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Mississippian Subsurface Geology in the Pembina Area, Alberta.
Geological Survey of Canada.
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Paleotopographic reconstruction and subcrop geological mapping of the sub-Cretaceous unconformity in Central Alberta: methodology and results April DOI: /RG MARTIN, H.L., - Geological Survey of Canada Paper Mississippian Subsurface Geology, Rocky Mountain House Area, Alberta. MARTIN, H.L., - Geological Survey of Canada Paper Mississippian Subsurface Geology in the Pembina Area, Alberta.
Abstract. An area of 11 counties in southwestern Indiana was studied because (1) the subsurface geology of the Salem Limestone and associated rocks in the area contained numerous correlation discrepancies; (2) it was the locus of recent oil exploration and oil discoveries in these rocks; (3) the last subsurface study of this rock section was made in ; and (4) since that time, subsurface. per township, that penetrate Mississippian- and Mesozoic-age rocks. In the Manitoba portion of the project area, geophysical logs from subsurface wells and outcrop locations and stratigraphic test holes were used for this project; of those subsurface wells had Paleozoic formation picks made or.
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Buy Mississippian subsurface geology in the Pembina area, Alberta (Geological Survey of Canada. Paper) by H. L Martin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: H. L Martin. Mississippian subsurface geology in the Pembina area, Alberta by: Martin HL Published: () Lower carboniferous stratigraphy and sedimentology of the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains by: MacQueen RW, et al.
Published: (). Mississippian subsurface geology in the Pembina area, Alberta by: Martin HL Published: () Three Forks and Bakken stratigraphy in west central Saskatchewan [electronic resource] by: Kents P Published: (). The Mississippian rocks of Mount Head area in the southern foothills of Alberta are included in the standard formations of the Alberta Rocky Mountain Book Chapter Mississippian Succession in Mount Head Area, Alberta R.
Douglas, P. Harker, "Mississippian Succession in Mount Head Area, Alberta", Jurassic and Carboniferous of. THE UNIVERSlTY OF CALGARY Three-dimensional Geometry and Evolution of the Lovett River Triangle Zone, central Alberta Foothills Janice LeDrew A THESIS SUBh4ITTED TO THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STuDIES IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS CALGARY, ALBERTA.
Mississippian subsurface geology in the Pembina area, Alberta [by] H.L. Martin; Faulting in southwest Indiana / prepared by C.H. Ault, D.M. Sullivan ; prepared for Division of Health, Mississippian subsurface geology, Rocky Mountain House area, Alberta [by] H.L.
Martin. Subsurface data confirms the extensive distribution of chert already seen in outcrops (Figure 1 and Figure 2). Chert associated with clinoforms has been recognized in logs and in cuttings and have been interpreted to be responsible for some of the best seismic markers seen in Mississippian successions (Chatellier ).
Sedimentary Geology, 79 () 77 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Structurally controlled diagenesis of a carbonate ramp (Banff Formation, Alberta, Canada) Jean-Yves D. Chatellier Unit'ersit~ Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris VI, France (Received Janu ; revised version accepted Ma ) ABSTRACT Chatellier, J.-Y.D., Cited by: 1.
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The Mississippian is a subperiod in the geologic timescale or a subsystem of the geologic record. It is the earliest/lowermost of two subperiods of the Carboniferous period lasting from roughly ± to ± million years ago. Inthe Pembina oilfield was discovered about km (70 mi.) southwest of Edmonton.
This field, the largest stratigraphic oil trap in western Canada (with the exception of the oil sands of the McMurray Formation), quickly surpassed all others and became Alberta’s largest oilfield, both in terms of estimated reserves and actual production. West Pembina injects new life into Alberta’s oil sector.
In OctoberChevron Oil opens the West Pembina oil field. It is the largest discovery in ten years and revives hopes for Alberta’s oil sector, which had been suffering from a lack of new discoveries over the previous decade.
Get this from a library. Mississippian subsurface geology, Rocky Mountain House area, Alberta. [H L Martin]. GEOLOGY OF THE RED DEER RIVER VALLEY NEAR DRUMHELLER L V Hills 8 I. accumulation Alberta badlands bedrock beds beneath bison Bow River Bow Valley Calgary area Canadian Canmore carbonate Cardium Formation Cascade Coal Basin channel clastic clasts clay claystone coal seams conglomerate Creek.
This map presents a current view of non-energy mineral resources in the province and the extents of prospective areas for the exploration of undiscovered resources. This report presents 3D mapping and modelling methods at geological survey organizations across provincial, territorial, state, and federal levels around the world.
In the subsurface of the Western Canadian Basin east of Jasper Park, the Tournaisian Banff Formation (Fig. 1) is interpreted as a very extensive homoclinal carbonate ramp (Chatellier, Author: Jean-Yves Chatellier.The processes affecting sulfur during diagenesis in carbonates have been investigated by ion microprobe analysis of δ 34 S values of pyrite, marcasite, and anhydrite from the Devonian Nisku Formation in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin.
Pyrite and marcasite from three Nisku wells have δ 34 S ranging between −35 and + 20%. CDT; most lie between −35 and −5%.Cited by: Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Fluid compartmentalization of Devonian and Mississippian dolostones, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin: petrologic and geochemical evidence from fracture mineralization 1.
Ihsan S. Al-Aasm,* a Carole Mrad, a Jeffery Packard b a Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON N9B 3P4, by: 1.