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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1979
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1979) 16 (2): 224-229.
...R. W. Barendregt; E. D. Ongley Abstract The initial 2 years (1975–1977) of a 10 year program of slope process measurement in the Onefour Badlands of Alberta, Canada, has encompassed two highly contrasted moisture regimes with measurable differences to process–response mechanisms. The Onefour...
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Surface relief maps of ( a ) Dinosaur Provincial Park and ( b ) <b>Onefour</b> stu...
Published: 10 June 2013
Fig. 2. Surface relief maps of ( a ) Dinosaur Provincial Park and ( b ) Onefour study areas. Inset map of Canada highlights the Province of Alberta in dark grey. Study areas are shown as black rectangles. The legend in ( b ) applies to both maps. WGS, World Geodetic System.
Journal Article
Published: 05 August 2015
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2015) 52 (8): 581-589.
... to the total group of chelonioid sea turtles (stem + crown), whereas Cheloniidae is restricted to those members of crown-group Chelonioidea that are not part of Dermochelyidae. TMP 1993.124.55, hyoplastron, from L1114 (Baby Ceratops Locality), 6.5 km northeast of Onefour, Alberta. Lsd 6, Sec 30, Tp 2, Rg3...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2003
PALAIOS (2003) 18 (3): 286-294.
..., Warner, Alberta, T0K 2L0, Canada. These observations suggest a mechanism for the rapid lithification of the Onefour coprolite. Rapid burial would have provided protection from bioturbation ( Allison, 1988 ) and coprophagy, and generated a closed, anoxic environment where anaerobic decomposition...
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Map of <b>Alberta</b> showing the distribution of the principal bonebed-hosting Up...
Published: 05 August 2015
Fig. 1. Map of Alberta showing the distribution of the principal bonebed-hosting Upper Cretaceous geologic units (shaded areas) and bonebed producing areas (stars and numbers). Principal stratigraphic units include the Belly River Group (BRGp), Bearpaw Formation (BPFm), Scollard–Horseshoe Canyon
Journal Article
Published: 10 June 2013
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2013) 50 (9): 930-944.
...Fig. 2. Surface relief maps of ( a ) Dinosaur Provincial Park and ( b ) Onefour study areas. Inset map of Canada highlights the Province of Alberta in dark grey. Study areas are shown as black rectangles. The legend in ( b ) applies to both maps. WGS, World Geodetic System. ...
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Journal Article
Published: 04 November 2005
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2005) 42 (7): 1369-1387.
... sediments arrived in the Dinosaur Provincial Park region at ∼76.5 Ma ( Eberth and Deino 1992 ) and in the Onefour region of southern Alberta at ∼75.Ma ( Eberth et al. 1990 ). The rate of sedimentation in the Dinosaur Park Formation of ∼4 cm/1000 years suggests that the rate of southerly migration...
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Journal Article
Published: 19 October 2001
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2001) 38 (10): 1423-1438.
... well known, the specimen was stored, and the jackets remained unopened. TMP 87.45.1; 4.8 km NW of Iddesleigh, Alberta, Upper Dinosaur Park Formation. TMP 98.102.8; near the village of Onefour, Southeastern Alberta, Upper Dinosaur Park Formation. Detailed locality data on file at the Royal Tyrrell...
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Journal Article
Published: 05 August 2015
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2015) 52 (8): 655-681.
...Fig. 1. Map of Alberta showing the distribution of the principal bonebed-hosting Upper Cretaceous geologic units (shaded areas) and bonebed producing areas (stars and numbers). Principal stratigraphic units include the Belly River Group (BRGp), Bearpaw Formation (BPFm), Scollard–Horseshoe Canyon...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2003
Journal of the Geological Society (2003) 160 (6): 895-901.
... site located near Onefour in SE Alberta (Complex MFIV-1 of Eberth 1996 ; Fig. 1 ). Sediments at this site contain a dominantly freshwater fauna, and are believed to have formed <100 km from the palaeoshoreline ( Eberth 1996 ). No articulated vertebrate material was available from this site, so...
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Postcranial remains referred to  Lophochelys  sp. from the late Campanian o...
Published: 05 August 2015
Fig. 2. Postcranial remains referred to Lophochelys sp. from the late Campanian of Alberta, Canada. (A) Partial carapace and plastron, TMP 1989.47.1, from the Bearpaw Formation, in dorsal (left) and ventral (right) views. (B–C) Isolated neurals from the Onefour mud-filled channel complex
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Location ( a ), stratigraphy ( b ), and simplified palaeogeographical model...
Published: 01 December 2003
Fig. 1.  Location ( a ), stratigraphy ( b ), and simplified palaeogeographical model ( c ) of study area. Samples were taken from Dinosaur Provincial Park (DPP), Iddesleigh (ID), Onefour (O) and Manyberries (MB) in Alberta, and were derived from the Campanian Bearpaw and Dinosaur Park Formations
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Diagram showing the stratigraphic position of specimens described in this s...
Published: 05 August 2015
of Kimurachelys slobodae and the specimens tentatively referred to Lophochelys sp. from the Onefour mud-filled channel complex; and 3, stratigraphic position of postcranial specimen of marine turtle (TMP 2001.26.3) from the Manyberries area, southeastern Alberta. Modified from Brinkman et al. (2013 , fig
Journal Article
Published: 05 August 2015
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2015) 52 (8): v-xxxiii.
...James D. Gardner; Donald M. Henderson; François Therrien The genesis of the RTMP arguably can be traced back to two events in the mid-1950s in southern Alberta ( Currie and Garneau 1984 ; Baird 1988 ; Spalding 1999 , pp. 141–142; Currie 2005 a ; P.J. Currie, pers. comm., email dated 06...
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Journal Article
Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 05 December 2018
Paleobiology (2018) 45 (1): 136-153.
... ; Cullen et al. 2016 ). However, we cannot unambiguously categorize DPF taxa as marine or terrestrial, because some may have been amphibious, whereas others may have inhabited freshwater habitats, such as those represented by the Onefour mud-filled incised valley (OMFIV) sites (Eberth and Brinkman 1997...
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