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Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia

Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia

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Published by Energy, Mines, and Resources Canada, Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada [distributor] in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia,
  • Queen Charlotte Islands Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- British Columbia -- Queen Charlotte Islands Region.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Mesozoic.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cenozoic.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by G.J. Woodsworth.
      SeriesPaper / Geological survey of Canada ;, 90-10, Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 90-10.
      ContributionsWoodsworth, G. J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE185 .A42 no. 90-10, TN870.5 .A42 no. 90-10
      The Physical Object
      Pagination569 p. :
      Number of Pages569
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1625712M
      ISBN 100660135639
      LC Control Number91172255

        The Queen Charlotte Fault Zone (QCFZ) off western Canada is the northern equivalent to the San Andreas Fault Zone, the Pacific–North American plate boundary. Geomorphologic expression and surface processes associated with the QCFZ system have been revealed in unprecedented detail by recent seabed mapping by: The Queen Charlotte basin produces some of Canada’s largest earthquakes with magnitudes of up to in ! (USGS website) Sources J.R. Dietrich, R. Higgs, K.M. Rohr and J.M. White, The Tiertiary Queen Charlotte Basin: a strike-slip basin on the western Canadian continental margin. Geological Survey of Canada, 20 () p

      Anderson, R.G., and Reichenbach, I., , U-Pb and K-Ar framework for Middle to Late Jurassic ( Ma) and Tertiary ( Ma) plutons in Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, in Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia: Geological Survey of Canada Paper , p.   Evolution World Tour: Burgess Shale, British Columbia, Canada Located in the Canadian Rockies, the fossil-rich dig site provides clues to scientists investigating how animal life beganAuthor: Jeanne Maglaty.

      Stratigraphy, Basin Morphology and Hydrocarbon Potential of Middle to Upper Cretaceous Strata, Eagle Plain Basin, Northern Yukon Jensen, Gavin*; Erik Nickel and Ben Rostron Site Assessment Update at Weyburn-Midale CO2 Sequestration Project, Saskatchewan, Canada: New Results at an Active CO2 Sequestration Site. On Day 1, the trip will cross the fold and thrust belt west of Rocky Mountain House from Nordegg, Alberta, to the Saskatchewan River Crossing on the Icefields Parkway, ending in Field, British Columbia. The transect will progress from the foothills, through the Front and Main Ranges, ending in the Western Main Ranges at Field, British Columbia.


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Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. Ottawa, Canada: Geological Survey of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G J Woodsworth; Geological Survey of Canada.

Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. [G J Woodsworth;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: G J Woodsworth.

Find more information about: ISBN: @article{osti_, title = {Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of Queen Charlotte basin, Canada}, author = {McWhae, J.R.}, abstractNote = {The structural and depositional history of the Queen Charlotte basin, a complex Tertiary rift basin with extensive coeval volcanics, involves regional geology from the Pacific plate west of the Queen Charlotte transform fault to east of the Alexander.

This study focuses on the structure and evolution of the Tertiary Queen Charlotte sedimentary basin and its petroleum potential. The study is based on integrated geological basin analysis, which involves compiling all relevant geological, geophysical, and geochemical data; interpreting them using a multidisciplinary approach; and creating a petroleum-exploration model for the basin.

The Queen. In Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. Edited by G. Woodsworth. Geological Survey of Canada, Paperpp. Late Triassic radiolarian biostratigraphy of the Kunga Group, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia.

Author of Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia, Hot springs of western Canada, Metamorphism and structure of the coast plutonic complex and adjacent belts, Prince Rupert and Terrace areas, British Columbia.

The Queen Charlotte basin is a 40, km{sup 2} late Paleogene-Neogene basin underlying the Queen Charlotte Islands, Hecate Strait, and Queen Charlotte Sound region of the Canadian Pacific continental margin.

The basin formed during Eocene to Pliocene extension along and adjacent to a transform. Geology of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Unknown Binding – January 1, by A Sutherland Brown (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: A Sutherland Brown. Introduction. The hydrocarbon potential of the largest two offshore Cenozoic basins in British Columbia (Queen Charlotte and Tofino) was investigated in the s when 14 exploration wells were cuttings are a key component in studies of basin stratigraphy, architecture, and history, particularly given that outcrops are limited to coastal areas at the margins of heavily forested Author: Marjorie J.

Johns, Julie A. Trotter, Clio J.M. Bonnett, Christopher R. Barnes. Late Triassic through early Tertiary evolution of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia, with a perspective on hydrocarbon potential; in: G.J. Woodsworth (ed.), Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Paperp.

Author: Henry Lyatsky. Regional geophysical constraints on crustal structure and geologic evolution of the Insular Belt, British Columbia; in: G.J. Woodsworth (ed.), Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Paperp.

Lyatsky, V.B. and Lyatsky, H.V., Integrated geological basin. Higgs, R. Sedimentology, basin-fill architecture and petroleum geology of the Tertiary Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. In Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia.

Edited by G.J. Woodsworth. Geological Survey of Canada, Paperpp. – Google ScholarAuthor: Marjorie J. Johns, Julie A. Trotter, Clio J.M. Bonnett, Christopher R. Barnes. Woodsworth GJ () Evolution and hydrocarbon potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia.

GSC Pappp Google Scholar Woodworth-Lynas CMT, Josenhans HW, Barrie JV, Lewis CFM, Parrot DR () The physical process of seabed disturbance during iceberg grounding and Cited by: The Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin Torge Schümann* University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada [email protected] K.

Rohr Rohr Consulting, North Saanich, British Columbia, Canada and M. Whiticar University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Abstract. Northeast British Columbia Western Canada Sedimentary Basin Hecate Basin Toffino Basin Winona Basin Queen Charlotte Basin Georgia Basin Interior Tertiary Basins Southern Rocky Mountain Trench km Nechako Bowser s u t S u t orse iteh W h l e u Q n e s ghton u a y T Methow Georgia W e s t e r n C a n a d a S e di m e n ta r y B a si O.

Sttuttg. Beitr. Naturk., B DESROCHER A. ORCHARD M.J. - Stratigraphic revisions and carbonate sedimentology of the Kunga Group (Upper Triassic-Lower Jurassic), Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia.

In WOODS- WORTH G.J. (ed): Evolution and hydrocarbon poten- tial of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. Geol. by: R.I. Thompson, J.W. Haggart, P.D. LewisLate Triassic through early Tertiary evolution of the Queen Charlotte basin, British Columbia, with a perspective on hydrocarbon potential G.J.

Woodsworth (Ed.), Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper, 90–10 (), pp. Cited by: Late Triassic through early Tertiary evolution of the Queen Charlotte basin, British Columbia, with a perspective on hydrocarbon potential.

In Woodsworth, G.J. (ed.), Evolution and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada Paper von Eichwald, C.E. The middle to Upper Cretaceous Queen Charlotte Group is composed of mainly marine shales, sandstones and conglomerates which are subdivided into the Haida, Skidegate and Honna Formations.

Total stratigraphic thickness of the Queen Charlotte Group is up to m. Sandstone and conglomerate dominate the succession and offer some petroleum reservoir potential.

The Haida Formation (Albian) Cited by: 1. Potential for both basins is estimated at billion m 3 ( TCF) of gas in-place in a single defined play type. Contact Information For questions or more information related to oil and gas geoscience in British Columbia, please send an email.Predictive Marine Mammal Modeling for Queen Charlotte Basin, British Columbia Technical Report Benjamin Best Patrick Halpin Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab.New early Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) mollusks from Oregon - Volume 76 Issue 1 - Richard L.

Squires, Louella R. SaulCited by: 1.