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Subsurface Lower Paleozoic stratigraphy in northern and central Alberta

Subsurface Lower Paleozoic stratigraphy in northern and central Alberta

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources in Ottawa .
Written in English


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Pagination54 p.
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Open LibraryOL22008983M

An Integrated Biostratigraphic, Sedimentologic and Diagenetic Study of the Ksituan Member, Belloy Formation, eastcentral British Columbia and west-central Alberta: Pyle, Leanne*; Len Gal: Lower to Middle Paleozoic Petroleum Exploration Plays, Peel Plateau and Plain, northern Mackenzie Corridor: Radomski, Mark*; Thomas Moslow, Charles Henderson.   In recent years there have been rapid strides in our understanding of plate-tectonic processes, many developments in methods of basin analysis, and the accumulation of much new surface and subsurface geological and geophysical data. Projects such as COCORP (in the United States) and Lithoprobe (in Canada) have provided essential insights into the deep crustal structure of the continent.

Spelman, A. R., , Stratigraphy of Lower Ordovician Nittany Dolomite in Central Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geological Survey, General Geology Report G47, pp. Thompson, Allan M. and Sevon, W. D., , Comparative Sedimentology of Paleozoic Clastic Wedges in the Central Appalachians, U S. A.: Field Excursion. McGugan A () Carboniferous and Permian Ishbel Group stratigraphy, North Saskatchewan Valley, Canadian Rocky Mountains, western Alberta. Bull Can Petrol Geol – Google Scholar Milewicz J () The influence of the tectonics on sedimentation of the Rotliegendes in south-western by:

  Optimizing Subsurface Predictions in a Mississippian Carbonate Field. Central Alberta, Canada - Part 2. Peter Bauman, Chris Barton. The Cape Freels Fan: 3-D Seismic Observations That Challenge the Turbidite Fan Paradigm. Richard Beaubouef, Reed Bracht, Sara Donnelly, Roy Fitzsimmons. Lean Salt Architecture in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Surface Sinai in northern G. El Maghara, G. ccurrences. Distribution of Lower Cretaceous rocks in Egypt at. Rizan Aneiza, G. Minsherah and G. Aref El Naqa. In central Sinai, they share in forming the southern scarp of G. El Tih Plateau. In Gulf of Suez and Eastern Desert in most southern terrain of the Western Desert. Subsurface Thick Lower.


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Subsurface Lower Paleozoic stratigraphy in northern and central Alberta Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Subsurface Lower Paleozoic stratigraphy in northern and central Alberta. [D C Pugh]. Heat flow and geothermal gradient of the sedimentary succession of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) are mapped based on a large thermal database.

Heat flow in the deep part of the basin varies from 30 mW/m2 in the south to high mW/m2 in the north. As permeable strata are required for a successful geothermal application, the most important aquifers are discussed and by: Various schemes have been proposed for the internal division and wider correlation of the subsurface Cambrian to Ordovician succession in Saskatchewan (Slind et al., ;Dixon, ) and Alberta.

Sequence stratigraphy and paleogeography of a Cenomanian deltaic complex: the Dunvegan and lower Kaskapau formations in subsurface and outcrop, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. @article{osti_, title = {Subsurface study of Atoka (lower Pennsylvanian) clastic rocks in parts of Jack, Palo Pinto, Parker, and Wise Counties, north-central Texas}, author = {Tai Wai Ng, D.}, abstractNote = {A lithofacies analysis of the subsurface Atoka clastic rocks in parts of Jack, Palo Pinto, Parker, and Wise Counties, north-central Texas, was designed to provide a meaningful.

Summary Most carbonates are extremely susceptible to mineralogical and textural change, cementation and dissolution. These alterations can occur at any time from initial depostion to deep burial.

Most diagenetic changes affect porosity and thus must be considered in the exploration for carbonates. Diagenesis of carbonates begins at deposition and continues during burial and uplift (left.

The Middle Devonian Dundee Formation, one of the most prolific units in the Michigan Basin, is composed of carbonate reservoirs that have produced more than million barrels of oil (MMBO) in over fields (Curran and Hurley, ; Montgomery et al., ; Wylie and Wood, ).The current study was focused on developing three-dimensional (3-D) models to capture the stratigraphic and.

The lower, second-order cycle extends from the sub-Watt Mountain subaerial unconformity up to a widespread subaerial unconformity (R4 or Upper C) on banks and isolated reefs on both the east and west sides of the Central Alberta Basin and its equivalent, conformable transgressive surface in the basinal succession and includes Beaverhill Lake Cited by: Principles of Stratigraphy Michael E.

