Late Pleistocene (Last Interglacial) terrace deposits, Bahia Coyote, Baja California Sur, México

@inproceedings{Forbis2004LateP,
  title={Late Pleistocene (Last Interglacial) terrace deposits, Bahia Coyote, Baja California Sur, M{\'e}xico},
  author={Teresa DeDiego Forbis and Robert G. Douglas and Donn S. Gorsline and Enrique Hiparco Nava-S{\'a}nchez and Larry E. Mack and Jay L. Banner},
  year={2004}
}
Late Pleistocene age terrace deposits are exposed in the narrow cliffed coastal plain of Bahia Coyote, Baja California Sur, resting unconformably on the lagoonal-shallow water volcaniclastics of the early Miocene Cerro Colorado Member of the El Cien Formation. The terrace is dissected by widely spaced arroyos and partically covered by alluvial fans in the inner and central areas. The marine deposits vary in thickness from 0.5 to 10 m and were laid down in pre-existing erosional channels and… CONTINUE READING
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