Exshaw Formation - Distribution

Distribution

The Exshaw Formation has a thickness of 46.7 metres (150 ft) at its type locality in the Canadian Rockies. It occurs from the prairies of northern Montana to southern Northwest Territories. A hiatus is observed in the Peace River Arch.

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