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Offshore - The continental margin is underlain by the Peru-Chile trench, where the Nazca Plate converges obliquely and subducts beneath the South American Plate. This margin is an accretionary prism, comprising a series of Mesozoic and Cenozoic fore-arc basins that form the continental slope. The basins are separated by rotated basement highs, generated by strike-slip faulting. Intermittent reactivation of the basement faults led to extension and inversion during the Cenozoic providing a range of structural and stratigraphic traps.
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