Last edited by Yogis
Monday, August 3, 2020 | History

2 edition of stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group of southwestern Saskatchewan found in the catalog.

stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group of southwestern Saskatchewan

D. M. Kent

stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group of southwestern Saskatchewan

by D. M. Kent

  • 194 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Dept. of Mineral Resources, Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch, Geology Division in [Regina] .
Written in

    Places:
  • Saskatchewan.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Devonian.,
    • Geology -- Saskatchewan.,
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Saskatchewan.,
    • Paleontology -- Devonian.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 35-36.

      Statementby D. M. Kent.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE194 .A27 no. 73
      The Physical Object
      Pagination51 p.
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL256611M
      LC Control Numbergs 68000010
      OCLC/WorldCa10188266

      COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Winnipeg Group in Southern Saskatchewan K. Bergman Collier, Brent Stratigraphy of the Paleoproterozoic Lower Manitou Falls B Member of the Deilmann pit,at Key Lake, Saskatchewan K. Bethune Chorney, Erin Geology of the Eagle Lake Area within the Beaverlodge Domain, Southwestern Rae Province, Saskatchewan K. Bethune K. Ashton.

      The Middle Devonian Upper Winnipegosis Unit, South-Central Saskatchewan D. Kent Nimegeers, Andrew Stratigraphic Relationships and Depositional Model of the Mississippian Midale Beds in the Steelman-Bienfait Area, Southteastern Saskatchewan H. Qing Cameron, Orrin The stratigraphy, Organic Petrology, and. 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 Formation. The Exshaw Formation is part of a global continuum of mudrocks deposited under anoxic conditions, representing a distinct interval in Earth’s climatic, terrestrial and marine evolution, and the generation of prolific.

      The Beaverhill Lake Group is a geologic unit of Middle Devonian to Late Devonian (late Givetian to Frasnian) age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin that is present in the southwestern Northwest Territories, northeastern British Columbia and Alberta. It was named by the geological staff of Imperial Oil in for Beaverhill Lake, Alberta, based on the core from a well that they had. The Upper Devonian Kettle Point Formation of southwestern Ontario consists of interbedded organic-rich black shales and organic-poor greyish green mudstones and red beds, the distribution of which were controlled by water depth, primary productivity, paleoclimate, and tectonism associated with the concurrent Acadian orogeny. Black shales were deposited under anoxic conditions and represent the.


Share this book
You might also like
Marketing information from USDA.

Marketing information from USDA.

use of pulsating stars in fundamental problems of astronomy

use of pulsating stars in fundamental problems of astronomy

Offender profiles

Offender profiles

academic & financial status of graduate students

academic & financial status of graduate students

The autobiography and correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany

The autobiography and correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany

Alphanumeric character displays.

Alphanumeric character displays.

Synthetic applications of alkylidene carbenes

Synthetic applications of alkylidene carbenes

Illustrated history of McDonald County, Missouri

Illustrated history of McDonald County, Missouri

Fodors Vienna.

Fodors Vienna.

Dynamics of vehicle-structure interaction

Dynamics of vehicle-structure interaction

Damper application manual for heating, ventilating and air conditioning.

Damper application manual for heating, ventilating and air conditioning.

Three centuries of advance, A.D.1500-A.D.1800.

Three centuries of advance, A.D.1500-A.D.1800.

Surely not, doctor!

Surely not, doctor!

Advertising programs for products with selected distribution

Advertising programs for products with selected distribution

Stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group of southwestern Saskatchewan by D. M. Kent Download PDF EPUB FB2

Duperow strata in Saskatchewan, which may partly be due to the poor understanding of this play. Figure 1 – Devonian stratigraphy of southeastern Saskatchewan, and internal stratigraphy of the Duperow Formation (location of type well, Longview et al Midale /W2; 97H, is.

southwest saskatchewan shaunavon gravelbourg joli fou viking fish scales belle fourche colorado group westgate anguard saskatchewan group duperow manitoba group elk point group souris river winnipegosis dawson bay 1 red bedst upper devonian devonian middle devonian lower devonian silurian ordovician upper silurian lower silurian upper.

The Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group, ter med as the Strathallen Bed and the Killdeer B ed in th e southwest Saskatchewan stratigraphic area. The. L J. Jones, “The Middle Devonian Winnipegosis Formation of Saskatchewanâ€, Saskatchewan Department of Mineral Resources, Report No.

98, Xiaofeng Luo et al. / Procedia Engineering () – [17] D.M. Kent, The geology the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group and equivalent rocks in western Saskatchewan and Cited by: 1. The Upper Devonian–Lower Mississippian Bakken Formation in the subsurface of the Williston Basin in northeastern Montana, North Dakota, southwestern Manitoba and southern Saskatchewan typically includes three members: the lower and upper organic-rich black shale, and the middle calcareous/dolomitic sandstone and siltstone, which makes a “perfect” petroleum system including Cited by: 4.

The sequence-stratigraphic framework of the Bakken Formation of west-central Saskatchewan includes deposition under open-marine and marginal-marine conditions. Open-marine black shales were deposited during late-stage transgression (TST1) and progradation of offshore siltstones during the subsequent highstand systems tract (HST).

