2 edition of Deadwood and Winnipeg stratigraphy in southwestern Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
Deadwood and Winnipeg stratigraphy in southwestern Saskatchewan
William Kemball Fyson
|Statement||by W. K. Fyson.|
|Series||Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Report, no. 64, Report (Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources) ;, no. 64.|
|LC Classifications||QE194.A27 no. 64|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||gs 68000022|
The deposit of Saskatchewan Potash Basin lies in Devonian Elk Point Basin, which is the extension of southerly Williston Basin. Elk Point Basin covers north Alberta, south Saskatchewan, southwest Manitoba, North Dakota and northeast Montana and it shapes as a narrow northwest-to-southeast direction basin in size of 1, km by km (Fig. 2). The sandstone is thought to be a remnant of the Middle Ordovician Winnipeg Formation but the Winnipeg is normally restricted to eastern Saskatchewan. The deeper part of this well penetrates a thick development of Middle Cambrian Earlie and Basal sandstone adjacent to a Precambrian high encountered in W4.
The Winnipeg formation of this area consists of sandstone, shale and siltstone ranging in thickness from 0 at its erosional edge in eastern North Dakota to a maximum of feet in northwestern North Dakota. The Winnipeg formation lies unconformably on the Deadwood formation except in northeastern North Dakota where it lies on Precambrian rocks. 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 the back cover. Electronic Capture,
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The Deadwood Formation is a geologic formation of the Williston Basin and Western Canada Sedimentary is present in parts of North and South Dakota and Montana in the United States, and in parts of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and southwestern corner of Manitoba in Canada.
It is of Late Cambrian to Early Ordovician age and was named for exposures in Whitewood Creek near Deadwood Country: United States, Canada. southwest saskatchewan shaunavon gravelbourg joli fou viking fish scales belle fourche deadwood red river winnipeg stony mountain winnipeg red river interlake elk point group manitoba group winnipeg general petroleums stratigraphic correlation chart sandstone shale carbonate evaporite glacial drift.
Underlying Strata in Saskatchewan D.F. Paterson Paterson, D.F. (): Review of regional stratigraphic relationships of the Winnipeg Group (Ordovician), the Deadwood Forma tion (Cambro-Ordovician) and underlying strata in Saskatchewan; in Summary of InvestigationsSaskatchewan Geological Survey; Saskatchewan Energy and Mines.
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Naveed Iqbal and Osman Salad Hersi. Department of Geology, University of Regina. Summary The Late Ordovician Winnipeg Formation is a siliciclastic stratigraphic unit which occurs in the subsurface of the Province of Saskatchewan, nearby Manitoba and North Dakota.
At the type locality in the Black Hills of South Dakota and in many other areas, the Deadwood Formation rests unconformably on Precambrian metamorphic rocks that were exposed to a long period of erosion prior to the deposition of the formation. In western Montana, western Saskatchewan and Alberta it overlies the Middle Cambrian rocks of the Earlie Formation or the Pika Formation.
Figure 4: Mississippian portion of the Williston Basin Project stratigraphic column for eastern Saskatchewan and southwestern Manitoba. Geoscientiﬁc Paper GP 5. 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.
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).
Phanerozoic Stratigraphic Correlation Chart SOUTHWEST NORTHEASTERN SOUTHERN MANITOBA WILLISTON BASIN SOUTHWEST-CENTRAL Saskatchewan Group Ashern Winnipegosis Prairie Evaporite Souris River Dawson Bay Duperow Birdbear Torquay Winnipeg Deadwood Glacial drift and lacustrine sediments St.
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The geothermal potential of the basal clastics of Saskatchewan, Canada Grant Ferguson & Stephen E. Grasby Abstract The Winnipeg and Deadwood formations form deep clastic reservoirs in Saskatchewan.
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 Saskatchewan. At these temperatures, the formations have geothermal potential for development of direct use and electricity generation systems.
Moreover, proxy information from brine injection S. Whittaker, K. Worth / Energy Procedia 4 (2 11) 56 7â€“ Author name / Energy Procedia 00 () â€“ 5 associated with potash mining at Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, and other locations in the province indicates the Winnipeg-Deadwood interval has both excellent injectivity.
Reservoir Potential of the Deadwood and Winnipeg Formations Southwestern Manitoba by H.R. McCabe: The Cenomanian-Santonian Colorado Formations of Eastern Southern Saskatchewan and Southwestern Manitoba (pdf) KB: Download Ordovician and Silurian Stratigraphy of the Interlake Area, Manitoba, (7 p.).
The Frenchman Formation is stratigraphic unit of Late Cretaceous (late Maastrichtian) age in the Western Canada Sedimentary is present in southern Saskatchewan and the Cypress Hills of southeastern Alberta.
The formation was defined by G.M. Furnival in from observations of outcrops along the Frenchman River, between Ravenscrag and Highway It contains the youngest of. The Winnipeg Group (Middle Ordovician) attains a maximum thickness of about feet ( m) in the center of the basin.
It unconformably overlies the Deadwood Formation over most of the Williston Basin, except in extreme eastern North Dakota, most of Manitoba, and eastern Saskatchewan, where it lies directly on Precambrian basement rocks.
Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba into Montana and South Dakota (Figure 1). The basin lies unconformably overtop of a basement of Archean and Proterozoic-aged cratons (Fowler and Nisbet, ).
In east-central Saskatchewan, the basin thickness is between .In southwestern North Dakota, in the Richardton-Taylor Field area (Figs. 1, 3, 6), the Winnipeg Group produces wet gas from depths of approximat ft. with of GOR’s of (Fig. 3). Moving to shallower parts of the basin, hydrocarbon production from the Deadwood Formation within.Saskatchewan (Yurkowski, ).
• Deadwood, Winnipeg, Bakken and Torquay formations have good potential as helium reservoirs. Report of Activities In Manitoba, exploration for helium was conducted the stratigraphic intervals from which these gas analy.