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A)  Doe <b>Creek</b> allomembers 2 to 4 exposed in <b>Flatbed</b> <b>Creek</b> section 2 (arrows...
Published: 01 June 2006
Fig. 12. A) Doe Creek allomembers 2 to 4 exposed in Flatbed Creek section 2 (arrows indicate the top of each allomember). Note sharp-based, forced regressive delta-front sandstones in the upper parts of allomembers 2A, 3 and 4. The top of these sandstones are rooted and have dinosaur tracks
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A)  Doe <b>Creek</b> allomembers 2 to 4 exposed in <b>Flatbed</b> <b>Creek</b> section 2 (arrows...
Published: 01 June 2006
Fig. 12. A) Doe Creek allomembers 2 to 4 exposed in Flatbed Creek section 2 (arrows indicate the top of each allomember). Note sharp-based, forced regressive delta-front sandstones in the upper parts of allomembers 2A, 3 and 4. The top of these sandstones are rooted and have dinosaur tracks
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Heterolithic facies B. A. <b>Flatbed</b> <b>Creek</b>, allomember 2A (site 7) showing cm-...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 9. Heterolithic facies B. A. Flatbed Creek, allomember 2A (site 7) showing cm-scale interstratified very fine-grained sandstone and siltstone with BI 0–1, sharply overlain by HCS sandstone of facies D. B. Heterolithic succession below shoreface sandstone. Heterolithic facies is incised
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A. 30 cm coal capping allomember AX5 in <b>Flatbed</b> <b>Creek</b> (see  Fig. 11 ). Coal...
Published: 01 March 2019
Figure 19. A. 30 cm coal capping allomember AX5 in Flatbed Creek (see Fig. 11 ). Coal is erosively overlain at transgressive surface X by a 1.2 m thick oyster biostrome that marks the base of the Doe Creek unit. B. Detail of mixture of attached and broken oyster shells, with an associated fauna
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Dip section line 2 extending from outcrop on <b>Flatbed</b> <b>Creek</b>, across the cent...
Published: 01 June 2006
Fig. 6. Dip section line 2 extending from outcrop on Flatbed Creek, across the central part of the basin to outcrop on the Peace River at Pratts Landing. Note eastward pinch-out of deltaic sandstones in the Doe Creek unit (allomembers 1–8) and reappearance of lowstand sandstones east
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Outcrop correlation panel linking ‘marginal marine’ sections on <b>Flatbed</b>, Di...
Published: 01 March 2019
Figure 11. Outcrop correlation panel linking ‘marginal marine’ sections on Flatbed, Dickebusch and Coldstream creeks, via an ‘open marine’ section on Pouce Coupe River, to distal ‘marginal marine’ sections along the Peace River from Highland Park to Erin Lodge, east of which, the A-X unit has
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2019
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (2019) 67 (2): 71–116.
...Figure 9. Heterolithic facies B. A. Flatbed Creek, allomember 2A (site 7) showing cm-scale interstratified very fine-grained sandstone and siltstone with BI 0–1, sharply overlain by HCS sandstone of facies D. B. Heterolithic succession below shoreface sandstone. Heterolithic facies is incised...
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Generic summary of lateral facies relationships around the Doe <b>Creek</b> depoce...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 24. Generic summary of lateral facies relationships around the Doe Creek depocentre, with facies A through H indicated beside each log. Sections in Flatbed Creek in the far west show that 1–3 m thick shoreface/delta-front sandstones can pass laterally into nested gutter casts in 1–2 km
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Generalized paleogeographic reconstruction of the Doe <b>Creek</b> unit. The appro...
Published: 01 June 2006
Highland Park to Erin Lodge, and in the west on Flatbed Creek indicate a broad embayment opening to the SE. The distribution of sandstone suggests the presence of rivers on the NW and SW margins of the embayment which fed deltas that prograded at highstand and falling stage to form extensive, sharp-based
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Correlation of the principal sections of Doe <b>Creek</b> allomembers 1 to 6 expos...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 6. Correlation of the principal sections of Doe Creek allomembers 1 to 6 exposed along Flatbed Creek, located a few kilometres south of the Tumbler Ridge town site (see inset map for location of the sections). The succession is gently folded such that the distinctive oyster biostrome above
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2006
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (2006) 54 (2): 110–137.