Brookfield Principles of Stratigraphy reaffirms the vital importance of stratigraphy to the earth sciences, and introduces the undergraduate to its key elements in a lively and interesting Part I the author outlines key concepts including the foundations of sedimentology and sedimentary environments.

Other Useful References Al-Siyabi, H.A.,Anatomy of a Type II turbidite depositional system: Upper Jackfork Group, Degray Lake Area, Arkansas, in Fine-Grained turbidite Systems/edited by A.

Bouma and C. Stone. AAPG Mem SEPM Special Publication No.p Allen, J. "Studies in fluviatile sedimentation: bars, bar complexes and sandstone sheets (low. Depositional History and Shoreline Evolution of the Upper Wilcox Group and Lower Reklaw Formation, Northern Bee County, Texas W.

Ambrose, H. Zeng, M. Olariu, J. Zhang Revised Stratigraphic Synthesis of the Baltimore Canyon Trough: Implications for Reservoir Identification and Analysis. @article{osti_, title = {Subsurface stratigraphy and depositional history of Madison Limestone (Mississippian), Williston Basin}, author = {Peterson, J.A.}, abstractNote = {Cyclic carbonate-evaporite deposits of the Madison Limestone (Mississippian) in the Williston basin are made up of four main facies.

From basin to shelf, the normal facies transition is from offshore deeper water. Constraints of sedimentology, stratigraphy, and structure on conceptual models of subsurface flow pathways of springs in the Wasatch Plateau and Book Cliffs, Utah Contributions to the geology and paleontology of San Juan County, New Mexico, 1, Stratigraphy of a part of the Chaco river valley.

Only about 10% of geologic time is imprinted in sedimentary strata and the rest is hidden in non-depositional or erosional surfaces called unconformities. Stratigraphic unconformities (disconformities) are principal bounding surfaces in sequence stratigraphy, which a geologist would easily identify in the outcrop but frequently overlook in the subsurface unless core is : Pavel Kabanov.

Geological Sciences Theses and Dissertations: Author Index - The following pages contain an alphabetical list (in order by author) of Geology Theses and Dissertations completed at the University of Texas at Austin.

The format of the citations is: Author. Basement fault control on Phanerozoic stratigraphy Productive reservoir trends in central Alberta.

Reservoir trends in central Alberta are indirectly indicated in the map in Figure 6, which shows all wells penetrating at least the shallow, mid-Cretaceous Base of Fish Scales Zone, as of February (cp.

Misra el al. Sequence Stratigraphy and Marine to Nonmarine Facies Architecture of Foreland Basin Strata, Book Cliffs, Utah, U.S.A.: Discussion 1.

Shuji Yoshida 2, Andrew D Bow Valley Square 3, th Avenue, SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 3G6, Canada. INTRODUCTION View the First Page. A text abstract of this article is not available. The first page of. PP / Cooper, G. A., et.

/ SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGYincludes 8 sections including papers on the classification and delineation of nonparallel folds, THE PRE- ATOKA ROCKS OF NORTHERN ARKANSAS, several paleontology papers, the stratigraphy of pre-Keeweenawan rocks in parts of northern Michigan,cl, pages, 5.

Late Devonian stratigraphy of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin in central Alberta (modified from Switzer et al., ). The Duvernay Formation encompasses a second order maximum flooding surface (Wong et al., ) and is informally divided into lower (siliceous), middle (calcareous), and upper (siliceous) lithostratigraphic by: 1.

OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: vi, pages: illustrations (some color), maps ; 28 cm: Contents: Sedimentology and stratigraphy of the Deadwood-Winnipeg Interval (Cambro-Ordovician), Williston Basin / Richard D.

LeFever --Cyclic deposition and development of porous dolomites in the Upper Ordovician Red River Formation, Williston Basin / Mark W. Longman and Fran. The Mount Whyte Formation is a stratigraphic unit that is present on the western edge of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in the southern Canadian Rockies and the adjacent southwestern Alberta plains.

It was deposited during Middle Cambrian time and consists of shale interbedded with other siliciclastic rock types and was named for Mount Whyte in Banff National Park by Country: Canada.The Ontario Basin of Canada occupies approximat km 2 (26, sq mi) of the southern part of the province of Ontario, adjacent to the lower Great Lakes (Huron, Erie, and Ontario).

The Ontario Basin includes the most densely populated part of Canada, occupying a key position in agriculture, industry, and transportation, notably as the base of operations for much of northern Ontario's.The central Alberta Foothills, focus of this study, is located in the eastern foreland portion of the Rocky Mountain fold-thrust belt (Monger, ) ().It lies between the Bow river to the south and the Athabasca river to the north, and is bounded by the Front Ranges to the west along the McConnell thrust and the undeformed Plains to the east (Figure 1, Figure 4).Cited by: 1.