USGS P 302-D

Publication Details

  • Title:

    Micropaleontology of the Mesozoic rocks of northern Alaska
  • Authors:

    Bergquist, H.R.
  • Publication Date:

    1966
  • Publisher:

    U.S. Geological Survey
  • Ordering Info:

    USGS Publications Warehouse
  • Quadrangle(s):

    Barrow, Chandler Lake, Harrison Bay, Howard Pass, Ikpikpuk River, Lookout Ridge, Meade River, Misheguk Mountain, Point Lay, Teshekpuk, Umiat, Utukok River, Wainwright

Bibliographic Reference

Bergquist, H.R., 1966, Micropaleontology of the Mesozoic rocks of northern Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 302-D, p. 93-227, 9 sheets.

Publication Products

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  • Maps & Other Oversized SheetsMaps & Other Oversized Sheets

    • Plate 16 Microfossil horizons within Verneuilinoides Borealis faunal zone in test wells 1-11, Umiat Field, Northern Alaska (343.0 K)
    • Plate 17 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in Avak test well 1 and south Barrow test wells 1-4, Northern Alaska (1.3 M)
    • Plate 18 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in Simpson Test Well 1, North Simpson Test Well 1, and Simpson Core Tests 13, 14, 25, and 28, Northern Alaska (1.4 M)
    • Plate 19 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in Topagoruk Test Well 1, East Topagoruk Test Well 1, Oumalik Test Well 1 East Oumalik Test Well 1, and Oumalik Core Tests 2, 11, and 12, Northern Alaska (1.1 M)
    • Plate 20 Stratigraphic Distribution of microfossils in Fish Creek Test Well 1 and Sentinel Hill Core Test 1, Northern Alaska (508.0 K)
    • Plate 21 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in Kaolak Test Well 1 and Meade Test Well 1, Northern Alaska (253.0 K)
    • Plate 22 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in eight test wells in the northern foothills section, Northern Alaska (956.0 K)
    • Plate 23 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in Umiat Test Wells 1-11, Umiat Oil Field, Northern Alaska (1.5 M)
    • Plate 24 Stratigraphic distribution of microfossils in Gubik Test Wells 1 and 2, Northern Alaska (565.0 K)

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