US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for ALBERTA

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsSite IDCommentsReferenceLat-Long|Spare1Spare2Spare3
Central Alberta*[?]ABKEdmonton Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Leptoceratops,ornithischia-PachyrhinosaurusAB001053.5382,-113.5030, Location:Edmonton.AB,AFf14|*$AB0122
Mount Dawson Creek[?][?]ABKlCommotionplantsAB0435Can't identify a Mt Dawson Creek or even a Mt Dawson in AB. There is a Mt Dawson in BC near Mt Columbia in AB51.1517,-117.4278,Location:Mt_Dawson.BC,AHh14?|*$
Southern Alberta[?]ABAlberta inKuOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Edmontosaurus,hadrosauroidea-Corythosaurus,Saurolophus;ornithischia-Monoclonius;theropoda-AlbertosaurusAB001349.6281,-112.8897,Location:S of Lethbridge.AB,AFf14|*$
Southern Alberta[?]ABKuJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-ankylosauria-Panoplosaurus;nodosauridae-Edmontonia,EuoplocephalusAB001149.6281,-112.8897,Location:S of Lethbridge.AB,AHh44|*$
Rocky Mountains-ABin Cretaceous beds in Sturrock--Muskiki--Dowling--Haven members of the Vimy formation. Location Waterton,AB near Mt Vimy. (The formation could also be named for Vimy AB about 50km N of Edmonton)KVimyvertebrates-fish(remains)AB0007The Vimy Member of the Kaskapau Formation occurs throughout the Rocky Mountain Foothills from the US border North into BC49.0509,-113.9076,,AEe15|$*
Assiniboine PeakBanffABnearby near Magog Campground--22-12-w5{59.5942,-115.9568}ichnofossils,invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalviaAB001850.8411,-115.6288,22-12-w5,AKm73|$*
Baker Creek[?]Banff?ABKlCrowsnestplants-angiosperms-CelastrophyllumAB0045'Baker's Creek' in original. There is a Baker Creek NW of Banff at 27-15-w5( (51d20m44sN,116d4m9sW){51.1298,-116.0030}). Baker('s) Creek--May be associated with Baker Lake which seems to be on Wood Buffalo-Vermillion River Counties boundary 9-47-2-w4(53.06,-110.24){53.0325,-110.2280},5-86-1-w4(56.43,-110.13){56.4226,-110.1145} (These locations seem to make no sense)51.3500,-116.0689,,AHh15|$*
BanffBanffABAt Sundance Canyon in phosphate bedPN-PRocky Mountain_ABvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-edestidae-LissoprionAB0019the mouth of Sundance Canyon is behind the Cave and Basin Centennial Center51.1696,-115.5889,,AKm72|$*
BanffBanffABW on Hwy1A 4.8 km S of Lake Louise Station at small lake with monument in bluffCinvertebrates(marine)-arthropoda-trilobitaAB0020No Collecting51.3901,-116.1331,,AKm72|$*
Banff ParkBanffABAt Mt ColemanDuPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda-PaurorhynchaAB002152.1189,-116.9189,,AKm73|$*
Banff ParkBanffABat Cirrus MountainOBeaverfoot-Briscoinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Streptelasma;tabulata-CateniporaAB002252.1687,-116.9745,,AHm73|$*AB0032
Banff ParkBanffABat Cuthead CreekJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-CardiocerasAB002351.3997,-115.6806,,AHm73|$*
Banff ParkBanffABin Glacier ValleyCuSullivan_ABinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Arapahoia,CoosiaAB0024Arapahoia originally entered as Araphoia. There does not appear to be a feature named Glacier Valley in Banff Park. There are many glaciers. Location is an arbitrary spot on the Icefields Parkway (Hwy93) near Mt Coleman52.1011,-116.9577,,AKk44?|$*
Banff ParkBanffABnear Ross LakeCmRoss Lake Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-VanuxemellaAB0025There is a Ross Lake about 7-8km by trail from the East end of Lake Louise. Location is arbitrary near Agnes Lake51.4164,-116.2395,,AKk44?|$*
BankheadBanffABon Cascade River in Banff Park (26-11-25?{51.2172,-115.4449})JFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurboAB002651.1917,-115.5030,26-11-w5,AKm73|$*
Cairn PassBanff?ABLat lon is on mountain shoulder about 1km N and 400 meters above Southesk Pass opposite Southesk Cairn. Doubtful, but might not be too far offJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cobbanites,Toricellites,WarrenocerasAB0046Cobbanites,Torricellites originally Gobbanites,Torricellites52.7333,-117.1356,Location: Southesk Pass,AKk44?|$*
Cascade MountainBanff?ABWest Slope,Lower Sinemurian ammonoidea. Lat long is on W slope of Cascade Mountain, but seems to be about 4km N of the peak. Not clear why so far NorthJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ArniocerasAB004751.2667,-115.5854,,AKk44?|$*AB0048?
