|Series||Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 412|
|Contributions||Morrow, D., Cook, D.|
THE PALEOZOIC AND MESOZOIC ROCKS; A DISCUSSION TO ACCOMPANY THE GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE UNITED STATES By PHILIP B. KING and HELEN M. BEIKMAN ABSTRACT This report deals with the Paleozoic and Mesozoic rocks that are exposed within the area covered by the Geologic Map of the United States and treats them in terms of the map legend. They are thereCited by: 3. The Prairie Creek Embayment and lower Paleozoic strata of the Southern Mackenzie Mountains. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, v. of Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) ParadisCited by: 4. Paleozoic strata of Pennsylvanian and/or Permian age contain laterally persistent zones that are favorable hosts for the occurrence of uranium, both in outcrop and in the subsurface. A survey of over 80 miles of Paleozoic outcrop along the escarpment at the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau, and of 30 subsurface control points over. Morrow DW, Cook DG () The Prairie Creek Embayment and Lower Paleozoic Strata of the Southern Mackenzie Mountains. Geol Surv Can Memoir Google Scholar Morrow DW, Cumming GL, Aulstead KL () The Gas-Bearing Devonian Manetoe Facies, Yukon and Northwest by:
The Late Paleozoic Alleghanian orogeny along the east coast of North America was the result of a similar mountain building event. If reconstructing the orogeny in North America, Africa would be at top of the landsat image, forming the bulk of the mountains, but sitting on top of the edge of North America. Page - J sec. 34, and there are outcrops of a bed which is reported to be about 8 feet thick in an old test pit near the center of the NE. J sec. ° These strata are bounded on the northwest by a fault, and are badly broken up. Near the center of the SE. J sec. 33 there is an outcrop of soft, oolitic ore in thin beds interstratified with shaly seams. The Prairie Creek Embayment and Lower Palaeozoic strata of the southern Mackenzie Mountains. Geological Survey of Canada, Memoir , pp. Morphology and paleoecology of the Devonian. the late paleozoic in North America started with the initial stages of flooding of the continental interior; this flooding, followed extensive erosion in the latter part of the early paleozoic. The inland seas persisted well into the Mississippian at which time they regressed. They once again transgressed in .
mite in the southern part of the area, limestone in the northern part. The Pilgrim Dolomite is divisible into two main parts: cyclically interbedded dolomitic strata 2- to inch ( cm) thick in the lower part, mainly dolomitic quartz sandstone and sandy dolomite in the upper part. The Red Lion Formation is composed mainly of dolomite;Cited by: 2. The Alleghanian orogeny also represents the completion of a nearly million year cycle began with one late Precambrian supercontinent, Rodinia, and one super-ocean. All the individual continents were packed together, with North America in the center, and Virginia somewhere in the middle, protected and geologically stable. compositional variations across and within the Lower Paleozoic strata, and provided new insights into Pleistocene subglacial recharge along the Paleozoic outcrop edge. Cross-formational flow associated with the salt-dissolution edge of the Prairie Evaporite Formation has resulted in dissolution features within Devonian formations. Geochemical and Mineralogical Controls on Metal(loid) Mobility in the Oxide Zone of the Prairie Creek Deposit, NWT. Article Paleozoic Strata of the Southern Mackenzie Mountains.