Abstract

The Williston basin is an intracratonic structural and sedimentary basin which includes 51,600 sq mi in North Dakota. It contains sedimentary rocks of every geologic period from Cambrian through Tertiary and the maximum known thickness is 15,128 feet in a well in McKenzie County in western North Dakota. The authors briefly describe the depositional history of the stratigraphic sequence.

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