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Data Availability

Two high-resolution seismic reflection data sets (Fig. 2; USGS-19236 and
17200) are available on microfilm from the National Geophysical Data Center.
The industry data are not available, except one grid east of Anacapa Island is
available to Southern California Earthquake Center researchers.