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TitleScollard/Willow Creek/Coalspur formations: summary of literature and concepts
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AuthorHamblin, A P
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Open File 6555, 2010, 25 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/285401 (Open Access)
Year2010
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentopen file
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatpdf
ProvinceAlberta; Saskatchewan
NTS64E; 64L; 64M; 74E; 74F; 74G; 74H; 74I; 74J; 74K; 74L; 74M; 74N; 74O; 74P
AreaCypress Hills; Foothills; Plains
Lat/Long WENS-112.0000 -102.0000 60.0000 57.0000
Subjectsstratigraphy; paleontology; sedimentology; stratigraphic correlations; stratigraphic analyses; sedimentary rocks; siltstones; sandstones; mineral occurrences; uranium; hydrocarbons; gas; hydrocarbon potential; mineral potential; groundwater; groundwater resources; petrography; magnetostratigraphy; paleocurrent analyses; paleocurrents; Willow Creek Formation; Scollard Formation; Coalspur Formation; Cenozoic; Tertiary; Mesozoic; Cretaceous
Illustrationsstratigraphic sections; stratigraphic correlations; logs
ProgramUranium, GEM: Geo-mapping for Energy and Minerals
Released2010 05 14
AbstractThis Open File represents a brief summary of information, gleaned from published literature, on the geology of the Scollard, Willow Creek and Coalspur formations (and equivalents), of Upper Cretaceous-Tertiary age. This compendium, and the enclosed references, can provide a background to further research on these strata, which have both scientific and economic interest. These clastic, generally non-marine rocks are well-exposed in certain localized parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan, include the famed K-T boundary, and also harbour significant potential for shallow gas, coal-bed methane, uranium, and groundwater resources.
GEOSCAN ID285401