The Stratigraphy and Oil and Gas Prospects of East-Central Alberta

CIM Bulletin1937
THE Plains of east-central Alberta herein described embrace an area from Viking east to the Saskatchewan boundary and from North Saskatchewan river south to Coronation and Monitor (Figure 1). By far the greater part of this area is deeply drift-covered, and .outcrops of bedrock are relatively few and often widely separated. Within the area there are large morainal hills and others of considerable extent that superficially have all the characters of morainal hills but contain a core of bedrock.
Keywords: Alberta, East-Central Alberta, Lower Cretaceous, Palaeozoic, Southern Alberta, Upper Cretaceous, formation, limestone, North, Oil, Oils, Sand, Shale, Shales, Structure
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