Cascade RiverBanff?ABType Locality at E side of bridge at Banff-Lake Minnewanka RoadJFernie?AB0048This is NOT the type locality of the Fernie Group--The type locality is in the Fernie area in SE British Columbia-HA51.2023,-115.5368,,AGm73?|$*AB0047?
Castle MountainBanffAB3.2 km E of Castle Mountain RR Station on Johnson Creek TrailTRlSpray Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-Pteronisculus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-BobasatraniaAB0031This must be an old reference: there is no RR station at Castle Mountain-HA Same as AB003049.3207,-114.3819,,AKm73|$*AB0030
Castle MountainBanffAB3.2 km E of RR station on Johnson Creek trail 3.2 km N of forest ranger cabin )Castle Mountain is at 26-14-w5{51.2171,-115.8635?}). Same as AB0031TRSpray Riververtebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-CoelacanthusAB003049.3207,-114.3819,26-14-w5?,AKm73|$*AB0031
Cirrus MountainBanffABwithin Banff ParkOBeaverfoot-Briscoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dinorthis,Petroria,Thaerodonta;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PalaeophyllumAB003252.1692,-116.9768,,AHm73|$*AB0022
Eldon SwitchBanff?AB2km N in massive limestones on Castle MountainCmEldoninvertebrates-mollusksAB0439Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.3252,-115.9755,,AKm73|$*
Fairholme RangeBanffABAt South EndDuFairholmeinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB003351.0940,-115.2026,,AGk44|$*
Fossil MountainBanffABBanff NP. No collecting. Said to have numerous fossils on slopes-AB047151.5042,-116.044,,AJn73|$*AB0473
Fossil MountainBanffAB-AB0473http://www4.rncan.gc.ca/search-place-names/unique/MABRB51.5031,-116.0461,,AIm73?|$*AB0471
Lake LouiseBanffABAt N end of lake on both sides of lake in siliceous shalesClLake Louiseinvertebrates-mollusksAB0440Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P551.4172,-116.2202,,AKm73|$*
Lake LouiseBanffABIn cliff on SW shore of Lake Louise S of Laggan (What's Laggan?)Clinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MicromitraAB0441Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P5651.4091,-116.2250,,AKm73?|$*
Lake LouiseBanffABin the Lake Louise-Kicking Horse Pass RegionClGog Quartziteichnofossils(diverse)-burrows_invertebrate-Skolithos;tracks-arthropodipedida-Cruziana;;(others)AB003451.4420,-116.2408,,AKm73|$*
Lake LouiseBanffABin the Lake Louise-Kicking Horse Pass RegionClPeytoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusAB003551.4542,-116.2728,,AKm73|$*
Lake LouiseBanffABto SWCl-CmMount Whyteinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAB003651.4542,-116.2728,,AKm73|$*
Lake MinnewankaBanffAB4.8 km N of Devils PointJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-SonniniaAB0037Devils Point possibly refers to Devils Gap viewpoint near Blackrock Mtn NE of Lake Minnewanka and E of the Ghost River51.2583,-115.2500,,AJj44|$*
MassiveBanffAB19.2 km W of Banff. Outcrop is just W of RR SidingTRlSpray Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Saurichthys;sarcopterygii-Coelacanthus,dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Albertonia,BobasatraniaAB003851.2167,-115.7854,,AKm73|$*
Mount ColemanBanffABwithin Banff ParkOBeaverfoot-Briscoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAB004252.1167,-116.9190,,AKm73|$*
Mount RundleBanffABat North End near BanffMRundle Group-AB0039Type locality51.1602,-115.5151,,AHm73|$*
Mount St PiranBanffABOn SE slope in grey quartzitic sandstones with minor shale interbeds-fossils in upper part. Mt St Piran is in Alberta a few km East of the BC borderClSt Piran-BC0097Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P551.4197,-116.2438,,AKm73|$*
