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Relationship of the igneous core of the Marysville Buttes to the petroliferous Cretaceous rocks is presented. Lenticular sands, buttress sands, and structural terraces, or low anticlines, around a great bow in the sediments east of Kettleman Hills, afford favorable conditions for accumulation of oil and gas. Evidence of similar general conditions north of Wheeler Ridge is presented and discussed.
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