2 edition of Triassic stratigraphy and petrology between the Athabasca and Smoky Rivers of Alberta. found in the catalog.
Triassic stratigraphy and petrology between the Athabasca and Smoky Rivers of Alberta.
D. W. Gibson
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|LC Classifications||LE3 T52 PHD 1966 G53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 113 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||113|
Very fine-grained sandstone beds in the lowermost Triassic (lower Induan = Griesbachian) lower Montney Formation are the primary reservoir lithology in the Pedigree, Ring-Border and Kahntah River gas fields of northwestern Alberta and northeastern British by: GIBSON,DW () Triassic Stratigraphy and Petrology between the Athabasca and Smoky rivers of Alberta. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, pp. plus 6 plates. CORON,CR () Facies Relations and Ore Genesis of the Newfoundland Zinc Mines Deposit, Daniel's Harbour, Western Newfoundland. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 2 volumes ().
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The occurrence of Lower Triassic fishes in western Alberta shows that this fauna was widespread, occurring over at least km of shoreline, and that ecological and environmental factors were similar along the western edge of the Panthalassic Ocean during the Early by: 6. Triassic stratigraphy of the Sikanni Chief River – Pine P ass region, Rocky Mountain Foothills, northeastern British Columbia.
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The middle sequence in the Athabasca Basin shows a transition to a paralic environment in the upper unit of the Lazenby Lake Formation and is probably fully lacustrine or marine by Wolverine Point time.
The upper sequence in the Athabasca Basin File Size: KB. Stratigraphic nomenclature used in this paper for Triassic outcrops between Wapiti River and Crowsnest Pass, western Alberta, Canada.
All Triassic fish localities known for this region occur within the Lower Triassic portion of the Sulphur Mountain Formation. The South Saskatchewan River has a long term average discharge of m 3 /sec, with flood peaks in the range of to m 3 /sec. South of Saskatoon, the four major types of geomorphological elements recognised are channels, slipface‐bounded bars, sand flats and vegetated islands and floodplains.
Major channels are 3‐5 m deep, up to m wide, and flow Cited by: Northeast Alberta is the location of one of the world’s largest petroleum deposits, the Athabasca Oil Sands, hosted in Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation sandstones. The McMurray Formation was deposited on a deeply eroded Upper Devonian unconformity surface that was strongly influenced by underlying carbonate and evaporite : Michael B.
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Dane Picard (3) Abstract: In northwestern Wyoming the Crow Mountain Sandstone Member (Triassic) of the Chugwater Formation is. Determining the provenance of Triassic sedimentary rocks in northeastern British Columbia and western Alberta using detrital zircon geochronology, with implications for regional tectonics Gibson, D.W.
Triassic stratigraphy between the Athabasca and Smoky Rivers of Alberta. Gibson, D.W. Triassic stratigraphy of the Sikanni Cited by: In-situ thermal recovery of bitumen requires a detailed understanding of the subsurface stratal architecture of oil-sands deposits.
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