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Deadwood and Winnipeg Stratigraphy in South-Western Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch.

Deadwood and Winnipeg Stratigraphy in South-Western Saskatchewan.

by Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch.

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SeriesSaskatchewan Dept. of Mineral Resources Report -- 64
ContributionsFyson, W.
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  The Williston basin was formed creating a lowered land area during this period filling with the Winnipeg Sea. The Williston basin was mainly south of Saskatchewan but extended north into the Saskatchewan plains area.. Laurasia was created near the end of the Silurian Period. Laurasia was formed from the joining of Laurentia with Gondwana and two smaller continents which had broken off Moreover, proxy information from brine injection S. Whittaker, K. Worth / Energy Procedia 4 (2 11) 56 7– Author name / Energy Procedia 00 () – 5 associated with potash mining at Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, and other locations in the province indicates the Winnipeg-Deadwood interval has both excellent injectivity

Journal o[ Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 37 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam t Printed in The Netherlands GEOTHERMAL MEASUREMENTS IN A DEEP WELL AT REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN ALAN M. JESSOP1 and L.W. VIGRASS2 'Institute of Sedimentary and Petroleum Geology, Dept. Energy, Mines and Resources, Geological Survey of Canada, , 33rd --The stratigraphy of the Deadwood-Winnipeg interval in North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota / Clarence G. Carlson --Oil production from the "Spearfish" and Charles in the Newburg Field, Bottineau County, North Dakota / Ray Harrison, T.C. Larson --Succession of Lower Paleozoic rocks in the northern part of the Williston Basin / J.W

  North Dakota, southern Saskatchewan, northeast Wyoming, western South Dakota THICKNESS The Deadwood Formation reaches a thickness in excess of ft in west-central North Dakota (Figure 2). CONTACTS The upper contact is unconformable with the Black Island Formation of the Winnipeg Group. The lower contact is unconformable with the :// Visit Kijiji Classifieds to buy, sell, or trade almost anything! New and used items, cars, real estate, jobs, services, vacation rentals and more virtually anywhere in ://


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Deadwood and Winnipeg Stratigraphy in South-Western Saskatchewan by Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Petroleum and Natural Gas Branch. Download PDF EPUB FB2

of Van Hees's Deadwood and the m of Lefever's Deadwood with the much thicker m of "Deadwood" presently ascribed to western Saskatchewan. Conclusions 1) The lowermost Phanerozoic strata in western Sask­ atchewan are probably Middle Cambrian and corre­ late with the Cathedral, Stephen and Eldon Forma­ tions of southern :// Sedimentology and Stratigraphy of the Deadwood-Winnipeg Interval (Cambro-Ordovician), Williston Basin.

Richard D. LeFever. Abstract. The Deadwood Formation (Cambro-Ordovician) ranges in thickness from zero to more than feet ( m), and represents Stratigraphy and facies of Cambrian to Lower Ordovician strata in Saskatchewan Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 56(2) June with Reads The Winnipeg and Deadwood formations form deep clastic reservoirs in Saskatchewan, Canada, with temperatures exceeding 40°C over most of southern Saskatchewan and reaching °C in southwestern   Underlies Red River or Whitewood formation; unconformably overlies Deadwood formation.

Fossils. Age is Middle Ordovician (Chazyan to Trentonian). [Discussion is chiefly subsurface of North Dakota, northwestern South Dakota, eastern Montana, and Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada.] Source: :// Silurian Stratigraphy of Northern Manitoba, (9 p.) by B.

Norford: Ordovician and Silurian Stratigraphy of the Interlake Area, Manitoba, (7 p.) by J. Cowan: Ordovician Strata of the Hudson Bay Low-Lands in Northern Manitoba, (9 p.) by L. Cumming: Depositional Framework of the Winnipeg Formation in Manitoba and Eastern Saskatchewan, (10 p.) ›  › Agriculture and Resource Development.

This book, orportions ofit, maynotbe reproduced in anyform without written permission ofthe Geological Association ofCanada, Winnipeg Section. Additionalcopies can be purchased from the Geological Association ofCanada, Winnipeg Section. Details are given on   Figure 2. Regional stratigraphy of the Williston Basin in Saskatchewan (Fowler and Nisbet, ).

Deadwood Formation The Cambro-Ordovician Deadwood formation lies unconformably overtop of the Precambrian basement, and is the basal unit of the   McCabe, H. R.,Reservoir potential of the Deadwood and Winnipeg Formations in southwest Manitoba: Manitoba Dept Mines, Geologic PaperPaterson, D.F.,The stratigraphy of the Winnipeg Formation (Ordovician) of Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan Dept Mineral Resources, Report57 ://   Williston Basin Project (Targeted Geoscience Initiative II): Summary report on Paleozoic stratigraphy, mapping and hydrocarbon assessment, southwestern Manitoba by M.P.B.

