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Oct 20 / Dave Schumaker

Mystery of Santa Barbara Hot Spot Solved?

The mystery hot spot near Santa Barbara in the Dick Smith Wilderness has apparently been solved by researchers from the University of California at Santa Barbara and the USGS.

The thermal anomaly is centered in a three-acre, highly disrupted slide deposit in a recently active, seventeen-acre rotational/translational landslide. The landslide is within the Eocene shales and siltstones of the Juncal Formation, a distal submarine fan deposit that contains traces of iron sulfides, organic material, and carbonate (Dibblee, 1966; Onderdonk, 2003).

Interestingly enough, I found this article on About.com who listed this website on the front page of their geology section last week! Scroll down a few posts to find out. :)

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