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  • Several forms of the genus are known; they may be found in western North America, northern Europe (especially Poland), Asia and the Canning Basin of Western Australia.
  • The Black Warrior Basin is a geologic sedimentary basin of western Alabama and northern Mississippi in the United States.
  • It inhabits the Onilahy River basin of western Madagascar.
  • The relict dace, Relictus solitarius, is an endangered cyprinid fish of the Great Basin of western North America.
  • The White River springfish Crenichthys baileyi, is a rare goodeid fish of the Great Basin of western North America, native to various warm springs in the White River drainage of eastern Nevada.
  • The east-west orientation of Dhorpatan Valley offers a notably -- by Himalayan standards -- easy route between the Karnali basin of western Nepal and the Gandaki River basin in the center, over a relatively low pass on the watershed about a day's walk east of the town.
  • Rocks of Cassinian age are found in the Champlain Valley and among other places in North America in the Great Basin of Western Utah and Nevada, and in the uppermost El Paso Group in southern New Mexico and west Texas.
  • The company, which has its headquarters in Novosibirsk region, produces anthracite from open-strip mines in the Gorlovsky Coal Basin of Western Siberia, where its reserves are estimated at more than 200 Mt.
  • Interestingly enough, it was Hefner's grandson, Robert A. Hefner III, that would pioneer the ultra-deep gas production in the Anadarko Basin of western Oklahoma at depths approaching during the late 1970s.
  • The Railroad Valley springfish Crenichthys nevadae, is a rare goodeid fish of the Great Basin of western North America, occurring naturally in just seven thermal springs of Railroad Valley in Nye County, Nevada.
  • The success of massive hydraulic fracturing in the Wattenberg Field of Colorado was followed in the late 1970s by its use in gas wells drilled to tight sandstones of the Mesaverde Group of the Piceance Basin of western Colorado.
  • Natural gas is produced from the Cadomin Formation in the Deep Basin of western Alberta in the Hinton-Grande Cache-Grande Prairie area, as well as in the Cutbank area in northeastern British Columbia.
  • Limusaurus (meaning "mud lizard") is a genus of toothless herbivorous theropod dinosaur from the Jurassic (Oxfordian stage) Upper Shishugou Formation in the Junggar Basin of western China.