2 edition of Middle and upper Triassic marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, northeastern Alaska found in the catalog.
Middle and upper Triassic marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, northeastern Alaska
I. G. Sohn
1987 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in [Washington], Denver, CO .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-).
|Statement||by I. G. Sohn.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1664-C, Shorter contributions to paleontology and stratigraphy|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1664, QE801 .B9 no. 1664|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv,  p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||85600292|
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Bibliographic Reference Sohn, I.J.,Middle and Upper Triassic marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, northeastern Alaska, in Yochelson, E.L., ed., Shorter contributions to paleontology and stratigraphy: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletinp.
C1-C Sohn, I. G., Middle and Upper Triassic Marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, Northeastern Alaska.
U.S. Geological Survey Bull., Shorter contribution to Paleontology and Stratigraphy (), C1-C Google ScholarCited by: The purpose of this paper is to link information about the Shublik Formation in outcrops in and near the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and cores from the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA) from Parrish et northeastern Alaska book.
() with an interpretation of the sequence stratigraphy based on cores and well logs from Prudhoe Bay by Hulm ().We provide measured sections and core descriptions from. The Shublik Formation (Triassic, North Slope, Alaska) is an organic- phosphate- and glauconite-rich unit with abundant fossils of marine vertebrates and mollusks, Four lithofacies are identified.
The Shublik Formation (Middle and Upper Triassic) sourced oil found in the Prudhoe Bay and other accumulations and is a prospective shale-oil play on Alaska's North Slope.
Its distal, deeper water equivalent—the Otuk Formation—is a potential hydrocarbon source rock in the Brooks Range foothills. Significance of Triassic ostracodes in Northeastern Alaska.
USGS Prof. Middle and upper Triassic marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation. D, 40– Google Scholar. Sohn, I. Middle and Upper Triassic marine ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, Northeastern Alaska.
Colin J.P., Vigran J.O. () Triassic biostratigraphy of the Barents Sea area. In: Collinson J.D. (eds) Correlation in Cited by: Request PDF | On Jan 1,K.J. Whidden and others published Distal facies variability with the Upper Triassic part of the Otuk Formation in northern Alaska | Find, read and cite all the.
Both marine and nonmarine species of Ostracoda occur in the Gubik. The marine facies of the Gubik is estimated to extend inland from the present Arctic coast a distance of miles or more between Colville River on the east and Point Barrow on the west.
INTRODUCTION HE Gubik Formation of the Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska, represents probable. The Lower Triassic-Lower Jurassic Otuk Formation crops out in allochthonous structural positions in the northern foothills of the Brooks Range, Alaska (Fig.
1).The Otuk Formation has a variety of lithologies, including limestone, mudstone, and chert, and it is considered to be partially equivalent to the more proximal Shublik Formation beneath the North Slope (Mull et al.
Bodnar Petroleum Geology of the Area, ANWR Coastal Plain, Alaska, Page Permian and Triassic Sedimentation in the Northeastern Brooks Range - Abstract. Keith Crowder, 1 N. Harun, 2 E. Harris 3. Abstract. The Sadlerochit Group is separated from limestones of the Lisburne Group by a regional unconformity with as much as 15 m of erosional.
Upper Ellesmerian strata in the Arctic Alaska basin and northeastern Brooks Range include Permian to Middle Triassic, siliciclastic strata of the Sadlerochit Group overlain by Middle to Upper Triassic, mixed carbonate and siliciclastic strata of the Shublik Formation.
The Triassic part of this succession includes source rocks and reservoir Cited by: 2. Middle and Northeastern Alaska book Triassic Marine Ostracoda From the Shublik Formation, Northeastern Alaska By I. Sohn Abstract INTRODUCTION Twenty-two taxa from beds dated by megafossils as Ladinian through Norian are described and illustrated in 7 new species, 13 in open nomenclature, and 1 as Gen.
and sp. indet. The. Full reference: I. Sohn. Middle and Upper Triassic Marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, Northeastern Alaska. United States Geological Survey Bulletin C1-C Belongs to Ogmoconcha according to I.
Sohn Sister taxa: Ogmoconcha alaskaense, Ogmoconcha amalthei, Ogmoconcha dentata, Ogmoconcha hagenowi, Ogmoconcha intercedens, Ogmoconcha.
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Nine main petroleum provinces containing recoverable resources totalling 61 Bbbl liquids+ Bbbloe of gas are known in the Arctic. The three best known major provinces are: West Siberia–South Kara, Arctic Alaska and Timan–Pechora.
