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Preliminary magnetostratigraphic correlations in upper Fort Union River Formation (Paleocene) and lower Wasatch Formation (Eocene), northern Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana
|Statement||by Stephen L. Bressler and Donald P. Elston ; Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey|
|Series||Open file report -- 81-876, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-876|
|Contributions||Elston, Donald Parker, 1926-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: () Shallow ground water in selected areas in the Fort Union coal region, by Ground Water Subgroup of Water Work Group, Northern Great Plains Resource Program. 71 p., 18 figs., 12 tables. [Number assigned after report was published] OF Water resources of Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, by E.R. Cox. p. The Chinle Formation is an Upper Triassic continental geologic formation of fluvial, lacustrine, and palustrine to eolian deposits spread across the U.S. states of Nevada, Utah, northern Arizona, western New Mexico, and western Chinle is controversially considered to be synonymous to the Dockum Group of eastern Colorado and New Mexico, western Texas, the Oklahoma panhandle, and Overlies: Moenkopi Formation or Cutler Group.
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Get this from a library. Preliminary magnetostratigraphic correlations in upper Fort Union River Formation (Paleocene) and lower Wasatch Formation (Eocene), northern Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana. [Stephen L Bressler; Donald P Elston; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Preliminary magnetostratigraphic correlations in upper Fort Union River Formation book PRELIMINARY MAGNETOSTRATIGRAPHIC CORRELATIONS IN UPPER FORT UNION FORMATION (PALEOCENE) AND LOWER WASATCH FORMATION (EOCENE) NORTHERN POWDER RIVER BASIN, WYOMING AND MONTANA by Stephen L.
Bressler and Donald P. Elston Open File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed forCited by: 1.
Regional chronostratigraphic correlations in the southwestern part of the Williston Basin. The North Dakota Geological Survey (NDGS) elevates Fort Union Formation member names to formation status, except for those NDGS formation names that are shown in parentheses (Clayton et al., ).
Bressler, S. L., and Elston, D. P.,Preliminary magnetostratigraphic correlations in upper Fort Union Formation (Paleocene) and lower Wasatch Formation (Eocene), northern Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report38 p. Bureau of Land Management,Resource and potential reclamationCited by: 1. Magnetostratigraphy of the Lebo and Tongue River Members of the Fort Union Formation (Paleocene) in the northeastern Powder River Basin, Montana. Preliminary Magnetostratigraphic Analysis Of The Upper Cretaceous Kaiparowits Formation, Southern Utah.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology A–65A. Izett, G. A., and J. Obradovich. 4øAr/39Ar age constraints for the Jaramillo Normal Subchron. SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL DR in the Paleocene Fort Union Formation, western Wind River Basin, Wyoming, in Keefer, W.R., Metzger, W.
J., and Godwin, L.H., eds., Oil and gas and other resources of the Wind River Basin, depositional history of Upper Cretaceous and lower Tertiary rocks along the Utah Book and Roan Cliffs east of the. Larson DW. Diversity and variation of theropod dinosaur teeth from the uppermost Santonian Milk River Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Alberta: a quantitative method supporting identification of the oldest dinosaur tooth assemblage in Canada.
Can J Earth Sci. ; – doi/E Lawson DA. As well as establishing the alphabetized nomenclature for major coals in the Fort Union Formation, Collier and Knechtel () placed the Hell Creek-Fort Union contact at the top of their "Z" coal.
River and Tullock Members of the Fort Union Formation crop out. The predominant feature of rocks, but the Tertiary Fort Union Formation crops out at the tops of divides along the eastern grades downward into the sandy shales of the upper Bearpaw Formation.
Locally, a cross-bedded, fine- to medium-grained, upward-fining channel sandstone. With these new correlations, the composite Chinle Formation magnetic polarity stratigraphy of Zeigler and Geissman () is still reasonable for New Mexico.
