Charlie Lake Formation

Units. Charlie Lake Formation Retrieved 2009 - 02 - 11. Higgs, R. Sedimentology and Petroleum Geology of the Artex Member Charlie Lake Formation Northeast
St. John. The Charlie Lake Formation a stratigraphical unit of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin is named for the lake The lake is situated at
Columbia, Canada Charlie Lake British Columbia a lake in north - eastern British Columbia, Canada The Charlie Lake Formation a Geological formation
overlain by the Fernie Formation shale. North of the Williston Lake it overlies the dolomite beds of the Charlie Lake Formation It is equivalent to the
Lake area. The Liard Formation overlies the Toad Formation and the contact is conformable in most areas. It is conformably overlain by the Charlie Lake
produced from the Swan Hills Formation of the Beaverhill Lake Group in the Swan Hills area of northern Alberta. The Beaverhill Lake Group consists of anhydrite
Whitehorse Formation in the southern part of its extent and by the laterally equivalent Charlie Lake Formation in the north. In areas where those formations were
It takes the name from the Stoddart Creek, a creek that flows into Charlie Lake north of Fort St. John, and was first described in well Pacific Fort
upper units of the formation The Doig formation is an important source rock for the Triassic Halfway and Charlie Lake formations Total organic carbon

Oil geological staff in 1950. The Formation is composed of crystalline and dolomitized limestone Cooking Lake Formation in off - reef areas, bituminous shale
basin, includes those formations and all overlying formations to the base of the Manitoba Group in the south or the Beaverhill Lake Group in the north
River, north of Trout Lake Northwest Territories, at Table Rock Rapids by Belyea and McLaren in 1962. The Redknife Formation is divided into the Jean
1900s, the Cultus Lake area began to build its popularity, which then led to the formation of a joint committee between Cultus Lake and the City of Chilliwack
The Tremp Formation Spanish: Formacion de Tremp, Catalan: Formacio de Tremp alternatively described as Tremp Group Spanish: Grupo Tremp is a geological
described in well Anglo Canadian Beaverhill Lake No. 2 in LSD 11 - 11 - 50 - 17W4M by Imperial Oil staff in 1950. The Formation was named by Andrichuk and Wonfor in
name Lake Geneva is predominant. Lake Geneva is divided into three parts because of its different types of formation sedimentation, tectonic folding
Wabamun Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Late Devonian Famennian age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from Wabamun Lake and
the Jurassic Fernie Formation and conformably underlain by the Sulphur Mountain Formation It is correlative with the Charlie Lake Ludington, Baldonnel

and natural gas reservoirs in the Zama lake and Rainbow Lake areas of northwestern Alberta. The Muskeg Formation consists primarily of anhydrite, with
Lake The Pine Point Formation is overlain by the Presqu ile Formation and Sulphur Point Formation It conformably overlays the Chinchaga Formation and
reef formations deposited in the Rainbow, Zama and Bitscho sub - basins. Oil is produced from the Keg River reefs in the Zama Lake and Rainbow Lake areas
Muskiki Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Late Cretaceous age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. The formation is named after Muskiki Lake and
Kakisa Formation reaches a maximum thickness of 57 metres 190 ft it occurs at the surface in outcrops along the Kakisa River between Tathlina Lake and
The Peace River Formation is a stratigraphical unit of middle Albian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the Peace River
northern Alberta. The Slave Point Formation is unconformably overlain by the Beaverhill Lake Group or Waterways Formation in northern Alberta and by the
described in well Briggs Turkey Lake No. 1 located south - east of Fort Simpson by A.E. Cameron in 1918. The Fort Simpson Formation is composed of grey shale
convicted murderer Charlie Jones. Jones previously had lived in Mono and Inyo counties and led his group south toward the Mammoth Lakes area. Needing food
to be closed or run down. The formation of the Lake District National Park in 1951 recognised the need to protect the Lake District environment from excessive

Lake is a city and gated community on Canyon Lake reservoir, located in the Inland Empire, Riverside County, California, United States. Canyon Lake began
Lake Cahuilla also known as Lake LeConte and Blake Sea was a prehistoric lake in California and northern Mexico. Located in the Coachella and Imperial