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The Condor channel complex, part of the Campanian Cerro Toro Formation (see overview by Fildani et al., chapter 32, this volume) forms part of an extensive outcrop belt exposed in the Pare Nacional Torres Del Paine in southern chile. The data presented here illustrate large, coarse-grained, barform elements that are interpreted as deposits within a deep-water channel complex. The photomosaics in 1 and 2 are from the easternmost extent of a continuous but variably dip- and strike-oriented exposure, which is more than a kilometer (0.6 mi) long. It can be traced into the younger section of the Condor...

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