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Sand dollars and mollusks from Graciosa coarse-grained member of Careaga sandstone. California. Plate 19, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Monterey shale on south slope of Casmalia Hills; lower member in foreground, ledge forming middle member in mid-background, upper member in far background. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 4-B, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Physiographic features of Casmalia Hills: landslide on north slope of western Casmalia Hills. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 9-D, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Sand dollars and mollusks from Foxen mudstone. California. Plate 10, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Sand dollars and mollusks from Graciosa coarse-grained member of Careaga sandstone and from coarse-grained facies of undifferentiated Careaga sandstone. California. Plate 20, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Monterey shale in Casmalia Hills: Cherty shale and chert in middle member of Monterey shale on coast near Lions Head. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 4- C, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Structural and physiographic features of Casmalia Hills and Graciosa Ridge: Orcutt sand (to left of gap) faulted against Sisquoc formation, north slope of Graciosa Ridge. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 8-C, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Careaga sandstone, Paso Robles formation and Orcutt sand: Orcutt sand and Paso Robles formation, railroad cut near Shuman. Gravel and sand of Orcutt dip a few degrees away from observer, Paso Robles formation dips 45 degrees to left (full dip 65 degrees). Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 7-B, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Sand dollars and mollusks from Graciosa coarse-grained member of Careaga sandstone and mollusks from Paso Robles formation. California. Plate 18, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Monterey shale and Sisquoc formation: Siltstone and sandstone in transition zone between Sisquoc formation and Careaga sandstone on north slope of Gato Ridge. The siltstone (under hammer) is lighter colored than the sandstone. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 5-D, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Structural and physiographic features of Casmalia Hills and Graciosa Ridge: lowest marine terrace, Casmalia Hills. Lions Head in middle background. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 8-D, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Mollusks and barnacles from Cebada fine-grained member of Careaga sandstone and fine-grained facies of undifferentiated Careaga sandstone. California. Plate 14, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Physiographic features of Casmalia Hills: Intermediate marine terrace. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 9-B, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Mollusks from basin facies of Sisquoc formation. California. Plate 9, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Sisquoc formation and Careaga sandstone: burrows extending from tar sand at base of Graciosa coarse-grained member of Careaga sandstone into Sisquoc formation, near Union Oil Co. Folsom No. 3 well, Orcutt field. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 6-D, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Physiographic features of Casmalia Hills, high-level marine terrace and fluted sand of nonmarine terrace cover. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 9-C, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Sand dollars and mollusks from Graciosa coarse-grained member of Careaga sandstone. California. Plate 17, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Monterey shale and Sisquoc formation: Upper member of Monterey shale in Casmalia Hills. Upper member forms strike ridge in middle of view and the Sisquoc formation forms the hills at right. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 5-A, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Lospe formation and Monterey shale in Casmalia Hills: Tuff in Lospe formation on south slope of Mount Lospe. Tuff forming cliff in middle view is 50 feet thick. Santa Barbara County, California. Circa 1939. Figure 3-B, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.
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Mollusks and barnacles from Cebada fine-grained member of Careaga sandstone and fine-grained facies of undifferentiated Careaga sandstone. California. Plate 16, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 222. 1950.