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|Statement||by V.E. McKelvey, J.D. Strobell, Jr., and A.L. Slaughter|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1465|
|Contributions||Strobell, J. D, Slaughter, A. L. 1907-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 27 p., 2 folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||86607918|
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THE VANADIFEROUS ZONE OF THE PHOSPHORIA FORMATION IN WESTERN WYOMING AND SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO By V.E. MCKELVEY, J.D. STROBELL, JR., and A.L. SLAUGHTER ABSTRACT A black shale in the upper part of the Meade Peak Member of the Permian Phosphoria Formation contains an average of to percent V or more over a large area in western Cited by: Vanadiferous zone of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: V E McKelvey; J D Strobell; A L Slaughter.
Vanadiferous zone of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors /.
A vanadium-enriched zone that is present in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho contains potentially economic concentrations of vanadium in some areas. Petroleum. Petroleum has been produced from some of the dolomites in the Phosphoria Formation, and many of the Phosphoria shales are rich in organic matter and are petroleum source y: USA.
Montana, central Wyoming, and southeastern Idaho. The north western Wyoming area, however, contains a number of closely spaced outcrops of the Phosphoria formation that help to bridge the gap between the other areas.
This key area, therefore, was selected for studies designed to provide stratigraphic correlation between theCited by: The Phosphoria Total Petroleum System (TPS) is stratigraphically defined by the Phosphoria Formation and surrounding sub-Cretaceous reservoirs.
Migration from this system is extensive and encompasses the western portion of Wyoming and the edges of surrounding states. The vanadiferous zone of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming and Southeastern Idaho: U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Paper A.L. (): The vanadiferous zone of the Phosphoria. The Permian Phosphoria formation of the western states contains one of the world's largest reserves of phosphate. Although previous investigations (see especially Mansfield, ), including reconnaissance geologic mapping and sampling, established the location of most of the important deposits and their quality of scattered localities, they were not sufficiently detailed to permit a.
Stratigraphy of the Phosphatic Shale Member of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming, southeastern Idaho, and northern Utah. PhD dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, pp. McKelvey, V.E., b. Stratigraphy of the Phosphatic Shale Member of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming, southeastern Idaho, and northern by: 5.
Major components in the Meade Peak Member of the Phosphoria Formation are apatite, dolomite, calcite, organic matter, and biogenic silica-a marine fraction; and aluminosilicate quartz debris-a terrigenous fraction. Samples from Enoch Valley, in southeast Idaho, have major element oxide abundances of Al2O3, Fe2O3, K2O, and TiO2 that closely approach the composition of the world shale average.
The Vanadiferous Zone of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho. US Geol. Surv., Prof. Paper,27 pp. Montgomery Watson, Fall Interim Surface Water Survey Report, Southeast Idaho Phosphate Resource Area, Selenium Project (Montgomery Watson, Steamboat Springs, Colorado), Chapters ; Appendices A and Cited by: Pg.38, figs.
6. Phosphoria Formation. Partial section described from type section of newly named Gallagher Peak Sandstone and Juniper Gulch Members of Snaky Canyon Formation in southern Beaverhead Mountains, Snaky Canyon min quadrangle, Clark County, Idaho; thickness about.
Request PDF | Sedimentary Phosphorites--An Example: Phosphoria Formation, Southeastern Idaho, U.S.A | The phosphorous cycle filters through both the biological and geological worlds, and.
Geologic unit mapped in Wyoming: (Thrust Belt) - Upper part is dark- to light-gray chert and shale with black shale and phosphorite at top; lower part is black shale, phosphorite, and cherty dolomite.
(North Wyoming) - Brown sandstone and dolomite, cherty phosphatic and glauconitic dolomite, phosphatic sandstone and dolomite, and greenish-gray to black shale. Wasatch Formation (Eocene) at surface, covers 7 % of this area (Thrust Belt) Main body--Variegated red to gray, brown, and gray mudstone and sandstone; conglomeratic lenses.
