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Cloeon tzeltal sp. nov. (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae), a Miocene mayfly from Mexican amber
Cloeon tzeltal sp. nov. (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae), a Miocene mayfly from Mexican amber
A new fossil species of mayfly of the genus Cloeon Leach, 1815 (Ephemeroptera, Baetidae) is described. The type material c...
A Random Forest approach to predict geology from geophysics in the Pontiac subprovince, Canada
A Random Forest approach to predict geology from geophysics in the Pontiac subprovince, Canada
Current “visual” integration approaches to map geology from geophysics are challenging, biased toward user assumptions, an...
Sedimentary mercury as a proxy for redox oscillations during the Cambrian SPICE event in western Newfoundland
Sedimentary mercury as a proxy for redox oscillations during the Cambrian SPICE event in western Newfoundland
The Steptoean Positive Isotopic Carbon Excursion, or SPICE event, was a globally recorded +2‰ to +6‰ shift in δ13C values ...
Quantifying simulated fine sand fraction in muddy sediment using laser diffraction
Quantifying simulated fine sand fraction in muddy sediment using laser diffraction
The objective of this study is to verify whether low amounts of fine sand added to a muddy sediment matrix can be detected...
Deep long-period earthquakes near Mount Meager, British Columbia
Deep long-period earthquakes near Mount Meager, British Columbia
Deep long-period earthquakes (DLPs) are a class of seismicity that has been documented in volcanic fields worldwide and ar...
Nearshore sediment transport as influenced by changing sea ice, north shore of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Nearshore sediment transport as influenced by changing sea ice, north shore of Prince Edward Island, Canada
This study considers the influence of changing sea ice on nearshore sediment transport in the central north shore of Princ...
Subsidence drives habitat loss in a large permafrost delta, Mackenzie River outlet to the Beaufort Sea, western Arctic Canada
Subsidence drives habitat loss in a large permafrost delta, Mackenzie River outlet to the Beaufort Sea, western Arctic Canada
The Mackenzie Delta is an extensive river-mouth depocentre, the second largest delta on the Arctic Ocean, and lies in the ...
Reply to the discussion by van Staal et al. on “The northern Appalachian terrane wreck model”
Reply to the discussion by van Staal et al. on “The northern Appalachian terrane wreck model”
Waldron, J.W.F., Schofield, D.I., and Murphy, J.B. 2019. Diachronous Paleozoic accretion of peri-Gondwanan terranes at the...
Discussion of “The northern Appalachian terrane wreck model”
Discussion of “The northern Appalachian terrane wreck model”
van Staal, C.R., Wilson, R.A., Rogers, N., Fyffe, L.R., Langton, J.P., McCutcheon, S.R., et al. 2003. Geology and tectonic...
Meighen Ice Cap: changes in geometry, mass, and climatic response since 1959
Meighen Ice Cap: changes in geometry, mass, and climatic response since 1959
Remote sensing (satellite and airborne) and in situ monitoring measurements indicate that the Meighen Ice Cap has thinned ...
Taphonomy of a monodominant Gryposaurus sp. bonebed from the Oldman Formation (Campanian) of Alberta, Canada
Taphonomy of a monodominant Gryposaurus sp. bonebed from the Oldman Formation (Campanian) of Alberta, Canada
A monodominant Gryposaurus sp. bonebed in the lower unit of the Campanian Oldman Formation of southern Alberta is the olde...
Characterization of Lower and Middle Pleistocene tephra beds in the southern plains of western Canada
Characterization of Lower and Middle Pleistocene tephra beds in the southern plains of western Canada
Wellsch Valley tephra, near Swift Current, southwestern Saskatchewan, and Galt Island tephra, near Medicine Hat, southeast...
Regional geology and tectonic framework of the Southern Indian domain, Trans-Hudson orogen, Manitoba
Regional geology and tectonic framework of the Southern Indian domain, Trans-Hudson orogen, Manitoba
The collaborative federal–provincial Southern Indian Lake project in north-central Manitoba covered an area of more than 3...
Structural and geochronological constraints on orogenic gold mineralization in the western Wabigoon subprovince, Canada
Structural and geochronological constraints on orogenic gold mineralization in the western Wabigoon subprovince, Canada
Some of the world’s largest orogenic gold deposits are hosted within granite-greenstone subprovinces of the Superior Provi...
New age constraints on magmatism and metamorphism in the Morin terrane (Grenville Province, Quebec)
New age constraints on magmatism and metamorphism in the Morin terrane (Grenville Province, Quebec)
The Morin terrane is an allochthonous crustal block in the southwestern Grenville Province with a relatively poorly constr...
There is more Wrangellia — magnetic characterization of southern Alaska crust
There is more Wrangellia — magnetic characterization of southern Alaska crust
In southern Alaska, Wrangellia-type magnetic crustal character extends from the Talkeetna Mountains southwest through the ...
Boulder-strewn flats in a high-latitude macrotidal embayment, Baffin Island: geomorphology, formation, and future stability
Boulder-strewn flats in a high-latitude macrotidal embayment, Baffin Island: geomorphology, formation, and future stability
Tidal flats are widely distributed on high-latitude coasts, where sea ice processes have been invoked to explain the abund...