Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells, southern Willamette Basin, Oregon

by Daniel R. McKeel

Publisher: Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries in Portland, Or. (1005 State Office Building, Portland 97201)

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  • Oregon,
  • Willamette River Watershed.


  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Eocene.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Oligocene.,
  • Foraminifera, Fossil -- Oregon -- Willamette River Watershed.,
  • Geology -- Oregon -- Willamette River Watershed.,
  • Borings -- Oregon -- Willamette River Watershed.

Edition Notes

Statementby Daniel R. McKeel.
SeriesOil and gas investigation ;, 13, Oil and gas investigations (Portland,Or.). ;, no. 13.
LC ClassificationsTN872.O7 A3 no. 13, QE692.2 A3 no. 13
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 17 p. :
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2667223M
LC Control Number85622067

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Soon after Oregon' s Mist Field discovery, exploratory drilling dramatically increased in the Willamette Basin as far south as Linn County. Five American Quasar wells, all included in this report, were drilled from late to fall, They averaged ft.


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Tectonics of the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Two nearby water wells to the north and south penetrated more than feet of cobble gravel. Oregon's Willamette Valley is a tectonic forearc.

Planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, paleoceanographic implications, and deep-sea correlation of the Pliocene-Pleistocene Centerville Beach section, northern California Author(s). The Willamette Valley (/ w ɪ ˈ l æ m ɪ Biostratigraphy of exploratory wells /) is a mile ( km) long valley in Oregon, in the Pacific Northwest region of the United Willamette River flows the entire length of the valley, and it is surrounded by mountains on three sides – the Cascade Range to the east, the Oregon Coast Range to the west, and the Calapooya Mountains to the s on: Cascade Range (East), Oregon Coast.

In this type of environment, biostratigraphy is a very useful tool, especially during the drilling of exploratory wells and in determining new prospects and target areas.

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Wright, Edward Robinson. Oregon's Willamette River Basin, which encompasses some of the nation's richest farm and forest land, is also home to most of Oregon's citizens. More than 2 million people live in the Willamette Basin today, and that number is expected to reach nearly 4 million by the year hydrographs for selected observation wells in the willamette basin, oregon Click below on a well to view a hydrograph of water-level measurements Well hydrographs and ascii data tables.

BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE COWLITZ FORMATION IN THE UPPER NEHALEM RIVER BASIN, NORTHWEST OREGON by NEIL B. SHAW A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE in GEOLOGY Portland State University Author: Neil B.

Shaw. ABSTRACT. Stratigraphic and chronologic information collected for Quaternary deposits in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, provides a revised stratigraphic framework that serves as a basis for a ,scale map, as well as for thickness estimates of widespread Quaternary geologic units.

The Willamette Valley: Past and Present Geologic History of the Willamette River Basin About 50 million years ago the Siletzia Island Chain formed when a hotspot deep beneath the Pacific Ocean generated a string of shield volcanoes, some as wide as 30 miles at the base.

Some 38 million years ago, the. geologic and geomorphic history of the southern Willamette Valley. Secondly, as management plans and prescriptions are developed to improve the wetland ecosystem it is important to understand the geochemical makeup, textures and depths of the soil units that underlie the area and their distribution.

Page 50 - Stream, bv which a vast body of warm water sweeps along their accentuated shores, and the comparatively equable diffusion of rain throughout the year, all probably conspire to the preservation and development of an originally ample inheritance.

The case of the Pacific forest is remarkable and paradoxical. It is, as we know, the sole refuge of the most characteristic and wide-spread. AMAZON BASIN AND WILLAMETTE RIVER MACROINVERTEBRATE STUDY, OREGON, FALL FINAL REPORT Prepared for City of Eugene Public Works–Wastewater Division River Avenue Eugene, Oregon Prepared by Jena L.

Lemke and Michael B. Cole ABR, Inc.–Environmental Research and Services P.O. Box Forest Grove, Oregon December The analysis of nutrient concentration - water flow relationships in a lakeland river. A process for developing water quality criteria under the US Federal Clean Water Act. Differences between Polish standards and EC directives on water quality.

Water quality study design for the Willamette Basin, Oregon, using a geographic information : Mark A. Uhrich, Dennis A. Wentz. Willamette River (essay) By William G. Robbins The Willamette River and its extensive drainage basin lie in the greater Cascades geological province, extending from British Columbia to northern California.

The river and its principal tributaries dr square miles. BIOSTRATIGRAPHY • The most common fossils in coal and coal-bearing rocks are pollen grains and spores. Thus, biostratigraphy based on pollen and spores (palynostratigraphy) has been used to determine the age of the coal beds and coal zones in the Powder River Basin.


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Examination of stream and roadcut exposures of the Cowlitz Formation allows the selection of measured representative sections, and collection of fossils, from an area roughly defined by the intersection of the boundaries of Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook and Washington counties in Oregon.

The study defines the features of the local environment of deposition, correlates sections to derive a Author: Neil B. Shaw. One of the branches of the Willamette River, the Pudding River, runs through Clackamas and Marion The Pudding River drains an almost circular basin encompassing squares miles.

The River originates in the name Pudding River is one of the oldest place names in Oregon. The origin of the Pudding River’s name is controversial. The Willamette Valley Pleistocene Project explores the late Pleistocene and early Holocene of the Willamette River Valley in Northwest Oregon.

Composed of local volunteers and resources, avocational paleontologists, land owners, and local government working alongside trained professionals and museum staff, our goal is to discover, study, and. Marys Peak. Wow. Just wow. This is one of those remarkable, magical places that grabs hold of your heart and then hurls your spirit skyward rendering you speechless.

It's no wonder the Kalapuya came here for their sacred spirit quests. At 4, feet, Marys Peak is the highest point in the Oregon Coast Range (and part. The evolution of biostratigraphic systems in Cretaceous sequences of the Western Interior Basin has been rapid.

Broad assemblage zones of early workers have been progressively replaced by more refined zonal systems based first on single lineages of ammonites or inoceramid bivalves, next on simple assemblage and concurrent range zones blending these two groups, and ultimately on composite Cited by:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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Willamette River dissolved oxygen modeling component reportPages: Friends & their Fossils. Here are some photographs of our friends and their favorite fossils, artifacts, and glacial erratics. Click on thumbnail to enlarge their photo. Emily Melby finds a piece of megafauna leg bone on the Willamette River.

Leonard Finkleman, PhD, with a. Willamette River. This atlas was compiled by a team of more that 30 researchers as a resource for “people interested in what the future may hold for the Willamette River Basin in Oregon.” (pg.1) It examines the physical, biological, and human history of the basin, utilizing scientific data and observations, in order to “help both.

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MUSEUM HiLL AVENUE 4f. / NVVA LO!: UNIVERSITY OF .The time transgressive nature of the California benthic foraminiferal stages is in most cases the result of poor taxonomy, use of local species ranges, and a lack of understanding about the type sections.

Correcting these problems allows the stages to be consistently applied and enhances their ability to identify coeval strata. Each stage is identified by the first and last appearances of.recommendation to declare a groundwater management area in the Southern Willamette Valley.

A public comment period on the proposed Southern Willamette Valley GWMA declaration opened on Septem and closed on December 1, A public notice was issued and published in the Oregon Secretary of State Bulletin on October 1,