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On balanced and unbalanced accommodation/peat accumulation ratios in the Cretaceous coals from Gates Formation, Western Canada, and their sequence-stratigraphic significance
Coal composition was investigated by means of photometric and maceral analyses on closely spaced lithotype-based strip samples over the full thickness of several paralic coal seams from theExpand
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Counter point bar deposits: lithofacies and reservoir significance in the meandering modern Peace River and ancient McMurray Formation, Alberta, Canada
ABSTRACT Counter point bar deposits in the meandering Peace River, North-centralAlberta, Wood Buffalo National Park, are distinct from point bar deposits interms of morphology, lithofacies andExpand
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Seismic geomorphology and sedimentology of a tidally influenced river deposit, Lower Cretaceous Athabasca oil sands, Alberta, Canada
The bitumen of the Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation in Alberta arguably represents one of the most important hydrocarbon accumulations in the world. In-situ development relies on heat transferExpand
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Storm- and Tide-Dominated Shorelines in Cretaceous Moosebar-Lower Gates Interval--Outcrop Equivalents of Deep Basin Gas Trap in Western Canada
The Moosebar and Gates Formations crop out in the deformed Foothills belt south of Fort St. John, British Columbia. They permit examination of the depositional environments of sandstones andExpand
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Revised Stratigraphy of the Lower Colorado Group (Albian To Turonian), Western Canada
ABSTRACT The sedimentology, biostratigraphy and geochemistry of the Albian to middle (?) Turonian interval of the Colorado Group in Western Canada indicate that four, regionally mappableExpand
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Wave-Formed, Coarse-Grained Ripples and their Relationship to Hummocky Cross-Stratification
ABSTRACT Wave-formed, coarse-grained ripples (CGR) form in water depths ranging from 3 to 160 m on transgressive surfaces, in upper and lower shoreface sediments and in finer-grainedExpand
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Paleoceanographic significance of Late Paleocene dysaerobia at the shelf/slope break around New Zealand
Abstract A geochemical and micropaleontological study of the Waipawa Formation in New Zealand was undertaken to investigate its depositional setting and possible relationship to major changes in theExpand
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