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" The Big Blue is overlain by the Tamiosoma zone, which comprises a thickness of about 175 feet of fossiliferous, fine, medium-grained, and coarse, usually gray sand and minor amounts of conglomerate. This in turn is overlain by 400 to 500 feet of alternating... "
Preliminary Report on the Coalinga Oil District, Fresno and Kings Counties ... - Page 37
by Ralph Arnold, Robert Anderson - 1908 - 142 pages
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 357

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1908
...proximity. Some of these serpentinous beds are extremely hard and form prominent buttes in which the decaying serpentine presents a variety of shades of...clay, coarser sand, and gravel up to the base of the prominent and thick gravel zone considered as marking the base of the Jacalitos. Toward the southwest...
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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
...X. This zone of beds continues far northwest of the mapped area as a prominent feature of the hills. The Big Blue is overlain by the Tamiosoma zone, which...175 feet of fossiliferous, fine, medium-grained, and coarse, usually gray sand and minor amounts of conglomerate. This in turn is overlain by 400 to 500...
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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
...X. This zone of beds continues far northwest of the mapped area as a prominent feature of the hills. The Big Blue is overlain by the Tamiosoma zone, which...175 feet of fossiliferous, fine, medium-grained, and coarse, usually gray sand and minor amounts of conglomerate. This in turn is overlain by 400 to 500...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 398

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1910
...northwest of the mapped area as a prominent feature of the hills. The Big Blue is overlain by the Tamioaoma zone, which comprises a thickness of about 175 feet of fossiliferous, fine, medium-grained, and coarse, usually gray sand and minor amounts of conglomerate. This in turn is overlain by 400 to 500...
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