However, development of a composite magnetic polarity stratigraphy for both Arizona and New Mexico is still problematic given the inability to correlate the lowest Chinle Formation units in the Chama Basin with sections in either west-central Cited by: 4.
Books and Monographs Received Through June Ecology, Vol. 89, Issue. 11, p. Cited by: First high-precision U–Pb CA–ID–TIMS age for the Battle Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Red Deer River valley, Alberta, Canada: implications for ages, correlations, and dinosaur biostratigraphy of the Scollard, Frenchman, and Hell Creek formations.
David A. Eberth, a Sandra L. Kamo bAuthor: David A. Eberth, Sandra L. Kamo. The Paleocene Fort Union Formation is widely exposed in the northern Rocky Mountain area. This study focuses on three-dimensional exposures of the Fort Union Formation along Polecat Bench in the northern Bighorn Basin ().Here, the formation consists of approximately m of channel sandstones, mudrocks, and freshwater carbonate lenses, and it has been interpreted as fluvial with floodplain Cited by: The stratigraphic sections show surface and subsurface correlations of some Upper Cretaceous and lower Tertiary rocks along the eastern flank of the Washakie basin and southeastern part of the Great Divide basin, Wyoming.
These rock crop out from near Baggs, Wyoming, to near Creston Junction, Wyoming, 50 mi (80km) to the north. Hypotypes: usnmFort Union Group, Missouri River valley near Fort Clark, North Dakota; usnm andTongue River or Sentinel Butte Formation, Yellow- stone River valley near junction with the Missouri, McKenzie County, North Dakota.
Ninety-five horizons were sampled from nine separate sections, with a composite stratigraphic range from the upper part of the Hell Creek Formation, through the Bear and Lebo Members of the Fort Union Formation, and into the lower part of the Melville Member of the Fort by: 2.
Isometric log ratios for Powder River Basin showing: (a) b1 versus b2 (SBP based on Table 2), with outliers in the Fort Union Formation circled (i) (see Supporting Information for well IDs), and alluvial/artesian wells water samples with compositional hydrochemistry similar to CSG groundwater marked as (ii) (see Supporting Information for well Cited by: Tfu is Paleocene Fort Union Formation; Twl is upper Paleocene and lower Eocene Willwood Formation.
Blue localities are Tiffanian; green localities are Clarkforkian, and red to yellow localities represent the Wasatchian land-mammal age. Red stars are localities with Wa-0 faunas in the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum or PETM interval.
40 Ar/ 39 Ar age and correlation of the nonmarine Two Medicine Formation (Upper Cretaceous), northwestern Montana, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Cited by: Full text of "The Heart Mountain Overthrust, Wyoming" See other formats Early Journal Content on JSTOR, Free to Anyone in the World This article is one of nearlyscholarly works digitized and made freely available to everyone in the world by JSTOR.
The top of the Fort Union formation in this region is a persistent unconformity at. Wasatch formation. In Powder River basin, includes Kingsbury and Moncrief members.
Overlies Fort Union formation; underlies White River formation. Base in some areas arbitrarily placed at top of Rowland coal. Age is Eocene. Source: US geologic names lexicon (USGS Bull.
p. Exposures of the lower two thirds of the Tongue River Member of the Paleocene Fort Union Formation were measured along the Powder River valley in southeastern Montana in the Moorhead and Birney-Broadus coalfields.
This report documents the stratigraphic variations, lateral continuity of partly eroded coal beds along the line of section, and shows ten sections for the Tongue River Member in.
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and Hettinger, R.D.,Cross section showing correlations of Upper Cretaceous Fox Hills Sandstone and Lance Formation, and lower Tertiary Fort Union and Wasatch formations, southeastern Washakie basin, Wyoming, and eastern Sand Wash basin, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Investigations Series Map, I.
i / chart showing correlations of upper cretaceous fox hills sandstone and lance formation, and lower tertiary fort union, wasatch, and green river formations, from the eastern flank of the washakie basin to the southeast part of the great divide basin, wyoming, $ Forty-one anomalous areas in the Powder River Basin were drilled; of these, three in Converse County were found to contain possible commercial ore bodies.
