At least two periods of relative stability in the history of the erosion of San Antonio Canyon are indicated by the bench-like features produced by the laterally cutting stream and by the remnants of older alluvium left by the stream when it was cutting at these higher levels. In addition, a much older and probably mature surface is suggested by certain features of the higher ridges and the near-summits of Ontario and San Antonio Mountains.
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Geology of San Antonio Canyon, California, in relation to ground-water storage
U.S. Geological Survey
Report: 41 p.; 2 Plates: 10.49 x 3.95 inches and 7.23 x 10.49 inches