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The Mancos B interval of the Upper Cretaceous Mancos Shale is represented by up to 372 m of thinly interstratified clays tone, siltstone, and very fine- to fine-grained sandstone deposited offshore, below storm-wave base, in the Western Interior Seaway. The Mancos B is best developed along Douglas Creek Arch in western Colorado and eastern Utah, where it is a major producer of natural gas and a minor producer of oil.

Combined stratigraphic and sedimentologic data suggest that the Mancos B is a regressive prodelta-plume complex genetically related to deltaic systems active along the western shoreline of the seaway. In...

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