|Name||Schist of various types and ages, unit 3 (Santa Cruz Island)|
Metamorphic > Schist (Greenschist)Includes both metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks
Metamorphic > Metaigneous > Metavolcanic (Greenschist)Massive to schistose; compositions include keratophyre, quartz keratophyre, and spilite
Sedimentary > Clastic > Sandstone (Bed)Weakly metamorphosed
Igneous > Plutonic > Granitic > TonaliteWeakly metamorphosed
Sedimentary > Chemical > Chert (Bed)Weakly metamorphosed
Igneous > Plutonic > Dioritic > DioriteWeakly metamorphosed
|Comments||Santa Cruz Island. Mostly massive to schistose metavolcanic rocks; minor metasedimentary schist|
|Stratigraphic units||Santa Cruz Island Schist|
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