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Paleozoic formations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming
William Richard Keefer
|Statement||by W. R. Keefer and J. A. Van Lieu.|
|Series||Geology of the Wind River Basin, central Wyoming, Geological Survey professional paper 495-B, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 495-B.|
|Contributions||Van Lieu, J. A., joint author., Geological Survey of Wyoming., University of Wyoming. Dept. of Geology.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 495-B|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 60 p.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||79604990|
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 . The geology of the Paleozoic rocks in the Upper Colorado River Basin in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, was studied as part of the U.S. Geological Survey's Regional Aquifer-System Analysis Program to provide support for hydrogeological interpretations. The study area is segmented by numerous uplifts and basins caused by folding and faulting that have recurred .
The Wind River Basin is a large Laramide (Late Cretaceous through Eocene) structural and sedimentary basin that encompasses about 7, square miles in central Wyoming (fig. 1). The basin is bounded by the Washakie Range and Owl Creek and southern Bighorn Mountains on the north, the Casper arch on the east, the Granite Mountains on the south. Search for books, ebooks, and physical Paleozoic formations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming / by: Keefer, Stratigraphy of some Paleozoic formations in the Independence quadrangle, Inyo County, California / by: Ross, Donald Clarence, Published: () Late.
[ca. ] The USGS still uses the local name Casper formation as defined by Darton. As thus defined [in Laramie basin, Wyoming] the formation rests unconformably on pre-Cambrian granite. , Summary of Paleozoic stratigraphy of the Wind River basin, Wyoming, IN Maebius, J.B., and Netterstrom, P.W., eds., Wind River basin, Wyoming. The Greater Green River Basin (GGRB) is a 21, square mile basin located in Southwestern Basin was formed during the Cretaceous period sourced by underlying Permian and Cretaceous deposits. The GGRB is host to many anticlines created during the Laramide Orogeny trapping many of its hydrocarbon resources. It is bounded by the Rawlins Uplift, Uinta Mountains, .
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Get this from a library. Paleozoic formations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming. [William R Keefer; J A Van Lieu; Geological Survey (U.S.),; Interior Missouri Basin Field Committee.; Geological Survey of Wyoming.; University of Wyoming. Department of Geology.].
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keefer, William R., Paleozoic formations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming (OCoLC) Document Type. Broacl 'belts of folded and faulted Precambrian, Paleozoic, ancl Mesozoic rocks surround the basin, including the Wind River Range on the west, the Washakie Range and Owl Creek and southern Bighorn Mountains on the north, the Casper arch on the east, and the Granite Mountains ou the : U.S.
Department Of The Interior. The Wind River Basin ranks third in cumulative oil production in Wyoming, and is also third in size. The stratigraphy and structure are fairly well known although much remains to be learned about the deeply filled Tertiary portions which account for 75 per cent of the area and over half the volume of the basin.
Hydrodynamics of the Wind River Basin Objectives Wyoming Tertiary to Paleozoic. Deliverables The study, delivered in both hard copy and Adobe PDF format, includes the following: American Institute of Formation Evaluation (AIFE) and the IHS Energy P database.
Wind River Basin, Wyoming By WILLIAM R. KEEFER GEOLOGY OF THE WIND RIVER BASIN, CENTRAL WYOMING G E 0 L 0 G I C A L Wyoming book U R V E Y P R 0 F E. S S I 0 N A L P A P E R 4 9 5 -D Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey of Wyoming and the Department of Geology of the University of WyomingCited by: GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE WIND RIVER BASIN, WYOMING DISCLAIMERS NOTICE TO USERS OF INFORMATION FROM THE WYOMING STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Scale0 10 20 30 40 50 Miles 0 20 40 60 80 Kilometers DATA REFERENCE BASE MAP REFERENCES EXPLANATION Geology - Interpreting the past - providing for the future BASIN LOCATION MAP CENOZOIC.
The Goose Egg Formation is a sequence of continental redbeds and evaporites. Westward of the Wind River Canyon exposure the Ervay Member consists of marine carbonate, alternating with phosphatic siltstone and chert beds.
