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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...
Physical impacts of CO2 injection into the Cambro-Ordovician Aquifer in the Williston Basin were simulated by using the TOUGH2-ECO2N simulator. A simulation domain starts from the top of the Precambrian crystalline bedrock up to the surface Glacial Till with a total vertical depth of 3345 metres...
Sedimentological and Ichnological Dynamics of the Early Cambrian Mount Clark Formation, Northwest Territories, CanadaDownload
The early Cambrian Mount Clark Formation of the Northwest Territories comprises marginal marine to marine siliciclastic sediments deposited in an incipient rift basin on the margin of Laurentia. Within core and outcrop datasets the preserved record of sedimentation represents complex and highly...
Public Participation Geographic Information Systems (PPGIS) has defined a process to support public expression of place-based knowledge. The central weakness of this approach stems from a lack of collaboration support for groups of citizens. Recent GeoWeb advances are challenging PPGIS in this...
Zinc in Precambrian iron formations: The record, partitioning, diagenetic effects and implications for eukaryotic metallome evolutionDownload
Zinc is amongst the most important trace elements for eukaryotes. Previous work has suggested it to have been at biolimiting concentrations for much of the Precambrian, thereby limiting eukaryotic evolution. Yet, the iron formation (IF) record, a critical proxy for paleomarine conditions, has...
Sedimentology, Ichnology, Sequence Stratigraphy, and Petrography of the Falher F Unit, Wapiti Area, Northwestern AlbertaDownload
The lower Albian (Cretaceous) Falher F submember of the Spirit River Formation in the Wapiti area consists of four stacked coarsening-upward successions of northward prograding strandplain to wave-dominated delta deposits. Routine core analyses revealed that four facies associations can be...
Subsurface Analysis and Correlation of Cambrian Formations Beneath the Colville Hills, Northern Mainland, Northwest TerritoriesDownload
The Lower and Middle Cambrian succession in the Colville Hills region, Northwest Territories consists of the Mount Clark, Mount Cap and Saline River Formations, which were deposited in an epicontinental basin. Significant research had been conducted over the last hundred years to better...
Background: The geography of where pregnant mothers live is important in furthering our understanding of babies born too small. Many causes are suspected to restrict growth or incur premature delivery, and include prenatal exposures from natural, social, and built habitats. More research is...