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Correlation of Devonian subsurface formations, southern Alberta

Correlation of Devonian subsurface formations, southern Alberta

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Published by Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic - Devonian - Alberta

  • Edition Notes

    11

    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22035911M

    ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND INDEX MAP OF SALT DEPOSITS IN THE UNITED STATES By WALTER B. LANG correlation of the salines of the Middle johnsonout.com, £. L,, and Applin, E. R., , Cored section in George Vasen's Fee Well The book, in looseleaf binding, is well illus­, *Cited by: 2. Oct 01,  · Filer () convincingly correlated the Foreknobs Formation with widespread black shale–gray shale cycles within the Upper Devonian of the Appalachian Basin, thus permitting reliable correlation with the New York state section (Rickard, , Filer, , Filer, , Ver Straeten, ).Cited by:

    Other articles where Lower Devonian Series is discussed: Devonian Period: Southern Hemisphere: The marine Lower Devonian shows some affinity with the Bokkeveld in South Africa, which in turn has strong links with South America. No Devonian strata are known in Africa between the Bokkeveld and sections in Ghana and northwestern Africa. or call to order: The geoscience information you need to work in Ontario! T his Special Volume is an updated and reformatted version of Open File Report , An Updated Guide to the Subsurface Paleozoic Stratigraphy of Southern johnsonout.comements and additions have been made in several areas, including new figures, an expanded discussion of the basement geology, some.

    The correlation of the Edgewood and Sexton Creek formations of the Alexandrian series in Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and eastern Wisconsin / (), by Clarence Samuel . Upper Devonian Nisku Formation Through Comparison with the Grosmont Formation A.J. MacNeil, J. Russel-Houston, and johnsonout.com Osum Oil Sands. Summary The Grosmont – Upper Ireton – Nisku Devonian succession in northeastern Alberta is estimated to contain billion bbl (∙ m3) of bitumen. Pilot testing of the Grosmont is.


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Correlation of Devonian subsurface formations, southern Alberta Download PDF EPUB FB2

Problems in Devonian Stratigraphy, Northeastern Alberta Chris L. Schneider many natural historians speculated on the correlation of Devonian outcrops with others in North America and Europe.

The century of surface and subsurface geological exploration that followed resulted in a sound from the northern Alberta subsurface by Law Correlation of Devonian subsurface formations Devonian Period - Devonian Period - Devonian geology: The union of the paleocontinents of Laurentia and Baltica occurred near the beginning of the Devonian to form a single landmass that has been referred to both as Laurussia and as Euramerica.

The northern portion of the combined landmass gave rise to widespread areas of continental desert, playa, and alluvial plain deposits that form one of. Regional sedimentology, conodont biostratigraphy and correlation of Middle Cambrian -Lower Ordovician(?) strata of the "Finnegan" and Deadwood formations, Alberta subsurface, Western Canada.

The Birdbear replaces the Nisku formation of Baillie, which can not be correlated with the type Nisku formation of the Alberta basin. The subsurface Upper Devonian formations are correlated with the Devonian outcrop at the type locality of the Jefferson and Three Forks formations near Logan, johnsonout.com by: Stratigraphic Architecture of the Oldman Formation, Belly River Group, Surface and Subsurface of Southern Alberta.

Anthony P. Hamblin. ABSTRACT. Regional surface and subsurface correlation of the middle Belly River Group clastic wedge confirms that the Oldman Formation is present throughout southern and central Alberta.

The Upper Devonian Big Valley Formation in southern Correlation of Devonian subsurface formations is a m thick carbonate succession, unconformably overlain by organic-rich source rocks of the Exshaw Formation. The Upper Devonian Big Valley Formation in southern Alberta is a m thick carbonate succession, unconformably overlain by organic-rich source rocks of the Exshaw Author: Jacqueline Colborne.

Stratigraphy of the subsurface Lower and Middle Devonian of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Ontario (New York State Museum map and chart series) [Lawrence V Rickard] on johnsonout.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Stratigraphy of the Subsurface Lower Middle Devonian of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Ontario by Lawrence V. Richard provides a definitive set of subsurface maps. From Subsurface to Outcrop: The Devonian Moberly Member (Waterways Formation) of the Athabasca Oil Sands Region Conference Paper (PDF Available) · May with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The formation was given group status by Belyea (), and Baillie () extended the Elk Point Group into southern Saskatchewan. Crickmay () selected the type section for the Elk Point Group in central Alberta, shown in Figure Law (, ) recognized the group in northern Alberta and the District of Mackenzie.

