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" Tejon formation is thick, the shale portion forms a greater proportion of the whole than does the sandstone, the middle beds being chiefly of fine grain. The middle beds differ from those at the top in being more argillaceous, of a darker color, less... "
Preliminary Report on the Coalinga Oil District, Fresno and Kings Counties ... - Page 24
by Ralph Arnold, Robert Anderson - 1908 - 142 pages
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Paleontology of the Coalinga District, Fresno and Kings Counties, California

Ralph Arnold - Paleontology - 1909 - 173 pages
...Geology, vol. 2, No. 2, 1905, p. 161. Margarita (1), and the two must not be confused. Where the Tej on formation is thick the shale portion forms a greater...beds. There are three separate areas in which the Tej on is exposed; one in the oil field north of Pleasant Valley, another on the eastern border of...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 396

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1909
...Geology, vol. 2, No. 2, 1905, p. 161. Margarita(?), and the two must not be confused. Where the Tejón formation is thick the shale portion forms a greater...beds. There are three separate areas in which the Tejón is exposed; one in the oil field north of Pleasant Valley, another on the eastern border of...
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Mineral Deposits of the Cerbat Range, Black Mountains, and Grand Wash Cliffs ...

Frank Charles Schrader - Mines and mineral resources - 1909 - 226 pages
...sake of simplicity and to avoid confusion. DISTRIBUTION AND LOCAL CHARACTER. There are three separated areas in which the Tejon is exposed, one in the oil field north of Pleasant Valley, one on the eastern border ol the Alcalde Hills just \\cst of Coalinga, and the other along Ree Midge....
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Geology and Oil Resources of the Coalinga District, California

Ralph Arnold, Robert van Vleck Anderson, Irving Cowan Allen - Fresno County (Calif.) - 1910 - 354 pages
...sake of simplicity and to avoid confusion. DISTRIBUTION AND LOCAL CHARACTER. There are three separated areas in which the Tejon is exposed, one in the oil field north of Pleasant Valley, one on the eastern border of the Alcalde Hills just west of Coalinga, and the other along Reef Ridge....
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 398

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1910
...sake of simplicity and to avoid confusion. DISTRIBUTION AND LOCAL CHARACTER. There are three separated areas in which the Tejon is exposed, one in the oil field north of Pleasant Valley, one on the eastern border of the Alcalde Hills just west of Coalinga, and the other along Reef Ridge....
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