Mount StelfoxBanffABDuFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Buchiola;gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitida;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB004052.2251,-116.5485,,AHm74|$*
Mount WhyteBanffABOn N slope in alternating bands of limestone and siliceous/calcareous shale below Cathedral formation limestones. Actually in Alberta?ClMount Whyteinvertebrates-mollusksBC0093Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P451.4105,-116.2669,,AHm73|$*AB0043
Mount WhyteBanffABCl-CmMount Whyteinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAB004351.4076,-116.2711,,AHm73|$*BC0093
Mount WilsonBanffABin cirque on peakO?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;(others)AB004152.0181,-116.8025,,AKm73|$*
Nigel PeakBanffAB250 meters below MT Wilson Quartzite on W slope in DolomiteOSkoki,Outraminvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-PalliseriaAB0191Some Nigel Peak sites will probably be in Banff National Park rather than Jasper52.2393,-117.1779,,AKm73|$*
North Saskatchewan RiverBanff?ABS from Hwy 16 (assume this is really Hwy11) at Valley View Turnoff across River and SW to Genesee store (Directions available there). 6.4 km N to private farm (permission Required) and 800 meters to River bankEPPaskapooplants-pteridophyta-(ferns)AB0370There are several Valley Views in Alberta, none of which seems to fit this description. Location used is an arbitrary location in Banff National Park area51.9853,-116.7898,,AHh44?|$*
Sulphur MountainBanffABtypical exposureDuPalliser?AB004451.1237,-115.5554,,AHm73|$*
Sunwapta PassBanff?ABat Mount Athabasca. Same as AB0051Dvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-CoelacanthusAB005052.2167,-117.1690,,AKm73|$*AB0051
Sunwapta PassBanff?ABat Mount Athabasca Same as AB0050Dvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-CoelacanthusAB005152.2167,-117.1690,,AKm73|$*AB0050
Upper Red Deer RiverBanff?ABJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PeronocerasAB005252.0614,-114.1033,,AHh44|$*
VegaBarrheadAB11.2 km N along bank of Athabasca River-concretions. Probably same as AB054KuWapitiplants-(coal),(wood)AB005354.4962,-114.3895,,AHm73|$*AB0054
VegaBarrheadABN on Athabasca River Probably same as AB053KuWapitiplants-(petrified wood)AB005454.4962,-114.3895,,AKm73|$*AB0053
CanmoreBighornABat Grassi LakeDuCairnichnofossils,invertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments);mollusks-gastropoda;porifera-stromatoporoideaAB0057There are two Grassi Lakes, Upper and Lower. The lat lon is selected between the two51.0731,-115.4066,,AKm73?|$*
CanmoreBighornABat the top of the no 4 Coal SeamKlKootenayplants-pteridophyta-ConiopterisAB005851.0860,-115.3526,,AHh44?|$*
ExshawBighornAB1.6 km E of cement plant (Roughly 22-24-9-w5{51.0581,-115.1786}). See also AB0059MExshaw?AB0060type exposure51.0581,-115.1786,22-24-9-w5,AKm72|*$AB0059
ExshawBighornAB1.6 km E of cement plant (Roughly 22-24-9-w5{51.0581,-115.1786}). See also AB0060DuMinnewanka Limestonevertebrates-fish-arthrodira-DinichthysAB005951.0581,-115.1786,22-24-9-w5,AKm72|*$AB0060
Bad Heart Creek[?]Birch Hills?ABKuWapiabivertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-PortheusAB0064Original says Badheart Creek-assumed to be same as Bad Heart River--2-76-2-w6{55.5504,-118.1848} General55.205,-118.8109,,AHh44|$*
WanhamBirch HillsAB1.6 km S of Hwy733,Peoria Road junction along Kakut Creek and 4.8 km downstream- well preserved fossilsKuPuskwaskauinvertebrates(abundant)(well preserved)-mollusks-bivalvia(large)(complete)-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Desmoscaphites;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AB006255.5350,-118.3942,,AKm73?|*$AB0061,AB0063