All of the drilling was done in the Wasatch formation of Eocene age except one locality, which was in the Fort Union formation of Paleocene age. This study reports on a new ceratopsid, Spiclypeus shipporum gen et sp. nov., from the lower Coal Ridge Member of the Judith River Formation in Montana, USA, which dates to ~76 Ma (upper Campanian).
The species is distinguished by rugose dorsal contacts on the premaxillae for the nasals, laterally projecting postorbital horncores, fully fused and anteriorly curled P1 and P2 Cited by: Geologic Characterization and Coalbed Methane Occurence QAe STATISTICAL VIEW.
The fossil flora of the John Day Basin, as set forth in the preceding pages, is seen to be a rich and interesting one. Although the present enumeration comprises all that is now known regarding the fossil plants, it is probably still far from complete, as every collection contains a good proportion of new forms.
Abstract. Terrestrial sediments from the Bighorn Basin and contiguous Clarks Fork Basin of northwestern Wyoming have yielded the best record of late Paleocene and early Eocene mammalian evolution known anywhere in the world (see Gingerich, ).Fossils preserved in sediments of the Fort Union and Willwood Formations, mostly avulsion belt and overbank deposits (Kraus and Asian, ; Kraus Cited by: 7.
USGS Miscellaneous Investigations Series Map I Chart showing correlations of upper Cretaceous Fox Hills sandstone and Lance formation, and lower Tertiary Fort Union, Wasatch, and Green River formations, from the eastern flank of the Washakie Basin to the southeastern part of the Great Divide Basin, Wyoming.
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Age Stratigraphic Unit PublicationA, k Trout Peak Trachyandesite Smedes & Prostka, B, f Sepulcher Formation Smedes & Prostka, C, Wiggins Formation Bown, D, Wiggins Formation Bown, E, Wiggins Formation Bown, F, Wiggins Formation Bown, G, f Wiggins Formation Bown, H, Depositional Environments and Petrology of the Fort Union Formation Near Livingston, Montana: An Evaluation as a Host for Sandstone Type Uranium Mineralization (84 pp.) Director: Ian Lange The Fort Union Formation in the western Crazy Mountain basin is a syntectonic series of coalessing alluvial fans, deposited by southAuthor: Joseph T.
Piombino. Localities and Geological Setting. Across the Williston Basin, the Paleocene Fort Union Formation is widely exposed and has been the focus of many studies assessing the sedimentology, lithostratigraphy, geochronology and paleontology of the Paleocene and the response of terrestrial ecosystems to the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinctions (e.g., Lloyd ; Lloyd and Hares ; Thom Cited by: 1.
The Hell Creek Formation in Montana overlies the Fox Hills Formation and underlies the Fort Union Formation, and the boundary with the latter occurs near the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary (K-Pg), which defines the end of the Cretaceous period and has been dated to 66 ± Ma old.
The 90 metres ( ft) thickness of the formation is estimated to have been deposited in about 2 million : Geological formation. A new centrosaurine ceratopsid, Albertaceratops nesmoi, is described from the lower Oldman Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of southern Alberta, and is based on a single, almost complete ed material is described from equivalent beds in the Judith River Formation of north-central Montana.
A limited phylogenetic analysis of the Ceratopsidae places the new taxon as the basal Cited by: biostratigraphy and correlation of vertebrate and plant fossils from the wind river formation (ypresian, early to middle eocene) of central wyoming in north america.
journal of vertebrate paleontology. chronostratigraphic constrained asian early paleogene strata and .Fluvial architecture of dinosaur bonebeds in the Cretaceous Judith River Formation, south-central Montana, has been the subject of intensive paleontological study for many years.
However, little has been published on the sedimentology of the formation in this area. The authors have completed a.