(in southwest Wyoming) - Drab to variegated claystone and siltstone, carbonaceous. The origin of V, U, REE and other metals in the Permian Phosphoria Formation have been speculated and studied by numerous scientists. The exceptionally high concentrations of metals have been interpreted to reflect fundamental transitions from anoxic to oxic marine conditions.
Much of the oil in the Bighorn Basin, is sourced by the Phosphoria : Anita L. Moore-Nall, Ranalda L. Tsosie. In the Triassic siliceous formation of Sikhote Alin, carbonaceous silicites occur in the late Olenekian-middle Anisian member (4–20 m) of alternating cherts and clayey cherts (“phtanite member”) near the section base.
The silicites are represented by radiolarian and spicule-radiolarian cherts alternating with clayey cherts. They contain up to % by: 3. McKelvey VE, Strobell JD Jr, Slaughter AL () The vanadiferous zone of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho.
U.S. Geol Surv Prof Paper27 p Google Scholar Scott J, Collins GA, Hodgson GW () Trace metals in the McMurray Oil Sands and other Cretaceous reservoirs of by: 1.
Kinetics of selenium release in mine waste from the Meade Peak Phosphatic Shale, Phosphoria Formation, Wooley Valley, Idaho, USA Lisa L.
Stillingsa,⁎, Michael C. Amacherb a U.S. Geological Survey, MS, University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NVUnited States b U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Forestry Sciences Lab, N E, Logan, UTUnited Cited by: The eastern portion of the Western Phosphate Field covers the western half of Wyoming.
Though the Phosphoria Formation thins eastward from Idaho into Wyoming, notable phosphate rock deposits within the Phosphoria Formation are present in Wyoming. the phosphate mining industry has a robust presence in southeastern Idaho and northeastern Utah.
Composition of the Rex Chert and Associated Rocks of the Permian Phosphoria Formation: Soda Springs Area, SE Idaho: Open-File Report [James R. Hein, United U.S.
Department of the Interior, et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This study, one in a series, reports bulk chemical and mineralogical compositions, as well as petrographic and outcrop descriptions of Author: James R.
Hein. Phosphate ore in Southeastern Idaho occurs within the upper and lower parts of the Meade Peak member of the Phosphoria Formation. Interbedded shale and mudstone approximately feet thick have been extensively folded and faulted throughout the r egion (Figure 2).
A typical phosphate. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Physical stratigraphy of the phosphoria formation in part of southwestern Montana / Bibliographic Details; a Physical stratigraphy of the phosphoria formation in part of southwestern Montana / |c by Earle R.
Cressman. lacustrine carbonate deposition in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho. Sediment. Geol., The lacustrine Peterson Limestone of western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho com- prises six lithofacies throughout km 2 aerial extent.
These are: (1) calcareous. Southeast Idaho Phosphate Mining Southeastern Idaho is a major phosphate-producing region, and phosphate mining has been an important industry in the area since the early 20th century. The process of mining phosphate ore from the earth generated open pits and.
Phosphoria Formation of southwest Montana, eastern Idaho, western Wyoming, and northern Utah. 7,8. that covers an area ofmi.
2 (, km. 2) (Figure ). It is called the Park City Formation in Utah and in other states the Shedhorn Formation. The phosphate rock is mined at a number of locations, such as on the south side of the File Size: KB.
Navajo Sandstone frequently occurs as spectacular cliffs, cuestas, domes, and bluffs rising from the desert can be distinguished from adjacent Jurassic sandstones by its white to light pink color, meter-scale cross-bedding, and distinctive rounded weathering. The wide range of colors exhibited by the Navajo Sandstone reflect a long history of alteration by groundwater and other Overlies: Kayenta Formation with conformable and.
The Upwelling Myth and Phosphate Accumulation in a Semi‐enclosed Basin: Counterarguments from the Phosphoria Formation, Wyoming and Idaho, USA Cassle, Christopher F.1; Egenhoff, Sven 1 (1) Geosciences Department, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.
southeastern Idaho ls a striking lithologic break in a ralogeosynclinal carbonate plat form sequence. Massive dolostones of the St. Charles Formation are succeeded by llmestones of the Carden City Formation (Richardson, ) containing a trilobite and brachiopod sequence (Ross. Foraminifera in the Medicine Bow Formation, south-central Wyoming FOX, JAMES E.
