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TitleGeology, Maycroft, Alberta
AuthorMcMechan, M E; Stockmal, G S
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Canadian Geoscience Map 25, 2013, 1 sheet,
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Maps1 map
Map Info.geological, bedrock geology, 1:50,000
ProjectionUniversal Transverse Mercator Projection, zone 11 (NAD83)
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatreadme
File formatpdf; rtf; xml; shp; xls; JPEG2000
Lat/Long WENS-114.5000 -114.0000 50.0000 49.7500
Subjectsstratigraphy; structural geology; bedrock geology; sedimentary rocks; dolostones; sandstones; limestones; conglomerates; argillites; shales; mudstones; siltstones; lithology; stratigraphic correlations; structural features; faults; faults, thrust; folds; Porcupine Hills Formation; Willow Creek Formation; St. Mary River Formation; Bearpaw Formation; Belly River Formation; Dead Horse Coulee Formation; Pakowki Formation; Milk River Group; Virgelle Formation; Telegraph Creek Formation; Alberta Group; Wapiabi Formation; Cardium Formation; Blackstone Formation; Crowsnest Formation; Beaver Mines Formation; Mill Creek Formation; Gladstone Formation; Cadomin Formation; Dalhousie Formation; Kootenay Group; Elk Formation; Mist Mountain Formation; Morrissey Formation; Fernie Formation; Spray River Group; Sulphur Mountain Formation; Rocky Mountain Supergroup; Misty Formation; Rundle Group; Etherington Formation; Mount Head Formation; Livingstone Formation; Banff Formation; Paleozoic; Ordovician; Silurian; Devonian; Cambrian; Mississippian; Permian; Pennsylvanian; Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous; Quaternary
Illustrationslocation maps
ProgramGeoscience for New Energy Supply (GNES) - Program Corrdination, Geoscience for New Energy Supply (GNES)
Released2013 09 13
AbstractThe 1:50 000-scale bedrock geological map of Maycroft (NTS 82-G/16) is the result of geological fieldwork conducted in 1993 through 1996, combined with reinterpretation of pre-existing maps. The area covered by the map extends from the Alberta syncline westward to the inner part of the southern Rocky Mountain Foothills. From east to west, the bedrock geology is characterized by gently dipping Upper Cretaceous to Paleocene clastic strata in the Alberta syncline, a zone of hinterland-vergent thrust faults and folds developed in Upper Cretaceous clastic strata that form the upper detachment of a complex triangle zone, and a broad region of foreland-vergent thrust faults and folds developed in Mississippian to Upper Cretaceous strata. The triangle zone and Livingstone Thrust dominate the structural geology. Deformation is thin skinned and of probable Late Cretaceous to Early Tertiary age. A few east-trending, syndepositional faults affected Mississippian carbonate sedimentation. A depocentre for late Albian explosive volcanism occurs along Daisy Creek.