Published August 1994
by Geological Society of America .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard H. Hammond (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
Robert L. Ravn, Brian J. Witzke, "The mid-Cretaceous boundary in the Western Interior Seaway, central United States: Implications of palynostratigraphy from the type Dakota Formation", Perspectives on the Eastern Margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, George W. Shurr, Greg A. Ludvigson, Richard H. Hammond. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: iv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 29 cm. Contents: Introductory remarks: perspectives on the eastern margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway / G.W. Shurr, G.A. Ludvigson and R.H. Hammond --Cretaceous rocks from southwestern Montana to southwestern Minnesota, northern Rocky Mountains, and Great Plains . Vince Hamilton, "Sequence stratigraphy of Cretaceous Albian and Cenomanian strata in Kansas", Perspectives on the Eastern Margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, George W. Shurr, Greg A. Ludvigson, Richard H. Hammond. Brian J. Witzke, Greg A. Ludvigson, "The Dakota Formation in Iowa and the type area", Perspectives on the Eastern Margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, George W. Shurr, Greg A. Ludvigson, Richard H. Hammond.
Book review Full text access Perspectives on the eastern margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin: G.W. Shurr, G.A. Ludvigson and R.H. Hammond (Editors). Geological Society of America Special Paper , Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colo., Paperback, iv + pp., U.S. $ (paperback), ISBN X. The western margin of the Western Interior Basin is composed of an important active explosive volcanic system (i.e., an Andean type magmatic belt), . Paleogeographic reconstruction of a typical segment of the proximal margin of the Western Interior Basin during the Aptian, at a time of sea-level lowstand, based on studies of the Mannville Group (Glauconite Formation) in west-central Alberta. Modified from Rosenthal (). Download: Download full-size image; Figure Shurr, et al. (Eds.), Perspectives on the Eastern Margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, Geological Society of America Special Paper (), pp. Google Scholar Elder and Kirkland,
Sedimentary and ecosystem response to Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian - Turonian) paleoenvironmental events along the eastern margin of the Western Interior Seaway, Canada. by Danielle Dionne A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate and Post Doctoral Affairs in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in. Stratigraphy, depositional environments, and sedimentary tectonics of the western margin, Cretaceous western interior seaway (eds Nations, J. D. & Eat. The Late Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway as a model for oxygenation change in epicontinental restricted basins Article (PDF Available) in Earth-Science Reviews . Late Cretaceous palaeogeography of western North America was dominated by three tectonic belts that extended virtually the length of the Cordillera: (1) an Andean-type volcanic–plutonic magmatic arc on the west (i.e., Cordilleran Magmatic Arc), (2) a thin-skinned fold-and-thrust belt on the east (initiated in mid-Cretaceous time), and (3) a hinterland (zone of metamorphism, magmatism, and.