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Stratigraphy and micropaleontology of the Thermopolis shale.
Don L. Eicher
in New Haven
Written in English
|Other titles||Thermopolis shale.|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .Y3 no. 15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 126 p.|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||60004246|
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ABSTRACT In the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming, the Thermopolis shale (Lower Creta ceous) of U. Geological Survey usage consists of three mappable units; a lower sequence of black shale and prominent siltstones, the Muddy sandstone, and an upper sequence of black shale and a few Size: 4MB.
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Publishing Organization: Yale University, Peabody Museum of Natural History Series and Number: Bulletin 15 [ p.] Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 44° 41' 44" N () South Latitude: 44° 25' 43" N ().
Therefore, the objectives of this study were to determine the geologic stage of the four members of the Pierre Shale that crop out within the study area (Gregory, Crow Creek, DeGrey, and Verendrye), determine the chronostratigraphic age of several marine reptile fossils, relate the study area to a sequence stratigraphic framework, and gather data to reconstruct the paleoenvironment.
the Thermopolis Shale indicate that it is composed of mainly Type-III gas-prone kerogen, however S 2 /S 3 ratios indicate that the Thermopolis is capable of generating both oil and gas. Organic richness levels for the Thermopolis Shale are consid-ered poor to fair.
Results indicate that the Mowry Shale has aFile Size: 1MB. Stratigraphic Framework of the Cretaceous Mowry Shale, Frontier Formation and Adjacent Units 23 Plate figure Graphic log of USGS core D of the Frontier Formation.
The described core is in the depth interval 7,–7, feet. Abbreviations: KB, Kelly bushing; TD, total Size: 2MB. Thermopolis Shale Cloverly Formation Morrison Formation Sundance Formation Gypsum Spring Fm Nugget Sandstone Popo Agie Fm or Mbr Crow Mountain Ss or Ss Mbr Alcova Ls Red Peak Fm or Mbr STRATIGRAPHIC NOMENCLATURE CHART OF THE LARAMIDE BASINS, WYOMING Love, J.D., Christiansen, A.C., and Ver Ploeg, A.J., comps., Seven original case-studies are presented in this volume, each describing the application of micropaleontology and palynology in applied geology: (1) a study of the modern distribution of coccolith sedimentation in the North Sea and its potential for future application in basin analysis; (2) ostracods are shown to be good paleoenvironmental indicators in the early Cretaceous and Tertiary; (3.
A well-preserved conodont fauna from the Pennsylvanian Excello Shale of Iowa, U. Merlynd K. Nestell, Bruce R. Wardlaw, and John P. Pope - online 31 Jul Earlyâ€“Middle Eocene Nummulites and isotope stratigraphy from the Nile Valley and Bahariya Oasis, Egypt.
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The Thermopolis Shale belongs to both the Colorado Group and Dakota Formation. Both historically and currently, the stratigraphic units in these groups, and in the Thermopolis Shale, have been unclear, and the nomenclature used by geologists is not standardized.
The identification of beds, members, and formations and their names have changed over time as y: United States. Laramie Basin, Wyoming, and North Park, Colorado; 8th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, Pages Stratigraphy of the Cloverly Formation, the Thermopolis Shale, and the Muddy Sandstone in Part of Southeastern Wyoming.
The Mowry Shale (Albian -Cenomanian) is an extensive mudrock dominated unit historically believed to represent a single, long -term deep water sequence within the Western Cordilleran Foreland Basin of North America. While the Mowry Shale has receiv ed study for almost a century, detailed stratigraphic context is still : Jordan M Bremer.
Rocks of the Thermopolis consist of: 1.) basal gray to black carbonaceous shale about 60 ft thick of marine origin, 2.) the Muddy Sandstone Member about 14 ft thick, 3.) a brown-gray, thin-bedded, fine grained, silty sandstone interbedded with thin-bedded siltstone and shale 50 ft thick that has a 2 ft thick lignite bed at top, and 4.) a 60 ft thick interval of sandy siltstone and shale interbedded with "typical".
Sequence stratigraphy of fine-grained shale interval in lacustrine basin exampled by Ordos Basin in China The late Cretaceous evolution of lakes and the corresponding depositional systems in the Ordos Basin of Northern China have been controlled by the changes in the lake level, the sediment supply, and the tectonic : Shu Jiang, Caineng Zou, Dazhong Dong, Wen Lin, Zhenlin Chen, LeiChen, Lanyu Wu, Wei Dang, Yajun Li.
Strati-eraphy and sequence stratigraphy of the Upper Carboniferous and Lower Permian in the Donets Basin. 1n: S. CnasqutN-Sot-eau & E. BenntsR (eds), Peri-Tethys Memoir 3: stratigraphy and. The marginal-shallow marine Nkporo Group is the basal lithostratigraphic unit of the Late Campanian–Maastrichtian successions of the Anambra Basin, Nigeria (Fig.
1, Fig. 2).A sequence stratigraphic model for the Group was developed by Nwajide and Reijers (), on the basis of stratigraphic analysis of a composite section located at Leru, near Okigwe ().Cited by: 6.
High-resolution seismic stratigraphy, sedimentology, and micropaleontology of accelerator mass spectrometer (AMS) radiocarbon-dated piston cores showed that deglaciation started very early in the. A basal unit of dark-gray to black shale, about feet thick, is part of the black shale widely distributed in Montana that is the stratigraphic equivalent of the Skull Crock shale of the Black Hills area (Cobban,p.
Overlying the black shale is dark-gray shale 50 feet or more thick that is cut by gray sandstone : Geological Survey.
Many areas of both California and the Great Basin contain diatom-bearing sediments which range in age from Late Cretaceous to Recent. The diatom assemblages in these rocks contain both short-ranging species that are useful for stratigraphic correlation and others, still represented in living assemblages elsewhere, that are useful for paleoecologic interpretations.Stratigraphy and biogeographic affinities of the late Aptian–Campanian ostracods of the Potiguar and Sergipe basins in northeastern Brazil.
Stratigraphic micropaleontology of Atlantic Basin and borderlands, Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy, 6 (), pp. E.M.H. NeufvilleOstracoda from the Eze-Aku shale (Turonian Cited by: 2. stratigraphy 11 generalized stratigraphic section 14 previous studies 20 cloverly-shell creek area 21 hyattville-tensleep-nowood creek area 27 thermopolis area 31 cody area 34 crooked creek-gypsum creek-warren area 37 bridger-western pryor mountain area 39 pryor-beauvais creek area 43 middle dome area 47 discussion: preferred terminology 48 3.