SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS ON VERTEBRATE ICHNOLOGY OF WESTERN CANADA

Currie, P.J. 1980.  Mesozoic vertebrate life in Alberta and British Columbia.  Mesozoic Vertebrate Life, 1: 27-40.

Currie, P.J. 1981. Bird footprints from the Gething Formation (Aptian,    Lower Cretaceous) of northeastern British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 1: 257-264.

Currie, P.J. 1983. Hadrosaur trackways from the Lower Cretaceous of Canada. Acta Paleontologica Polonica, 28(1-2), Second Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Jadwisim 1981:63-73.

Currie, P.J. 1989. Dinosaur footprints of western Canada, pp. 293-300. In D.D. Gillette, and M.G. Lockley, (eds.), Dinosaur tracks and traces. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Currie, P.J. 1995. Ornithopod trackways from the lower Cretaceous of Canada, pp.431-443.  In W.A.S. Sarjeant, (ed.), Vertebrate fossils and the evolution of scientific concepts.  Singapore: Gordon and Breach Publishers.

Currie, P.J., G.C. Nadon, and M.G. Lockley 1991. Dinosaur footprints with skin impressions from the Cretaceous of Alberta and Colorado. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 28: 102-115.

Currie, P.J., and W.A.S. Sarjeant 1979. Lower Cretaceous dinosaur footprints from the Peace River Canyon, British Columbia, Canada.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 28: 103-115.

Gangloff, R.A., K. May, and J. Storer 2002.  An early Late Cretaceous dinosaur track sitee in central Yukon Territory.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22. Suppl. to (3): 56A.

Gangloff, R.A., K. May, and J. Storer 2004. An early Late Cretaceous dinosaur tracksite in central Yukon Territory, Canada. Ichnos11 (3-4): 299-309.

Hills, L.V., B. Kooyman, P.E. McNeil, and S. Tolman 2001.  A glimpse of 11,000-year-old inhabitants of Alberta.  Alberta Palaeontological Society, Fifth Annual Symposium, 33.

Hills, L.V., P.E. McNeil, and S. Tolman 1999.  First reported Canadian  proboscidean trackway from the St. Mary Reservoir, Alberta, Canada.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19, suppl. to (3): 51A.

Kool, R. 1981. The walking speed of dinosaurs from the Peace River Canyon, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 18: 823-825.

Langston, W., Jr. 1960. A hadrosaurian ichnite. National Museum of Canada Natural History Papers, 4: 1-9.

Lockley, M.G., G. Nadon, and P.J. Currie 2004. A diverse dinosaur-bird footprint assemblage from the Lance Formation, Upper Cretaceous, eastern Wyoming: implications for ichnotaxonomy. Ichnos, 11(3-4): 229-249.

Long, D.G.F., G. Lowey, and A.R. Sweet 2000. Age and setting of dinosaur trackways, Ross River area, Yukon Territory (105F/15). Yukon Exploration and Geology: 181-198

McCrea, R.T. 2000. Dinosaur footprints in the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) Gates Formation of Alberta, Canada; their use in palaeobiology and palaeoenvironmental interpretation. Journal of the Paleontological Society of Korea, Special Volume #4: 169-178.

McCrea, R.T. 2001.  The distribution of vertebrate ichnotaxa from Lower Cretaceous (Albian) Gates Formation tracksites near Grande Cache, Alberta: implications for habitat preference and functional pedal morphology.  Alberta Palaeontological Society, Fifth Annual Symposium: 42-46.

McCrea, R.T. 2003.  Fossil tracks from Tumbler Ridge: a brief history of collaboration between amateurs and academics.  Alberta Palaeontological Society, Seventh Annual Symposium: 41-48.

McCrea, R.T. 2003. Fossil vertebrate tracksites of Grande Cache, Alberta. Canadian Palaeobiology, 9:11-30.

McCrea, R.T., and L.G. Buckley 2004. Excavating British Columbia's first dinosaurs and other palaeontological projects in the Tumbler Ridge area. Alberta Palaeontological Society, Eighth Annual Symposium: 25-34.

McCrea, R.T., and P.J. Currie 1998. A preliminary report on dinosaur tracksites in the lower Cretaceous (Albian) Gates Formation near Grande Cache, Alberta, 155-162. In S.G. Lucas, J.I. Kirkland and J.W. Estep, (eds.), Lower and Middle Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin No. 14.

McCrea, R.T., P.J. Currie, and S.G. Pemberton 2005. Vertebrate Ichnology, pp. 405-416.  In Currie, P.J., and E.B. Koppelhus (eds.), Dinosaur Provincial Park: a spectacular ancient ecosystem revealed. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 648p.

McCrea, R.T., P.J. Currie, and S.G. Pemberton 2002.  Forelimb impressions associated with a large theropod trackway from the Gates Formation (Lower Cretaceous: Albian) of western Canada.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22 suppl. to (3):  86A.