The Upper Devonian-Lower Carboniferous Bakken Formation is present in the subsurface of the Williston Basin in northeastern Montana, North Dakota, southwestern Manitoba and southern Saskatchewan.

In the southeastern corner of Devonian/Carboniferous Three Forks Group as well as the stratigraphy of overlying and underlying strata (after. southwest saskatchewan shaunavon gravelbourg joli fou viking fish scales belle fourche group westgate anguard roseray saskatchewan group duperow manitoba group elk point group souris river winnipegosis ashern dawson bay prairie upper devonian devonian middle devonian lower devonian silurian ordovician upper silurian lower silurian upper.

Sedimentology, ichnology, and stratigraphic architecture of the upper Devonian-lower Mississippian Bakken Formation, west-central Saskatchewan A review of Three Forks Group stratigraphy in southeastern Saskatchewan.

Nickel; Summary of Investigations(Southeastern Saskatchewan and Southwestern Manitoba) Kirk G. Osadetz, P. The Upper Devonian (Fras-nian) Duperow Formation is a succession of carbonate and evaporite rocks, up to m thick, present in the subsurface of the Williston Basin of western Canada and the northern United States (Wilson, ).

The formation extends through southern Saskatchewan, southwestern Manitoba, northern Montana and northern North. Sedimentology and Petroleum Evaluation of the Upper Devonian Duperow Formation, Southwestern Manitoba Nancy Chow1, Kerry B.

Bates1,3, Lauren A. Eggie1,4 and Michelle P.B. Nicolas2 1 University of Manitoba, 2 Manitoba Geological Survey 3 Presently at Red River Energy Consultants Ltd., 4 Presently at Imperial Oil Ltd.

Introduction The Upper Devonian Duperow Formation in the Williston Basin is. Stratigraphic chart of the Upper Devonian-Lower Mississippian of Montana, Southern Saskatchewan, M anitoba, and North Dakota displaying the stratigraphy of the Bakken Formation (modi ed from.

Upper Devonian Duperow Formation in the Manitoba Potash Corporation core at W1, southwestern Manitoba (part of NTS 65K1) by M.P.B.

Nicolas and N. Chow1 GS Citation: Nicolas, M.P.B. and Chow, N. Stratigraphy, lithology and petroleum potential of the Upper Devonian Duperow For-mation in the Manitoba Potash.

the Elk Point Group into two subgroups (Lower and Upper Elk Point) using the Canadian Seaboard Ernestina Lake well (W4) as a reference well, and elevated the individual members to formations (Figure 1).

Grayston et al. () established a stratigraphic framework for the Elk Point Group in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and Law.

The Devonian Three Forks formation underlies the Late Devonian–Early Mississippian Bakken formation, which occurs in the Williston Basin of Montana and North Dakota (northern USA) and Saskatchewan (southern Canada).

Although the Bakken is currently a major hydrocarbon resource, the Three Forks is also considered a Bakken source rock and a. Southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada Chao Yang Saskatchewan Geological Survey Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources, Canada Summary This paper summarizes the stratigraphy, and oil reservoir and production characteristics of the Upper Devonian Torquay Formation in southeastern Saskatchewan, gleaned from examination of geophysical.

Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd(PRCL) is a global petroleum geoscience consulting firm, based in Calgary, offering services to clients in more than 40 countries around the world. Petrel Robertson has served the oil and gas industry, governments and regulators in Canada and around the world since Our team and network of associates provide an extensive range of technical and management.

Halabura, S.P.,Depositional Environments of the Upper Devonian Birdbear Formation, Saskatchewan: Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, p. Kent, D.The Geology of the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group and Equivalent Rock in Western Saskatchewan and Adjacent Areas: Saskatchewan Department of Mineral Resources, Rep p.

Lithology. The Manitoba Group is composed of alternating cycles of shale, carbonate and evaporite. Distribution. The Manitoba Group occurs in outcrop in southwestern Manitoba and in the sub-surface in southern Saskatchewan, North Dakota and Montana.

It reaches a maximum thickness of metres ( ft) in outcrop and up to metres ( ft) in the sub-surface. The Middle Devonian Winnipegosis reefs in the southern Saskatchewan portion of the Elk Point Basin contain extensive vadose diagenetic features, such as dissolution breccia, and cavities/caves filled by microbialite, pisolite and anhydrite.

Basinal facies adjacent to reef buildups are characterized by the Ratner laminite, which consists of three brining-upward successions of laterally.

1Geological Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada ([email protected]) Abstract The Upper Devonian-Lower Carboniferous Bakken Formation is deposited in the subsurface of the Williston Basin in northeastern Montana, North Dakota, southwestern Manitoba and southeastern Saskatchewan.

Now it is one of the most.In the southeast, the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group plays are controlled by the Williston Basin petroleum system. The Birdbear Formation hosts initial oil in place of million m3 and has yielded in total of million m3 of light to medium oil from a total of 59 production wells out of perforated wells.Kent, D.M., a.

The geology of the Upper Devonian Saskatchewan Group and equivalent rocks in western Saskatchewan and adjacent areas; Saskatchewan Department of Mineral Resources, Saskatchewan Industry and Resources (SIR) Report No. 99, p., 8 tables, 21 plates, 3 figures. 9 maps, 2 panel diagrams, 14 cross sections, in pocket.