WanhamBirch HillsAB1.6 km S of Hwy733,Peoria Road junction along Kakut Creek-well preserved fossils.KuPuskwaskauinvertebrates(abundant)(well_preserved)-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,DesmoscaphitesAB006155.5350,-118.3942,,AKm73?|*$AB0062,AB0063
WanhamBirch HillsABSouth on Kakut Creek.KuPuskwaskauinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AB006355.5350,-118.3942,,AKm73?|*$AB0061,AB0062
Boggy HillBrazeauABW at head of South Branch of Sand CreekKuOldmanplants-angiosperms-PlatanusAB006552.9297,-115.2231,,AKm73|$*
Bow RiverCalgary?AB1.6km downstream from Canadian Pacific RR crossing in 60m cliffs,Well preserved plantsplants(well preserved leaves)AB0466http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt51.0949,-114.1803,,AKm72|$*
BrickburnCalgaryABNE1/423-24-2w5{51.0560,-114.1646}EPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-Platanus(sycamore),ViburnumAB0066There does not appear to be a town of Brickburn,Alberta. The name Brickburn is apparently associated with the Montgomery district of Calgary at 51.0747,-114.1643 which may be a more likely location51.0747,-114.1643,,AKm72?|$*
CalgaryCalgaryAB1.6km WKOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-ChampsosaurusAB006751.0407,-114.0797,,AKm72|$*
CalgaryCalgaryAB5 km N at Beddington Creek (23-21-5-W5 (51d08m30sN,114d2m26sW){50.7920,-114.5817} per Canada AtlasEPPaskapoo?AB006851.1417,-114.0406,,AKm73|$*
CalgaryCalgaryABEdworthy ParkEPPaskapoo?AB006951.0607,-114.1582,,AKm73|$*
CalgaryCalgaryABGlenmore ReservoirEPPaskapoo?AB007050.9831,-114.1177,,AKm73|$*
CalgaryCalgaryABalong Bow River on S Shore of Bearspaw reservoirEPPaskapoo?AB007151.1058,-114.2942,,AKm72|$*
Glenmore Dam-CalgaryCalgaryABon Elbow River below Glenmore dam,EPPaskapoovertebrates-mammalsAB007251.1018,-114.2715,,AKm72|$*
Belly RiverCardstonAB3-4-27w4{49.2672,-113.5583} (Belly River is at 27-9-23-w4{49.7622,-113.0412} )KuSt Mary Riverplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-MetasequoiaAB007349.2672,-113.5583,,AKm73|$*
CardstonCardstonABW(E?) from Hwy 5 at Hillspring turnoff 1.6 km N of town. Cross Belly River turn right and go 400 meters to trail to River. Instructions may be correct but they don't seem to match maps.KuBearpaw Shale,St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB007449.2194,-113.2649,,AKm73|$*
CarwayCardstonABEast on St. Mary River (Carway is at 2-1-26-w4{49.0044,-113.3770}). Same as AB0081?KuBearpaw Shale,St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB007549.0288,-113.2927,,AKm73|$*AB0081
CarwayCardstonABNear Carway Border Crossing 3.2 km N and 4.8 km E in banks of St Mary's River. Same as AB0075?KuBearpaw Shale,St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB008149.0288,-113.2927,,AKm72|$*AB0075
Del BonitaCardstonAB6km NW 33-1/22w4 (Original source did not specify Town) 33-1/22w4 taken as 33-1-22w4{49.0739,-112.8803}KFox Hillsinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB000949.0775,-112.8912,33-1-22w4,AKm72|$*
GlenwoodCardstonABSee AB0433KuSt Mary Riverplants-angiosperms-Nymphaeites,sequoioidae-Metasequoia;;ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AraucaritesAB007649.3663,-113.5162,,AKm73|$*AB0433
GlenwoodCardston?ABSee AB0076KuSt Mary riverplants-angiosperms-Artocarpus(breadfruit)AB0433Original specified Glenwood River. There are fossiliferous exposures of the St Mary's formation near Glenwood/Glenwoodville, ABhttp://www.diplomatsinternational.com/JLPublications_files/ABFossils2000Edition.pdf49.3663,-113.5163,,AKm73|$*AB0076
HillspringCardstonABHillspring Oyster Quarry. Oyster shell quarry operated by A-Claim Industries Ltd.,Granum Alberta. North bank of Belly River,SE of Hillspring in basal member of formation. See AB0014KuSt Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB024549.2651,-113.5772,,AKm72?|$*AB0014
