Birdbear Formation

of Canadian Geologic Units. Birdbear Formation Retrieved 2010 - 01 - 09. Lexicon of Canadian Geologic Units. Duperow Formation Retrieved 2010 - 01 - 09.
south - central Saskatchewan and Manitoba. It is equivalent to the Birdbear Formation and Duperow Formation in northern Montana, southern Saskatchewan and southwestern
the Ireton Formation except in the Peace River Arch, where it rests on the Precambrian basement. It is correlated with the Birdbear Formation and part
Forks Formation which lies between the Birdbear Formation below, and the Bakken Formation above. Oil produced from the Three Forks Formation in the
The Bakken Formation ˈbɑːkən is a rock unit from the Late Devonian to Early Mississippian age occupying about 200, 000 square miles 520, 000 km2 of
green siltstone layers of the Three Forks Formation which cover the Birdbear Formation carbonates. The collision of North America and Europe as Pangea began
The Bearpaw Formation also called the Bearpaw Shale, is a geologic formation of Late Cretaceous Campanian age. It outcrops in the U.S. state of Montana
The Ravenscrag Formation is a stratigraphic unit of early Paleocene age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the settlement
The Vanguard Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Callovian to Oxfordian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from Vanguard

The Cypress Hills Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Oligocene age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the Cypress Hills
has been subdivided into numerous formations many which host major petroleum and natural gas reservoirs. The formations of the Elk Point Group are composed
marine and transitional environment. Oil is produced from the Sawtooth Formation in southeastern Alberta. The Ellis Group laterally occurs in the subsurface
top to base: Heath Formation black shale with sandstone lenses. Otter Formation limestone and grey to green shale Kibbey Formation shaly sandstone The
from the McMurray Formation at the Athabasca Oil Sands. Heavy Oil is produced from the Wabiskaw Member of the Clearwater Formation in the Wabasca oil
The Frenchman Formation is stratigraphic unit of Late Cretaceous late Maastrichtian age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. It is present in southern
The Pakowki Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Campanian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from Pakowki Lake, and was
The Gravelbourg Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Bajocian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the town of Gravelbourg
The Shaunavon Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Bathonian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the town of Shaunavon

520 m the group is subdivided into the Mission Canyon Formation and Lodgepole Formation Equivalents of the Madison are named the Pahasapa Limestone
The Herald Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Late Ordovician age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It was defined in well Imperial Herald
The Watrous Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Triassic to Jurassic age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the town
The Eastend Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Maastrichtian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes its name from the town of Eastend
The Interlake Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Silurian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the Interlake Region
The Stonewall Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Late Ordovician to Early Silurian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name
The Gypsum Springs Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Middle Jurassic age in the Williston Basin. It takes the name from Gypsum Springs in Wyoming
conformably overlain by the Duperow Formation and disconformably overlays the Prairie Evaporite Formation or Winnipegosis Formation of the Elk Point Group. The
The Stony Mountain Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Ashgill age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the community

The Red River Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Late Ordovician age in the Williston Basin. It takes the name from the Red River of the North, and
The La Loche Formation is a geologic formation of early Middle Devonian Eifelian age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. It is present in northeastern
The Whitehorse Formation is a geologic formation of Late Triassic age. It is present on the western edge of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in western