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  • ISBN 0660127776
  • ISBN13 978-0660127774
  • Language English
  • Author R. D Howie
  • Publisher Energy, Mines and Resources Canda (1988)
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Carbonates and Evaporites. September 1990, 5:123 Cite as. Formation microscanner applications in the study of subsurface paleozoic carbonate rocks: Southwestern Ontario, Canada. The Formation MicroScanner (FMS) service, introduced by Schlumberger in 1985, has been used successfully on several Trenton - Black River (Ordovician) wells in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, to aid in structural and stratigraphic interpretation. The FMS tool, similar to the Dual Dipmeter tool, has arrays of microelectrodes added on two or all four caliper pads. The microconductivity, measured at a high sample rate, provides an oriented image displayed on a variable intensity grey scale.

Geological Survey of Canada Memoir, 355:1–201. Conodonts from the lowermost Ordovician strata of South-Central Sweden. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, 329:51–134. Geologiska Foreningens I Stockholm Förhandlingar, 76:517–604 (1954). Conodont fauna of the Notch Peak Limestone (Cambro-Ordovician), House Range, Utah.

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Geological Survey of Canada, Geology of Canada, 5 (also Geological Society of America, The Geology of North America, n. F-1). Aspects of Cambrian-Ordovician Boundary in Dayangcha, China. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, 420, 57 p. Miller, J. F. 1969. Conodont fauna from the Notch Peak Limestone (Cambro-Ordovician), House Range, Utah. Thermal maturation of Paleozoic strata in eastern Canada from conodont colour alteration index (CAI) data with implications fro burial history, tectonic evolution, hotspot tracks and mineral and hydrocarbon exploration. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, 367:1–47.

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Geological Survey of Canada Paper 78–1C: 43–48. Howie, R. D. & M. S. Barss, 1975. Paleogeography and sedimentation in the upper Paleozoic, eastern Canada

Geological Survey of Canada Paper 78–1C: 43–48. Gibling, M. J. H. Calder, R. Ryan, H. W. Van Der Poll & G. M. Yeo, 1992. Paleogeography and sedimentation in the upper Paleozoic, eastern Canada. Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 4: 45–57. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 245, 86 pp. Ziegler, P. 1988, Evolution of the Arctic-North Atlantic and the Western Tethys: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir 43. Download references.

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