McCrea, R.T., M.G. Lockley, P.J. Currie, W.A.S. Sarjeant, and S.G. Pemberton 2001. Avian footprint occurrences from the Mesozoic of western Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21 (3): 79A.

McCrea, R.T., M.G. Lockley, and C.A. Meyer (2001). Global distribution of purported ankylosaur track occurrences, pp. 413-454. In K. Carpenter, (ed.), The armored dinosaurs. Bloomington & Indianapolis: University of Indiana Press.

McCrea, R.T., M.G. Lockley, and A.G. Plint 1998. A summary of purported ankylosaur track occurrences. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 18(3): 62A.

McCrea, R.T., S.G. Pemberton, and P.J. Currie 2003. Mammal and reptile tracks from the Upper Paleocene of Alberta. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 23 (3): 77A

McCrea, R.T., S.G. Pemberton, and P.J. Currie 2004. New ichnotaxa of mammal and reptile tracks from the Upper Paleocene of Alberta. Ichnos 11(3-4): 323-339.

McCrea, R.T., and W.A.S. Sarjeant 1999. A diverse vertebrate ichnofauna from the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) Gates Formation near Grande Cache, Alberta. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 19(3): 62A.

McCrea, R.T., and W.A. S. Sarjeant 2001. New ichnotaxa of bird and mammal footprints from the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) Gates Formation of Alberta, pp.453-478. In K. Carpenter, D.H. Tanke, and M.W. Skrepnick, (eds.), Mesozoic vertebrate life. Bloomington & Indianapolis: University of Indiana Press.

McLearn, F.H. 1923. Peace River Canyon coal area, B.C. Geological Survey of Canada, Summary Report, Part B: 1-46.

McLearn, F. H. 1931. Environment of dinosaur tracks in the Peace River Canyon. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 42: 362.

Mossman, D.J., and W.A.S. Sarjeant 1983. The footprints of extinct animals. Scientific American, 248(1): 74-85.

Nadon, G.C. 1993. The association of anastomosed fluvial deposits and dinosaur tracks, eggs, and nests: implications for the interpretation of floodplain environments and a possible survival strategy for ornithopods. Palaios, 8: 31-44.

Russell, L.S. 1930. Early Tertiary mammal tracks from Alberta.  Transactions of the Royal Candian Institute, Vol. XVII, Part 2: 217-221, XI pl.

Rutherford, R.L., and L.S. Russell 1928. Mammal tracks from the Paskapoo beds of Alberta. American Journal of Science, 15: 262-264.

Sampson, S.D., and P.J. Currie 1996.  On the trail of Cretaceous dinosaurs, pp. 143-155.  In R. Ludvigsen (ed.), Life in stone: a natural history of British Columbia's Fossils.  Vancouver: UBC Press.

Sarjeant, W.A.S. 1981. In the footsteps of the dinosaurs. Explorers Journal, 59(4): 164-171.

Sarjeant, W.A.S. 2000. The Mesozoic mammal footprint record reconsidered: with an account of new discoveries in the Cretaceous of northwestern Alberta, Canada, pp. 153-168. Journal of the Paleontological Society of Korea, Special Volume #4.

Sarjeant, W.A.S., and R.A. Thulborn 1986. Probable marsupial footprints from the Cretaceous sediments of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 23: 1223-1227.

Scott, J.J., R.T. McCrea, A.G. Plint, M.P. Lumsdon, and M.G. Lockley 2001. Vertebrate ichnofauna of the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) Dunvegan Formation of western Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21 (3): 99A-100A.

Spalding, D.A.E. 1999. Into the dinosaurs’ graveyard: Canadian digs and discoveries. Toronto: Doubleday Canada.

Sternberg, C.M. 1926. Dinosaur tracks from the Edmonton Formation of Alberta. Canadian Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Geological Series 46, Bulletin 44: 85-87.

Sternberg, C.M. 1931. Lower Cretaceous dinosaur tracks in Peace River Canyon, British Columbia. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 42: 362.

Sternberg, C.M. 1932. Dinosaur tracks from Peace River, British Columbia. National Museum of Canada, Annual Report, 1930: 59-85.

Sternberg, C.M. 1933. Prehistoric footprints in Peace River. Canadian Geographic Journal, 6: 92-102.

Sternberg, C.M. 1946. Canadian dinosaurs. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No. 103, Geological Series No. 54: 1-20

Storer, J.E. 1975. Dinosaur tracks , Columbosauripus ungulatus (Saurischia: Coelurosauria), from the Dunvegan Formation (Cenomanian) of northeastern British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 12: 1805-1807.

Tanke, D.H. 2004. Mosquitoes and mud: the 2003 Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology expedition to the Grande Prairie region (northwestern Alberta, Canada). Alberta Palaeontological Society Bulletin, 19(2): 3-31.