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Geologic Map

Legend

Quarternary - surficial deposits
Jurassic/Cretaceous - dark
greenish-gray shale sandstone
interbeds (Knoxville Formation)
Thrust Fault
Quarternary - landslide deposits Jurassic/Cretaceous - melange
(Franciscian Complex)
Thrust Fault - inferred
Miocene/Pliocene - non-marine
sandstone, siltstone, and
conglomerate
Jurassic - chert and basalt with some graywacke and shale
(Franciscan Complex)
Faultt
Miocene - marine fossiliferous
sandstone and shale
Jurassic - basalt and diabase
(Coast Range Ophiolite)
Fault - Inferred
Miocene - silicic intrusive rocks Jurassic - serpentinite (Coast Range Ophiolite) Roads
Eocene - massive pebbly
sandstone with shale
Silica carbonate rock (altered serpentinite) Streams
Cretaceous - shale, siltstone, and sandstone (Great Valley Sequence)
Data Source Preliminary Geologic Map Emphazing Bedrock Formations in Contra Costa County, California. Compiled by R.W. Graymer, D.L. Jones, and E.E. Brabb U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-622 Arc/Info Data Files

Simplified with minor modifications by Roi Peers and Craig Lyon, September 1996.

Geologic Information Systems Map by Eric R. Sheehan, Martinez, California.