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The Maritimes Basin of Atlantic Canada contains deformed late Paleozoic sedimentary rocks. Major dextral strike-slip deformation produced complex structural geometries and stratigraphic relationships. Large strike-slip faults separate smaller sub-basins from basement uplifts; these sub-basins...
Tracing Organic Contamination from Collection to Curation: Contamination Mitigation of Meteorites and Implications for Advanced Curation Methods of AstromaterialsDownload
Meteorites are the most primitive materials in the solar system and can provide important information about the early earth, planetary processes, and possibly yield insights to the building blocks of life. All meteoritic astromaterials are exposed to both organic compound and microbial...
Trace Element Variability in Clay Sediments as a Function of Environmental Conditions within the Fluvial to Marine Water Transition ZoneDownload
Estuaries are marginal marine environments of considerable complexity, due to their spatial and temporal variations in hydrodynamic energy, water chemistry, and sediment source and composition. This complexity hinders geologists’ ability to accurately reconstruct paleoenvironments and...
Like many North American cities, the retail environment in Edmonton, Alberta has experienced significant change since the early 1900s. Before World War II, traditional retail forms in central areas and main streets were accessible on foot and by streetcar lines. These areas provided residents...
This study characterized two organic-rich source rock formations from three different sub-basins of the Georgina Basin, Central Australia, using the 187Re – 187Os isotope system and a suite of major, minor, and trace elements. The major organic-rich source rock in the Georgina Basin, the lower...
Stable isotope dendrochemistry of needles, twigs, and tree rings were used to identify the impacts of a changing global atmosphere in two separate environments with different anthropogenic loads: the boreal forest surrounding the Athabasca Oil Sands region (AOSR), Alberta, Canada, subject to a...
Three-dimensional Outcrop Modelling of Fluvial and Estuarine Outcrops in the Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation, Northeast Alberta, CanadaDownload
While it is widely accepted that both cross-bedded sand and Inclined Heterolithic Stratification (IHS) are the two main geobodies that compose Aptian-aged middle McMurray Formation strata, the stratigraphic relationship between the two units and their physiographic depositional positions in a...
Three-Dimensional Bookstein Shape Coordinates and Functional Morphology of Passive Suspension Feeding in Composita (Brachiopoda, Athyridida)Download
The effects of shell morphology on passive fluid circulation are examined in Late Mississippian through Late Pennsylvanian Composita (Brachiopoda, Athyridida) from Texas, Kentucky, and Iowa. The first three-dimensional derivation of Bookstein shape coordinates is given in association with an...
The trace metal content of modern and ancient peritidal and shallow subtidal dolomites: significance and systematicsDownload
Dolomitization has traditionally been regarded as being related to the interaction of thermally active Mg-rich fluids with poorly ordered carbonate precursors of elusive origin. Our ideas on how such precursors form have evolved rapidly since the late 1990s, and microbes are now considered key...