Gregory Nadon
Gregory Nadon
Associate Professor of Geological Sciences, Ohio University
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The genesis and recognition of anastomosed fluvial deposits; data from the St. Mary River Formation, southwestern Alberta, Canada
GC Nadon
Journal of Sedimentary Research 64 (4b), 451-463, 1994
A diverse dinosaur-bird footprint assemblage from the Lance Formation, Upper Cretaceous, eastern Wyoming: implications for ichnotaxonomy
MG Lockley, G Nadon, PJ Currie
Ichnos 11 (3-4), 229-249, 2004
Dinosaur footprints with skin impressions from the Cretaceous of Alberta and Colorado
PJ Currie, GC Nadon, MG Lockley
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 28 (1), 102-115, 1991
Magnitude and timing of peat-to-coal compaction
GC Nadon
Geology 26 (8), 727-730, 1998
The association of anastomosed fluvial deposits and dinosaur tracks, eggs, and nests: implications for the interpretation of floodplain environments and a possible survival …
GC Nadon
Palaios, 31-44, 1993
The impact of sedimentology on vertebrate track studies
GC Nadon, DH Tanke, K Carpenter
Mesozoic Vertebrate Life: Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 395-407, 2001
Quaternary evolution of Cedar Creek alluvial fan, Montana
JB Ritter, JR Miller, Y Enzel, SD Howes, G Nadon, MD Grubb, KA Hoover, ...
Geomorphology 8 (4), 287-304, 1993
Carbon isotopes support the presence of extensive land floras pre-dating the origin of vascular plants
AMF Tomescu, LM Pratt, GW Rothwell, PK Strother, GC Nadon
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 283 (1-2), 46-59, 2009
Detrital zircons and sediment dispersal in the Appalachian foreland
WA Thomas, GE Gehrels, SF Greb, GC Nadon, AM Satkoski, MC Romero
Geosphere 13 (6), 2206-2230, 2017
The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Fundy Group (Triassic) of the St. Martins area, New Brunswick
GC Nadon, GV Middleton
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 22 (8), 1183-1203, 1985
The compaction of floodplain sediments: timing, magnitude and implications
GC Nadon, DR Issler
Geoscience Canada, 1997
Tectonic control of Triassic sedimentation in southern New Brunswick: local and regional implications
GC Nadon, GV Middleton
Geology 12 (10), 619-622, 1984
Tectonic control on the sequence stratigraphy of nonmarine retroarc foreland basin fills: Insights from the Upper Jurassic of central Utah, USA
X Roca, GC Nadon
Journal of Sedimentary Research 77 (3), 239-255, 2007
Braided-river deposits in a muddy depositional setting: the Molina Member of the Wasatch Formation (Paleogene), west-central Colorado, USA
JC Lorenz, GC Nadon
Journal of Sedimentary Research 72 (3), 376-385, 2002
A paleopedologic and ichnologic perspective of the terrestrial Pennsylvanian landscape in the distal Appalachian Basin, USA
DI Hembree, GC Nadon
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 312 (1-2), 138-166, 2011
Anomalous pressures in the deep Michigan basin
JM Bahr, GR Moline, GC Nadon
AAPG Special Volumes, 1994
High-resolution sequence stratigraphic analysis of the St. peter sandstone and Glenwood Formation (Middle Ordovician), Michigan Basin, USA
GC Nadon, JA Simo, RH Dott Jr, CW Byers
AAPG bulletin 84 (7), 975, 2000
Tectonic Controls on Sedimentation Within a Foreland Basin: The Bearpaw, Blood Reserve, and St. Mary River Formations, Southwestern Alberta: Field Trip Guide to Sequences …
G Nadon
Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, 1988
The constraints of glacial eustasy and low accommodation on sequence-stratigraphic interpretations of Pennsylvanian strata, Conemaugh Group, Appalachian Basin, USA
GC Nadon, RR Kelly
Sequence stratigraphy, paleoclimate, and tectonics of coal-bearing strata 51 …, 2004
Thermal history of the Michigan Basin from apatite fission-track analysis and vitrinite reflectance
HF Wang, KD Crowley, GC Nadon
AAPG Special Volumes, 1994
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