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A petrologic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming
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Get this from a library. A petrologic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming. [N L Hickling; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- A petrographic and stratigraphic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone interpreting provenance, depositional environment, and diagenesis.
Petrologic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: N L Hickling; Geological Survey (U.S.).
A petrologic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming. A Petrologic Study of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming By Nelson L. Hickling Abstract New petrographic data provide support for many earlier conclusions regarding the depositional history of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyo., and also provide the basis for new interpretations.
The presAuthor: N.L. Hickling. Similar Items. A petrologic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming / by: Hickling, N.
L., Published: () The Pintail coal bed and Barrier Bar G a model for coal of barrier bar-lagoon origin, Upper Cretaceous Almond Formation, Rock Springs Coal Field, Wyoming / by: Roehler, Henry W., Published: ().
The Fox Hills Formation is a Cretaceous geologic formation in the northwestern Great Plains of North is present from Alberta on the north to Colorado in the south. Fossil remains of dinosaurs, including tyrannosaurs, as well as large marine reptiles, such as mosasaurs, have been recovered from the formation.
Lithology. The Fox Hills Formation consists of marginal Named for: Fox Hills between Cheyenne. pp / roehler, h. / stratigraphy of the upper cretaceous fox hills sandstone and adjacent parts of the lewis shale and lance formation, east flank of the rock springs uplift, southwestern wyoming,pb, 57 pages, 5 plates (in world), 59 figs., $ Uplift of the EJighorn Mountains, Wyoming and Montana A Sandstone Provenance Study ByC.E.
Whipkey1, V.V. Cavaroc1, and R.M. Flores2 Abstract Fluvial- and lacustrine-dominated clastic sedimentary rocks as thick as 1, m (6, ft) comprise the Paleocene Fort Union Formation and the Eocene Wasatch Formation ofCited by: The Rock Springs Uplift is an area of uplifted Cretaceous to Eocene rocks in Wyoming surrounded and once covered by sediments of the Green River Formation which were deposited in the Eocene Lake Gosiute.
The Rock Springs Uplift formed in the Late Cretaceous through the Eocene and is related to the Laramide orogeny. The structure is a north–south trending. Rock Springs Uplift and Adjacent Areas Introduction. The major part of southwestern Wyoming is occupied by the Greater Green River basin (which extends into northern Colorado), bordered by the Idaho-Wyoming fold-and-thrust belt to the west, the Wind River range and the Sweetwater arch to the north, the Rawlins uplift and the Sierra Madre mountains to the east and the Uinta.
Palynology of the Almond Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Rock Springs uplift, Wyoming, (Bulletins of American paleontology) Paperback – January 1, by J. Fred Stone (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: J. Fred Stone. A petrologic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming  CO: For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports section, U.S.
Geological Survey, Description Book — iv, 15 pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. Summary. A petrographic and stratigraphic study of the Fox Hills Sandstone interpreting provenance. Chapter 8 Reservoir Fluid Characterization of the Weber Sandstone and Madison Limestone on the Rock Springs Uplift in Southwest Wyoming Scott A.
Quillinan and J. Fred McLaughlinCited by: 4. Study Site and Targeted Stratigraphy Figure 1: Study site and RSU#1 well location (in box) in southwest Wyoming on the northeast flank of the Rock Springs Uplift Project funded by DOE NETL (DE-FE); CMI would like to thank DOE Project Manager, Karen Kluger RSU #1 Stratigraphy Depth, ft.
(m) 10, (3,) 10, (3,) 11, (3, Fox Hills Sandstone and Lewis Shale (Upper Cretaceous) at surface, covers % of this area. Fox Hills Sandstone (Kfh) - Light-colored sandstone and gray sandy shale containing marine fossils.
Lewis Shale (Kle) - Gray marine shale containing many gray and brown lenticular concretion-rich sandstone beds. The brines of the Weber Sandstone and Madison Limestone of the Rock Springs Uplift are sodium-chloride type with total dissolved solid concentrations in excess of.
Stratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous Fox Hills Sandstone and Adjacent Parts of the Lewis Shale and Lance Formation, East Flank of the Rock Springs Uplift, Southwest Wyoming: Series title: Professional Paper: Series number: DOI: /pp Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Publisher: Geological Survey (U.S.
Flathead Sandstone (North Wyoming) - Dull-red quartzitic sandstone. Cambrian Rocks (South Wyoming) - South flank of Granite Mountains--Blue-gray and yellow mottled hard dense limestone interbedded with soft green micaceous shale; dull-red quartzitic sandstone at base.
On and south of Rawlins uplift--Glauconitic quartzitic sandstone. Fox Hills Sandstone. Sample collected from a cm-thick bentonite bed at base of Fox Hills Sandstone, between the HOPLOSCAPHITES aff.
NICOLLETI and DISCOSCAPHITES ROANENSIS ammonite zones, in center sec. 14, T. 38 N., R. 62 W., Niobrara Co., WY (Powder River basin). K-Ar age on biotite +/ Ma. Age is Late Cretaceous (Maestrichtian). UW researchers in began a study of the Rock Springs Uplift, with funding from the Department of Energy and the state of Wyoming, to determine its potential for storing CO2.
UW’s Carbon Management Institute, one of SER’s centers of excellence, led the effort, which included the drilling of a 14,foot test well. Rock Springs RFD Table 19a - Alternative D 03/09/ (19 KB).The brines of the Weber Sandstone and Madison Limestone of the Rock Springs Uplift are sodium-chloride type with total dissolved solid concentrations in excess of 75, mg/L.
Due to the high TDS the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has classified these as Cited by: 4.Figure 1. Location map of the Moxa Arch and Rock Springs Uplift in southwestern Wyoming.
The shaded area indicates the Greater Gr een River Basin. The Moxa Arch is a current injection site for CO 2 and H 2S; the Rock Springs Upli ft is being evaluated as a potential CO 2 repository. E. Campbell-Stone et al./Energy Procedia 4 () –File Size: 1MB.