Abstract

The lithology of the Torquay Formation of Saskatchewan is characterized by internal brecciation, leaching, oxidation, and reduction of formerly laminated fine dolarenite, argillaceous dolomite, shale, and subordinate anhydrite. It is postulated that these phenomena are attributable to the processes of intra-formational weathering acting under conditions of alternating oxidation and reduction.

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