Murray Gingras
Murray Gingras
Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
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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
2852005
The ichnofacies paradigm: high-resolution paleoenvironmental interpretation of the rock record
JA Maceachern, KL Bann, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras
Special Publications of SEPM, 2009
2442009
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
2431999
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
2272001
The ichnofacies paradigm: a fifty-year retrospective
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras, KL Bann
Trace fossils, 52-77, 2007
2192007
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
1802012
Process ichnology and the elucidation of physico-chemical stress
MK Gingras, JA MacEachern, SE Dashtgard
Sedimentary Geology 237 (3-4), 115-134, 2011
1752011
Ichnology and facies models
JA MacEachern, SG Pemberton, MK Gingras, KL Bann, NP James, ...
Facies models 4, 19-58, 2010
1692010
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
1652006
Classification and characterizations of biogenically enhanced permeability
SG Pemberton, MK Gingras
AAPG bulletin 89 (11), 1493-1517, 2005
1652005
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
1592009
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
1471998
The ichnofacies paradigm
JA MacEachern, KL Bann, MK Gingras, JP Zonneveld, SE Dashtgard, ...
Developments in sedimentology 64, 103-138, 2012
1442012
Departures from the archetypal ichnofacies: effective recognition of physico-chemical stresses in the rock record
JA Maceachern, SG Pemberton, KL Bann, MK Gingras
Special Publications of SEPM, 2009
1362009
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
1232001
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
1222002
Diverse ichnofossil assemblages following the PT mass extinction, Lower Triassic, Alberta and British Columbia, Canada: evidence for shallow marine refugia on the northwestern …
JP Zonneveld, MK Gingras, TW Beatty
Palaios 25 (6), 368-392, 2010
1182010
A conceptual framework for the application of trace fossils
MK Gingras, KL Bann, JA Maceachern, SG Pemberton
Special Publications of SEPM, 2009
1132009
Miocene semidiurnal tidal rhythmites in Madre de Dios, Peru
J Hovikoski, M Räsänen, M Gingras, M Roddaz, S Brusset, ...
Geology 33 (3), 177-180, 2005
1132005
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
1122011
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