- Author:Geological Survey of Canada
- Publisher:Geological Survey of Canada (1994)
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Book · January 1994 with 56 Reads. Carboniferous and Permian stratigraphy of Axel Heiberg Island and western Ellesmere Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
Book · January 1994 with 56 Reads. Publisher: Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 469. Cite this publication.
Middle Carboniferous (Bashkirian and lower Moscovian) fusulinaceans at several . Carboniferous and Permian ammonoid biostratigraphy Arctic and western Canada. February 1959 · Geological Society of America Bulletin.
Middle Carboniferous (Bashkirian and lower Moscovian) fusulinaceans at several horizons in th. . Walter William Nassichuk. Rocks equivalent to the upper Devonian Pinyon Peak limestone and Victoria quartzite occur unconformably above older rock units in central and east-central Utah.
the United States Geological Survey . During Sverdrup Basin subsidence, four intracratonic basins, separated by Devonian "basement" highs, developed to the southwest between Middle Jurassic and Late Cretaceous time.
Are you sure you want to remove Middle carboniferous fusulinacean biostratigraphy, northern Ellesmere . Includes preface in French. Bulletin, Geological Survey of Canada ;, 469, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 469.
Are you sure you want to remove Middle carboniferous fusulinacean biostratigraphy, northern Ellesmere Island (Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago) from your list? Middle carboniferous fusulinacean biostratigraphy, northern Ellesmere Island (Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago). Published 1994 by Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa, Canada.
Middle Carboniferous fusulinacean biostratigraphy, northern Ellesmere Island (Svedrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago). Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, 469, 55 p. Harker, . and Thorsteinsson, R. 1960. Permian rocks and faunas of the Grinnell Peninsula, Arctic Archipelago. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 309, 89 p. Moller, V. von. 1878. Die spiral-gewundenen Foraminiferen des russischen Kohlenkalks. Academie Imperiale Sciences de S. Peters-bourg, Memoires, Serie 7, 25(9), 147 p. Nakrem, H. Nilsson, . and Mangerud, G. 1992.
Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 243. Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Correlation of and Gas Exploration Boreholes. Geological Survey of Canada. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Gentzis, . Goodarzi, . 1993. Maturity studies and sourceerock potential in the Geology 25, 1115e1144. southern Sverdrup Basin, Arctic Canada. Open File the Cenozoic sequences of the Canadian Arctic region and Greenland: impli- 5442. cations for the tectonic history of northern North America. Bulletin of Canadian Donnadieu, . Dromart, . Goddéris, . Pucéat, . Brigaud, . Dera, . Dumas, . Petroleum Geology 47, 223e254.
Sverdrup Basin is a Carboniferous rift basin in the Queen Elizabeth Islands that formed during the Boreal Rifting Episode. Geological Survey of Canada: 20. Cite journal requires journal (help). It has a northeast-southwest axis of about 1,300 km (810 mi) and a width of up to 400 km (250 mi), encompassing an area of 313,000 km2 (121,000 sq mi. Funck, Thomas; Gohl, Karsten; Damm, Volkmar; Heyde, Ingo (2012).
Paper - Geological Survey of Canada 89-1G: 233-240, 1989. Upper Carboniferous to Upper Permian (super 13) C-enriched primary carbonates in the Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic; comparisons to coeval western North American ocean margins. Chemical Geology(Isotope Geoscience Section 65(3-4): 391-413, 1987. Carboniferous and Permian history of the Sverdrup Basin, Arctic Islands. E; Pages 343-367:, 1991. Permian alkaline basalts associated with formation of the Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Journal Canadien des Sciences de la Terre 33(10): 1462-1473, 1996.
Microfacies Carbonates Platform Sediments Northern pangea Canadian arctic archipelago Sverdrup basin Lower . (1992): Carboniferous and Permian reefs of Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic: an aid to Barents Sea exploration.
Microfacies Carbonates Platform Sediments Northern pangea Canadian arctic archipelago Sverdrup basin Lower permian (Asselian-sakmarian). et al. (ed. : Arctic Geology and Petroleum Geology.
Mesozoic strata in the Canadian Arctic archipelago occur mainly in the Sverdrup basin where the succession is up to 9 km thick. The strata consist of alternating sandstone-dominant units and argillaceous intervals and record 25 regional transgressions and regressions. These resulted from the interplay of sedimentation, tectonics, and eustatic sea level changes.