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
  • Keyword(s):

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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