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Mannville Group and Associated Lower Cretaceous Clastic Rocks in Southwestern Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Geological Sciences Branch.

Mannville Group and Associated Lower Cretaceous Clastic Rocks in Southwestern Saskatchewan.

by Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Geological Sciences Branch.

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SeriesSaskatchewan Dept. of Mineral Resources Report -- 96
ContributionsMaycok, I.
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Open LibraryOL21793692M

The Cretaceous is a geologic period and system that spans 79 million years from the end of the Jurassic Period million years ago (mya) to the beginning of the Paleogene Period mya. relations. Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and provenance of the Lower Cretaceous Jackass Mountain Group, Chilko Lake area, British Columbia, Canada. deposits that accumulated in close proximity to an active volcanic arc system and older uplifted volcanoplutonic arc rocks. Correlation between disparate Cretaceous sedimentary packages was tested by.

southwestern Manitoba, but have yet to be correlated successfully into the subsurface (Nico-las et al., ). These Babcock beds are suspected to be correlative to the Boyne sand, which is a productive shallow-gas reservoir in the Kamsack area of southwestern Saskatchewan (Nicolas et al., ). Stratigraphy and cyclothems.   Scaling relationships developed from modern fluvial deposits provide useful guidance for interpretation of the stratigraphic record. At the system level, fluvial channel depth and the related thicknesses of channel-belt sand bodies scale to contributing drainage area, whereas, at the local to subregional level, characteristic width-thickness ratios exist for muddy abandoned channel fills (

Rock and Mineral Collecting in Canada: Volume I: Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba Paperback – January 1, by Ann P. Sabina (Author)5/5(1). Pages in category "Cretaceous Saskatchewan" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().


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Mannville Group and Associated Lower Cretaceous Clastic Rocks in Southwestern Saskatchewan by Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Geological Sciences Branch. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mannville Group (Lower Cretaceous) of Central Alberta. Gordon D. Williams. ABSTRACT. Relief on the sub-Mannville unconformity, carved by northwesterly-flowing subsequent rivers prior to and during early Mannville time, is of the order of to feet.

At the beginning of late Mannville time an Arctic sea transgressed southward. Petroleum Geology of the Cretaceous Mannville Group, Western Canada — Mem Pages Regional Sedimentology, Sequence Stratigraphy and Petroleum Geology of the Mannville Group: Southwestern Saskatchewan.

Dale A. Leckie, Nancy A. Vanbeselaere, David P. James. Abstract. The Lower Cretaceous Blairmore Group of the Alberta Foothills is a thick wedge of non-marine detrital strata divisible into three formations that correlate with the Mannville Group and overlying Joli Fou-Viking (Bow Island) succession of the Plains.

Lower Cretaceous sediments in Alberta have been the subject of many geological investigations due to economic interest in their coal, oil and gas bearing members.

The Mannville Group consists of Lower Cretaceous sediments in the plains of central Alberta and Saskatchewan. This projectAuthor: Paul Kavanagh. The coal-bearing strata of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group (Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, South Central Alberta), PART 2: Factors controlling the.

Trapping of oil at intra-Mannville (Lower Cretaceous) disconformity in Lloydminster area, Alberta and Sask. Bulletin of American Association of Petroleum Geologists, v. 61, p. The coal in the Hudson Bay area of eastern Saskatchewan all occur in the Lower Cretaceous Cantuar Formation of the Mannville Group.

The Cantuar Formation in this area can be seen infilling paleo-topographic lows on the Sub-Cantuar Unconformity surface. The mechanisms for. The Canadian oil sands reserves are among the largest of their kind in the world. The three major deposits in north-central Alberta are all hosted in Mannville Group (Lower Cretaceous) rocks and are estimated at × 10 9 m 3 ( × 10 12 barrels) of oil and bitumen in place (Porter, ).Cited by: During the Aptian–earliest Albian interval, most of the Western Interior Basin was occupied by fluvial and estuarine systems assigned to such units as the Mannville Group in Alberta–Saskatchewan, and the Kootenai Formation of Montana (note that this unit is not the same as the Lower Cretaceous Kootenay Formation of Alberta).Cited by:   The Albian to Santonian Colorado Group in the heavy oil area of Cold Lake, east-central Alberta represents a relatively condensed section of shale-dominated sedimentation within the Western Interior Sea.