...Fig. 12. A) Doe Creek allomembers 2 to 4 exposed in Flatbed Creek section 2 (arrows indicate the top of each allomember). Note sharp-based, forced regressive delta-front sandstones in the upper parts of allomembers 2A, 3 and 4. The top of these sandstones are rooted and have dinosaur tracks...
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Facies D. Stratified sandstone. A. Swaley and trough cross-stratified fine ...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 13. Facies D. Stratified sandstone. A. Swaley and trough cross-stratified fine sandstone, uppermost shoreface sandstone in allomember 2A at Flatbed Creek site 4, where it forms the ‘Lower Flatbed Falls’ of local terminology. B. Unit of large-scale trough cross-bedded sandstone locally
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 August 2007
Geology (2007) 35 (8): 735–738.
... at Flatbed Creek (Fig. 3) , a thin delta-front sandstone (facies 3) sharply overlies laminated offshore mud-stone (facies 1). More remarkable is the presence of isolated gutter casts filled with HCS sandstone, abruptly capping laminated marine mudstone, in turn capped by a muddy paleosol and coal (e.g...
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Published: 01 December 2005
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (2005) 53 (4): 357–389.
... Erin Lodge site 1 83M/16 225980 Erin Lodge site 2 83M/16 237986 Road + Walk ER Elephant Ridge 93P/6 029147 Helicopter FC Flatbed Creek 93P/2 308107 Walk GC Gordon Creek 93P/6 160146 Helicopter HC Hunting Creek 83N/13 673854 4x4 truck HoC Howard Creek 83M/15 863905...
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Facies A, Thinly-bedded mudstone. A. Mudstone exposed near the base of allo...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 7. Facies A, Thinly-bedded mudstone. A. Mudstone exposed near the base of allomember 1 in Flatbed Creek; brown resistant bands comprise flattened siderite nodules (hammer = 32 cm long). B. Mudstone containing in-situ, vertically-oriented inoceramid bivalve (margin indicated by arrows
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Details of disarticulated shell beds forming reworked lags within facies A ...
Published: 01 June 2019
Ostrea soleniscus Meek ( Stanton, 1893 ); D. Detail of internal surface of oyster shell showing encrusting serpulid worm tubes (coin = 18 mm diameter). Allomember A, Flatbed Creek.
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Isolith map of clean sandstone in AX3. Highstand sandstones are confined to...
Published: 01 March 2019
Figure 26. Isolith map of clean sandstone in AX3. Highstand sandstones are confined to the NW, and wave ripples measured in Flatbed Creek indicate a shoreline trending NNE-SSW. A large elongate sandbody up to 7 m thick, interpreted as a wave-influenced lowstand shoreface, crops out at Torrens
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Figure 3. Cross section oriented SW-NE, transverse to axis of the basin  (F...
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Published: 01 August 2007
Figure 3. Cross section oriented SW-NE, transverse to axis of the basin (Fig. 2) . Combined unconformity and/or flooding surfaces bounding sequences 1–6 in Flatbed Creek are correlated (on the basis of hundreds of well logs; details in Kreitner and Plint, 2006 ) to outcrop on distal side
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Isolith maps for ‘clean’ (approximate&lt;approximatelyAPI 75) sandstone-ric...
Published: 01 June 2019
cross-bedding; WR = wave ripple crest trend. Only allomember 1 contains an appreciable volume of sandstone, confined to the basin margin. Outcrop at Dickebusch Creek (DBC) and Flatbed Creek (FBC) shows that sandstones are thin (1–2 m) sharp-based shoreface deposits (see Figs. 10 , 12 ).
Journal Article
Published: 07 May 2008
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2008) 45 (4): 457–463.
... tooth in 1994 ( Ludvigsen 1996 ). After two young boys discovered an ankylosaur trackway and fossil bone while tubing down Flatbed Creek near the town of Tumbler Ridge, a prospecting trip to the nearby Quality Creek Canyon was organized in 2002 ( McCrea and Buckley 2004 ). During this trip, more fossil...
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