Sources:

Sutton, Mark Q.
2006   The Del Rey Tradition and Its Place in the Prehistory of Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(2):1-54.
2011   The Palomar Tradition and Its Place in the Prehistory of Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(4):1-74.

Sutton, Mark Q. and Jill K. Gardner
2006   Reconceptualizing the Encinitas Tradition of Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 42(4):1-64.

In these articles, dates are expressed in years B.P., interpreted here as calendar years before ca. A.D. 1950.

Within the Encinitas tradition, the Topanga pattern and phases pertain to coastal Los Angeles and Orange counties. The Greven Knoll pattern and phases pertain to inland San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties. The La Jolla pattern and phases pertain to coastal San Diego County. The Pauma pattern and phases pertain to inland San Diego County.

In the region to the east of the Encinitas tradition, the eastern Peninsular Ranges and Colorado Desert are assigned to the Archaic and Patayan patterns.

Within the Del Rey tradition, the Angeles pattern and its phases pertain to mainland Los Angeles and Orange counties. The Island pattern and its phases pertain to the southern Channel Islands (including Santa Barbara, San Nicolas, Santa Catalina and San Clemente islands).

Within the Palomar Tradition, the San Luis Rey pattern and its phases pertain to southeastern Orange County, southwestern Riverside county and northwestern San Diego County. The Peninsular pattern and its phases pertain to the northern Peninsular Ranges and Coachella Valley.