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|Statement||by Charles Schuchert and Carl O. Dunbar.|
|Series||Geological Society of America. Memoir 1|
|Contributions||Dunbar, Carl Owen, 1891- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE654 .S35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 123 p.|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||gs 34000150|
This work will always remain the foundation for the stratigraphy of western Newfoundland. The Geological Survey of Newfoundland was founded by Sir William Logan, who, on request of the local government, sent Alexander Murray to the island in Murray labored alone until , when James. Get this from a library! Stratigraphy and correlation of the Cambro-Ordovician Cow Head Group, western Newfoundland. [Noel P James; Robert K Stevens, Ph. D.; Geological Survey of Canada.]. Carbon-isotope stratigraphy of the Furongian Berry Head Formation (Port au Port Group) and Tremadocian Watts Bight Formation (St. George Group), western Newfoundland and the correlative. Schuchert, C., and C.O. Dunbar, , Stratigraphy of western Newfoundland: Geological Society of America Memoir 1, p. Sinclair, I.K., , A review of the upper Precambrian and Lower Paleozoic geology of western Newfoundland and the hydrocarbon potential of the adjacent offshore area of the Gulf of St. Lawrence: Canada-Newfoundland.
Carbon-isotope stratigraphy of the Lower Ordovician succession in Northeast Greenland: Implications for correlations with St. George Group in western Newfoundland (Canada) and beyond Article Mar Ian Knight has been a project geologist at the Geological Survey of Newfoundland and Labrador for more than 25 years. His interests include the stratigraphy, sedimentology, structure, regional geology, and mapping of much of the Cambrian-Ordovician shelf sequences and Carboniferous basins of . James, ) of western Newfoundland is part of the Hum-ber Tectono-stratigraphic Zone (Williams, ), and is es-pecially well exposed in the type area on Port au Port Peninsula (Figure 1). The St. George Group, nearly m thick, is divided into four formations, in ascending order the . Stratigraphy of the Cambrian is part of WikiProject Geology, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative, comprehensive and easy-to-use geology resource. If you would like to participate, you can choose to edit this article, or visit the project page for more information. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale.
Abstract. The Fleur de Lys Belt (Hibbard, a) comprises predominantly polyphase deformed metamorphosed clastic rocks. The belt is named after one of its major constituents, the Fleur de Lys Supergroup and defines a buffer zone between two major tectonostratigraphic zones in the Newfoundland by: 7. The stratigraphy, geologic setting, and history of the lower Paleozoic rocks and the presence of oil shows in wells, seeps, and bitumin throughout the area mark western Newfoundland as a potential hydrocarbon basin similar to other lower Paleozoic examples dolomite reservoirs are common in the autochthon and occur locally in the allochthon. K. Azmy, D. LavoieHigh-resolution isotope stratigraphy of the Ordovician St. George Group of western Newfoundland, Canada: implications for global correlation Can. J. Earth Sci., 46 (), pp. Cited by: Cambrian – Middle Ordovician platform-slope stratigraphy, palaeontology and geochemistry of western Newfoundland, Canada By Svend Stouge1, Gabriella Bagnoli2 and Duncan McIlroy3 With contributions from J. Maletz4, W. Douglas Boyce5, Ian Knight5 and Sebastian Scorrer3 D. McIlroy (ed.).