Conodonts from the lower Goose Egg Formation (Permian) of southeastern Wyoming PEARSON, EUGENE F. Contributions to Geology Geologic framework of the Green River Formation in Wyoming WOLFBAUER, CLAUDIA Size: KB. The western Idaho shear zone is a steeply dipping, roughly north- south–striking, high-strain zone that follows the initial Sr isopleth (Armstrong et al., ) for.
Phosphate has been mined from the Southeast Idaho Phosphate Mining Resource Area (Resource Area) since The major phosphate mines in this region are open pit or contour strip operations that were developed near surface exposures of the Phosphoria Formation.
The area encompasses 2, square miles in southeastern Idaho that fall. Anyone with any interest in this volcano will LOVE to own this impressive book. (shelved with USGS maps) (cover lightly rubbed).
$18 The vanadiferous zone of the Phosphoria Formation in western Wyoming and southeastern Idaho. By V. McKelvey, J. Strobell, Jr., and A. Slaughter. 27 pages, 2 plates in pocket, 4 figures, 17 tables.
Maximum scour and fill ( to ft) occurs along a northwest-trending feature 10 to 15 miles wide and 70+ miles long in southern Campbell and western Converse Counties. Both regional and local tectonics influenced the geographic distribution and magnitude of the maximum scour and fill features associated with the unconformities.
Cadmium averaged 90 ppm for all samples in the survey with a maximum of ppm in the Phosphoria Formation. In the vanadiferous zone, cadmium levels as high as ppm were found. The vanadiferous zone was orig- inally named for a clearly defined area in Wyoming which contained vanadium concentrations in excess of 1%.
Pub. Id: A () First Page: Last Page: Book Title: SG Geology of Tight Gas Reservoirs Article/Chapter: Sedimentary Facies and Reservoir Characteristics of Frontier Formation Sandstones, Southwestern Wyoming Subject Group: Reservoirs--Sandstones and Carbonates Spec.
Pub. Type: Studies in Geology Pub. Year: Author(s): Thomas F. Moslow (1), Roderick W. Tillman (2). Stratigraphy and Diagenesis of the Ervay Member of the Park City and Goose Egg Formations (Permain), Eastern Wind River Basin, Wyoming.
[Bruce A. Rath] on *FREE* shipping on Author: Bruce A. Rath. UGA Publication 38—Diagenetic Coloration Facies and Alteration History of the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, Zion National Park and Vicinity, Utah 69 stone color result from differences in mineralogy, cement distribution, crystal size, and other factors with iron oxide concentrations having a dominant effect (Cornell and Schw-ertmann, ; Net File Size: 4MB.
The Green River Formation is a sequence of lacus- trine strata covering an area of 43, km 2 in south- western Wyoming and adjoining parts of Utah and Col- orado (Bradley, ).
Sediments of early to middle Eocene age were deposited in Lake Gosiute over a pe- riod of 8 million years. Publication Date: Personal Author: Tuttle, M. Page Count: Abstract: Contents: Introduction; Sulfur geochemistry and isotopy of the Green River Formation, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado; A preliminary study of the carbon and nitrogen isotopic biogeochemistry of lacustrine sedimentary rocks from the Green River Formation, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado; Trace elements in pyrites of the.
Formation S = f (clorpt) – Climate – Organisms – Relief – Parent Material – Time The sedimentary flanking rocks of the southern Shoshone N.F.
are an ideal place to study the soil forming factors due to the wide range and interplay of these factors.The Golden Valley Formation consists of claystone, mudstone, siltstone, micaceous sandstone, and lignite deposited under predominantly fluvial conditions during late Paleocene and early Eocene time in the Williston basin of North Dakota.The Green River Formation occurs in three inter-montane basins in Wyoming.
The study area is in a small part of the westernmost of these three basins, the Green River or Bridger Basin (Fig. 1). An area of km' within townships 15 N through 18 N, and ranges W through W, of Swietwater County, Wyoming, was selected for detailed File Size: 1MB.