SPECIAL ISSUE: The Devonian beneath the Oil Sands
Issue Contents


Introduction: The Devonian beneath the oil sands
C.L. Schneider
 
Stratigraphy of the Middle Devonian Keg River and Prairie Evaporite formations,
northeast Alberta, Canada

M.B. Rogers
 
The Steepbank Formation: a paleokarst diamictite deposit in the Athabasca
Oil Sands region of northeastern Alberta, Canada

G.L. Hoffman
 
New insights from regional-scale mapping and modelling of the Paleozoic succession in
northeast Alberta: Paleogeography, evaporite dissolution, and controls on Cretaceous
depositional patterns on the sub-Cretaceous unconformity

T.E. Hauck, J.T. Peterson, B. Hathway, M. Grobe and K. MacCormack
 
Hypogenic karst beneath the Athabasca Oil Sands: Implications for oil sands
mining operations

J. Walker, I. Almási, F. Stoakes, K. Potma and J. O‘Keefe (nee Cranshaw)
 
A review and new descriptions of Elk Point Group outcrops in the Athabasca Oil
Sands mining region 

C.L. Schneider and M. Grobe
 
Impact of the Prairie Evaporite dissolution collapse on McMurray stratigraphy and
depositional patterns, Shell Albian Sands Lease 13, northeast Alberta
M.D. Barton, I. Porter, C. O’Byrne and R. Mahood
 
Breccia pipe and sinkhole linked fluidized beds and debris flows in the Athabasca
Oil Sands: dynamics of evaporite karst collapse-induced fault block collisions
P.L. Broughton
 
2016 Award Citations
Reservoir geology of the Grosmont Formation Bitumen Steam Pilot, Saleski, Alberta
K.R. Barrett
Reservoir geology of the Grosmont Formation Bitumen Steam Pilot, Saleski, Alberta
K.R. Barrett
Reservoir geology of the Grosmont Formation Bitumen Steam Pilot, Saleski, Alberta
K.R. Barrett
Visualizing a process ichnology dataset, Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation, NE Alberta, Canada
E.R. Timmer, S.E. Botterill, M.K. Gingras and J.-P. Zonneveld
Visualizing a process ichnology dataset, Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation, NE Alberta, Canada
E.R. Timmer, S.E. Botterill, M.K. Gingras and J.-P. Zonneveld
Oil sands in Alabama, USA: A fresh look at an emerging potential resource
D.J. Hills, C.H. Hooks, M.R. McIntyree-Redden, L.A. Crooke and B.H. Tew Jr.
Oil sands in Alabama, USA: A fresh look at an emerging potential resource
D.J. Hills, C.H. Hooks, M.R. McIntyree-Redden, L.A. Crooke and B.H. Tew Jr.
Oil sands in Alabama, USA: A fresh look at an emerging potential resource
D.J. Hills, C.H. Hooks, M.R. McIntyree-Redden, L.A. Crooke and B.H. Tew Jr.

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