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Fine-Grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway
Lisa M. Pratt
by SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
Mid-Cretaceous rocks are widely distributed in the Western Interior (fig. 1). Rocks deposited in the central part of the seaway are chiefly fine grained and mostly shale and carbonates. In gen eral, these rocks thicken westward, where they become less calcareous and intertongue with ma rine and nonmarine sandy units. Toward the east. Mesozoic Paleogeography of the West-Central United States: Rocky Mountain Symposium 2, Pages Patterns of Sedimentation and Paleogeography Across the Western Interior Seaway During Time of Deposition of Upper Cretaceous Eagle Sandstone and Equivalent Rocks, Northern Great Plains.
GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, USA - to alluvial architecture analysis and studies of fluvial deposits in the western US, we analyze fine-grained sediment partitioning between channel and overbank deposits of the Cretaceous mud-dominated Blackhawk Formation and sand-dominated Castlegate Sandstone in the Book Cliffs of Author: Ellen P. Chamberlin, Annabel Spranger, Elizabeth Hajek. Pratt LM () Isotopic studies of organic matter and carbonate in rocks of the Greenhorn marine cycle in Fine-Grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: evidence of cyclic sedimentary processes. Partt LM, Kauffman EG, Zelt FB (eds) Soc Econ Pal Mineral, Field Trip Guide Book –48Cited by:
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Fine-Grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Seaway: Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes - This volume emphasizes the influence of cyclic sedimentary processes on the distribution of rock types and faunas in the Cretaceous strata in Colorado.
Erie G. Kauffman, "Cretaceous Evolution of the Western Interior Basin of the United States", Fine-Grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes, Lisa M.
Pratt, Erle G. Kauffman, Frederick B. Zelt. Lisa K. Barlow, Erle G. Kauffman, "Depositional Cycles in the Niobrara Formation, Colorado Front Range", Fine-Grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes.
Get this from a library. Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous western interior seaway: evidence of cyclic sedimentary processes. [L M Pratt; Erle G Kauffman; F B Zelt; Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists.
Midyear Meeting;]. Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. ( Golden, Colo.). Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous Western interior seaway.
Foraminifera of the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary interval, Greenhorn Formation, Rock Canyon Anticline, Pueblo, Colorado In book: Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of Author: Mark Leckie. The Thermopolis Shale is a geologic formation which formed in west-central North America in the Albian age of the Late Cretaceous period.
Surface outcroppings occur in central Canada, and the U.S. states of Montana and rock formation was laid down over about 7 million years by sediment flowing into the Western Interior formation's boundaries and Country: United States.
Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Two distinct facies are interpreted within the Codell Sandstone Member: an upward–coarsening unit L.M, Kauffman, E.G., and Zelt, F.B.
eds., Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence of cyclic sedimentary processes, SEPM, Field Trip no. 9, Guidebook no. 4, p. Cretaceous evolution of the Western Interior Basin of the United States, in Fine-Grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes, L.
Pratt, E. Kauffman, and F. Zelt, eds., Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 2nd Annual Midyear Meeting, Golden, Colo. Patterns of survival and recovery following the Cenomanian-Turonian (Late Cretaceous) mass extinction in the Western Interior Basin, United StatesCited by: Slope-derived deposits from the Cretaceous Interior Seaway, northwestern Colorado.
Sediment. Geol., Two types of mass-movement deposits are interbedded within the dark marine Upper Cretaceous Mancos Shale, in outcrops exposed on and near the slopes of Mount Garfield, 12 km east of Grand Junction, : John C.
Lorenz, Chris A. Muhr. in L.M. Pratt, ed., Fine grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous W estern Interior Seaway: Evidence of Cyclic sedi- mentary processes, SEPM Field Trip Guidebook No. 4, -(): Distribution and significance of widespread, time-parallel pelagic limestone beds in Greenhorn Limestone (Upper Cretaceous) of the central Great Plains and southern Rocky Mountains.— in: PRATT, L.M.; KAUFFMAN, E.G.
& ZELT, F.B. (eds.): Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence of cyclic Cited by: The base of the Cretaceous section, of Late Berriasian or Aptian age, typically consists of a sheet of coarse, fluvial gravels, throughout much of the Western Interior Basin.
These deposits are known by various regional lithostratigraphic names, but what they have in common is clear evidence of western tectonic provenance, and eastward Cited by: deposits.
• Antler orogeny provided a ready source for clastic deposits (Late Devonian – Carboniferous) • Permian through Jurassic transition from marine to dominantly non-marine setting. Cretaceous • Central Cordillera dominated by Western Cretaceous Interior Seaway – Extends from Alberta to Arizona.
Howell et al. () returned to the Book Cliffs of eastern Utah, one of the “birthplaces” of sequence stratigraphy, and re-examined of Mexico implying that fine-grained deposits may regularly be interpreted as a sign of a transgression.
The Cretaceous shelf margin in the Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence. Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Inte-rior Seaway: Evidence of cyclic sedimentary processes, – Tulsa: Society for Economic Paleontology and Mineralogy. SEPM Field Trip Guidebook No.
ELESON, J. and BRALOWER, T. J., Evidence of changes in the surface water temperature and productivity at theFile Size: 3MB. Kauffman, E. Cretaceous evolution of the Western Interior Basin of the United States.
In L. Pratt, E. Kauffman, & F. Zelt (Eds.), Fine-grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes (Vol. 4, pp.
iv-xiii). Tulsa, OK: Society of Economic Paleontologists andAuthor: Zhiyang Li, Juergen Schieber, David Bish. in the eastern Book Cliffs area, and (4) all strata that are equivalent to the Ohio Creek Conglomerate (fig. Descriptions of the Mancos Shale and Mesaverde Group along Cross Section A–A’ Mancos Shale The Mancos Shale is dominated by mudrock that accumulated in offshore and open-marine environments of the Cretaceous Interior Size: 1MB.
They wrote a book for the UMass Geo Introductory Oceanography course: E.G., and Zelt, F., eds., Fine-Grained Deposits and Biofacies of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway Evidence of Cyclic Sedimentary Processes: Soc.
Econ Min. Transitional forms in the Eprolithus-Lithastrinus lineage: a taxonomic revision of Turonian through Santonian species Matthew J. Corbett and David K.
Watkins Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE,USACited by: 1.Many of these studies focusing on Late Cretaceous strata in the Western Interior Seaway (WIS) of North America interpreted variations in the relative amount of clay minerals of presumed detrital origin as high‐frequency wet versus dry cycles (Pratt, ; Eicher and Diner, ; Sethi and Leithold, ).Author: Zhiyang Li, Juergen Schieber, David Bish.Fine-grained deposits and biofacies of the Cretaceous western interior seaway evidence of cyclic sedimentary processes, L.
M. Pratt, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Midyear Meeting, Erle Galen Kauffman, F. B. Zelt, Jun 1,Technology & Engineering,