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Seite 12 - The sandstone layers range in thickness from a fraction of an inch to several feet and in grain from fine to pebbly.
Seite 1 - Company's well, 15 miles west of Santa Barbara; Stevens, Clark & Duncan well, at Loon Point; and the Treadwell well, between Loon Point and Serena. Some distillation tests of the Summerland oil are given on page 203 of the report. (See table on page 63 of this bulletin.) 1901. Eldridge, George H., The asphalt and bituminous rock deposits of the United States/ The general geologic features and the asphalt deposits of the region from Gaviota to Punta Gorda are a Bull.