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Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta

Chaitanya Singh

Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta

by Chaitanya Singh.

by Chaitanya Singh

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Published by Research Council of Alberta in Edmonton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Palynology -- Alberta.,
  • Spores (Botany), Fossil -- Alberta.,
  • Geology -- Alberta.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMannville microflora
    SeriesBulletin / Research Council of Alberta -- 15, Bulletin (Research Council of Alberta) -- no. 15.
    ContributionsResearch Council of Alberta.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE924 .S5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination238 p. :
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19070834M

    Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta. Research Council of Alberta Bulletin 1 Ultrastructure of Lower Cretaceous angiosperm pollen and the origin and early evolution of flowering plants. cannot be assigned to a natural group Age: Lower Ordovician Size: 40 µm excluding processes Form: Diacromorphic Leiofusa bernesgae Singh, C. , Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, East-Central Alberta, Alberta Res. Council, Bull. 15; 1–

    The Mannville Group is a stratigraphical unit of Cretaceous age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.. It takes the name from the town of Mannville, Alberta, and was first described in the Northwest Mannville 1 well by A.W. Nauss in Early Cretaceous foraminifera from the Middle and Upper Mannville and Lower Colorado subgroups in the Cold Lake Oil Sands area of east-central Alberta: stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental implications. Blair W. Mattison and, John H. Wall.

    UPPER MANNVILLE FLUVIAL CHANNELS IN EAST-CENTRAL ALBERTA - ABSTRACT. Barbara J. Tilley and William M. Last Alberta Research Council, th Ave., Edmonton T6G 2C2, Alberta The lower Cretaceous Mannville group in east-central Alberta consists of metres of predominantly sandy sediments overlying a pre-Cretaceous unconformity. M.G. Fowler's 86 research works with 1, citations and 3, reads, including: Source apportionment of the hydrocarbon background in sediment cores from Hecate Strait, a pristine sea on the west.


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Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta by Chaitanya Singh Download PDF EPUB FB2

The flora of the lower, continental McMurray Formation contains elements of the Wealden Arcellites [Pyrobolospora] flora, which shows that the base of the Mannville Group in east-central Alberta is not older than late Barremian.

Get this from a library. east-central Alberta book Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta. [Chaitanya Singh]. The oldest microflora, from the upper part of the Loon River Formation, is essentially similar to the nonangiospermous upper Mannville microflora (middle Albian) of central Alberta.

Angiosperm pollen make their main entrance in the Peace River Formation in the upper part of the Harmon Member, and show marked evolutionary diversification in the. Singh, C. Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, East-Central Alberta.

Alberta Res. Council, Bull. 15, Science and Education Publishing, publisher of open access journals in the scientific, technical and medical fields. Calgary:Western Canadian and International Expertise [Program book with expanded abstracts], Pages Mannville I Sequence Stratigraphy of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group of East Central Alberta.

McPhee, S.G. Pemberton. The Lower Mannville Group of south-central Alberta represent part of an extensive Early Cretaceous drainage system incised into Paleozoic carbonates and shales.

Sediments were deposited as debris flows, in bars of low sinuosity, sandy braided rivers, and in shallow fresh to brackish water lakes. Late Aptian-Early Albian transgression of the Moosebar-Clearwater Sea lead to formation of a large. Coeval deposition of regressive and transgressive stratal packages: An example from a structurally controlled area of the Viking Formation in east-central Alberta Sarah K.

Schultz1, James A. MacEachern 1, Octavian Catuneanu2, and Shahin E. Dashtgard 1ARISE Group, Department of Earth Science, Simon Fraser University 2Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta.

Stott, D.F. The Cretaceous Smoky Group, Rocky Mountain Foothills, Alberta and British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinp. Stott, D.F. Lower Cretaceous Fort St. John Group and Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation of the Foothills and Plains of Alberta, British Columbia, District of Mackenzie and Yukon Territory.

Schrank, E., and M. Ibrahim. Cretaceous (Aptian-Maastrichtian) palynology of foraminifera-dated wells (KRM-1, AG) in northwestern Egypt: Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, Reihe. p: In article PubMed [22] Singh, C. Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, East-Central Alberta.

The Lower Cretaceous oils in the Provost oil field of east central Alberta (Townships 35–40; Ranges 1–12W4) show a range of API gravity and oil quality. This study indicates that the main causes for the observed variation in oil quality are oil source rock character, thermal maturity of.

An Albian microflora from the Mattagami Formation, Microflora of the lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta.

from the very early Lower Cretaceous of southern Tuscany (Italy). Seventh international palynological congress, Brisbane, Abstracts, p. Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, East-Central Alberta Authors: Singh, C.

Download. Journals & Books; Help Download full Pollen et Spores () Singh, C. Singh, Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east central Alberta Resource Council of Alberta Bulletin () Singh, C.

Singh, Lower Cretaceous microfloras of the Peace River area, northwestern Alberta Resource Council of. The Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group oil sands of northern Alberta have an estimated billion m 3 (BCM) ( billion bbl) of in-place heavy oil and tar.

Our study area includes oil sand accumulations and downdip areas that partially extend into the deformation zone in western Alberta. The depositional sequence of the Mannville Group is proposed to be: i) post-Paleozoic incision followed by valley-fill deposition by an aggrading north-flowing fluvial system (lower Mannville), ii) marine transgression followed by dominantly regressive sedimentation in wave-dominated paralic environments (middle Mannville), iii) continued.

Book January Ciross, A. Mannville Channels in East-Central Alberta, Heavy oil in the Lloydminster area of Saskatchewan and Alberta is produced from the Lower Cretaceous.

The Mannville Group is represented by the Success (new name), Cantuar, and Pense Formations. The Success Formation, Neocomian in age and lying on a low relief unconformity across the Swift Current region, is dominated by sandstones of quartz and kaolinite with accessory chert and spherosiderite.

The Lower Cretaceous oils in the Provost oil field of east central Alberta (Townships ; Ranges W4) show a range of API gravity and oil quality.

The Mannville coals in the Fenn area, Alberta Plains, have desorbed gas content averaging cm 3 /g ( scf/t), which is similar to the same coals in the Corbett Creek area, almost km away. Vitrinite reflectance values are also similar, although the coals at Corbett Creek are situated about m shallower, which points to a rank excursion from Hilt's burial law curves at.

The megasporesArcellites plicatus sp. nov. and A. yiminensis sp. nov. and adherent microspores Crybelosporites minor (Qian and Wang ) comb.

nov. and C. astrictus sp. nov. are described and illustrated from the Damoguihe and Yimin Formations of the Jalainor Group of northeast Inner Mongolia. Transmission electron micrographs of thin-sectioned specimens reveal a close. Singh, C., Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta.

Res. Counc. Alberta Bull., C., Stratigraphic significance of early angio- sperm pollen in the mid-Cretaceous of Alberta.

In: W.G.E. Caldwell (Editor), Cretaceous System in the Western Interior of North America. C. SinghMicroflora. Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation, northeast Alberta. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology Google Scholar. Vanderploeg H, Liebig J, Gluck A. Canada(Alberta) Singh,C.

Microflora of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group, east-central Alberta. details: Valanginian: Early Aptian: Norton,N.J. Palynology of the Upper Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary in the type locality of the Hell Creek Formation: details.