2 edition of Stratigraphy and petroleum potential of Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Upper Cretaceous), Sand Wash Basin, Colorado found in the catalog.
Stratigraphy and petroleum potential of Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Upper Cretaceous), Sand Wash Basin, Colorado
Bret R. Siepman
|Statement||Bret R. Siepman.|
|Series||Colorado School of Mines quarterly,, v. 80, no. 2 (Apr. 1985), Colorado School of Mines quarterly ;, v. 80, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||TN210 .C68 vol. 80, no. 2, QE688 .C68 vol. 80, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||85007806|
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Get this from a library. Stratigraphy and petroleum potential of Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Upper Cretaceous), Sand Wash Basin, Colorado. [Bret R Siepman]. Volume: 69 () Issue: 5. (May) First Page: Last Page: Title: Stratigraphy and Petroleum Potential of Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Upper Cretaceous), Sand Wash Basin, Colorado: ABSTRACT Author(s): Bret R.
Siepman Article Type: Meeting abstract Abstract: The Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Mesaverde Group) in Moffat and Routt Counties, Colorado, are Cited by: 1. Abstract. This environmental assessment of drill holes in Moffat and Routt Counties, Colorado considered the current environment; potential impacts from site preparation, drilling operations, and site restoration; coordination among local, state and federal plans; and consideration of alternative actions for this uranium drilling project.
Selley ends the book with a brief review of prospect risk analysis, reserve estimation, and other economic topics. Stratigraphy and petroleum potential of Trout Creek and Twentymile sandstones.
Revised in that two sandstones in Mesaverde formation named. The Trout Creek sandstone member is about 75 to ft thick and lies 1, ft above base of formation.
The Twentymile sandstone member is about 75 ft thick and it lies about 1, ft above the top of the Trout Creek. Stratigraphy and Petroleum Potential of Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Upper Cretaceous), Sand Wash Basin, Colorado The Trout Creek and Twentymile Sandstones (Mesaverde Group) in Moffat and Routt Counties, Colorado, are thick, upward-coarsening sequences that were deposited along the western margin of the Western.
Marginal marine Trout Creek Sandstone and related Mount Harris Fork Member coastal-plain deposits (Campanian Mesaverde Group) are the regressive portion of a third-order clastic wedge that prograded from west to east into the Western Interior Seaway, Colorado, U.
Progradation of this wedge was punctuated by seven higher-frequency (fourth-order) transgressions that formed as the wedge. PDF | On Jan 1,SCOTT A. BULLIMORE and others published Shoreline Trajectory and its Impact on Coastal Depositional Environments: an Example from the Upper Cretaceous Mesaverde Group.
Exploration status and resource potential:: Exploration of the play has proceeded for approximately years with discovery of a series of major fields, including Salt Creek, Teapot Dome, Big Muddy and Lance Creek. Most were found early in the exploration history of the basin. Salt Creek alone has produced almost BBO.
Piney Creek – miles; SR bridge downstream to mile upstream of the SR Bridge. FOREST. East Hickory Creek – miles; from the Queen Creek Bridge downstream to the Otter Creek Bridge. LAWRENCE. Neshannock Creek – miles; from the base of the Mill Dam in Volant downstream to the covered bridge on T MERCER.
structure, stratigraphy and hydrogeology will be briefly discussed in this chapter. PHYSIOGRAPHY AND TOPOGRAPHY Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Region is located in the Valley and Ridge Province of the Appalachian Mountains as shown on Figure The Valley and Ridge Province and other.
Trout Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sanders County, Montana, United States. The population was at the census. Trout Creek was proclaimed "Huckleberry Capital of Montana" by the state's legislature in Geography.
Trout Creek is located at ( Stratigraphic traps may be present in the Baltimore Canyon Trough Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous deltaic sandstones and shelf-margin carbonates. The deltaic units contain channel and distributary-mouth-bar sandstones, which may be potential reservoirs.
The Abenaki stratigraphic-reef trend provides another potential target. As follow up to a previous IP Survey, a line of self-potential (SP) readings were taken to try and explain an anomaly from the IP Survey by Dave Mark. The self-potential survey showed a very sharp crossover at Trout Creek. Trout Creek follows a Fault Zone.
The anomaly was probably caused by graphite in the Fault Zone. Little potential for chemical reaction exists between normal marine pore water and the common detrital minerals of sediments deposited in a marine environment.
Therefore, diagenesis of marine sandstones results from a change in pore-water chemistry during burial or the reaction of less stable sediment with amorphous material (Burley et al., ). The stratigraphic nomenclature applied in various parts of west-ern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, and a small part of east- Cr for Creek, and pt for part.
sociation of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 46, p. Baltz, E. H.,Stratigraphy and regional tectonic implications of part of. Trout Creek is Oregon's premier destination for pure crack climbs.
The climbing is physical, the rock is rough, and the approach is long if you're not used to hiking. The bulk of the climbing is vertical cracks in corners and stem-boxes on large basalt columns coming in at the range with an increasingly large smattering of really high.
Asquith, D. 0.,Petroleum potential of deeper Lewis and Mesaverde sandstones in the Red Desert, Washakie and Sand Wash Basins, Wyoming and Colorado, jjl Bolyard, D.
W., ed., Symposium on deep drilling frontiers of the Central Rocky Mountains: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, p. The name Currant Creek is proposed for a sequence of conglomerate beds unconformably overlying the Mesaverde group in the Tabby Mountain region.
This new formation is tentatively referred to the Upper Cretaceous but it probably represents the transitional strata deposited from late Upper Cretaceous to Eocene during the early phases of the. Using rigorous analytical methodology, Wentz provides grid designations detailing creek locations.
He pairs those with detailed descriptions of each creek and a determination of its potential to sustain a trout population. Wentz’s work is an informative guide for anyone interested in trout, geology, or limestone—and for anyone looking for a Reviews: 5.
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Nichols, Kathryn M.Yampa coal field (Hancock, ). For stratigraphic control, wells were drilled to reach either the Twentymile Sandstone Member of the Williams Fork Formation or the Trout Creek Sandstone Member of the Upper Cretaceous lies Formation.
However, in several instances the target unit was not reached or could not be identified with certainty.These tuffs are correlated with the Trout Creek Formation on the basis of similar stratigraphic position.
Stratigraphically above the Trout Creek Formation is a series of coarse angular conglomerates and fine lacustrine sediments which were deposited in stream channels, and as alluvial fans and slope wash during periods of high stream discharge.