2 edition of Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells in western Coos, Douglas, and Lane counties, Oregon found in the catalog.
Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells in western Coos, Douglas, and Lane counties, Oregon
Daniel R. McKeel
by State of Oregon, Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Statement||by Daniel R. McKeel.|
|Series||Oil and gas investigation -- 11., Oil and gas investigations (Portland, Or.) -- 11.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries.|
|LC Classifications||TN872.O7 A3 no.11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF EXPLORATORY WELLS IN WESTERN COOS, DOUGLAS, AND LANE COUNTIES, OREGON by Daniel R. McKeel Conducted in conformance with ORS Financial assistance provided by the Coastal Energy Impact Program under Section of the Federal Coastal Zone Management Act. Get this from a library. Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells in western Coos, Douglas, and Lane counties, Oregon.
[Daniel R McKeel; Oregon. Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.]. STATE OF OREGON DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND Oregon book INDUSTRIES State Office Building, Portland, Oregon OIL AND GAS INVESTIGATION 13 BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF EXPLORATORY WELLS, SOUTHERN WILLAMETTE BASIN, OREGON By Daniel R.
McKeel This material was prepared with the support of the U.S. Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells, northern Willamette Basin, Oregon (Oil and gas investigation) [McKeel, Daniel R] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells, northern Willamette Basin, Oregon (Oil and gas investigation)Author: Daniel R McKeel. Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells, southern Willamette Basin, Oregon (Oil and gas investigation) [Daniel R McKeel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Daniel R McKeel.
Roseburg 30 x 60' Quadrangle, Douglas and Coos Counties, Oregon by Ray E. Wells1, A.S. Jayko, A.R. Niem D. Bukry, W. Elder, D. McKeel, L. Marincovich, W.
Niem, and R.W. Givler Prepared in cooperation with the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Open-File Report overlain by Eocene volcanic rocks of the Western Cited by: This digital map database, largely compiled from new mapping by the authors, represents the general distribution of bedrock and surficial deposits of the Roseburg 30 x 60 minute quadrangle along the southeastern margin of the Oregon Coast Range and its tectonic boundary with Mesozoic terranes of the Klamath Mountains.
Together with the accompanying text files as. The Roseburg 30' x 60' Quadrangle covers the southeastern margin of the Oregon Coast Range and its tectonic boundary with Mesozoic terranes of the Klamath Mountains (see figures 1 and 2 in pamphlet, also shown on map sheet).
The geologic framework of the Roseburg area was established by the pioneering work of Diller (), Wells and Peck, () and Ewart Baldwin. Environmental geology of western Coos and Douglas Counties, Oregon. Name(s): Beaulieu, John D Hughes, Paul W This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program.
It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes. Bibliography: p. Pacific Northwest Cenozoic Biostratigraphy Author(s) Palynologie biostratigraphy of some early Tertiary nonmarine formations in central and western Washington.
Author(s) (Umpqua Group), southwest Oregon. Author(s) GREGORY A. MILES. GREGORY A. MILES Search for other works by this author on: GSW.
Google Scholar. Doi. The upper part of the Montesano Formation near Aberdeen, Washington, contains early late Miocene marine diatoms of Schrader’s North Pacific Diatom Zones XIII and XIV and Subzone b of combined Zones XV–XVI as modified by Barron.
Biostratigraphy of the Cowlitz Formation in the upper Nehalem River Basin, northwest Oregon Neil B. Shaw Tillamook and Washington counties in Oregon. The study defines the features of the local environment of deposition, correlates sections to derive a composite columnar section, and develops a checklist of Author: Neil B.
Shaw. In this type of environment, biostratigraphy is a very useful tool, especially during the drilling of exploratory wells and in determining new prospects and target areas. f BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE TYPE YAMHILL FORMATION POLK COUNTY, OREGON.
' by LARRY R. GASTON A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE in GEOLOGY.J.
Portland State University ,!. western Kansas, where it ranges from Upper Coniacian to Lower Campanian (~ Mya; Kauffman et al., ), and the studies of Bennett (). Geologic map of the Waldport and Tidewater quadrangles, Lincoln, Lane, and Benton counties, Oregon. Environmental geology of western Linn County, Oregon John D.
Beaulieu, Paul W. Hughes, R. Kent Mathiot, Oregon District 4 Council of Governments State of Oregon, Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries, - Nature - pages.
This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.
Title from readme file on disc. OrDocs shipping list Accompanying texts includes bibliographical references. Geologic units in Lane county, Oregon Tyee Formation (Middle Eocene) at surface, covers 21 % of this area Very thick sequence of rhymically bedded, medium- to fine-grained micaceous, feldspathic, lithic, or arkosic marine sandstone and micaceous carbonaceous siltstone; contains minor interbeds of dacite tuff in upper part.
Paleogene Biostratigraphy of Nonmarine Rocks in King County, Washington throughout western Washington as far south as south be recognized throughout western Washington and Oregon.
For this reason, these substages are not given formal status by:. Microfossils give us information about ancient environments and insights into macroevolution, but they can also be used to correlate the absolute ages of rocks provided by geologists.
This important modern synthesis follows the development of biostratigraphy from classical origins into petroleum exploration and deep-ocean drilling.
It explores in depth the surprisingly wide .cross-section along the Savannah River in Screven, Effingham, and Chatham Counties, Georgia (Fig. 1). Thi s paper deals with the Lower Miocene part of this cross-section (Fig.
2). The Lower Miocene section is being reported on separately since beds of this age have not been. This record is maintained in the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB).
The NGMDB is a Congressionally mandated national archive of geoscience maps, reports, and stratigraphic information, developed according to standards defined by the cooperators, i.e., the USGS and the Association of American State Geologists (AASG).Publish Year: