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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 15 (1931)

Issue: 10. (October)

First Page: 1265

Last Page: 1277

Title: Stratigraphy of Spring Coulee Well

Author(s): W. S. Yarwood (2)


The Spring Coulee well is located 40 miles south and west of Lethbridge, Alberta. The glacial drift here is underlain by the St. Mary River formation, Subsurface formations penetrated by the well are the marine Foxhills sandstone, the marine Bearpaw shale, the Belly River group, the marine Colorado shale, the Blairmore formation, the marine Fernie shale, and the upper Paleozoic limestone. The stratigraphy of these formations is described and correlations are suggested.

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