|Name||Franciscan Complex, unit 2 (Southern California)|
|Geologic age||late Early to early Late Cretaceous|
Metamorphic > Metasedimentary (Blueschist)Includes metamorphosed sandstone, shale, conglomerate, and chert. Some of these rocks form blocks in a blueschist-matrix melange
Metamorphic > Schist (Blueschist)
|Comments||Southwestern California (Santa Catalina Island, Palos Verdes Hills). Blueschist-grade metamorphic rocks more thoroughly recrystallized than most Franciscan rocks|
|Stratigraphic units||Catalina Schist|
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