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Overview of the Late Cretaceous, early Paleocene, and early Eocene megafloras of the Denver Basin, Colorado
Rocky Mountain Geology
Late Cretaceous a n d Paleogene p l a n t fossils collected at 149 localities in the Denver Basin, Colorado, are placed into a stratigraphic framework based on palynostratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy, vertebrate paleontology, geochronology, sequence stratigraphy, electric well logs, and two cored wells. Between 69 and 54 Ma, the Denver Basin accumulated sedimentary rocks that recorded the withdrawal of a seaway, the uplift of a m o u n t a i n range, and evidence of the Cretaceous-Tertiary anddoi:10.2113/gsrocky.38.1.101 fatcat:whprfolnobbjzmvj57okpftzk4