Folded Rock in the Grapevine Mountains.
The Grapevine Mountains, mapped in detail by Reynolds (1969) and Niemi (2002), contain thick sequences of Paleozoic rock that was deformed into large-scale folds and faults during crustal shortening.  Overlying these rocks are less deformed Tertiary sedimentary and volcanic rock.

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