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Green River Formation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Green River Formation is an Eocene geologic formation that records the sedimentation in a group of intermountain lakes in three basins along the present-day Green ...

Green River Oil Shale Formation - Green River Shale Map

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Location: The Green River Basin Oil Shale Field is located in Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado which extends on the Western side of the rocky Mountains.

The Green River Formation: World's Largest Oil Shale Deposits

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A stretch of largely vacant federal lands in Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado may hold more recoverable oil than all the rest of the world put together. That is what Anu ...

Green River Formation Fossil Fish, Insects, Plants and More

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Green River Formation Fossils Spectacular fish, plant, insect, bat, bird, turtle, horse and other types of fossils have been found

Green River Formation - Virtual Fossil Museum

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The Green River Formation comprises several basins formed as part of the uplifting of the Rocky Mountains during the Lower Teritary.

Green River Formation - UCMP - University of California ...

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The Green River Formation is the site at which the fossil of the oldest known flying mammal was found. This organism, a bat, Icaronycteris index, was preserved with ...

Green River Formation - Britannica.com

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...sedimentary rock formation. The butte comprises a small portion of what was once Fossil Lake, which existed some 50 million years ago during the early Eocene Epoch.

Green River Formation - ONLY THE BEST FOSSILS

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Eocene (50 mya) Green River Formation – F1 Horizon Kemmerer, Wyoming ITEM# FISH-GRF-0018 This is a museum-quality example of the snort-nosed garfish Lepisosteus ...

Green River Formation - UW-Geoscience

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Farson Sandstone Member, northern Green River Basin. Note the clinoforms dipping to the left (southwest) in this deltaic sandstone.

Green River Formation - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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The Green River Formation is a 48 million year old Eocene rock formation. It records sediment from a group of intermountain lakes. Its fine fossils make this a ...