HillspringCardstonABHillspring Oyster Quarry. See AB0245invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB001449.2651,-113.5772,,AKm72?|$*AB0245
Mountain ViewCardstonABTough Creek in Milk River equivalentsKuBelly River Groupplants-angiosperms-Ilex(Chinese_Holly);gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-BrachyphyllumAB007749.1333,-113.6019,,AKm73|$*
St Marys RiverCardstonABWest of Magrath.KBlood Reserve Sandstone-AB0079type locality Blood Reserve Formation --Cretaceous Grey Cretaceous sandstones,laterally (beach,lower shoreface) equivalent to the Horseshoe Canyon Formation. It overlies the Bearpaw Formation and is overlain by the St Mary's River Formation49.4235,-112.8687,Location:Magrath.AB,AKm73|$*
St Marys RiverCardstonABalong River from Magrath for 40 km to LethbridgeKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusksAB008049.4235,-112.8687,Location:Magrath.AB,AKm72|$*
St Marys RiverCardstonABtypical exposure. See AB0080KBlood Reserve Sandstone?AB007849.6338,-112.8830,Location:Lethbridge.AB;10kmS,AKm73|$*
-ClearwaterAB7km NW of junction of Ram River and Hummingbird Creek 52d07m20N 116d00m15W Amoco Loc 10466DCripple Tongueinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0456Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.1222,-116.0042,,AKm73|$*
AlexoClearwaterABin tributary of Shunga Creek 40-13w5 (roughly 52.4393 115.7765) {52.4393,-115.7765} post BrazeauEPBrazeauplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Thuja(Cedar)AB013252.4393,-115.7765,40-13w5,AKm73|$*
Allstones CreekClearwater?ABRidge NE of small lake near headwaters 52d16m05N 116d28m29W Amoco Loc 11416DCripple Tongueinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0450The ridge about a km N of the cited lat/lon may be a better fit to the site descriptionPhillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.2681,-116.4747,,AKm73|$*
Brazeau RangeClearwaterABin N Saskatchewan River GapDuPerdrixvertebrates-fish-placodermi-antiarcha-BothriolepisAB008252.4001,-115.8689,,AKm73|$*
Clearwater RiverClearwater?AB21.5 km below mouth of High Hill RiverDuCalumet (Canada)vertebrates-fish(remains)AB0094The Clearwater River flows through Wood Buffalo and Clearwater Counties52.3668,-114.9521,,AKm73|$*AB0095
Clearwater RiverClearwater?ABAt S End of Idlewilde Mountain (Clearwater River is near)DuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AtrypaAB0095The Clearwater River flows through Wood Buffalo and Clearwater Counties52.3668,-114.9521,,AKm73|$*AB0094
Cline RiverClearwaterABat junction of North Saskatchewan RiverDuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB009852.1731,-116.4819,,AKm73|$*
Cline RiverClearwaterABDuFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Buchiola;gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitida;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB009752.1731,-116.4819,,AKm73|$*
Cripple CreekClearwater?ABRidge NW side of Cripple Creek 52d10N 116d05m52W Amoco Loc 11388 below Cripple TongueDSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0451Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.1667,-116.0978,,AKm72|$*
David Thompson HwyClearwater[?]ABDuFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Buchiola;gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitida;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB0103The David Thompson Highway is AL11. It runs from Saskatchewan River Crossing in Jasper Park through Clearwater County to AB12 East of Red Deer in Red Deer County52.3836,-114.9177,Location:Rocky Mountain House.AB,AHh44|$*
Dutch CreekClearwater?AB13.5 km SW of Alexo,Saunders in creek banks (Alexo was a coal mining town between Nordegg and Rocky Mountain House)JFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cyprina,Homomya,Pleuromya,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cardioceras;belemnoideaAB010049.8979,-114.3843,,AKm73|$*
