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The present bathymetry, basin geometries, and spatial earthquake distribution in the inner California borderlands reflect complex basin inversion processes that reactivated two low-angle Miocene extensional detachments as blind thrust faults during the Pliocene to Holocene. The Oceanside and the Thirtymile Bank detachments comprise the inner California blind thrust system. These low-angle detachments originated during Neogene crustal extension that opened the inner California borderlands, creating a rift system that controlled the deposition of early to late Miocene sedimentary units and the exhumation of the metamorphic Catalina schist. During the Pliocene, a transpressional regime induced by oblique convergence between the Pacific...

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