Dakota group

Da`ko´ta group`


1.(Geol.) A subdivision at the base of the cretaceous formation in Western North America; - so named from the region where the strata were first studied.
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N Dakota Group plans $4bn plant NEW YORK: Badlands said it will build a $4 billion chemical plant in North Dakota to produce polyethylene, a key plastic used to make packaging, pipes and scores of other products.
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Nicole Miller Collection Dakota group from Excelsior Designs offers subtle patterns accented by metallics.
Outcrops of the Dakota group appear sporadically along the front range of the Colorado Rockies, and are filled with fossilized tracks from iguanodontids and other dinosaurs.
Barton said the idea for the bundle came from First Nations Elders of the Cree, Saulteaux, Sioux and Dakota groups who had gathered to speak on new education partnerships.
Other Dakota groups occupied the country south of the Milk River.
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