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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1962
Micropaleontology (1962) 8 (3): 391-395.
...George F. Carini Abstract A new genus of holothurian sclerite comprising one new species, Thalattocanthus consonus, from the Middle Pennsylvanian Wewoka shale at Lake Okmulgee, Oklahoma, is described and figured. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute. Reference includes data from...
Journal Article
Published: 04 December 2017
Journal of Paleontology (2017) 92 (2): 157-169.
... B), this middle cycle is time equivalent to the Francis Creek Shale in Illinois, which is well known as the famous Mazon Creek Lagerstätte. The Wewoka carbonate concretion layer that yielded the studied specimen formed in offshore, middle to outer shelf, mud deposits. The layer was formed during...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1940
AAPG Bulletin (1940) 24 (1): 173-179.
..., and upper Allegheny. The equivalent of the Marmaton and Wewoka has not been recognized but is believed to be present. The succeeding zone is the equivalent of the Kansas City and Lansing, upper Hartville, middle Gaptank, middle Canyon, middle Hoxbar, and lower Conemaugh. It is characterized by Triticites...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (3): 603-611.
... . Micropaleontology of the Wetumka, Wewoka, and Holdenville formations . Oklahoma Geological Survey, Bulletin 35 , Norman , 95 p. Watabe , K. 2001 . Ontogeny and Heterochrony of Paraparchites (Ostracoda) from the Lower Permian Speiser Shale in Kansas . Unpublished Master's thesis, University...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1934
AAPG Bulletin (1934) 18 (8): 971-1009.
...Hugh D. Miser ABSTRACT The Carboniferous rocks of the Ouachita Mountains are a great succession of sedimentary strata, chiefly shale and sandstone. They present two different sequences or facies: one of these is revealed in the belt lying between the Ti Valley and Choctaw faults along the northwest...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1936
AAPG Bulletin (1936) 20 (11): 1454-1475.
... of the Pawhuska formation. The Grayhorse limestone marks the top of the Vanoss formation across the entire area. The Asher sandstone is a gradational equivalent of the upper Stratford shale. The Pontotoc terrane is 1,350 feet thick in T. 9 N. The top of the Pontotoc is the approximate time equivalent...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1940
AAPG Bulletin (1940) 24 (4): 716-730.
...., decreasing again to about 230 feet in T. 23 N. It is characterized throughout by the preponderance of shale and by a calcareous to limestone zone, somewhat above the middle, carrying a distinctive assemblage of fossils which resembles, in some respects, the fauna of the Wewoka formation of the Des Moines...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (3): 492-510.
... Creek Shale (=upper Lake Bridgeport Shale) and the overlying Devil's Den Limestone of the Graford Formation, of Late Pennsylvanian Missourian age. The Demospongea protomonaxonids Heliospongia excavata King, 1933 , and Coelocladia spinosa Girty, 1908 are represented in the studied collections by several...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1971
AAPG Bulletin (1971) 55 (8): 1206-1230.
.... These are widespread sandstone sheets generally underlain and overlain by marine shales or limestones. The sandstones are distributed over thousands of square miles, but locally they are lenticular. Each regression is in response to the outbuilding of sediment under static sea level conditions. The supply of sediment...
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Journal Article
Published: 18 October 2017
Journal of Paleontology (2017) 92 (2): 146-156.
... was deposited on the sea floor because the sea floor is thought to have been anoxic based on the lack of benthic fauna and the presence of bedded and nodular phosphate in the shale. Based on described taxa from the Carboniferous, these coleoids are most closely related to Donovaniconus from the Wewoka...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 September 1941
AAPG Bulletin (1941) 25 (9): 1619-1705.
... is dominantly black shale. The Mississippian in the subsurface is of great economic importance because of the large number and widespread distribution of oil and gas fields in Kansas and Oklahoma that produce from rocks of this age. Pennsylvanian rocks are exposed in almost continuous outcrops from the north...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1955
AAPG Bulletin (1955) 39 (1): 1-30.
... rests unconformably on the Mississippian Caney shale and contains a conglomerate composed of limestone boulders derived from beds at least 4,500 feet and probably 9,000 feet stratigraphically lower. During the second and culminating pulsation (probably Virgil), the Deese and older strata were steeply...
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Figure  3 — Dunbarites  from the North American Midcontinent.  1, 2, 13–17,...
Published: 01 May 2009
Shale member (Lake Neosho Shale equivalent), Wewoka Formation, Altamont (Lake Neosho) cyclothem, upper Desmoinesian, south-central Oklahoma ( 3–6 ) and the Middle Shale member (Anna Shale equivalent), Wewoka Formation, Pawnee (Anna) cyclothem, upper Desmoinesian, south-central Oklahoma ( 7–9 ); 3, 4
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Figure  4 —Sutures of species of  Dunbarites .  1,  Dunbarites larus  Ruzhe...
Published: 01 May 2009
, Dunbarites wewokensis n. sp. from the Upper Shale member (Lake Neosho Shale equivalent), Wewoka Formation, Altamont (Lake Neosho) cyclothem, upper Desmoinesian, south-central Oklahoma ( 2 ) and the Middle Shale member (Anna Shale equivalent), Wewoka Formation, Pawnee (Anna) cyclothem, upper Desmoinesian
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1926
AAPG Bulletin (1926) 10 (8): 810-811.
.... The Wetumka shale or, to be more accurate, the basal sandstone of the Wewoka formation and the top ledge of the Calvin sandstone were traced by R. W. Clark and the writer as far north as Deep Fork Canadian River and the top of the Calvin as far as the Okmulgee Mission. The Wetumka decreases in thickness from...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1917
AAPG Bulletin (1917) 1 (1): 134-135.
... by the continuity of the pronounced sandstone escarpments above and below. The one below forms the top of the Wewoka formation (Coalgate folio). It has been traced northward where it evidently grades into the Labette shales. The lowest ledge of the Seminole conglomerate can be traced northward, partly...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1921
AAPG Bulletin (1921) 5 (2): 324.
.... The lower Cisco beds, included in what has been termed the Graham formation, 1 contain a prolific fauna which is very closely related to that of the Wewoka formation of southern Oklahoma. The uppermost shale member of the Graham formation is one of the most remarkably fossiliferous and distinctive...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1953
AAPG Bulletin (1953) 37 (8): 2046-2050.
... the Hilltop formation in the Vamoosa formation in the Stonewall Quadrangle. He wrote that, at the base of the Vamoosa formation, “ … is about 30 feet of dark shale that might easily be mapped as a separate formation.” Green (1936) also recognized the Hilltop interval, but gave it no name, noting 225 feet...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1927
AAPG Bulletin (1927) 11 (10): 1097-1108.
... dolomite is present above the first oil sand, the dolomite is 15 to 60 feet thick. The pay sands are 20 to 80 feet thick. The second sand is underlain by green shale equivalent to the Tyner formation of the Ozarks. Dry holes have penetrated sand bodies more than 600 feet thick at Wewoka and Seminole which...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1921
AAPG Bulletin (1921) 5 (2): 282-292.
... map. From the top downward the formations which outcrop in the district are: Geological Formations in the Okmulgee District Sapulpa group Tulsa group Seminole conglomerate Holdenville shale Wewoka sandstone Wetumka shale Calvin sandstone Senora formation Stuart shale Thurman sandstone...
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