge Split Mountain sturzstrom strata stream sturzstrom sturzstrom deposit subduction submarine canyon submarine fan tectonic thick Thomas Guide topography Torrey Pines unconformity uplift Vallecito Mountains walk