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Turner Valley Formation

The Rundle group is a unit of the Mississippi stratigraphic age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes the name from mount Rundle itself takes the name from Robert Terrill Rundle, and was first described in outcrops on the North side o ...

Duperow Formation

Group Saskatchewan stratigraphic unit part Pronskogo age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the province of Saskatchewan, and was first described in Mobil oil Woodley Sinclair Cantuar x-2-21 and D A. Bailey in 1953.

Spray River Group

Spray river group is a stratigraphic subdivision of the Triassic age. It is on the Western edge of the Western Canada sedimentary basin in the foothills and Rocky mountains of Western Alberta. It was originally described as a formation of river s ...

Stoddart Group

The Stoddart group is a stratigraphic unit of the Mississippi in the early Pennsylvanian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes the name from the Stoddart Creek, a Creek that empties into Charlie lake North of Fort St. John, and wa ...

Viking Formation

Viking formation-stratigraphic unit of Cretaceous age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the town of Viking, Alberta, and was first described in the Viking-Kinsella field Dowling in 1919.

Nisku Formation

Group Uinterbern-unit stratigraphic part Pronskogo age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the district of uinterbern located West of Edmonton, and was first described in P. A. Pyrcz No. 1 by Imperial oil companies in ...

Besa River Formation

The formation of River Devil-a stratigraphic unit of Devonian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the river Devil, a tributary of the river of the Prophet, and was first described in outcrop near the Muskwa river, ...

Kakisa Formation

The Kakisa formation is the stratigraphic unit part Pronskogo age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the Kakisa river, a tributary of the Mackenzie river, and was first described in outcrop on the banks of the trout r ...

Kotaneelee Formation

The Kotaneelee formation is the stratigraphic unit of late Cretaceous age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes the name from the Kotaneelee river, and was first described in outcrop in the valley of the R. C. O. Hage in 1945.

Kotcho Formation

The Kotcho formation-a stratigraphic unit of middle Famennian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes the name from the Kotcho lake, and was first described in the Imperial river island No. 1 by H. R. Belyea and J. McLaren in 1962.

Tetcho Formation

The Tetcho formation of the stratigraphical unit of Famennian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes the name from lake Tetcho, and was first described in the Imperial island order river 1 well (located South of lake trout by H. R. ...

Trout River Formation

The formation of river trout-stratigraphic unit of late Devonian age in the Western Canada sedimentary basin. It takes its name from the river trout, and was first described on the banks of the river, 35 km 22 miles upstream from the Mackenzie ri ...

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