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Extensive outcrops of coarse-grained channel to fine-grained levee deposits of the Campanian Cerro Torro Formation are present throughout the Torres del Paine National Park in southern chile (1; Fildani et al, chapter 33, this volume). The outcrop panel in 2 represents part of one face of a nearly continuous exposure mapped in this paper that is present on all four faces of a mesa within the Silla Ojo Syncline (1). The depositional architectures consist predominantly of sheetlike, tabular elements comprising interbedded sandstone and shale bedsets, onlapping older levee deposits (described by Barton...

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