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Discovery of a 35-meter-thick, oil-stained sandstone interval in outcrop of the Tonnie Siltstone Member, Chinitna Formation, lower Cook Inlet, south-central Alaska

Bibliographic Reference

Herriott, T.M., and Wartes, M.A., 2017, Discovery of a 35-meter-thick, oil-stained sandstone interval in outcrop of the Tonnie Siltstone Member, Chinitna Formation, lower Cook Inlet, south-central Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Preliminary Interpretive Report 2017-5, 12 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/29837

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Keywords

Bowser Formation; Channel; Chinitna Formation; Conglomerate; Contact; Cook Inlet; Depositional Environment; Energy; Energy Resources; Exploration; Forearc Basin; Gas; Geologic; Geology; Highstand; Hydrocarbon; Interpretation; Jurassic; Lowstand; Marine; Naknek; Ninilchik; Oil and Gas; Oil and Gas Basin; Petroleum; Regression; Regressive; Reservoir; Rocks; STATEMAP Project; Sand; Sandstone; Sediment; Sedimentary; Sedimentary Rocks; Sedimentation; Sedimentology; Sequence Stratigraphy; Shelf; Slope; Stratigraphy; Surface; Tonnie Siltstone Member; Transgressive; Turbidites; Turbidity; Tyonek; Unconformity

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