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Compared to their equivalents along passive margins, less is understood about the stratigraphic architecture of incised-valley fill along active margins. Using approximately 10 km of shallow-marine seismic data and five vibracores, we compare the coastal incised-valley fill of two small southern California mountainous streams within the slowly uplifting and semiarid Oceanside Littoral Cell to incised-valley fill models from other active and passive margins. Our seismic data images the upper 16 m of the valley fill and contains three seismic units. The top unit is composed of a discontinuous drape of high-amplitude discontinuous subparallel reflections between 0.2 to 2 m...

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