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Systematic and stratigraphic palynology of eocene to pliocene strata in the Imperial Nuktak C-22 Well, Mackenzie Delta Region, District of Mackenzie, N.W.T (Bulletin / Geological Survey of Canada) ePub download

by Geoffrey Norris

  • Author: Geoffrey Norris
  • ISBN: 0660120267
  • ISBN13: 978-0660120263
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  • Language: English
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Systematic and stratigraphic palynology of eocene to pliocene strata in the Imperial Nuktak C-22 Well, Mackenzie Delta Region, District of Mackenzie, N.W.T (Bulletin / Geological Survey of Canada) ePub download

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published on the palynology of Eocene strata in Arctic. Systematic and Stratigraphic palynology of Eocene to Pliocene strata in the Imperial Nuktak C-22 Well, MacKenzie Delta Region, District of MacKenzie . Canada-these are listed in the section on Previous Pa-. lynological Studies -but the only publication on Eocene.

Systematic and Stratigraphic palynology of Eocene to Pliocene strata in the Imperial Nuktak C-22 Well, MacKenzie .

Systematic and Stratigraphic palynology of Eocene to Pliocene strata in the Imperial Nuktak C-22 Well, MacKenzie Delta Region, District of MacKenzie . A palynological study of the sediments of the Assiut Cement Company farm area, west of Assiut City, has been carried out. It has resulted in the identification of 8 genera assignable to 9 species of freshwater algac and 13 genera belonging to 14 species of spores and pollen grains, in addition to five pollen families. Because of incomplete taxonomic information the fungi ascospores and chlamydospores were not referred to any taxa.

GEOLOGICAL AND STRATIGRAPHIC SETTING The Mbere Basin shows . Systematic and stratigraphic palynology of the Eocene to Pliocene Strata in the Imperial Nuktak C-22 Well, Mackenzie Delta Region, District of Mackenzie, .

GEOLOGICAL AND STRATIGRAPHIC SETTING The Mbere Basin shows the morphological characteristic of a rift. It is a dissymmetrical tectonic trough with Northern shoulder (Collignon, 1970). In the Djerem Basin the southern denivelation do not exist.

Systematic and stratigraphic palynology of eocene to pliocene strata in the imperial nuktak c 22 well mackenzie delta region district of mackenzie northwest territories canada. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin (340): 1-90, 1986. Pingo in the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada. Geological Society of America Bulletin 67(8): 1119-1122, 1956. Stratigraphy of the MacKenzie River delta, Northwest Territories, Canada. Geological Society of America Bulletin 76(1): 103-112, 1965. Evaporation from mackenzie delta lakes northwest territories canada.

The Paleocene-Eocene edby restricted marine .

The Paleocene-Eocene edby restricted marine circulatiaonnd pronounced foraminiferal endemism. In the Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin, many associated species rathnrgoeudghinto the lateMiocene budt isappearabruptlyat the terminal Miocene unconformity. A major faunal turnover in the Pliocene is characterizedby Cibicides grossus ten Dam and Reinhold, which first appeared in the early Pliocene but became extinthcrtough the North Atlantic and arctic ly . Ma, closely approximattihnge climatic deterioration and initiation of n in the late Pliocene.

The stratigraphic study of the Anambra Basin continues to attract . Towards the end of the Eocene, the third tectonic occurred in which the eastern part of Niger. Twenty ditch cutting samples obtained from well – X situated in the Anambra Basin range in depth from 2743 to 3671m.

The stratigraphic study of the Anambra Basin continues to attract attention because it is imperative to understand the stratigraphic complexity of the basin. Though, one would have expected that it is only the eastern part of the basin (Abakaliki Syncline) that should contain Pre-Santanian sediments according to literature (Nwachukwu, 1972, Nwajide, 1990).

The Canadian Beaufort Sea continental margin is probably the best known segment of the Arctic Ocean margin, based on the interpretation of multiple datasets defining the deep crustal architecture, regional structural trends and the temporal-spatial tectonic evolution. Of 53 oil and/or gas discoveries, most are trapped in structures formed during either Jurassic-Cretaceous continental rifting or Tertiary orogenesis

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