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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 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...