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Abstract

The Rocky Mountain foreland as depicted by the Wyoming area is characterized by a series of north-to-northwest trending ranges cored with Precambrian- age rocks and intervening Tertiary-filled basins (Fig. 2). Local structures within these basin areas are the targets for oil and gas exploration.

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