Beneath the Oil Sands: Stratigraphy and Structural Features of the Devonian of Northeast Alberta, Canada* Chris L. Schneider1, Shilong Mei1, Matthias Grobe1, and Kristine Haug1 Search and Discovery Article # (). Buy Stratigraphy and Correlation of the Devonian of Western Tennessee (Classic Reprint) on johnsonout.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: 8.

The Duvernay Formation was deposited in the Alberta Basin (part of the larger Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin) during the Late Devonian (Fig. 1, Fig. 2).During this time, global sea level was significantly higher than at present day (Johnson et al., ; Savoy and Mountjoy, ; Haq and Schutter, ), resulting in widespread flooding of continental margins and development of Author: Levi J.

Knapp, Nicholas B. Harris, Julia M. McMillan. The Leduc Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Late Devonian age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin.

It takes its name from the city of Leduc, and it was formally described from the B.A. Pyrz No. 1 well in central Alberta, between the depths of 1, m (5, Country: Canada. Student should prepare a brief description of overall depositional environments and sea-level history of the area substantiating their subsurface correlation.

By doing this exercise, students will learn how to apply sequence stratigraphic principles in interpreting subsurface data, particularly from well logs. DEVONIAN AND MISSISSIPPIAN ROCKS OF THE NORTHERN ANTELOPE RANGE, EUREKA COUNTY, NEVADA By RICHARD K.

HOSE, AUGUSTUS K. ARMSTRONG, ANITA G. HARRIS, and BERNARD L. MAMET1 ABS1RACT Lower through Upper Devonian rocks of the northernCited by: 8. Chapter 13 - Devonian Wabamun Group. The Middle Logan Gulch Member in Montana contains the crepida Zone and correlates with the Whitelaw Member in the subsurface of Alberta and unit 2 of the Palliser Formation (lower Morro) of Meijer Drees and Johnston ().

Upper Devonian formations, southern part of Northwest Territories. (Barrick, ) indicate a Middle Silurian to Early Devonian (Lochkovian) age for these rocks (fig. The Thirtyone Formation subcrops throughout most of the southern part of the Permian Basin, including Texas and small areas of New Mexico, and attains a maximum thickness of about 1, ft in southern Crane County, Texas (fig.

STRATIGRAPHY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF THE MIDDLE DEVONIAN SILICA FORMATION OF NORTHERN OHIO By John Edwin Thornton A Senior Thesis Submitted to the Eastern Michigan University Honors College in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Graduation with Honors in Geology Approved at Ypsilanti, Michigan on this date _____.

"correlation and sequence stratigraphic interpretation of upper devonian carbonate slope facies using carbon isotope chemostratigraphy, lennard shelf, canning basin, western australia", newadvances in devonian carbonates: outcrop analogs, reservoirs and chronostratigraphy, ted e.

playton, charles kerans, john a.w. weissenberger. Devonian Leduc reef trends in relation to basement faults. The Upper Devonian Leduc Formation in central Alberta (Figure 8) contains elongated reefal complexes on a broad carbonate platform (Switzer et al. These reefs, encased in Ireton shale, have been prolific oil and gas producers.

Stratigraphic correlation using well logs CREWES Research Report — Volume 16 () 5 Study area FIG. 4. Pre-Mannville drainage system of the Northern Western Interior Basin of Canada and the United States (from Christopher, ). LOG CHARACTERS Most of the formations and members in the study area have differentiable log.Fault and Conduit Controlled Burial Dolomitization of the Devonian West-Central Alberta Deep Basin.

Darryl G. Green, Eric W. Mountjoy. Abstract. Devonian reservoirs in the Swan Hills, Leduc and Wabamun formations in the west-central Alberta deep basin occur at present day depths of m to m and are generally restricted to [email protected]{osti_, title = {Outcrop shapes for correlation of Lower Mississippian carbonates in western North America}, author = {Haines, F.}, abstractNote = {Examination of the sedimentary cycles in Mississippian carbonates in Iowa, Utah, Montana and Alberta shows a hierarchy of stratigraphic subdivisions: large sequences, cycles, rhythmic bands or marker beds, and couplets of laminated.