2 edition of Structure Section of the Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta. found in the catalog.
Structure Section of the Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta.
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 84-14|
|Contributions||Price, R., Fermor, P.|
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Rocky Mountain foreland thrust and fold belt is a prolific petroleum province. More than Billion m 3 (~ TCF) of in-place initial raw gas have been discovered (Stockmal et al., ). In particular, the timing of Cordilleran deformation in the fold‐thrust belt is only loosely constrained to be post‐Albian to Paleocene, on the basis of folded Early Cretaceous strata in the hanging wall of the Plateau Fault and folded Paleocene strata in the Mackenzie Plain [Gordey et al., ]. Consequently, the poor temporal.
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Structure section of the cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Alberta. Structure section of the Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Alberta.
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Price and Mountjoy, by: Newson, A.C.,Imaging Overturned Limb of a Footwall Syncline and its Impact on Exploration in Fold and Thrust Belts: CSEG Recorder, v.
40/10, p. 28– Price, R.A., and P.R. Fermor,Structure section of the Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Alberta: Geological Survey of Canada Paper1 Sheet. Recent studies of upper-mantle structure and dynamics beneath Cordilleran orogenic Schematic cross-section (not to scale) of a Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary Cited by: Structure section of the.
Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Structure Section Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta, GSC Paper Price, R.A., Fermor, P.R.
() Structure Section of the Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary Alberta. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper Google Scholar. Structure Section of the Cordilleran Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta: Geological Survey of Canada Paper 84–14, a cm × cm sheet with acrustal-scale structure section and its palinspastically restored equivalent, plus asupracrustal-scale version of the eastern half of the structure section.
The Rocky Mountain Fold and Thrust Belt west of Calgary, Alberta, has a long history of surface geologic mapping and hydrocarbon exploration. Many of these data are in the public domain. Rocky Mountain Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt Palinspastic Reconstruction of the Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt. Figures and illustrate a palinspastic reconstruction of the Rocky Mountain Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt at 49° 45' N latitude.
Details concerning the data and interpretations upon which the structure section and palinspastic. Structure section of the Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Alberta. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper1 sheet. R.A. Price, P.R. FermorStructure Section of the Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta Geological Survey of Canada Paper (), pp.
Google Scholar. Lithoprobe southern Canadian Cordilleran transect: Rocky Mountain thrust belt to Valhalla gneiss complex F.A. Cook Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Univ. of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. Figure 2 Structural section of the Cordilleran foreland fold-and-thrust belt west of Calgary (from Price and Fermor, ).
JL Faure et al. / Kinematic and Petroleum Modeling of the Alberta Foothills and Adjacent Foreland - West of Calgary. Structural cross section of the Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary (modified after Price and Fermor ). The thrust and fold belt formed above a basal detachment and North American cratonic basement.
Structure section of the Cordilleran foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Alberta, Geological Survey of Canada, 1 sheet. Price, R.A., and Monger, J.W.H., A transect of the southern Canadian Cordillera from Calgary to Vancouver in Annual Meeting of the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America, Vancouver, Glacial deposits of southwestern Alberta in the vicinity of the Rocky Mountains [microform] / by George Structure section of the Cordilleran Foreland thrust and fold belt west of Calgary, Alberta / structural George Creek, Alberta / R.J.W.
Douglas. Two Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) ore deposits, Kicking Horse and Monarch, have been studied with the aim of comparing the ores at the two localities and to characterize the origin of the mineralizing fluids and the ore formation process(es).
Both deposits are hosted by the Middle Cambrian Cathedral Formation carbonate host rocks, Kicking Horse on the north and Monarch on the south flank of.
 The southern Canadian foreland fold‐and‐thrust belt (FFTB) (SW Alberta–SE British Columbia) records the interplay between foreland basin evolution with the deforming wedge and thus controls the regional‐scale overburden and exhumation history.
Overburden estimates are typically based on the assumption that peak burials were reached by sedimentary burial prior to the emplacement of. Fold-Thrust Belt Exploration May Page 3 Tea / Coffee Turner SA (Imperial College), Weeks DH, Cosgrove JW, Liu JG Fundamental controls on the structural variability of Fold-Thrust Belts in the NW Tarim Basin, China Wilson N (Oil Search Ltd), Hill K.
Jurassic–Cretaceous sedimentary rocks of the Alberta foreland basin are a key record of the evolution of the Canadian Cordillera. We test a recent model for cyclical development of Cordilleran orogenic systems using detrital zircon analysis of the major sandstone units deposited between and 80 Ma exposed in the Rocky Mountain Foothills near Grande Cache, Alberta.
K.R. McClay Department of Geology, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, Egham, Surrey, England TW20 OEX. Since the first Thrust and Nappe Tectonics Conference in London in (McClay & Price ), and the Toulouse Meeting on Thrusting and Deformation in (Platt et al.
) there have been considerable advances in the study of thrust systems incorporating new.Canadian Cordilleran orogen in southeastern British Colum-bia. It is located to the west of the foreland fold and thrust belt, on the west flank of the Purcell anticlinorium, a large north-plunging structure cored by Mesoproterozoic rocks of the Belt-Purcell Supergroup (Price, ).
The Kootenay Arc.Price, R.A. and Fermor, P.R. () Structure Section of the Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper, [Google Scholar] Price, R.A.
and Fermor, P.R. () Structure Section of the Cordilleran Foreland Thrust and Fold Belt West of Calgary, Alberta. Geol.