S.G Pemberton - Publications

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 

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Year Citation  Score
2018 Playter T, Konhauser K, Owttrim GW, Whitford DS, Warchola T, Hodgson C, Mloszewska AM, Sutherland B, Zonneveld JP, Pemberton SG, Gingras MK. Determination of the Settling Rate of Clay/Cyanobacterial Floccules. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. PMID 29939174 DOI: 10.3791/57176  0.305
2018 Shchepetkina A, Gingras MK, Pemberton SG. Reconstruction of brackish-water systems using an ichnological framework Russian Geology and Geophysics. 59: 55-71. DOI: 10.1016/J.Rgg.2018.01.004  0.363
2016 Shchepetkina A, Gingras MK, Pemberton SG, MacEachern JA. What does the ichnological content of the Middle McMurray Formation tell us Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. 64: 24-46. DOI: 10.2113/Gscpgbull.64.1.24  0.424
2002 Hubbard SM, Gingras MK, Pemberton SG, Thomas MB. Variability in Wave-Dominated Estuary Sandstones: Implications on Subsurface Reservoir Development Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. 50: 118-137. DOI: 10.2113/50.1.118  0.416
1999 Hubbard SM, Pemberton SG, Howard EA. Regional Geology and Sedimentology of the Basal Cretaceous Peace River Oil Sands Deposit, North-Central Alberta Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. 47: 270-297. DOI: 10.35767/Gscpgbull.47.3.270  0.368
1991 McPhee DA, Pemberton SG. Speculations on the origin of the Lower Cretaceous Wabiskaw Member sandstone in the Primrose area, Alberta Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology. 39: 219-219. DOI: 10.35767/Gscpgbull.39.2.219  0.349
1982 Pemberton SG, Flach PD, Mossop GD. Trace fossils from the athabasca oil sands, alberta, Canada. Science (New York, N.Y.). 217: 825-7. PMID 17778311 DOI: 10.1126/science.217.4562.825  0.482
1977 James NP, Kobluk DR, Pemberton SG. The oldest macroborers: lower cambrian of labrador. Science (New York, N.Y.). 197: 980-3. PMID 17784131 DOI: 10.1126/Science.197.4307.980-A  0.309
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