Geologic map and sections of the Palo Alto 15' quadrangle, California [cartographic material] / by T.W. Dibblee, Jr.
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Depths shown by isolines and soundings. "Contour interval 80 feet; dotted lines represent 20 foot contours; depth curves and soundings in feet." In addition to geology shows Bouguer gravity anomaly contours at 2 milligal intervals. "Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey." "Geology mapped in 1963; gravity data compiled by H.W. Oliver and R.H. Chapman." Location map on envelope. Includes stratigraphic diagrams of formations southwest and northeast of San Andreas fault, 7 cross sections, text: Geologic map of the Palo Alto 15-minute quadrangle, California, location and index maps, and tables of "Explanatory test wells drilled for oil and gas" and "Quarries."
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