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- 3Geology, Pleistocene
- 3Geology, Quaternary
- 3Stratigraphy, Pleistocene
- 3Stratigraphy, Quaternary
- 1Arbour, Victoria M
- 1Bombin, Miguel.
- 1Goodbody, Quentin H.
- 1Hedinger, Adam Stefan.
- 1Janssens, Jan A. P.
- 1Larson, Derek W.
158 species belonging to 48 genera of Foraminifera are described and figured from the Late Jurassic portion of the Husky Formation at Martin Creek, Aklavik Range, NWT.
Doctoral thesis. Documentation of the paleoecological history of the Onion Portage region and its paleoclimatic interpretation.
Doctoral thesis. Critically reviews the art of phytolith analysis and presents new techniques to collection of samples, processing, mounting, and optical and SEM microscopic analyses. Includes results of analyses of samples from the Old Crow Basin, Yukon and lake areas in Alaska.
Masters thesis. Pollen analysis of an alluvial exposure along the Bluefish River gives further information on the paleoecological changes that have taken place in the interior Yukon and Alaska during the Quaternary.
Stratigraphy, sedimentology, and paleontology of the Bird Fiord Formation, Canadian arctic archipelagoDownload
Doctoral thesis. Supplies new information on the internal stratigraphy, sedimentology and dating of the Bird Fiord Formation on Ellesmere Island.
Subfossil bryophytes in eastern Beringia: their paleoenvironmental and phytogeographical significanceDownload
Doctoral thesis. Bryophytes, more particularly mosses, are used in the paleoenvironmental reconstruction and historical biogeography of eastern Beringia, an area including Alaska and the Yukon. The Old Crow Basin in northern Yukon was studied in detail. // Appendix 2: Subfossil bryophytes...
The Ankylosauria is a group of herbivorous, quadrupedal, armoured dinosaurs subdivided into at least two major clades, the Ankylosauridae and the Nodosauridae. The most derived members of the Ankylosauridae had a unique tail club formed from modified, tightly interlocking distal caudal vertebrae...
The occurrences of vertebrate fossils in the Deadhorse Coulee Member of the Milk River Formation and their implications for provincialism and evolution in the Santonian (Late Cretaceous) of North AmericaDownload
The Deadhorse Coulee Member of the Milk River Formation of southern Alberta preserves one of the oldest well-documented non-marine vertebrate assemblages in Canada. In this study, the taxonomic diversity of this member is updated, and vertebrate localities are placed in geographic and...