Foraminifera from the Late Cretaceous Bearpaw Formation in the South Saskatchewan River Valley

by B. R. North

Publisher: Saskatchewan Research Council, Geology Division in Saskatoon

Written in English
Published: Pages: 117 Downloads: 124
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  • Bearpaw Formation.,
  • South Saskatchewan River Valley (Alta. and Sask.)

Subjects:

  • Foraminifera, Fossil -- South Saskatchewan River Valley (Alta. and Sask.),
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.,
  • Paleontology -- South Saskatchewan River Valley (Alta. and Sask.),
  • Bearpaw Formation.

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Bibliography: p. 85-95.

Statementby B. R. North and W. G. E. Caldwell.
SeriesSaskatchewan Research Council. Geology Division. Report, no. 9, Report (Saskatchewan Research Council. Geology Division) ;, no. 9.
ContributionsCaldwell, W. G. E., 1932-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE194 .A28 no. 9
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 117 p.
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5735507M
LC Control Number70575681

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state of Montana, as well as the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, and was named for the Bear Paw Mountains in Montana. It includes a wide range of marine fossils, as well as the remains of a few is known for its fossil Overlies: Dinosaur Park Formation, Judith.

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Palaeontologia Polonica, Abstract. - Plankticforaminifera from the Upper Cretaceous deposits of the Vistula River valIey ofCentral Poland, the most complete exposed section ofthe Upper Cretaceous in Europe, have been studied. north side of the river valley. Most of the lacustrine and till plain and 12 quarter sections of the hummocky moraine which contains the stone features are cultivated back from the river valley edge.

The north valley edge is dissected by coulees and ravines heading in springs and seeps. Episodic downcutting of the Red Deer River/South SaskatchewanFile Size: 2MB. Geology of Saskatchewan explained. The geology of Saskatchewan can be divided into two main geological regions, the Precambrian Canadian Shield and the Phanerozoic Western Canadian Sedimentary the Precambrian shield exists the Athabasca sedimentary basin.

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