2 edition of Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera from the Smoky River area, Alberta found in the catalog.
Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera from the Smoky River area, Alberta
J. H. Wall
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by J.H. Wall.|
|Series||Bulletin / Research Council of Alberta -- 6, Bulletin (Research Council of Alberta) -- no. 6.|
|Contributions||Research Council of Alberta.|
|LC Classifications||QE772 .W32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
The Smoky Group is a stratigraphical unit of Late Cretaceous age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the Smoky River, and was first described in outcrops along the banks of the Smoky River, Spirit River and Pouce Coupe Rivers by George Mercer Dawson in Country: Canada. Abstracts: Basal Belly River Sandstone (Upper Cretaceous), Pembina Field, Alberta, Canada Daulat Singh Khamesra The basal Belly River sandstone in the Keystone area of the Pembina oil field, is part of a progradational sequence consisting of marine shale at the base, through beach sandstone to continental (lagoonal) coal beds at the top.
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Nineteen species and subspecies of foraminifera are figured and described. One of which is proposed as new from the upper part of the Kaskapau shale and the lower part of the Puskwaskau shale in the Smoky River area of Alberta, Western Canada.
Get this from a library. Upper Cretaceous foraminifera from the Smoky River area, Alberta. [John Hallett Wall]. Cenomanian-Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) foraminifera from the westernmost Colorado Plateau, southwest Utah, U.S.A Neil E. Tibert1 and R. Mark Leckie2 1Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, College Avenue, Jepson Science Center, University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg VA Foraminifera from the Pierre Shale (Upper Cretaceous) at Red Bird, Wyoming.
By JAMES F. MELLO STRATIGRAPHY, PALEONTOLOGY, AND SEDIMENTATION OF A CLASSIC REFERENCE LOCALITY OF THE PIERRE SHALE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER C.
Sixty-one foraminiferal taxa are described from the complete section of the Cited by: 4. THE AQUATIC ANGIOSPERM TRAPAGO ANGULATA FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS (MAASTRICHTIAN) ST. MARY RIVER FORMATION OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA RUTH A. STOCKEY' AND GAR W. ROTHWELL Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9, Canada; and Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Cited by: Lower Cretaceous Microfloras of the Peace River Area, Northwestern Alberta; Authors: Singh, C.
This differentiation within a given basin is seen today in the Gulf of California (Bandy, ), and may be noted in the Upper Cretaceous of northern California comparing the work of Takayanagi () and Trujillo ().Cited by: The Upper Cretaceous Cardium Formation is well exposed in outcrop below the Kananaskis Dam, at Seebe, Alberta (Figures 1 and 2).
Due to its Author: Marsha Wright. of Foraminifera in the Cretaceous of that area. PEEVIOUS INVESTIGATIONS Records of Foraminifera from the Greenhorn forma tion and Carlile shale in the Great Plains have foen scattered and meager.
The early reports included the names of a few species but did not associate species with lithologic by: 6. DANUTA PERYT. PLANKTIC FORAMINIFERA ZONATION OF THE UPPER CRETACEOUS IN THE MIDDLE VISTULA RIVER VALLEY, POLAND.
(plates ) PERYT D., Planktic Foraminifera zonation of the Upper Cretaceous in the Middle Vistula River valIey, Poland. new species of foraminifera from the upper cretaceous of the prairie provinces paperback – january 1, by Robert T.D.
Wickenden (Author)Author: Robert T.D. Wickenden. 2 PROCEEDINGSOFTHENATIONALMUSEUM vol CretaceousdepositsofsimilaragefromEuropeandelsewhere. Sinced'Orbigny'sworkin,suchauthorsasvonHagenow, Geinitz,Reuss,Alth. The lithostratigraphic interval between the marine Puskwaskau Formation (Smoky Group, Santonian–Campanian) and the fluvial Scollard Formation (early Maastrichtian) in west-central Alberta and easternmost British Columbia (Canada) is represented by the nonmarine deposits of the Wapiti by: Early Cretaceous foraminifera from the Middle and Upper Mannville and Lower Colorado subgroups in the Cold Lake Oil Sands area of east-central Alberta: stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental.
Equivalent beds in the Gething Formation between Smoky and Wolverine Rivers in the northern Alberta and northeastern British Columbia Foothills appear to be nonmarine, associated with a major deltaic complex.
Marine influence again is present in upper beds of the Gething Formation north of the Wolverine by: The Bad Heart Formation of northwestern Alberta is a coarsening-upward package of marine siltstone and sandstone of the Upper Cretaceous Smoky Group.
It rests erosionally on the Muskiki and Marshybank formations, the contact being marked by a sideritized pebble bed. It is disconformably overlain by the Dowling Member of the Puskwaskau by: 1. Large orbitolinids occur in the Payand6 area of the Upper Magdalena Valley (F. Colmenares, pers. comm., ) and deserve further study.
The present work is the first documented record of Early Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera in Colombia, as no real data have been previously reported or by: 4. The deep-sea, Upper Cretaceous through Paleocene benthic Foraminifera from the Mendez and Velasco Formation (Tampico Embayment, northeastern Mexico) were first described in classical papers of the s.
These faunas were among the first deep-water faunas of this age Author: Laia Alegret. FORAMINIFERA FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS BEARPAW FORMATION IN THE SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER VALLEY. REPORT NO [B.R. and G.E. Caldwell. North] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : B.R.
and G.E. Caldwell. North. This value differs substantially from Recent values in the area, such as the −‰ long term mean value observed in river water from the Smoky River northwest of Grande Prairie, and the long-term precipitation mean value of − ± ‰ observed to the southwest, in Edmonton (WISER/IAEA, ).
The comparatively high values inferred Author: Pierre Cockx, Ryan McKellar, Ryan McKellar, Ralf Tappert, Matthew Vavrek, Karlis Muehlenbachs. Basilemys morrinensis, a new species of nanhsiungchelyid turtle from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of Alberta, Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.
DOI: / INTRODUCTION Basilemys is a genus of large (»1 m long) nanhsiungchelyid turtles found in Upper Cretaceous coastal plain depositsCited by: 1.
A fragmentary bone from the Dinosaur Park Formation (Campanian) of Dinosaur Provincial Park (Alberta, Canada), originally described as a pterosaur tibiotarsus, is reinterpreted as the distal end of the tibiotarsus of a basal bird, probably an enantiornithine, on the basis of several distinctive by: 4.The Kaskapau Formation is a geological formation in North America whose strata date back to the Late Cretaceous.
The name derives from kaskapahtew (ᑲᐢᑲᐸᐦᑌᐤ), the Cree word for "smoky". It was first described on the banks of the Smoky River, close to the confluence with the Puskwaskau River by F.H. McLearn in Coordinates: 55°55′N °38′W / .