Geologic and Seismic Models, Muddy Sandstone, Lower Cretaceous, Bell Creek-Rocky Point Area, Powder River Basin, Montana and Wyoming

@inproceedings{Weimer1988GeologicAS,
  title={Geologic and Seismic Models, Muddy Sandstone, Lower Cretaceous, Bell Creek-Rocky Point Area, Powder River Basin, Montana and Wyoming},
  author={Robert J. Weimer and Claudia A. Rebne and Thomas L. Davis},
  year={1988}
}
Abstract The Muddy Sandstone in the northern Powder River Basin consists of two distinct members (genetic units) that are separated by a widespread subaerial surface of erosion. The older sandstone member, the reservoir rock at the giant Bell Creek field, was deposited in shoreline and associated nearshore marine environments. It is genetically related by intertonguing to the underlying Skull Creek Shale. The younger member is a valley fill deposit of fluvial, estuarine and tidal flat… CONTINUE READING