They have been sourced principally from, respectively, Upper Jurassic, Triassic and Devonian marine source rocks and their hydrocarbons are Cited by: THE EARLY TO MIDDLE TRIASSIC CONTINENTAL MARINE TRANSITION OF NW BULGARIA GEOLOGICA CARPATHICA,69, 2, Fig.
Stratigraphic column of the lower part of the Triassic sequence exposed in outcrops of the Iskar river gorge, NW Bulgaria, with range of the studied sections shown in Figures 4, 6 and by: 2.
Sohn I. () Middle and Upper Triassic Marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, Northeastern Alaska, United States Geological Survey BulletinC1-C Yuan A.
H., Crasquin-Soleau S. () Systematic Descriptions, in Latest Permian deep-water ostracods from southwestern Guangxi, south China, Journal of Micropalaeontol During the Middle-Upper Triassic, genera such as Daonella and Halobia were incredibly widespread.
This fact, along with a fast species turnover, has made them powerful biostratigraphic tools, with an average species duration similar to that of coeval ammonoid species (e.g.
Anahtar sözlükleri: Ostracod, Üst Miyosen, Acısu, Ergene Havsası,Trakya,Türkiye. Introduction New sediment samples from the Lake Küçükçekmece area have yielded a rich ostracod fauna that includes several age-*E-mail: @ Late Miocene non-marine ostracods from the Lake Küçükçekmece region, Thrace.
This interval (the highly radioactive zone or HRZ) is also called the “gamma-ray zone” or GRZ (Tailleur The Middle and Upper Triassic Shublik Formation is widely and others, ) within the informally named pebble shale regarded as the source rock for the largest volume of.
TRIASSIC MARINE OSTRACODES OF THE AUSTRALIAN MARGIN (HOLES B, B, C, A, AND B)1 Françoise Dépëche2 and Sylvie Crasquin-Soleau3 ABSTRACT Sixty-five species of benthic ostracodes have been discovered in the Triassic sediments of Ocean Drilling Program Legdrilled on the northwestern margin of Australia.
JM Journal of Micropalaeontology JM J. Micropalaeontol. GSL Publishing Göttingen, Germany /jm Systematic review and evolution of the early Cytheruridae (Ostracoda) Whatley Robin 0 Boomer Ian 1 0 Micropalaeontology Research Group, University of Wales, Aberystwyth SY23 3DB, UK 1 Department of Geography, University of Newcastle, Newcastle NE1 7RU, UK 01 12.
The Lower Triassic Ivishak Formation in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is composed of a progradational-aggradational-retrogradational depositional sequence. The Permian Echooka Formation underlies the Ivishak Formation. The Ivishak is overlain by the Middle and Upper Triassic Shublik.
Alaska to California Ellen J. Moore and Warren O. Addicott. Chapter B A New Species of Isogramma (Brachiopoda) from the Pennsylvanian of North-Central Texas Bruce R. Wardlaw, David E. Schindel, and Ellis L. Yochelson. Chapter C Middle and Upper Triassic Marine Ostracoda From the Shublik Formation, Northeastern Alaska I.
Sohn. Conodonts from the Flynn Creek Cryptoexplosive Structure, Tennessee (Arti pp. CC57) AND Middle Triassic Marine Ostracodes in Israel (Arti pp. C) AND Occurrence of the Late Cretaceous Ammonite Hoplitoplacenticeras in Wyoming (Arti pp.
CC62). (FROM: United States Geological Survey Professional Paper C. Geological Survey Research ). by Huddle, John W. The importance of natural fractures in a tight reservoir for potential CO 2 storage: a case study of the upper Triassic–middle Jurassic Kapp Toscana Group (Spitsbergen, Arctic Norway) K.
OGATA1*, K. SENGER1,2,3, A. BRAATHEN1, J. TVERANGER2 & S. OLAUSSEN1 1University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), PO Longyearbyen, Norway 2Centre for Integrated Petroleum Research (CIPR). Upper Triassic Marine Invertebrate Faunas of North America,Professional Paper, Number pages with 71 plates.
[Smith, J. P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Upper Triassic Marine Invertebrate Faunas of North America,Professional Paper, Number pages with 71 : J. Smith.
A review of aquatic vertebrate remains from the Middle–Upper Triassic Jilh Formation of Saudi Arabia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria (1), 1–8.
