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Oxfordian Beds of the Jurassic Fernie Group, Alberta and British Columbia.

Geological Survey of Canada.

Oxfordian Beds of the Jurassic Fernie Group, Alberta and British Columbia.

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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SeriesGeological Survey of Canada Bulletin -- 53
ContributionsFrebold, Hans., Mountjoy, E., Reed, Ruth.
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Open LibraryOL21907058M

Jurassic Beds of the Fernie Group in Western Canada / Western Canada Ammonite Faunas of the Upper Middle Jurassic Beds of the Fernie Group in Western Canada 29 B Book Bruce R. Erickson A New Chelydrid Turtle Protochelydra Zangerli from the Late Paleocene of North Dakota/ North Dakota A New Chelydrid Turtle. Fernie is a city in the Elk Valley area of the East Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, Canada, located on BC Highway 3 on the eastern approaches to the Crowsnest Pass through the Rocky Mountains Read more about Fernie real estate Browse Fernie Real Estate Listings by Property Type.

The Fernie Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Jurassic age. It is present in the western part of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in western Alberta and northeastern British Columbia. In some interpretations it has Group status. It takes its name from the town of Fernie, British Columbia, and was first defined by Leach in Similar to the Niton Member, the Green Beds of the Fernie Formation in northern Alberta and northeastern British Columbia overlie a widespread regional unconformity below, which are older Jurassic strata. The Green Beds are also a basal transgressive sandstone below the “Upper Fernie” shale (Poulton et al., ; Stott, ).

GEOLOGY OF THE Mount Wabi to Solitude Mountain Northeastern British Columbia SUMMARY 1. The map-area covers the Pine Valley, in the Rocky Mountain Foothills of northeastern British Columbia, from latitude 55 degrees 30 minutes to latitude 55 degrees 45 minutes north. cession (Ladinian to Cenomanian) is betw feet thick, and. The Fernie Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Jurassic age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. In some interpretation it has Group status. It takes the name from the town of Fernie, British Columbia, and was first defined by Leach in


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Oxfordian Beds of the Jurassic Fernie Group, Alberta and British Columbia by Geological Survey of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Fernie Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Jurassic is present in the western part of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in western Alberta and northeastern British Columbia.

It takes its name from the town of Fernie, British Columbia, and was first defined by W.W. Leach in Overlies: Schooler Creek Group, Montney.

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Get this from a library. The Oxfordian beds of the Jurassic Fernie group, Alberta and British Columbia. [Hans Frebold]. The Jurassic of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and foothills comprising the Fernie group and the lower part of the Kootenay and Nikanassin formations i.

Hans Frebold, "Stratigraphy and Correlation of the Jurassic in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and Alberta Foothills", Jurassic and Carboniferous of Western Canada, A. Goodman. Download. sur les Cardiodratides de Dives, Villers-sur-Mer, et quelques autres gisements The Oxfordian Beds of the Jurassic Fernie Group, Alberta and British Columbia Jan Fernie Formation and Minnes Group (Jurassic and Lowermost Cretaceous), Northern Rocky Mountain Foothills, Alberta and British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinp.

The Oxfordian beds of the Jurassic Fernie group, Alberta and British Columbia: Phylogenie und biostratigraphie der Amaltheen im mittleren Lias von Nordwestdeutschland: Die Schichtenfolge des Jura und der Unterkreide an der Ostküste Südwest-Spitzbergens: Toarcian and lower middle Bajocian beds and ammonites in the Fernie Group.

All but the uppermost Jurassic strata of western Alberta and eastern British Columbia (east of the Rocky Mountain Trench) are assigned to the Fernie Formation, a dominantly shaly unit first named in the Crowsnest Pass area of southeastern British Columbia (McEvoy, ).

The Fernie has been treated as a group (Frebold, ) but no formations. Similar to the Niton Member, the Green Beds of the Fernie Formation in northern Alberta and northeastern British Columbia overlie a widespread regional unconformity below which are older Jurassic strata.

