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TitleRevised geological map and stratigraphy of the Athabasca Group, Saskatchewan and Alberta
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AuthorRamaekers, P; Jefferson, C W; Yeo, G M; Collier, B; Long, D G F; Drever, G; McHardy, S; Jiricka, D; Cutts, C; Wheatley, K; Catuneanu, O; Bernier, S; Kupsch, B; Post, R
SourceEXTECH IV: Geology and Uranium EXploration TECHnology of the Proterozoic Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan and Alberta; by Jefferson, C W (ed.); Delaney, G (ed.); Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin no. 588, 2007 p. 155-191; 1 CD-ROM, https://doi.org/10.4095/223754
Year2007
Alt SeriesSaskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication 18
Alt SeriesGeological Association of Canada, Mineral Deposits Division, Special Publication 4
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentserial
Lang.English
Mediapaper; CD-ROM
RelatedThis publication is contained in Jefferson, C W; Delaney, G; (2007). EXTECH IV: Geology and Uranium EXploration TECHnology of the Proterozoic Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin no. 588
RelatedThis publication is contained in Jefferson, C W; Delaney, G; (2007). EXTECH IV: Geology and Uranium EXploration TECHnology of the Proterozoic Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin no. 588
ProvinceAlberta; Saskatchewan
NTS64E/13; 64L/03; 64L/04; 64L/05; 64L/06; 64L/12; 64L/13; 74E/15; 74E/16; 74F/07; 74F/08; 74F/09; 74F/10; 74F/11; 74F/12; 74F/13; 74F/14; 74F/15; 74F/16; 74G; 74H/04; 74H/05; 74H/06; 74H/07; 74H/09; 74H/10; 74H/11; 74H/12; 74H/13; 74H/14; 74H/15; 74H/16; 74I; 74J; 74K; 74L; 74M/01; 74M/02; 74M/08; 74N/01; 74N/02; 74N/03; 74N/04; 74N/05; 74N/06; 74N/07; 74N/08; 74N/11; 74N/12; 74O/01; 74O/02; 74O/03; 74O/04; 74O/05; 74O/06; 74O/07; 74O/08; 74P/01; 74P/02; 74P/03; 74P/04; 74P/05; 74P/06; 74P/07
AreaLake Athabasca; Cree River; Cree Lake; Fond du lac; Stony Rapids; Fort Chipewyan; Richardson River; Wollaston Lake
Lat/Long WENS-112.0000 -103.0000 59.7500 57.0000
Subjectsstratigraphy; geochronology; uranium; sedimentation; unconformities; sedimentary rocks; sandstones; conglomerates; mudstones; arenites; bedrock geology; basins; sedimentary basins; lithostratigraphy; Archean; lithofacies; depositional environment; sedimentary environments; sedimentary structures; Athabasca Basin; Athabasca Group; Fair Point Formation; Read Formation; Smart Formation; Manitou Falls Formation; Warnes Member; Raibl Member; Lazenby Lake Formation; Wolverine Point Formation; Locker Lake Formation; Otherside Formation; Douglas Formation; Carswell Formation; Precambrian; Proterozoic
Illustrationssketch maps; tables
ProgramAthabasca Uranium Multi-disciplinary Study, Exploration Science and Technology (EXTECH IV) Initiative, 2000-2003
ProgramNorthern Resources Development Program
ProgramSecure Canadian Energy Supply
Released2007 07 20
AbstractFour unconformity-bounded quartzose fluvial sequences filled the Athabasca Basin between about 1760 Ma and 1500 Ma, each with distinct subbasin architecture, grain-size distribution, and paleocurrent directions. Maximum thickness of the Athabasca Group at any one place is about 1500 m, although much has been eroded and the aggregate stratotype thickness is 3800 m. Sequence 1 is Fair Point Formation (conglomeratic Lobstick and pebbly quartz arenite Beartooth members). Sequence 2 begins with conglomeratic Read Formation in the east and sandy Smart Formation in the west, overlain by Manitou Falls Formation (conglomeratic Bird, sandy Collins, and clay-intraclast-rich Dunlop members in the east and centre; sandy Warnes Member to the southeast and pebbly sandy Raibl Member to the northeast). Sequence 3 includes the Lazenby Lake Formation (conglomeratic Hodge, sandy-muddy Clampitt, pebbly Shiels, and sandy Larter members), and the Wolverine Point Formation (mudstone-rich Brule and sandy Claussen members). Sequence 4 comprises
Locker Lake Formation (pebbly Snare, conglomeratic Brudell, and pebbly Marsin members), Otherside Formation (pebbly Archibald and sandy Birkbeck members), Douglas Formation quartz arenite and carbonaceous mudstone, and Carswell Formation stromatolite and oolite with minor basal siliciclastic interbeds.
GEOSCAN ID223754