Eastward the Ervay grades into restricted carbonates and terrestrial red beds. Reservoir characterization of the Mississippian Madison Formation, Wind River Basin, Wyoming Article (PDF Available) in AAPG Bulletin 88(4) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Along the axis of the basin, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic rocks are present with a total thickness exceeding 7, m (25, ft).
The basin is bounded on the north and east by the Pryor and Bighorn mountains, and on the south and west by the Owl Creek, Absaroka, and Beartooth mountains.
Wind River Formation Depositional History Dominantly fluvial environments and sediments, and also contains lacustrine, swamp, soil, and alluvial fan deposits Abundant fluvial channels.
Seeland() defined the course of the paleo-Wind River as flowing through the Pavillion area. Paleo-channel was established by EoceneFile Size: 4MB. Structural Geology of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming, Paperback by Department of the Interior., ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Broacl 'belts of folded and faulted Precambrian, Paleozoic, ancl Mesozoic rocks surround the basin, including the Wind River Range on the west, the Washakie Range and Owl.
LANDER PALEOZOIC AQUIFER WELL SITING STUDY - FINAL REPORT Executive Summary Stratigraphy There are over 7, feet of sedimentary rocks in the western part of the Wind River Basin near Lander. The focus of this study is the Paleozoic Era rocks because of large yields obtained from some Paleozoic wells throughout the state of Wyoming.
PP A / Soister, P. / STRATIGRAPHY OF THE WIND RIVER FORMATION IN SOUTH-CENTRAL WIND RIVER BASIN, WYOMING,pb, 50 pages, 5 plates (in pocket), 19 figs., 1 table, $ 15 PP D / Pipiri ngos, G. / CORRELATION AND NOMENCLATURE OF SOME TRIASSIC AND JURASSIC ROCKS IN SOUTH-CENTRAL WYOMING,pb, 26 pages, 23 figs., 1 table, $ 8.
The Madden Deep unit, located in the Wind River basin of central Wyoming, has been a source of natural gas production from Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary formations. Drilling in excess of 24, ft occurred during the mids and early s. This figure compares favorably with a calculated deformation rate for the Wind River Mountains in Wyoming— m/1, yrs for the displacement of the Wind River fault (Hunch and Smithson,p.
In the time since the Bishop Conglomerate was deposited the average rate of. The Wind River Basin or Shoshone Basin is a semi-arid intermontane foreland basin in central Wyoming, United is bounded by Laramide uplifts on all sides.
On the west is the Wind River Range and on the North are the Absaroka Range and the Owl Creek Casper Arch separates the Wind River from the Powder River Basin to the east and the Sweetwater Uplift. Wind River Formation (Central Wyoming (Twdr2)) - Variegated claystone and sandstone; lenticular conglomerate.
Age of tuff at top 49 Ma. Indian Meadows Formation (Twim) - Red to variegated claystone, sandstone, and algal-ball(?) limestone; some beds of large Paleozoic boulders and detachment masses of Paleozoic and Mesozoic rocks. The formation is to ft thick in the Wind River Range, to ft thick in the Washakie Range, Owl Creek, and southern Bighorn Mountains, ft thick along south edge of Wind River basin.
The Du Noir described as a cliff-forming, thin-bedded, glauconitic and. 1 Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Fossil Resources Kemmerer, WY, April ABSTRACT—The middle Eocene Bridger Formation is located in the Green River basin in southwest Wyoming.
The Wind River Canyon is on the Wind River Indian Reservation, so public access in the Canyon is restricted to the pullouts next to the highway.
Our recommendations for fun things to do include fishing & rafting, and visits to Anchor Dam, Dinosaur Marbles, Thermopolis Hot Springs and the Wyoming Dinosaur Center.A geologic study of the Wind River basin: Fremont and Natrona Counties, central Wyoming (GRI) [Refolo, Perry J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A geologic study of the Wind River basin: Fremont and Natrona Counties, central Wyoming (GRI)Author: Perry J Refolo.The Wind River Basin Province is about mi. long and mi. wide, encompassing an area of ab sq. mi. Actual basinal area not capped by eroded Precambrian and/or Paleozoic rock is approximately 7, sq.
mi. The Wind River Reservation comprises almost half of this basinal area, 3, sq. mi. All of the majorFile Size: 2MB.