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In the Nordegg-Westward Ho region the Shunda formation is a clastic carbonate unit, 150 feet in average thickness, lying between two relatively clastic free carbonate formations, the Pekisko below and the Turner Valley above.
The correlation of the Shunda from its outcrop type section, located in the Nordegg area, to a cored section in the Westward Ho field, a distance of 80 miles, is illustrated by a stratigraphic cross section of five control points.
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