Nicolas and D. Barchyn Winnipeg,reprinted with minor revisions January, Science, Technology, Energy and Mines Hon. Jim Rondeau Minister John Clarkson Deputy Minister #1) 1st day (22nd) - Winnipeg to Bismarck, ND km 6 1/4 hrs.

+ stops & border 2nd day (23rd) - Bismarck to Badlands, SD km 5 1/4 hrs. #2) 1st day (22nd) - Winnipeg to Sioux Falls, SD km 7 hrs. + stops & border. 2nd day (23rd) - Sioux Falls to Badlands, SD km 4 hrs. - Badlands to Rapid City, SD km 1 hr. I prefer option # 2 because you get the longer drive out of the way on   Deadwood Formation and related rocks, 23 Winnipeg Formation 28 Williston basin, occupies about one-fifth of the report area and Several isolated buttes in western South Dakota astern Montana rise to a little more than 4, feet, elevation of the highest butte in North Dakota is 3, The pre-Winnipeg sedimentary rocks of North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota are referred to as the Deadwood formation.

The Deadwood formation, as defined in this paper, ranges in thickness from being absent in northeastern North Dakota to a maximum of + feet in western North   Deadwood and Winnipeg Formations of Southern Saskatchewan S.

Bend Ward, Kimberley Lower Cretaceous Sparky Sandstone, Redwater Area, Central Alberta: Stratigraphy and Paleoenvironment K. Bergman Harvey, Douglas A Reservoir Characterization of Selected Ordovician, Devonian and Mississippian Dolostones from the Southeast Saskatchewan It is a large basin, covering approximatelysquare miles over parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana and parts of the adjacent Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

The basins deepest point is thought to be near Williston, ND where the Precambrian surface is more t feet below the :// TRILOBITES, BIOSTRATIGRAPHY, AND LITHOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE CREPICEPHALUS AND APHELASPIS ZONES, LOWER DEADWOOD FORMATION (MARJUMAN AND STEPTOEAN STAGES, UPPER CAMBRIAN), BLACK HILLS, SOUTH DAKOTA.

Journal: Journal of Paleontology. Publisher: Paleontological Deadwood Formation and Winnipeg Group Stratigraphy of Williston Basin. Journal:   2. Stratigraphy a) Deadwood and Earlie Formations Historically, the siltstones, shales, and sandstones which comprise the basal sedimentary sequence in western Saskatchewan have been assigned to the Deadwood Formation (Fyson, ; Fuzesy, ).

Recent work by Paterson (; this volume) suggests that the lower por­   The Winnipeg Formation is the basal sedimentary unit throughout much of southern and central Manitoba, Canada, where it forms a regional aquifer over most of its extent.

This aquifer is an important source of water in southeastern Manitoba and in Manitoba’s Interlake area, but in most other areas, groundwater within the aquifer is saline.

Chemical and isotopic evidence indicate the presence   The Middle Ordovician Winnipeg Formation also thickens into the Williston Basin but its distribution is opposite to that of the Cambrian in that it wedges out westward from Manitoba along an irregular, northerly oriented edge overlapping the Deadwood in western Saskatchewan (Norford et al., this volume, Chapter 9).

Schematic restored stratigraphic cross section, main ranges of the Rocky Mountains east to the plains, showing the Cambrian and Ordovician rocks of the Bow River–Kicking Horse transect (modified from Aitken,his figure 4, used with permission of the Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology).The Kicking Horse rim was the locus of the facies changes in the Middle Cambrian, late Late.

Gradationally overlies Black Island member of Winnipeg or, where absent, unconformably overlies Deadwood formation (revised). Fossils (conodonts).

Age is Middle Ordovician (Blackriverian to early Trentonian). [Discussion is chiefly subsurface of North Dakota, northwestern South Dakota, eastern Montana, and Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada.]Get this from a library! The economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Saskatchewan, Manitoba: Williston Basin Symposium, Billings, Montana, September[Montana Geological Society.

Conference;]  WILLISTON BASIN, MONTANA, NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA, AND SIOUX ARCH, SOUTH DAKOTA AND NEBRASKA, U.S. By James A. Peterson INTRODUCTION The yilliston basin is a structural-sedimentary intracratonic basin located on the western shelf of the Paleozoic North American craton.

The present-day basin occupies a large segment of the northern Great Plains