Murray Gingras
Murray Gingras
Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta
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Colonization of brackish-water systems through time: evidence from the trace-fossil record
LA Buatois, MK Gingras, J MacEachern, MG Mángano, JP Zonneveld, ...
Palaios 20 (4), 321-347, 2005
The ichnology of modern and Pleistocene brackish-water deposits at Willapa Bay, Washington; variability in estuarine settings
MK Gingras, SG Pemberton, T Saunders, HE Clifton
Palaios 14 (4), 352-374, 1999
The ichnofacies paradigm: high-resolution paleoenvironmental interpretation of the rock record
JA MacEachern, KL Bann, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras
Lake Pebas: a palaeoecological reconstruction of a Miocene, long-lived lake complex in western Amazonia
FP Wesselingh, ME Räsänen, G Irion, HB Vonhof, R Kaandorp, ...
Cainozoic Research 1 (1/2), 35-68, 2001
Process ichnology and the elucidation of physico-chemical stress
MK Gingras, JA MacEachern, SE Dashtgard
Sedimentary Geology 237 (3-4), 115-134, 2011
The ichnofacies paradigm: a fifty-year retrospective
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras, KL Bann
Trace fossils, 52-77, 2007
Ichnology and facies models
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras, KL Bann, NP James, ...
Facies models 4 (6), 19À58, 2010
Classification and characterizations of biogenically enhanced permeability
SG Pemberton, MK Gingras
AAPG bulletin 89 (11), 1493-1517, 2005
Subsurface and outcrop characterization of large tidally influenced point bars of the Cretaceous McMurray Formation (Alberta, Canada)
G Musial, JY Reynaud, MK Gingras, H Féniès, R Labourdette, O Parize
Sedimentary Geology 279, 156-172, 2012
Petrography and geochemistry of the Dales Gorge banded iron formation: Paragenetic sequence, source and implications for palaeo-ocean chemistry
E Pecoits, MK Gingras, ME Barley, A Kappler, NR Posth, KO Konhauser
Precambrian Research 172 (1-2), 163-187, 2009
The ichnofacies paradigm
JA MacEachern, KL Bann, MK Gingras, JP Zonneveld, SE Dashtgard, ...
Developments in sedimentology 64, 103-138, 2012
Recognition of brackish-water trace-fossil suites in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway of Alberta, Canada
JA MacEachern, MK Gingras
Departures from the archetypal ichnofacies: effective recognition of physico-chemical stresses in the rock record
JA Maceachern, SG Pemberton, KL Bann, MK Gingras
A comparative analysis of the ichnology of wave-and river-dominated allomembers of the Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation
MK Gingras, JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 46 (1), 51-73, 1998
Tidal dunes versus tidal bars: The sedimentological and architectural characteristics of compound dunes in a tidal seaway, the lower Baronia Sandstone (Lower Eocene), Ager …
C Olariu, RJ Steel, RW Dalrymple, MK Gingras
Sedimentary Geology 279, 134-155, 2012
SG Pemberton, JA MacEachern, SE Dashtgard, KL Bann, MK Gingras, ...
Developments in sedimentology 64, 563-603, 2012
A conceptual framework for the application of trace fossils
MK Gingras, KL Bann, JA Maceachern, J Waldron, SG Pemberton
Possible evolution of mobile animals in association with microbial mats
M Gingras, JW Hagadorn, A Seilacher, SV Lalonde, E Pecoits, D Petrash, ...
Nature Geoscience 4 (6), 372-375, 2011
Ichnology and sedimentology reveal depositional characteristics of bay-margin parasequences in the Miocene Amazonian foreland basin
MK Gingras, ME Rasanen, SG Pemberton, LP Romero
Journal of Sedimentary Research 72 (6), 871-883, 2002
Trace fossil assemblages in a Middle Triassic mixed siliciclastic-carbonate marginal marine depositional system, British Columbia
JP Zonneveld, MK Gingras, SG Pemberton
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 166 (3-4), 249-276, 2001
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