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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1999
Journal of Paleontology (1999) 73 (3): 494-503.
... of the Dinosaur Park Formation, reveals an associated change in faunal composition. An assemblage collected from a microvertebrate site in the paralic deposits of the Lethbridge Coal Zone (uppermost Dinosaur Park Formation) reflects an increasing marine influence. Elasmobranch (sharks and rays) remains...
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—Detailed sections of <b>Lethbridge</b> <b>coal</b> measures. Localities are shown in  Fi...
Published: 01 October 1931
FIG. 2. —Detailed sections of Lethbridge coal measures. Localities are shown in Figure 1 .
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1931
AAPG Bulletin (1931) 15 (10): 1197-1213.
...-water deltaic deposits of light gray sandstones and shales. A widespread coal series (Lethbridge coal measures) is present at the top. The formation is about 740 feet thick in the southwestern part of this area, but becomes thinner northeastward. Stratigraphic evidence indicates that some western land...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1931
AAPG Bulletin (1931) 15 (10): 1227-1242.
...FIG. 2. —Detailed sections of Lethbridge coal measures. Localities are shown in Figure 1 . ...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2011
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (2011) 59 (3): 207-234.
... (desorbed plus free and solution gas) represents between approximately 10% and 19% (5.09×10 7 m 3 to 8.34×10 7 m 3 /259 ha; 1.8 to 2.95 BCF/section) of the total gas in the coal measures. In the interval from the Upper Horseshoe Canyon coal zone through to and including the Lethbridge coal zone...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1997
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1997) 45 (3): 377-399.
... from the northwest and dispersed toward the southeast. The regionally consistent upward succession of facies from erosional base, to sandstone-dominated deposits (derived from the northwest), to sandstone/mudstone-dominated strata, to Lethbridge Coal Zone, to Bearpaw marine shale (transgression from...
Journal Article
Published: 26 May 2017
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2017) 54 (9): 973-980.
... . This assemblage is unique in that all the identifiable euselachian species are either pelagic or benthopelagic but not benthic. This is in stark contrast to the batoid-rich euselachian assemblage of the Lethbridge Coal Zone that immediately underlies the Bearpaw Formation in southern Alberta. We attribute...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2002
Journal of Paleontology (2002) 76 (1): 138-155.
... is present in fluvial-dominated localities of the Dinosaur Park Formation, the second in a complex of mud-filled channels in the Lethbridge Coal Zone. The paleoecological complexity present in the formation, and the high level of diversity of teleosts in these beds, emphasizes the importance of including...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1993
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1993) 30 (1): 174-200.
...David A. Eberth; Anthony P. Hamblin Abstract The lithostratigraphic interval between the Taber and Lethbridge coal zones in the upper portion of the nonmarine Judith River Group of southeastern Alberta is divisible into two lithostratigraphic units separated by a regionally extensive...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2009
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2009) 79 (6): 457-477.
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Lower jaws of  Kimurachelys slobodae  gen. et sp. nov. from the <b>Lethbridge</b> ...
Published: 05 August 2015
Fig. 3. Lower jaws of Kimurachelys slobodae gen. et sp. nov. from the Lethbridge Coal Zone, uppermost part of the Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta, Canada. (A–B) TMP 2012.39.24, paratype, in occlusal (A) and left lateral (B) views. (C–D) TMP 2010.85.17, holotype, in occlusal (C), and left
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 November 2003
AAPG Bulletin (2003) 87 (11): 1729-1754.
... showing general stratigraphic subdivisions. The Upper Cretaceous–Tertiary strata in Alberta fill an asymmetrical trough formed by the structure top of the Lea Park Formation ( Figure 4a ). Three coal zones generally adjacent to sandstones, the McKay, Taber, and Lethbridge, are found...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1931
AAPG Bulletin (1931) 15 (10): 1265-1277.
... of the formation several occur associated with carbonaceous shale (Lethbridge coal seam). At least four 1-foot beds of pellet conglomerate occur in this section. The pellets are of subangular, green shale with reptilian bones in places, and the matrix consists of gray sandstone. Foremost...
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Gas potential (bcf&#x2F;mi 2 ) of selected Belly River Group <b>coal</b> zones in the A...
Published: 01 November 2003
Figure 6 Gas potential (bcf/mi 2 ) of selected Belly River Group coal zones in the Alberta plains (modified from Beaton et al., 2002 ): (a) Lethbridge coal zone and (b) McKay coal zone (both Belly River Group).
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Relative stratigraphic position of species of  Chasmosaurus  in Alberta. Th...
Published: 19 October 2001
Fig. 11. Relative stratigraphic position of species of Chasmosaurus in Alberta. The stratigraphic column is based on that for Dinosaur Provincial Park, where TMP 87.45.1 was collected. The Lethbridge Coal Zone is time transgressive across the province of Alberta. Consequently, both NMC 41357
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2010
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2010) 80 (4): 320-338.
.... An aggradational stacking pattern suggests deposition under high-accommodation conditions. Maximum flooding surfaces are interpreted within fine-grained deposits in the upper portions of sequences C and D. They are tied to regionally extensive coals that accumulated more than 250 km away from the coeval shoreline...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1949
AAPG Bulletin (1949) 33 (4): 500-510.
... in carbonaceous beds and coal seams, the latter increasing in thickness and economic importance westward to Lethbridge, where they are extensively mined. Wherever it is exposed, the member is a useful marker in structural mapping, but it has been eroded from most of the area. Ordinarily one or more bentonite beds...
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Stratigraphic cross section of the Dinosaur Park Formation with known trood...
Published: 08 August 2017
Fig. 2. Stratigraphic cross section of the Dinosaur Park Formation with known troodontid specimen elevations marked. Specimens with no elevation data could not be placed and therefore not marked. BF, Bearpaw Formation; LCZ, Lethbridge Coal Zone; MA, million annum; OF, Oldman Formation.
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Flow patterns (indicated by arrows) and areas of high gas potential in the ...
Published: 01 November 2003
Figure 16 Flow patterns (indicated by arrows) and areas of high gas potential in the coal-bearing Upper Cretaceous–Tertiary strata of the Alberta basin: (a) Scollard–Paskapoo aquifer (Ardley coal zone); (b) Edmond–upper Wapiti aquifer (Taber coal zone); (c) upper Belly River aquifer (Lethbridge
Journal Article
Published: 03 November 2008
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2008) 45 (9): 1061-1082.
... with Cretaceous coals throughout Alberta, most are thermally mature and brittle, thus lacking the resilience to survive long distance transport while preserving intact biotic inclusions. One of the few exceptions is the amber found in situ at Grassy Lake. We present a suite of new analyses from these and other...
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