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The Miocene-Pliocene geological history of the Santa Maria district, Santa Barbara County, California, is discussed. The Sisquoc formation, a lower Pliocene formation, is described, and it is shown that the upper "Harris" formation in the Purisima Hills is also lower Pliocene. Continuous diastrophism during Pliocene time is discussed. Its divergent effects upon marginal and central areas of the Pliocene basin are indicated by the partly conformable and partly unconformable contact.
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