James A. MacEachern
James A. MacEachern
Professor of Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University
Verified email at sfu.ca
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Trace fossil facies models, environmental and allostratigraphic significance
SG Pemberton, JA MacEachern, RW Frey
Facies models-response to sea level change. St. Johns, Geological …, 1992
Ichnology & sedimentology of shallow to marginal marine systems
Geol. Assoc. Can., Short Course 15, 343, 2001
Hyperpycnal rivers and prodeltaic shelves in the Cretaceous seaway of North America
JP Bhattacharya, JA MacEachern
Journal of Sedimentary Research 79 (4), 184-209, 2009
Ichnology of deltas: organism responses to the dynamic interplay of rivers, waves, storms, and tides
JA MacEachern
Special Publications of SEPM, 2005
Ichnological aspects of Cretaceous shoreface successions and shoreface variability in the Western Interior Seaway of North America
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton
Special Publications of SEPM, 1992
Stratigraphic applications of the Glossifungites ichnofacies: delineating discontinuities in the rock record
JA MacEachern, I Raychaudhuri, SG Pemberton
Special Publications of SEPM, 1992
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 ichnofacies paradigm: high-resolution paleoenvironmental interpretation of the rock record
JA MacEachern, KL Bann, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras
SEPM SHORT COURSE 52, 27, 2007
The sequence stratigraphic significance of trace fossils: examples from the Cretaceous foreland basin of Alberta, Canada
SG Pemberton, JA MacEachern
AAPG Special Volumes, 1995
Ichnological aspects of incised-valley fill systems from the Viking Formation of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, Alberta, Canada
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton
Special Publications of SEPM, 1994
The ichnofacies paradigm: a fifty-year retrospective
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras, KL Bann
Trace fossils, 52-77, 2007
The role of ichnology in refining shallow marine facies models
JA MacEachern, KL Bann, GJ Hampson, RJ Steel, PM Burgess, ...
Recent advances in models of siliciclastic shallow-marine stratigraphy 90 …, 2008
Ichnology and facies models
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras, KL Bann, NP James, ...
Facies models 4, 19-58, 2010
A sharp-based sandstone of the Viking Formation, Joffre Field, Alberta, Canada; criteria for recognition of transgressively incised shoreface complexes
JA MacEachern, BA Zaitlin, SG Pemberton
Journal of Sedimentary Research 69 (4), 876-892, 1999
Process ichnology and the elucidation of physico-chemical stress
MK Gingras, JA MacEachern, SE Dashtgard
Sedimentary Geology 237 (3-4), 115-134, 2011
Recognition of brackish-water trace-fossil suites in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway of Alberta, Canada
JA MacEachern, MK Gingras
Special Publication-SEPM 88, 149, 2006
The conceptual framework of ichnology
SG Pemberton, RW Frey, MJ Ranger, J MacEachern
Special Publications of SEPM, 1992
Differentiation of estuarine and offshore marine deposits using integrated ichnology and sedimentology: Permian Pebbley Beach Formation, Sydney Basin, Australia
KL Bann, CR Fielding, JA MacEachern, SC Tye
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 228 (1), 179-211, 2004
Vertebrate burrow complexes from the Early Triassic Cynognathus Zone (Driekoppen Formation, Beaufort Group) of the Karoo Basin, South Africa
GH Groenewald, J Welman, JA MacEachern
Palaios 16 (2), 148-160, 2001
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
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