2 edition of Frontier, Cody, and Mesaverde Formations in the Wind River and southern Bighorn Basins, Wyoming found in the catalog.
Frontier, Cody, and Mesaverde Formations in the Wind River and southern Bighorn Basins, Wyoming
William Richard Keefer
|Statement||by William R. Keefer.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper 495-E. Geology of the Wind River Basin, central Wyoming, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 495-E., Geology of the Wind River Basin, central Wyoming.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 495-E, QE685 .P9 no. 495-E|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, E 1-E 23 p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||74188170|
Lance Formation, Fox Hills Sandstone, Meeteetse Formation, and Bearpaw and Lewis Shales (Upper Cretaceous) at surface, covers 4 % of this area. In the Bighorn Basin consists of Lance, Meeteetse and, in the southeastern part, tongue of Lewis Shale; in the northern part of the Wind River Basin, of Lance, Meeteetse, and Lewis, and, in the southeastern part of the basin, of Lance and Lewis; on the. Woods, Lawrence M. Wyoming’s Bighorn Basin to A Late Frontier. Seattle: The Arthur H. Clark Company, Illustrations. The maps of the mountains around the Bighorn Basin and of the Wind and Bighorn rivers are both from Wikipedia. The photo of the Bighorn River and Hot Springs State Park is by Ildar Sagdejev, from Wikipedia. Used with.
Hydrocarbon potential in the Mesaverde and above within the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming. Full Record Lance, and Mesaverde formations have proven their productivity in the Wind River and greater Green River basins. These same formations occur in the Big Horn Basin but have not experienced any major exploration effort. Wind River Aquifer Wind River Aquifer is composed of the Eocene Wind River formation Wells completed in the Wind River Aquifer are generally for stock and domestic, characterized by relatively low yields and poorer water quality (Morris et al. ; Whitcomb and Lowry, ; McGreevy et al., ; Libra et al. ; Daddow, ).
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KEEFER GEOLOGY OF THE WIND RIVER BASIN, CENTRAL WYOMING GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER E Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey of Wyoming and the Department of.
General Information. Title: Frontier, Cody, and Mesaverde Formations in the Wind River and southern Bighorn basins, Wyoming Author(s): Keefer, W.R. Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper E [p.E1-E23] Larger Work: Geology of the Wind River basin, central Wyoming Publication Date: Map Scale:Cody shale.
In Wind River Mountains, consists of about 4, feet of dark-gray shales interbedded with thin sandstone members. Overlies Frontier formation; underlies Mesaverde formation.
Name Cody preferred to Steele because Cody was described as resting on the Frontier in Bighorn basin whereas the Steele was described as resting on the Niobrara. Abstract. Stratigraphic and structural analysis of the Wind River and Bighorn basins of central Wyoming are in progress.
One result has been the development of spectral stratigraphy, an approach to stratigraphic analysis that uses photogeologic and spectral interpretation of multispectral image data combined with topographic information to remotely characterize thickness and lithology of.
the Wind River and Bighorn basins, was preliminary and thus incomplete, making this the first intensive study of the nonmammalian faunas of the Mesaverde Formation (see DeMar, Jr.
and Breithaupt. Wind River Mountains: Fremont: WY: in road cut on W side on road S from Gypsum Creek Road w1/2s20enrw: Cretaceous Lower: Cloverly: invertebrates: WY w1/2s20enrw |,-Fremont,Sublette: WY: 40km SE On Beaver Creek in Wind River Mountains on W side of Horseshoe Canyon NE1/4S15T30NR97W: Permian: Park City: bivalves-Kaibabella.
The Wind River Canyon is a crack in time, 17 miles long, to 3, feet wide and 2, feet deep. The road through the canyon has over feet elevation climb southward and crosses rocks recording about 3 billion years in time.
Wind River Canyon is a scenic Wyoming canyon on the Wind River. It is located between the towns of Shoshoni and Thermopolis and is a popular stop for visitors to Yellowstone National is accessible by U.S. Highway 20 and Wyoming Highway It was designated as a Wyoming. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.
Saved in: Outcrops, fossils, geophysical logs, and tectonic interpretations of the upper Cretaceous Frontier Formation and contiguous strata in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming and Montana.
Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Merewether, E. Assessment of continuous oil and gas resources in the Niobrara Interval of the Cody Shale, Wind River Basin Province, Wyoming, / Published: () New vitrinite reflectance data for the Wind River Basin, Wyoming / by: Pawlewicz, M.
J., et al. Published: (). a| Geological Survey professional paper E. Geology of the Wind River Basin, central Wyoming a| "Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey of Wyoming and the Department of Geology of the University of Wyoming as part of a program of the Department of the Interior for development of the Missouri River Basin.".
age of the Frontier Formation and associated rocks, central and southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming—Surface to subsurface correlation: The Mountain Geologist, v. 46, no. 4, p. – Geologic unit mapped in Wyoming: Mesaverde Formation (north Wyoming) - Light-colored massive to thin-bedded sandstone, gray sandy shale, and coal beds.
In Jackson Hole locally contains gold-bearing quartzite conglomerate. North of North Fork Powder River east of the Bighorn Mountains, consists solely of the Parkman Sandstone Member. Mesaverde Group (South Wyoming) - Includes Almond Formation.
basin, Wyoming I B Paleozoic formations in the wind river basin Wyoming I C Cenozoic geology of the granite mountains area, central wyoming I D Structural geology of the wind river basin, wyoming I E Frontier, cody, and mesaverde formations in the wind river and southern bighorn basins, wyoming.Central Wyoming I D Structural Geology of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming I E Frontier, Cody, and Mesaverde Formations in the Wind River and Southern Bighorn Basins, Wyoming I B Geochemistry and Paleolimnology of the Trona Deposits and Associated Authigenic Minerals of the.PP E / Keefer, W.
R. / FRONTIER, CODY, AND MESAVERDE FORMATIONS IN THE WIND RIVER AND SOUTHERN BIGHORN BASINS, WYOMING,pb, 23 pages, 3 plates (in pocket), 9 figs., 2 tables, $ 25 PP A / Bradley, W.
H. / GEOLOGY OF GREEN RIVER FORMATION AND ASSOCIATED EOCENE ROCKS IN SOUTHWEST ERN WYOMING AND ADJACENT PARTS OF .