Devonian

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  • noun

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from 405 million to 345 million years ago

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Based on the close resemblance of the Eastport forms to the Devonian age European material, both paleontologists felt justified in assigning an Early Devonian age to the Maine unit (Martinsson 1970, 1977; Berdan 1971, 1990; Brookins etal.
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Ostracodes from both the Hersey and the Eastport formations of coastal Maine are indicative of an Early Devonian age (Berdan 1971).
Following the discovery made in the Upper Devonian section of the Poti Formation, announced on November 17, 2010, the drilling of the well OGX-22 continued and a new accumulation of gas in the Lower Devonian age of the Cabe[?
If we apply the general Middle Devonian age of these longer-ranging species to the Rezekne RS, we shall get a reverse age determination: the longer-ranging species determine the age of an earlier unit.
It is planned to tag the Late Devonian age basement at TD of around 1350 mRT.
Koppers South is a high graded prospect that is expected to produce hydrocarbons from the Mississippian Age "Big Lime" and Devonian Age "Chattanooga Shale.
Similar Devonian age limestone is a favorable host for sediment-hosted gold systems elsewhere on the Battle Mountain -Eureka Trend.
The property lies along the margin of a north-south trending carbonate window where Devonian age limestone of the Denay and Devils Gate Formations is exposed through the Roberts Mountains Thrust.
There are some more indications of the secondary magnetizations of Early Devonian age from the igneous rocks of Kalak Nappe Complex, northern Norway (Torsvik et al.
According to Deloy Miller, Chief Executive Officer, Miller Petroleum, the firm has some 44,000 acres under lease and these new wells will be drilled to a depth of about 3,200 feet to test the Big Lime and the Devonian age (Chattanooga Shale).
Oil production in the region comes from marine limestones of the Devonian age.
Leatherwood is targeting Devonian Age tight carbonates at approximately 15,800 feet and total estimated gross unrisked reserve potential of 170 Bcf for this multi-well prospect.
It is believed that the well did not reach Devonian age rock as perceived by the geological field survey of the cuttings during drilling of the well.
The gas discovery was made on the upper levels of the Huamampampa formation of the lower Devonian age.