The Green Beds are also a basal transgressive sandstone below the “Upper Fernie” shale (Poulton et al., ; Stott, ). British Columbia. 8 The Devonian-Jurassic contact and the sub- division of the Fernie Group in the Banff area, Alberta.

9 Ammonite faunas of the Upper Middle Juras- sic beds of the Fernie Group in western Canada. 10 Volume 36 Frebold, Hans (concluded) Lover Jurassic and Bajocian ammonoid faunas of northwestern British Colum- bia.

A new member, the Niton Member, is recognized formally for a distinctive and regionally mappable, unconformity-bounded sandstone unit in the upper Fernie Formation in the subsurface of west-central member is Late Jurassic (Late Oxfordian to Early Kimmeridgian) in age based on terrigenous and marine palynomorph assemblages, and consists predominantly of glauconitic.

RICKETTS B.D. - A preliminary account of sedi- mentation in the lower Bowser Lake Group, north- ern British Columbia. In Current Research, Part F, Geol. Surv. Canada, Paper, F: RICKETTS B.D. & EVENCHICK C.A. - Analysis of the Middle to Upper Jurassic Bowser Basin, north- ern British Columbia.

The Jurassic of the Canadian Western Interior, from 49°N Latitude to Beaufort Sea Phosphatic and cherty limestone and shale facies occur in the lower part of the Jurassic platform and miogeoclinal Fernie Formation of western Alberta and eastern British Columbia.

Overlying Fernie units are dominantly shale with minor sandstones. Upper. The Mannville rests with angular unconformity on rocks of Devonian to Jurassic age (Andriashek and Atkinson, ); (B) A simplified cross-section through the Mannville Group of Alberta-British Columbia, oriented approximately along the Spirit River Channel (the location of which is shown in Fig.

13). The Mannville Group constitutes a sequence. [No. 51] Surficial geology of southern district of Keewatin and the Keewatin Ice Divide, Northwest Territories / Hulbert A.

Lee --[No. 52] Palaeoecology of the marine Pleistocene faunas of southwestern British Columbia --[No. 53] The Oxfordian beds of the Jurassic Fernie group, Alberta and British Columbia / by Hans Frebold, E.

Mountjoy, and. Gardiner, B. Catalogue of Canadian fossil fishes. Royal Ontario Museum, Life Science Contributions, University of Toronto. Vol. in northeastern British Columbia, do not in fact correlate into the subsurface of Alberta as had been interpreted by Stott () and Miles () (Figs.

3 and 4). Careful review of cross-sections by Stott () reveals that a key well location used to correlate these upper formations of the Minnes Group into Alberta.

Fernie Fix. Home Articles Events Explore FernieFix Magazine Contact. Advertise Fernie Business Directory. About Claris Media. The Fernie Fix magazine is published monthly in Fernie, BC by Claris Media Inc., a publishing and marketing images by Mountain Life Fernie Fix - Winter Guide and Fernie Fix - Summer Guide are published twice a year.

Upper Jurassic strata of Alberta and eastern British Columbia record the early stages of the Columbian Orogeny. The transformation from a wide, stable, continental shelf to a rapidly subsiding foredeep trough took place in late Oxfordian to Kimmeridgian time (Poulton et.

Author of The Jurassic faunas of the Canadian Arctic, Geologie der Arktis, Untersuchungen über die Fauna und Stratigraphie des marinen Tertiärs von Ostturkistan, Ammonite faunas of the Upper Middle Jurassic beds of the Fernie Group in western Canada, The Toarcian and lower middle Bajocian beds and ammonites in the Fernie Group of southeastern British Columbia and parts of Alberta.

British Columbia, 10Th Ave V0B 1M0 Fernie () Logging, Except Furniture, Logging Companies, Lumber and Wood Products, Contractors ,The City of Fernie wishes to advise area residents that in order to dispose of excessive amounts of water in the sanitary sewer collection system, it is necessary .LOCALITY: Sandstone beds, Skelhorne assemblage, early Oxfordian to early Kimmeridgian (Upper Jurassic), Bowser Basin, northwestern British Columbia, Canada (UTM 9V NAD83).

The fossil material was once likely largely articulated in situ, and was subsequently disturbed by.