|Geologic age||Upper Cretaceous|
Unconsolidated > Coarse-detrital > SandLocally interbedded with light-gray, very clayey, fine- to very-fine-grained micaceous sand containing primarily quartz and feldspar. Lower sand (Farrington Sand Member): Farrington Sand Member is white, fine-to medium-grained, very micaceous, crossbedded sand, interbedded with thin to thick, darkgray, silty beds.
Unconsolidated > Fine-detrital > Clayclayey-silt (Woodbridge Clay Member): palered-orange weathering, grayish-black to dark-gray micaceous silt, very clayey; interbedded
Unconsolidated > Fine-detrital > Siltclayey-silt (Woodbridge Clay Member): palered-orange weathering, grayish-black to dark-gray micaceous silt, very clayey; interbedded
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