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The falling stage systems tract: recognition and importance in sequence stratigraphic analysis
Abstract Until recently, sequence stratigraphic models have attributed systems tracts to periods of relative sea-level rise, highstand and lowstand. Recognition of a discrete phase of depositionExpand
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Bedload Transport of Mud Across A Wide, Storm-Influenced Ramp: Cenomanian–Turonian Kaskapau Formation, Western Canada Foreland Basin
Abstract Mudstone-dominated shallow-marine rocks of the Kaskapau Formation were deposited on a low-gradient ramp that spanned the foredeep of the Western Canada foreland basin during the lateExpand
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Mud dispersal across a Cretaceous prodelta: Storm‐generated, wave‐enhanced sediment gravity flows inferred from mudstone microtexture and microfacies
Determining sediment transport direction in ancient mudrocks is difficult. In order to determine both process and direction of mud transport, a portion of a well-mapped Cretaceous delta system wasExpand
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Nonmarine sequence stratigraphy: Updip expression of sequence boundaries and systems tracts in a high-resolution framework, Cenomanian Dunvegan Formation, Alberta foreland basin, Canada
Ten allomembers, labeled J-A, have been mapped in the deltaic Dunvegan Formation using 2340 wells and 63 outcrop sections. Each allomember spans about 200 k.y., is bounded by regional transgressiveExpand
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Palaeoenvironments, palaeogeography, and physiography of a large, shallow, muddy ramp: Late Cenomanian‐Turonian Kaskapau Formation, Western Canada foreland basin
The Kaskapau Formation spans Late Cenomanian to Middle Turonian time and was deposited on a low-gradient, shallow, storm-dominated muddy ramp. Dense well log control, coupled with exposure on bothExpand
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Sequence Stratigraphy and Paleogeography of a Cenomanian Deltaic Complex: the Dunvegan and Lower Kaskapau Formations in Subsurface and Outcrop, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada
ABSTRACT The early to middle Cenomanian Dunvegan Formation represents a major deltaic complex that, within the study area, prograded 400 km from NW to SE, parallel to the Cordillera, over about 2Expand
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An Allostratigraphic Correlation of the Muskiki and Marshybank Formations (Coniacian-Santonian) in the Foothills and Subsurface of the Alberta Basin
ABSTRACT The Muskiki (Coniacian) and Marshybank (Coniacian--early Santonian) formations were studied in 19 outcrop sections in the Foothills of Alberta and British Columbia, in eight cores and inExpand
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