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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...
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...
The spatial structure and temporal development of supraglacial drainage systems, and their influence on the flow dynamics of High Arctic ice capsDownload
The Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA) contains 1/3 of global glaciers and ice caps by area. Recent increases in mean summer air temperature have resulted in increased mass loss from these glaciers, which have become the largest regional contributor to eustatic sea level rise after the continental...
The sorption characteristics of inorganic and organic compounds found in hydraulic fracturing flowback and produced water: Implications for fate and transportDownload
In recent years, due to increasing energy demands, hydraulic fracturing operations for recovering unconventional hydrocarbon resources has increased. Wastewater recovered is referred to as flowback and produced water (FPW), and is often saline, contains numerous organic and inorganic...
The sedimentology and stratigraphic architecture of the Cathedral Bluffs Tongue of the Wasatch Formation, South Pass, WyomingDownload
The early Eocene (Gardnerbuttean) Cathedral Bluffs Tongue of the Wasatch Formation near South Pass, Wyoming preserves a succession of continental fluvial deposits, which interfinger with lacustrine strata of the Green River Formation in a basinward direction. This thesis focuses on the...