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Hydrological impacts of wildfire and climate change on sediment and organic carbon loads at the watershed scaleDownload
Climate change, extreme weather events, and disturbances such as wildfires alter hydrology, which in turn influences the cycling of water quality constituents such as sediments and nutrients. Organic carbon (OC) is an important element affecting water quality, as it can transport heavy metals,...
The Himalayan weather system is under the influence of both tropical and extratropical factors, and interactions between those factors can result in extreme weather-related disasters. However, due to an existing knowledge gap about the factors contributing to anomalous weather conditions over the...
Quantitative Techniques in Ichnology and Sedimentology with Examples from the Cretaceous McMurray Formation, NE Alberta, CanadaDownload
Process ichnology is a relatively new ichnological tool whereby trace fossils are interpreted as the product of changing infaunal stresses including: salinity fluctuation, reduced oxygenation, high sedimentation rates, reduced nutrient availability, and elevated hydraulic energy. In this...
The oxidation state, reflected in the oxygen fugacity (fO2), of the lithospheric mantle is both laterally and vertically heterogeneous. Depth-fO2 profiles from kimberlite-borne peridotitic mantle xenoliths from the Bultfontein kimberlite, Kimberley, South Africa and the A154-N and A154-S...
An Exploratory Analysis of Self-help Groups: An Alternative Mode of Public Service Delivery in High Density Rural Areas in India?Download
Self-help groups (SHGs) as a mode of community-based participatory development has been increasingly adopted within international development practice as a platform for broader community engagement. These voluntary, membership-based organizations of 10 to 20 women have been mobilized in...
U-Pb geochronology and REE geochemistry of the pulsed Cretaceous magmatism in High Arctic Canada: implications for lithospheric evolution and magma genesisDownload
Cretaceous magmatism in the Sverdrup Basin of Arctic Canada consists of alkalic and tholeiitic phases that are widely considered to be part of the circum-Arctic High Arctic large igneous province (HALIP). The emplacement of large igneous provinces is commonly attributed to mantle plumes. However,...
The Lower Cretaceous Clearwater Formation in east-central Alberta contains the second largest oil sands deposit in Canada. In the Cold Lake area, 43 cored intervals were examined and classified based on physical and biogenic sedimentary structures. Core analysis and stratigraphic mapping...
A Fine Detail Physicochemical Depositional Model for Devonian Organic-Rich Mudstones: A Petrographic Study of the Hare Indian and Canol Formations, Central Mackenzie Valley, Northwest TerritoriesDownload
The Hare Indian and Canol Formations, making up part of the Horn River Group in the Northwest Territories, primarily consist of organic-rich mudstones deposited during the Middle to Late Devonian. The formations were previously considered to represent marine basin fill accumulated in an...