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Comparative Sedimentology of Mesotidal (2 to 4 m) Estuarine Channel Point Bar Deposits from Modern Examples and Ancient Athabasca Oil Sands (Lower Cretaceous), McMurray Formation

Derald G. Smith

Comparison of Modern and Pleistocene Estuarine Facies in Willapa Bay, Washington

Roberto J. Anima, H. Edward Clifton, R. Lawrence Phillips

Estuarine Channel Deposition Within the Lower Cretaceous Waseca Formation, Upper Mannville Group, Lloydminster Area, Saskatchewan

James A. MacEachern

Estuarine Channel Fills in the Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation: Core Examples

Janok Bhattacharya

Mesotidal Estuarine Facies of the Glauconitic Member, Drayton Valley, Alberta

Steve Brownridge, Thomas F. Moslow

Modern and Ancient Examples of Clastic Tidal Deposits – A Core and Peel Workshop

G. E. Reinson

The Ostracode Member East-central Alberta: An Example of an Estuarine Valley Fill Deposit

R. L. Karvonen

Sedimentary Facies of a High-energy, Tide-dominated Continental Shelf, Western Canada

Thomas F. Moslow, J. Vaughn Barrie, John L. Luternauer

Sedimentologic, Paleontologic, and Ichnologic Criteria for the Recognition of Ancient Estuarine Deposits: An Example from the Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation in the Athabasca Oils Sands Area of Northeastern Alberta

Blair W. Mattison, Andrew J. Fox, S. George Pemberton

Tidal Clastic/Carbonate Deposits - Carboniferous Kiskatinaw Formation, Alberta, and a Holocene Analogue - Shark Bay, Western Australia

J. E. Barclay, G. R. Davies

Tidal Sand Ridges, Southwest Florida

Richard A. Davis Jr., Jonathan M. Klay

Tidal Structures in the Glauconitic Sandstone, Countess Field, Southern Alberta, Canada

Indranil Banerjee

Tide-influenced Channel Deposits in the Lower Cretaceous Glauconitic Member, Southern Alberta

G. E. Reinson