Facies and diagenesis of the Park City Formation: Sheep Mountain Anticline, Wind River Basin, Fremont County, Wyoming
The Phosphoria Rock Complex (PRC) includes: cherts, organic-rich mudrocks, and phosphorites of the Phosphoria Fm.; carbonates of the Park City Fm.; sandstones of the Shedhorn Fm.; and redbeds and evaporites of the Goose Egg Fm. The Permian succession at Sheep Mountain anticline near the southern margin of the Wind River basin in Fremont County, WY, is dominated by carbonates of the Park City Fm., but also includes phosphorites and mudrocks of the Phosphoria Fm. All three members of the Park City Fm. (i.e., Grandeur, Franson, and Ervay) crop out at Sheep Mountain. With potential source rocks to ...
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