These shales form the cap rock to the underlying Clearwater and Grand Rapids formations that are exploited for bitumen extraction. Two cores covering the entire Colorado Group provide a Cited by: The Lower Mannville Group of south-central Alberta represent part of an extensive Early Cretaceous drainage system incised into Paleozoic carbonates and shales.

Sediments were deposited as debris flows, in bars of low sinuosity, sandy braided rivers, and in shallow fresh to brackish water lakes. Late Aptian-Early Albian transgression of the Moosebar-Clearwater Sea lead to formation of a large Author: Ellen M.

Sonneveld. The Upper Jurassic Vanguard and Lower Cretaceous Mannville Groups of southwestern Saskatchewan (Report - Dept. of Mineral Resources) [Christopher, James Ellis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Upper Jurassic Vanguard and Lower Cretaceous Mannville Groups of southwestern Saskatchewan (Report - Dept. of Mineral Resources)Author: James Ellis Christopher. Group, Lower Cretaceous) in the Jenner Upper Mannville “E” Pool, southeast Alberta André M.

Koladich* and R.W.C. Arnott Department of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa, Louis Pasteur St., Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 [email protected] ABSTRACT The Jenner Upper Mannville “E” Pool in southeast Alberta contains an estimated. Stott, D.F. The Cretaceous Smoky Group, Rocky Mountain Foothills, Alberta and British Columbia.

Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinp. Stott, D.F. Lower Cretaceous Fort St. John Group and Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation of the Foothills and Plains of Alberta, British Columbia, District of Mackenzie and Yukon Territory.

A new stratigraphic framework for the Upper Colorado Group (Cretaceous) in southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada Karsten Schjødt Nielsen Nexen Inc., – Cited by: Geology and morphology of Cretaceous coal basins, The Pas area, west-central Manitoba (parts of NTS 63F4, 5) clastic sedimentary rocks followed by a thick sequence of interbedded platform carbonate (limestone, dolomite) to the Cantuar Formation of the Mannville Group in Saskatchewan (Nicolas, ).

Coal deposits. PSIchnology and the Characterization of Brackish-Water Paleoenvironments Within the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group of West-Central Saskatchewan and East-Central Alberta, Canada* Alireza Morshedian1, James A. MacEachern2 and Shahin E. Dashtgard2 Search and Discovery Article # () Posted Novem Summary of Facies, Sedimentology and Stratigraphy of Northwestern Saskatchewan’s Bitumen Bearing Lower Cretaceous Dina Member (Mannville Group) Konstantinovskaya, E.*; M.

Malo and D.A. Castillo Present-day Stress Analysis in the St. Lawrence Lowlands from Borehole Breakouts and. Ichnology and the Characterization of Brackish-Water Paleoenvironments Within the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group of West-Central Saskatchewan and East-Central Alberta, Canada Alireza Morshedian, James A.

MacEachern, and Shahin E. Dashtgard Department of Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University, University Drive Burnaby, British Columbia. Figure 2.

Generalized stratigraphic chart of Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks exposed in southwestern and south-central Saskatchewan. Stratigraphic age relationship of Whitemud facies in the Cypress, Wood Mountain, and Willow Bunch coal basins are interpreted from Broughton ().

The recognition and implications of a single composite submarine canyon fill interpretation for Late Cretaceous Nanaimo Group strata on Hornby and Denman Islands, B.C. Hydrocarbon Potential and Depositional Environment of the Lower Cretaceous Garbutt Formation, Liard Basin, Canada Southwestern Saskatchewan: Hill, Steve R.

How to.NAGTEGAAL, P.J.C. Clastic reservoir rocks - origin, dia-genesis and quality. In: The Sedimentation of the North Sea Reservoir Rocks.

Norwegian Petroleum Society, Cited by: 2.Figure 1. Geological sketch map of the southern Interior Plains of Canada to show the distribution of Lower and Upper Cretaceous rocks and the principal geographical localities. Cretaceous rocks are largely buried beneath gla­ cial deposits of Pleistocene age, where many key sections have been cored in the subsurface, and.