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Atoka formation on the north side of the McAlester Basin

Jack Gordon Blythe

Atoka formation on the north side of the McAlester Basin

by Jack Gordon Blythe

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Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey in Norman, OK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Pennsylvanian.,
  • Geology -- Oklahoma.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jack G. Blythe.
    SeriesCircular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) -- 47
    ContributionsOklahoma Geological Survey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE"153"A3"no.47
    The Physical Object
    Pagination74 p. :
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20620162M

    The clastic wedge, the Atoka Formation, is synorogenic and up to km thick in the southern part of the basin and was deposited mainly by E-W-trending submarine fans in a neritic to bathyal environment (Houseknecht, , ). Although the Atoka sediments comprise more than three fourths of the entire Pennsylvanian. Pg. Jackfork formation. There has been much controversy on age of Jackfork formation. A Morrow (lower Pennsylvanian) fauna has been found by Honess at base of his "Upper Jackfork" sandstone, which he correlates with Atoka formation. Miser therefore excludes "Upper Jackfork" of Honess from Jackfork formation and maps it as Atoka on State map.

    The Booch Sandstones (McAlester Formation, Krebs Group), Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma – Outcrops to Well Logs: An Introduction to Oklahoma Fluvial Reservoirs* Neil H. Suneson1 Search and Discovery Article # () Posted Septem *Adapted from presentation to Tulsa Geological Society, September 8, Circular Chesterian and Morrowan rocks in the McAlester basin of Oklahoma, by Richard B. Laudon. November 30 pages, 14 figures. Circular Atoka formation on the north side of the McAlester Basin, by Jack G. Blythe. July 74 pages, 24 figures. 17 Circular Cenozoic geology of northern Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, by David B.

    Atoka specializes in unconventional Natural Gas resources, such as Coal Bed Methane, Fractured Shale, and Tight Gas sands. Our services extend from Desorption and Adsorption, Mudlogging, and Rock Properties Determination, Exploration to Exploitation Planning, Interpretation to Production Optimization and Operations. the Barnett formation of the Permian and Ft. Worth Basins and the Rancheria Formation of southern New Mexico outcrops. These rocks accumulated by autochthonous hemipelagic sedimentation and allochthonous mass gravity transport in low energy, below wave base, dysaerobic conditions in a platform marginal deep water basin formed on the southern.


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Atoka formation on the north side of the McAlester Basin by Jack Gordon Blythe Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Lynn Mountain Formation (Early Pennsylvanian) at surface, covers 9 % of this area. McALESTER TEXARKANA- Shale, gray to tan, with many fine- to coarse-grained, quartzose, micaceous sandstone with many bottom markings; top eroded; thickness, 3, to 7, feet or more; unconformable upon Goddard, Delaware Creek, Woodford, and older beds that are exposed.

First published use in Pittsburg Co, OK, in the Arkoma basin. Probably named for the town of McAlester. No type locality designated. Occurs in the McAlester coal district in the McAlester quadrangle, and in the Lehigh coal district in the Atoka and Colgate quadrangles.

Discussion of Atoka formation on north side of McAlester basin. Formation passes northward into a platform facies, thins, and is overlapped by Desmoinesian rocks. Facies changes and thinning of section north of Arkansas River made it unwise to attempt perfect identification of the rapidly thinning shelf-facies section with member as described.

Posts about Atoka Formation written by argeology. The Geologic Road Guide to Arkansas State High a Geotour of the Southern Arkoma Basin Fold Belt and Related Ouachita Mountain Tectonic Zones by Drs.

Richard Cohoon (Emeritus), Jason Patton (Associate), and Victor Vere (Emeritus), Professors of Geology at Arkansas Tech University, is now available for download.

Savanna Formation, Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, from outcrops and surface and subsurface gamma-ray profiles: OGS Oklahoma Geology Notes, v. 62, p. Andrews, R.D.,Bypassed gas production in a recently discovered Hartshorne gasFile Size: KB. December Bibliography of Arkoma Basin and Northeast Oklahoma Shelf Brian J.