Gorge Creek ValleyClearwater?ABoriginally 'George Creek' opposite the valley mouthJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PeronocerasAB010150.7221,-114.6451,Location:Gorge Creek Trailhead.AB,AKm73|$*
Hummingbird CreekClearwater?ABon S branch of North ForkDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-TenticospiriferAB017152.0833,-115.9355,,AKm73|$*
Job CreekClearwaterABat Job CreekDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cyrtospirifer,IndospiriferAB017952.4977,-116.8719,,AKm73|$*AB0001
Job CreekClearwater?ABEast Fault BlockDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Devonoproductus,productida-Productella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PhillipsastraeaAB000152.4978,-116.8717,,AHh44|$*AB0179
Job CreekClearwater?ABat headwaters. Same as AB0462?DuSoutheskinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AtrypaAB010252.3333,-116.8167,,AKm73|$*AB0462
Marble MountainClearwater?ABon top of next Mountain SouthJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OxytomaAB004951.8862,-115.1838,,AKm73?|$*
NordeggClearwaterAB4.8 km E on Hwy 11 in creek adjacent to Hwy. Same as AB0084?JFernie-AB0083Nordegg is actually several kilometers off Hwy11, so it's a bit unclear what '4.8km E' means52.4902,-116.0261,,AKm73|$*
NordeggClearwaterABE on Shunda Creek. Same as AB0083?JFernieinvertebrates-mollusksAB008452.4691,-116.0776,,AKm73|$*
NordeggClearwaterABon N side of the road at Shunda Creek GapDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AtrypaAB008552.4924,-116.0397,,AKm73|$*
North Saskatchewan RiverClearwater?AB45.4 km W of Rocky Mountain HouseEPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-MetasequoiaAB036952.4476,-115.6160,,AKm73|$*
North Saskatchewan River GapClearwater?ABE of Dutch CreekMBanffvertebrates-fish(remains)AB0371Not terribly likely? The Saskatchewan River Gap would be about 10km West of Dutch Creek?52.4579,-115.7592,,AHh44?|$*
Panther RiverClearwater?ABat first coal mineKlKootenayplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida-NilssoniaAB000251.6501,-115.3188,,AKm73|$*
Peace RiverClearwaterABalong river in nw1/4s26t87r20w5 and ne1/4s27t87r20w5 assumed = 11-26-87-20-w5{56.5682,-117.0628} and 10-27-87-20-w5{56.5682,-117.0893}KlCadottevertebrates-fish(remains)AB008656.575,-117.086,,AKm73|$*
Ram RangeClearwater?ABOn S side of North branch of Hummingbird Creek 52d03m14N 116d14m00sW Amoco Loc 11495DCripple Tongueinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0460Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.0539,-116.2333,,AKm73|$*
Ram RangeClearwater?ABOn ridge on N side of Hummingbird Creek in talus 52d02m30N 116d11m00sW Amoco Loc 15251DMount Hawk,Simlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0454Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.0417,-116.1833,,AKm73|$*
Ram RiverClearwaterAB1 km above mouth of Fall CreekJFernievertebrates-fishAB008752.3804,-115.4210,,AKm73|$*
Ram RiverClearwaterABOn North Side of North Fork Gap in the Front RangeDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cyrtina,Douvillinaria;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Acinophyllum;tabulata-CoenitesAB008852.4041,-115.8866,,AKm73|$*
Ram RiverClearwaterABin nodules weathering out of black shale above the fallsKuWapiabiinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB008952.0844,-115.8402,,AHh44|$*AB0090
Ram River FallsClearwaterABKuWapiabiinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB009052.0844,-115.8402,,AKm73|$*AB0089
Saskatchewan RiverClearwaterABOn North Side of North Fork Gap in the Brazeau Range See AB0091DuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopoda-EleutherokommaAB009252.0356,-116.4441,5km SW,AHm74?|$*