Khorana, R.K. & Tirkey, B. Fossil fish Saurichthys from the Upper Triassic of Sonamarg Tilel area, North Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir. The Miocene Pillarian and Newportian (molluscan) stages of Washington and Oregon and their usefulness in correlations from Alaska to California / Ellen J.
Moore and Warren O. Addicott --A new species of Isogramma (Brachiopoda) from the Pennsylvanian of north-central Texas / Bruce R. Wardlaw, David E. Schindel, and Ellis L. Yochelson --Middle. New species of Isogramma (Brachiopoda) from the Pennsylvanian of north-central Texas / by Bruce R.
Wardlaw, David E. Schindel, and Ellis L. Yochelson --ch. Middle and Upper Triassic marine Ostracoda from the Shublik Formation, northeastern Alaska / by I.G.
Sohn. Series Title: U.S. Geological Survey bulletin, Responsibility. Abstract. A geologic map of the Sadlerochit and Shublik Mountains in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge of northeastern Alaska is presented. The scale isThe Arctic Ostracode Database provides species census data for about species of benthic marine Ostracoda from modern surface and late Quaternary sediments from various parts of the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas.
Ostracodes are a microfossil group of bivalved Crustacea that secrete a calcareous shell commonly preserved in sediments in the Arctic region. A Multiproxy Geochemical Approach to Unraveling Hydrocarbon Charge History of the Triassic Shublik Formation of Arctic Alaska I.
Yurchenko, J. Moldowan, K. Peters, L. Magoon, S. Graham Applications of Multivariate Curve Resolution to the Interpretation of Geochemical and Mineralogical Data Relevant to Petroleum Systems. Locality Information. We have recovered a Late Triassic coral-sponge reef fauna from a thick-bedded cobble-to-boulder conglomerate in the informal upper member of the Huntington Formation (Olds Ferry terrane) at a locality herein named Willow Spring (Figs.
3–4, 5A; 44°24′53″N, °14′40″W).The site is ∼15 kms north of the town of Huntington, Oregon on the Snake by: 3. The primary source beds for hydrocarbons for the North Slope of Alaska have been identified as beds within the Triassic Shublik formation and the Jurassic–Cretaceous Kingak Shale.
Based on thermal maturity indicators and burial history plots, the main phase of hydrocarbon generation correlates with the rapid burial of the Shublik, Kingak and Cited by: Abstract This study presents a review on palaeogeographic implications and temporal variations of glaucony covering both modern and ancient records.
Phanerozoic glaucony preferably forms in a shelf depositional setting. Deep marine conditions and low seawater temperature discourage formation of glaucony. Around 75% of glaucony is recorded from the Cretaceous to the Holocene sediments, which Cited by: Ostracod taxonomy and phylogeny contribute to general studies of crustacean evolution.
The diversity of ostracod applications in both biology and palaeontology is clearly illustrated by the eighteen papers of the 15th International Symposium on Ostracoda (Berlin, Germany) inwhich are grouped in the present proceedings, one of three.
A chart Useful for Study of Ostracod Carapaces, by Robert V. Kesling. Pageswith 2 figures. A New Genus and Species of Ostracod from the Middle Devonian Ludlowville Formation in Western New York, by Robert V.
Kesling. Pageswith 1 : R. Kesling. 56 Studies by the U.S. Geological Survey in Alaska, Late Triassic (Norian) Mollusks From the Taylor Mountains Quadrangle, Southwestern Alaska 57 Triassic and possibly Jurassic age.
The most detailed descrip-tion of the Medfra succession was provided by Silberling and others (, p. 9), who reported a thickness of about 60 m. The “Shublik” is herein used to refer collectively to source rocks that occur within the Triassic Shublik Formation (Fig.
1) and within the lower two members of the Otuk Formation, which are considered to be the southern, distal stratigraphic equivalent of the Shublik Formation (Mull and others, ). relations: wich town, Añana, Abarangers, Abdalodon, Abrekia, Abrictosaurus, Acaenasuchus, Acallosuchus, Acanthotheelia, Accous, Acentrophorus, Achistrum, Acoma.The upper member of this group, the Triassic to Jurassic, ~ m thick Otuk Formation intercalated black, graphitic and dolomitic shales, with lesser cherts, represents a condensed sequence in an open marine, middle neritic to inner bathyal regime, distant from a .CHANGES IN STRATIGRAPHIC NOMENCLATURE BY THE U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, Fire Creek Siltstone Early Triassic_____ Northeastern Alaska ___. Member (of Ivishak For mation) (of Sadlerochit replacing middle and upper parts of Toledo Formation.