The paper by Theodore A. Link, which appeared in the May Bulletin,1 presents some interesting hypotheses, but the well evidence, which forms the main basis of argument, is not convincing. Without some more intimate knowledge of the structure it is not perfectly safe to assume that the limestone lies at a depth of more than 12,000 feet on the eastern border of the Turner Valley structure, for, although the evidence from the British Dominion well No. 1 suggests something of this order, two other wells farther south by no means corroborate this.

In the Sterling Pacific well Dr. Link...

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