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An organic rich, gleyed soil (Cumulic Haplaquoll) on the edge of a sag pond near San Marino High School illustrates the effects of poor drainage and tectonism on soil formation (pedogenesis) in a semiarid region during the Holocene. Combined with other characteristics of soil development, the organic matter masks the presence of six depositional strata in the granodioritic alluvium in which the soil formed. Two of these units occur only on the south side of a strand of the Raymond fault, three occur only on the north side, and one occurs on both sides.

The dominant clay minerals are smectites...

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