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Findlay, DJ, 2015, Some strategies to integrate all your data, and I mean ALL your data, into better geological models that you can actually use to learn about your reservoir, Global Mud Loggers 

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Findlay, DJ, Nardin, T, Couch, A. and Wright, A , 2014 Modeling Lateral Accretion in the McMurray Formation at Grizzly Oil Sands Algar Lake SAGD Project, Canadian Heavy Oil Conference, Calgary, November 2014. Download the talk HERE

Findlay, DJ, Nardin, T, Wright, A and Mojarad, RS, 2014, Modeling Lateral Accretion in McMurray Formation Fluvial-Estuarine Channel Systems: Grizzly Oil Sands’ May River SAGD Project, Athabasca, Geoconvention 2014, Calgary, May 2014. View full extended abstract HERE

Findlay, D.J. and Gröcke, D.R., 2010, Belemnite rostra geochemistry and their utility as tools for isotope stratigraphy, AAPG Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 2010. View abstract HERE

Findlay, D.J. and Gröcke, D.R., 2006, High-resolution stable-isotope analysis of the modern cuttlefish (Sepia): implications for belemnite paleotemperatures, paleodiet and paleoecology, GSA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, October 2006. View Abstract HERE

Findlay, D.J. and Gröcke, D.R., 2006, Internal stable-isotope variability in belemnites: A source of scatter in the geochemical record, Program with abstracts, GAC-MAC Annual Meeting, Montreal, May 2006. View abstract HERE

Findlay, D.J. and Gröcke, D.R., 2006, The stable-isotopic composition of the modern cuttlefish (Sepia): a tool for reconstructing cephalopod environment, ecology and diet, Program with abstracts, GAC-MAC Annual Meeting, Montreal, May 2006.

Findlay, D.J. and Gröcke, D.R., 2005, The stable-isotope composition of Sepia, a potential analogue to the Mesozoic belemnite?, Program with abstracts, Earth Systems Processes 2, Calgary, August 2005.

Findlay, D., McCarthy, F., Brand, U., 2004, Mechanisms for anomalous calcium carbonate preservation in the abyssal western north pacific, Program with abstracts, GAC MAC, St. Catharines ON, May 2004.

Little, M.L., Findlay D., Kruger A., Boyce J., Clarke C., Donato S., and Reinhardt E., 2004, Arcellacean (thecamoebian) changes in Frenchman’s Bay, Pickering, Ontario, and the impact of urbanization on water quality. Program with abstracts, GAC MAC, St. Catharines ON, May 2004.

Findlay, D., McCarthy, F., Brand, U., 2003, A terrestrial source for anomalous calcium carbonate preservation in the abyssal western north pacific. Program with abstracts, joint meeting AASP-CAP-NAMS, St. Catharines ON, October 2003.

McCarthy F.M.G., Findlay, D.J., Little, M.L., Brand, U., and Kruegar, A.M., 2003. The link between eolian flux to oceanic environments, sea surface productivity, microfossil preservation, and the global climate, Program with abstracts, American Geophysical Union Fal Meeting, 2003. 

Findlay, D., McCarthy, F., Brand, U., and Little, M.L., 2003, Weakened Greenhouse Effect resulting from CO2 sequestration in abyssal sediments of the western North Pacific, Program with abstracts, CANQUA, Halifax N.S. 2003.

Findlay, D.J, McCarthy F.M.G.,. Brand, U., Kruegar, A.M. and Skandalis, D. 2003, Anomalous calcium carbonate preservation in the abyssal north western Pacific: Implications for late Cainozoic global cooling. Program with abstracts, CANQUA, Halifax N.S. 2003.

 

PUBLICATIONS 

Findlay, D.J., Gröcke, D.R. and Knyf, M., in review, The high resolution geochemical character of five Sepia officinalis cuttlebones from Jersey, UK., Chemical Geology.

Gröcke, D.R., Hesselbo, S., D.J. Findlay, 2007, Atypical strontium-isotope diagenesis of Early Jurassic belemnites, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

Reinhardt E., Little M., Donato S., Findlay D., Kruger A., Clarke C., and, Boyce, J. (equal contribution from the first 4 authors), 2005, Arcellacean (thecamoebian) changes in Frenchman’s Bay, Pickering, Ontario, and the impact of urbanization on water quality, Environmental Geology 47: 729-739. 

McCarthy F.M.G., Findlay, D.J., and Little, M.L., 2004, The Micropaleontological character of anomalous calcareous sediments below the CCD in the north western North Pacific Ocean, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 215: 1-15.

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