Cardott Oklahoma Geological Survey Alsalhi, R.A.,Atoka Formation sequence stratigraphy in Arkoma Basin, Haskell and Blythe, J.G.,Atoka Formation on the north side of the McAlester basin: OGS Circu 74 p.

Bowker, K., and J. Seale,The. Stratigraphy and Depositional Environment of the Middle Atoka Formation, Central Arkoma Basin, Western Arkansas A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Geology by Yueyang Wang China University of Petroleum Bachelor of Engineering in Resource Exploration, December Author: Yueyang Wang.

The atoka formation in north-central Arkansas [Stone, Charles G] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The atoka formation in north-central ArkansasAuthor: Charles G Stone.

Sedimentology. The Atoka Formation is a sequence of marine sandstones, siltstones, and shales, and may be as thick at 25, feet in the Ouachita Mountains.

The formation is conformable with the Bloyd Shale in the Boston Mountains and the Johns Valley Formation in the Ouachita Mountains. Paleofauna Trace Fossils. Conostichus; C. arkansanus ReferencesCountry: United States. Book Stores in Mcalester on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Book Stores in Mcalester, OK.

Corporate Headquarters. Express Lane McAlester, OK PH: FAX: are rare. The Choctaw fault separates the strata of the coal basin from the more intensely deformed strata of the Ouachita Mountains, which lie to the south.

Along that fault strata on the south side have been thrust northward over younger strata on the north by: 1. History. Atoka was founded by the Choctaw Indians in the s, and named for Captain Atoka, a leader of the Choctaw Nation and the signer of the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, which began the process of re-locating the Choctaw people from Mississippi to Oklahoma in The name "Atoka" is derived from the Choctaw word hitoka (or hetoka), which means "ball ground" in County: Atoka.

TABLE 1. Division of the Atoka Formation in Van Buren and Lavaca quadrangles, Arkansas and Oklahoma._____ A15 2. Estimated original reserves of coal in the Arkansas part of Van Buren and Lavaca quadrangles, Arkansas and Oklahoma.

_____ 27 : Boyd Raymond Haley, Thomas Andrews Hendricks. InHolleyman co-founded and serves as CEO of Basin Environmental & Safety Technologies and Basin Transportation. He is also a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Oklahoma (P.E. Read Full Bio. Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings,32 Stratigraphy ofthe Lower AtokaFormation, Crawford County, Arkansas JOHN G.

CHAPMAN,JAMES P. THORNTON and DOY Department of Geology, University of Arkansas, Fayettevi lie ABSTRACT The Atoka Formation (Pennsylvanian) ofnorthwestern Arkansas is acomplex succession of. Atoka Sands (Pregnant Shale or Davis Sand) This north Texas zone is often called the “Pregnant Shale” because of its characteristic shape on down-hole electric logs.

The zone is a poor performer in general, with the median wells producing MMCFG, and the average well producing about MMCFG. Evolution from Passive Margin to Foreland Basin: The Atoka Formation of the Arkoma Basin, South‐Central U.S.A. Chapter (PDF Available) May Author: David Houseknecht. Geology.

Collins, et al published a detailed description of the interval in (in Depositional Environments, Petrology and Fractures of the Atoka Davis Sandtone: A Low-permeability Gas-bearing Sandstone of the Fort Worth Basin, North Central Texas {Transactions of the Southwest Section of American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, Publication.

High and lowstand deposition. Source: Dr. Scholle Exploratory drilling continues in the Delaware Basin, with El Capitan and the Guadalupe Mountains in the background. Source: Thomas Smith About million years ago, the Permian Basin, which now covers a large area of central USA, was situated along the western margin of Pangaea, about 10° north of the paleo-equator.The Atoka Formation along the southwestern margin of the Arkoma basin in Coal and Pontotoc Counties, Oklahoma, is predominantly a mudstone unit interbedded with thin (less than 30 ft), horizontally stratified, sandstones and rare, thin, sandy limestones.Atoka Formation on the North Side of the McAlester Basin by Jack G.

Blythe [Oklahoma Geological Survey, Circu ] bound edition, inscribed to VerWiebe and signed by author. Box 3: FF 5: Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists [Vol. 6, Number 3, May-June, ] Box 3: FF 6.