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Gulf Coast Carbon Center


Repetto Formation, Los Angeles Basin (03)

Comments on Geologic Parameters

03 Formation Thickness:

The Repetto Formation is over 3,500 ft (>1,067.1 m) thick in the structurally deep central trough in the Los Angeles Basin (Conrey, 1967). The Repetto Formation pinches out to the southeast toward the San Joaquin Hills and is less than 1,000 ft (<304.9 m) thick to the southwest and northwest of the central structural trough. Repetto thickness was gridded (c3repettog).

03 Map:

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03 Reference:

Conrey, B. L., 1967, Early Pliocene sedimentary history of the Los Angeles Basin, California: California Division of Mines and Geology Special Report 93, 63 p.

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