The Structure of Turner Valley Gas-field, Alberta

CIM Bulletin1930
THE position of Turner Valley in the foothills of Alberta, some thirty-five miles southwest of Calgary, is too well known to need further description. This attempt to interpret in detail the nature of the structure, and its relationship to neighbouring structures, together with general observations on the foothills belt, is based on work carried out in the office of the Supervisory Mining Engineer, at Calgary.
Keywords: Contour, contour map, Geological Survey of Canada, syncline, Turner Valley, Turner Valley Palreozoic Limestone X, Fault, Faulting, Faults, limestone, Maps, Reports, Structure, Valley, Wells
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