The biostratigraphy of the Elf Jameson Bay C-31 borehole, District of Franklin: M183-2/245-2E-PDF
“Elf Jameson Bay C-31 wildcat well, sited in eastern Prince Patrick Island, Northwest Territories at 76° 40' 12" N. and 116° L43' 45" W. at a ground elevation of 191' spudded on March 11, 1971 and completed drilling on May 12, 1971 at a total depth of 8, 327'. Casing was set at 84' (20" conductor pipe), 965' (13 3/8" casing) and 4,535' (9 5/8" casing). The well status is abandoned. A total of 54 sidewall samples were taken of which 48 were recovered; two cores were cut between 4,148' and between 7,887' adn 7,917'. Cuttings samples were collected from the interval 80' - 8,327'. This study was based on an examination of cuttings samples and core material made available by the Geological Survey of Canada; the sidewall samples were not available for examination"--Introd., p. 1.
|Department/Agency||Natural Resources Canada.|
|Title||The biostratigraphy of the Elf Jameson Bay C-31 borehole, District of Franklin|
|Series Title||Exploration report ; Open file / Geological Survey Ottawa ;|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||At head of title: Robertson Research (North America) Limited. "October 1973". "Project No. RRNA/734/096". Historical publication digitized 2017 [by the Geological Survey of Canada]|
|Number of Pages||29,  p., 3 p. of plates + 3 charts|
|Subject Terms||Paleontology, Stratigraphy|
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