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Permian rocks are preserved throughout most of the eastern Cordillera and locally, in the Peace River-Liard River area, on the Interior Platform (Fig. 4F.1, 4F.2, 4F.3). They are absent from the remainder of the Interior Platform and from most of the Mackenzie Mountains through truncation at several disconformities beneath Mesozoic strata.

Permian sediments were deposited mainly along the margin of the North American plate in a Permian depositional basin, here named Ishbel Trough, extending from the 49th parallel to the Ancestral Aklavik Arch in northern Yukon Territory. The trough occupies approximately the same position as the Carboniferous Prophet Trough...

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