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Tupilakosauridae

Tupilakosauridae an extinct family dvinosaurian temnospondyls. It contains the genera Slaugenhopia, Thabanchuia, Tupilakosaurus, and perhaps Kourerpeton. Tupilakosaurs known from Texas, Greenland, Russia and France. The earliest tupilakosaur, Sla ...

Eycott Volcanic Group

In the Eycott volcanic group is a group of volcanic rocks of Ordovician age, is named after the location of the Eycott hill in the English lake district. The group lies the group of skiddaw and dissent are overlain by Devonian and Carboniferous a ...

Blairmore Group

Group Blairmore, originally called Blairmore formation, is a geological group from the early Cretaceous period in the Western Canada sedimentary basin, which is located in southwestern Alberta and southeastern British Columbia. It is divided into ...

Eastend Formation

Education in eastend-stratigraphic unit of Maastrichtian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the town of eastend, Saskatchewan, and was first described in outcrop around the settlement by L. S. Russell in 1932. The ...

Ellerslie Member

A member of the Ellerslie-stratigraphic unit of early Cretaceous age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. He takes the name of the Ellerslie community in the southern part of Edmonton, and was first described in Imperial oil Whitemud No. 3, a ...

Rock Creek Member

The Fernie formation is a stratigraphic unit of Jurassic age. It is present in the Western part of the Western Canada sedimentary basin in Western Alberta and northeastern British Columbia. It takes its name from the town of Fernie, British Colum ...

Flume Formation

The Flume formation is a geological formation in Western Canada sedimentary basin in Alberta, Canada. It was deposited as a large carbonate platform along the Western edge of the basin in late Devonian time and reefs forming the core subsequently ...

Fort Simpson Formation

The formation of the Fort Simpson-stratigraphic unit of Devonian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the settlement of Fort Simpson and was first described in a well Briggs Turkey lake No. 1 is located to the South ...

Sully Formation

In Fort St. John group is a stratigraphic unit of Lower Cretaceous age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from Fort St John, BC and was first defined by George Mercer Dawson in 1881.

Ghost River Formation

Ghost river formation of the now-abandoned name of the geological formations, which includes the Cambrian to middle Devonian strata in the Rocky mountains in southwest Alberta, Canada. It was created by C. D. Walcott in 1923. The name was abandon ...

Gladstone Formation

The Gladstone formation is a stratigraphic unit of early Cretaceous age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It is in the foothills of southwestern Alberta and named for outcrops along the Gladstone Creek, a tributary of the castle river Sout ...

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