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OFR 2011-13 Subsurface Stratigraphic Picks for the Top of the Oldman Formation (Base of Dinosaur Park Formation), Alberta Plains

OFR 2011-13 Subsurface Stratigraphic Picks for the Top of the Oldman Formation (Base of Dinosaur Park Formation), Alberta Plains

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This report presents documentation to accompany 8799 new subsurface stratigraphic picks released for the top of the Oldman Formation (base of Dinosaur Park Formation) in the Alberta Plains (Townships 1 to 47, Range 1, West 4th Mer. to Range 5, West 5th Mer.) made using wireline geophysical well logs. The stratigraphic picks are published separately (Digital Dataset 2011-0006). Geophysical logs from representative wells are used to illustrate the criteria used to make stratigraphic picks and to highlight regional geological variability. Well data were screened to detect errors resulting from deviated wells or incorrect ground and kelly-bushing elevation data. Statistical methods were used to identify local and regional outliers, which were examined individually and either confirmed or removed from the dataset. A structure contour map for the top of the Oldman Formation is included to illustrate regional structure in the southern Alberta Plains.
This report presents documentation to accompany 8799 new subsurface stratigraphic picks released for the top of the Oldman Formation (base of Dinosaur Park Formation) in the Alberta Plains (Townships 1 to 47, Range 1, West 4th Mer. to Range 5, West 5th Mer.) made using wireline geophysical well logs. The stratigraphic picks are published separately (Digital Dataset 2011-0006). Geophysical logs from representative wells are used to illustrate the criteria used to make stratigraphic picks and to highlight regional geological variability. Well data were screened to detect errors resulting from deviated wells or incorrect ground and kelly-bushing elevation data. Statistical methods were used to identify local and regional outliers, which were examined individually and either confirmed or removed from the dataset. A structure contour map for the top of the Oldman Formation is included to illustrate regional structure in the southern Alberta Plains.

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Published by: Alberta Geological Survey on May 25, 2012
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ERCB/AGS Open File Report 2011-13
Subsurface Stratigraphic Picks for theTop of the Oldman Formation (Base ofDinosaur Park Formation), Alberta Plains
 
ERCB/AGS Open File Report 2011-13
Subsurface StratigraphicPicks for the Top of theOldman Formation (Base ofDinosaur Park Formation),Alberta Plains
P. Glombick
Energy Resources Conservation Board Alberta Geological SurveyDecember 2011
 
ERCB/AGS Open File Report 2011-13 (December 2011)
 
 
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©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Alberta, 2011ISBN 978-0-7785-8655-5The Energy Resources Conservation Board/Alberta Geological Survey (ERCB/AGS), its employees andcontractors make no warranty, guarantee or representation, express or implied, or assume any legalliability regarding the correctness, accuracy, completeness or reliability of this publication. Any referenceto proprietary software and/or any use of proprietary data formats do not constitute endorsement byERCB/AGS of any manufacturer's product.If you use information from this publication in other publications or presentations, please acknowledgethe ERCB/AGS. We recommend the following reference format:Glombick, P. (2011): Subsurface stratigraphic picks for the top of the Oldman Formation (base of Dinosaur Park Formation), Alberta Plains; Energy Resources Conservation Board, ERCB/AGS OpenFile 2011-13, 27 p.
Published December 2011 by:
Energy Resources Conservation BoardAlberta Geological Survey4th Floor, Twin Atria Building4999 – 98th AvenueEdmonton, AB T6B 2X3CanadaTel: 780.422.1927Fax: 780.422.1918E-mail:AGS-Info@ercb.ca Website:www.ags.gov.ab.ca 

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