Stratigraphy of Manitoba

from the province of Manitoba and was first defined by A.D. Baillie in 1953. The Manitoba Group is composed of alternating cycles of shale, carbonate
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stratigraphical unit of Late Ordovician to Early Silurian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from Stonewall, Manitoba and was first
Formation reaches a maximum thickness of 215 metres 710 ft in the center of the Williston Basin. At the along the Manitoba outcrop belt, it is 150 metres 490 ft
British Columbia through Alberta and into southern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba Reef build - ups range in size from small mounds to pinnacle reefs and large
Evaporitic deposits of western Canada. Geological Survey of Canada, paper 85 - 20. Glass, D.J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western
of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada including eastern British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba Canadian Society of
of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada including eastern British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba Canadian Society of
Alberta Table of Formations Alberta Energy Regulator Retrieved 26 June 2014. Glass, D.J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western
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Mesozoic portal List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in Alberta Glass, D.J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada
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Geological Survey of Canada. Embry is a graduate of the University of Manitoba who received a PhD in stratigraphy from the University of Calgary in 1976
district of southern Alberta. Geological Survey of Canada Publication No. 968. Glass, D. J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western
of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada including eastern British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba Canadian Society of
of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada including eastern British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba Canadian Society of
Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada including eastern British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba Canadian Society of Petroleum
Columbia, Canada. Journal of Paleontology, v. 37, p. 621 - 627. Glass, D.J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western Canada including
foothills. Lexicon of Canadian Geologic Units. Liard Formation Retrieved 2010 - 02 - 01. Glass, D.J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western
Paleozoic portal List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in British Columbia Glass, D.J. editor 1997. Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy vol. 4, Western

Ashern Formation

has been subdivided into numerous formations many which host major petroleum and natural gas reservoirs. The formations of the Elk Point Group are composed T...

Cat Head Member

Member crystalline and micritic dolomite with an argillaceous dolomite breccia in the middle Selkirk Member fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone Cat Head Angel...

Dog Head Member

fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone Cat Head Member cherty dolomite, becoming calcareous to the south Dog Head Member fossiliferous dolomitic limestone The in...

Fort Garry Member

from top to base: Fort Garry Member crystalline and micritic dolomite with an argillaceous dolomite breccia in the middle Selkirk Member fossiliferous The Fo...

Gunn Member

Basin Penitentiary Member argillaceous dolomite Gunn Member interbedded calcareous shale and fossiliferous limestone North Gunton Member crystalline dolomite...

Gunton Member

Basin Penitentiary Member argillaceous dolomite Gunn Member interbedded calcareous shale and fossiliferous limestone North Gunton Member crystalline dolomite...

Hubbard Evaporite

Givetian to Frasnian age and consists of thin shale - carbonate - evaporite cycles. The Hubbard Evaporite is recognised at the top of the Montana Group in th...

Meadow Lake Formation

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 east, ...

Penitentiary Member

Williston Basin Penitentiary Member argillaceous dolomite Gunn Member interbedded calcareous shale and fossiliferous limestone North Gunton Member crystallin...

Selkirk Member

The formation of the red river-stratigraphic unit of late Ordovician age in the Williston basin. It takes its name from the red river to the North, and was f...

Selkirk Member

to base: Fort Garry Member crystalline and micritic dolomite with an argillaceous dolomite breccia in the middle Selkirk Member fossiliferous, dolomitic Selk...

Souris River Formation

The following formationas are recognised, from top to bottom: The Souris River Formation appears in the upper part of the Manitoba Group, is of Givetian Musk...

Penitentiary Member

The formation of the rocky mountains is a stratigraphic unit of Ashgill age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes the name from the community of ...