The Santa Susana Formation is a Paleogene period geologic formation in the Simi Hills and western Santa Susana Mountains of southern California. The formation consists largely of light-gray shale and some fine-grained shaly sandstone, with a lense of heavy conglomerates in the lower part. It is from 1,000–1,500 feet (300–460 m) thick.

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  • The Santa Susana Formation is a Paleogene period geologic formation in the Simi Hills and western Santa Susana Mountains of southern California. The formation consists largely of light-gray shale and some fine-grained shaly sandstone, with a lense of heavy conglomerates in the lower part. It is from 1,000–1,500 feet (300–460 m) thick. (en)
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  • Late Paleocene to Early Eocene of Paleogene
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  • Santa Susana Formation
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  • Los Angeles County and Ventura County, California
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  • The Santa Susana Formation is a Paleogene period geologic formation in the Simi Hills and western Santa Susana Mountains of southern California. The formation consists largely of light-gray shale and some fine-grained shaly sandstone, with a lense of heavy conglomerates in the lower part. It is from 1,000–1,500 feet (300–460 m) thick. (en)
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  • Santa Susana Formation (en)
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