Glen Canyon Group, Sevier Basin and Kaiparowitz Bench (06)

Comments on Geologic Parameters

06 Continuity:

General sand-body continuity maps of the Navajo Sandstone throughout Utah were presented by Stanley and others (1971) and Kocurek and Dott (1983). These maps are schematic and do not display sand-body pinch-outs where the Navajo Sandstone intertongues with the Carmel Formation top seal.

06 Reference:

Kocurek, G., and Dott, R. H., Jr., 1983, Jurassic paleogeography of the central and southern Rocky Mountains region, in Reynolds, M. W., and Dolly, E. D., eds., Mesozoic paleogeography of the West-Central United States: Rocky Mountain paleogeography symposium: Denver, Rocky Mountain Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, v. 2, p. 101–116.

Stanley, K. O., Jordan, W. M., and Dott, R. H., Jr., 1971, New hypothesis of early Jurassic paleogeography and sediment dispersal for western United States: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 55, no. 1, p. 10–19.


Click here for "RI0283. Geological CO2 Sequestration Atlas of Miocene Strata, Offshore Texas State Waters"


For a flyer on GCCC mission, activities, impact, and goals, please click here.

University of Texas at Austin

University of Texas

© 2021 Bureau of Economic Geology | Web Privacy Policy | Web Accessibility Policy