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The small triangular mass in left center of the picture, to the left of the geologic hammer, is filled with Devonian fossils.
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Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills, head of Altamira Canyon tapping hanging valley shown in photo 74. Photographs 65 and 66 here are composed as one photograph. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Plate 27-C is a small portion of photo 65, and all of 66, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 207. 1946.
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Remnant of sub summit plateau on spur extending west from Mount Whitney, Sequoia National Park, California. July 24, 1913. Plate 17-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 110. 1918.
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Haplophragmoides Ammobaculites. Northern Alaska. n.d. Plate 11 in U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 236. 1955.
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Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills, undrained depression along crest of western part of hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Plate 27-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 207. 1946.
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Altamira member of Monterey Shale: Local discontinuity or bedding plane fault, foot of sea cliff east of Point Fermin. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Plate 7-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 207. 1946.
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Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills, hanging valley at head of Altamira Canyon, lip of valley is in right middle foreground. Contrary to appearance it drains to right. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Plate 27-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 207. 1946.
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Pleistocene formation on north border of Palos Verdes Hills: Sand pit on west side of Fourth Ravine west of Hawthorne Avenue. Lomita marl, San Pedro sand and unconformably overlying Palo Verdes (?) sand and nonmarine terrace cover. Los Angeles County, California. October 24, 1923. Plate 20-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 207. 1946.
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Altamira member of Monterey Shale: Type locality of Miraleste tuff bed on west side of upper Agua Negra Canyon. Arrows on published photo (near top of ridge) point to base of tuff. Photograph has ink annotations on it that may not apply to this caption. Los Angeles County, California. February 17, 1923. Plate 7-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 207. 1946.
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Miliammina, quinqueloculina and psamminopelta. Northern Alaska. n.d. Plate 37 in U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 236. 1962.
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Mount Whitney and the sub summit plateau from Diamond Mesa, Sequoia National Park. California. 1912. Plate 16-C, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 110. 1918.


    map background search result map search result map Quarry one mile west of Elmhurst where Devonian fossils were found. 1901. Altamira member of Monterey Shale: Type locality of Miraleste tuff bed on west side of upper Agua Negra Canyon. Los Angeles County, California. February 17, 1923 Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills, undrained depression along crest of western part of hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Altamira member of Monterey Shale. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Pleistocene formation on north border of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. October 24, 1923. Remnant of sub summit plateau on spur extending west from Mount Whitney, Sequoia National Park, California. Mount Whitney and the sub summit plateau from Diamond Mesa, Sequoia National Park. California. Haplophragmoides Ammobaculites. Northern Alaska. n.d. Miliammina, quinqueloculina and psamminopelta. Northern Alaska. n.d. Quarry one mile west of Elmhurst where Devonian fossils were found. 1901. Remnant of sub summit plateau on spur extending west from Mount Whitney, Sequoia National Park, California. Mount Whitney and the sub summit plateau from Diamond Mesa, Sequoia National Park. California. Altamira member of Monterey Shale: Type locality of Miraleste tuff bed on west side of upper Agua Negra Canyon. Los Angeles County, California. February 17, 1923 Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Rolling upland along crest of Palos Verdes Hills, undrained depression along crest of western part of hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1922. Altamira member of Monterey Shale. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Pleistocene formation on north border of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. October 24, 1923. Haplophragmoides Ammobaculites. Northern Alaska. n.d. Miliammina, quinqueloculina and psamminopelta. Northern Alaska. n.d.