Abstract

Magnetic anomalies found in the northern and central Gulf of California do not resemble typical sea-floor spreading anomalies, but are consistent with the existence of spreading centers in this region. The magnetic anomalies appear to delineate the extension of the San Jacinto fault into the Gulf of California and some of the transform faults that connect the inferred spreading centers within the gulf.

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