Saskatchewan RiverClearwaterABOn North Side of North Fork Gap in the Brazeau Range. See AB0092DuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-ThomasariaAB009152.0356,-116.4441,5km SW,AHm74?|$*
Saskatchewan River GapClearwaterABIn Brazeau RangeDuAlexo-AB0093type exposure52.0356,-116.4441,5km SW,AHm74?|$*
Whiterabbit RangeClearwater?ABat headwaters of Job Creek 52d20N 116d49W Same as AB0102?DCripple Tongue,Twin Fallsinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0462Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.3333,-116.8167,,AKm72|$*AB0102
ElkwaterCypressABin area exposures from 30 to 50 km S along Hwy41 (originally entered as Hwy48, but there is no such road) as well as side roadsKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB010449.3408,-110.2753,,AHh44|$*
ElkwaterCypressABin coulees to S. May be the same as AB0104 which I have put much further SouthKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB010549.6458,-110.2602,,AKm73?|$*
HildaCypressAB50km N of Medicine Hat in 2.4km square bonebed apparently result of storm inundation of Coastal floodplainKuvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-ceratopsidae-CentrosaurusAB0468http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/technology/science/alberta-scientists-discover-largest-bed-of-dinosaur-bones/article1608423/50.4848,-110.0326,,AKm72|$*
IrvineCypressAB1km S of station. Same as AB0108?KPierre,Belly Riverinvertebrates-mollusksAB0442An American Geological Railway Guide p7649.9440,-110.2685,,AKm72|$*
IrvineCypressABE of Medicine Hat on Hwy 1 in area badlandsKuDinosaur Park,Oldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae(gar)(scales);;reptilia-champsosauridae,dinosauria(bones)AB010649.9501,-110.2683,,AKm73|$*
IrvineCypressABto South. Same as AB0442?KuDinosaur Parkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB010849.9440,-110.2685,,AKm72|$*
Irwin CouleeCypressABNear junction with Ross Creek not too far from Medicine Hat (AB). Map location is arbitraryKvertebrates-fish(teeth)(bones),reptilia-dinosauria,turtlesSK0022http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt49.9998,-110.4511,,AHh44|$*
Lost RiverCypressAB1-4-w4{49.0317,-110.4516}KuOldman,Foremostinvertebrates-mollusks(brackish_water);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB010949.0336,-110.4653,1-4-W4,AKm72|$*
Medicine HatCypressAB12.8km distant at Saskatchewan Coal Mines. Purportedly West of Medicine Hat, and South and West of the Saskatchewan River. Lat lon is a place that looks slightly more like an old coal mine than the surrounding countryside in satellite photosinvertebrates-mollusks;plants-angiosperms-BraseniaSK0023http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt50.05571,-110.8193,,AKm73|$*
Medicine HatCypressAB24 km NKForemostvertebrates-aves(birds)-HesperornisAB011150.2841,-110.6255,,AKm73|$*
Medicine HatCypressABBadlands of S Saskatchewan River ValleyKuOldman,Foremostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011250.0305,-110.6766,,AHh44|$*
Medicine HatCypressABalong Saskatchewan River 10 to 20 km downstream in multiple bone beds in 30 to 100 meters thick 750,000 year old depositsQvertebrates-mammals(diverse)(large_55species)-artiodactyla-camelidae;carnivora-Panthera(Lions);perissodactyla-equidae(horses)(zebras);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea(elephants),(others)AB011350.1567,-110.5952,,AKm73|$*
Medicine HatCypressABarea exposuresKuForemost,Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011450.0305,-110.6766,,AHh44|$*
Medicine HatCypressABat Ross Coulee (Original said Irvine which is about 30km to the East)KuOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-LepisosteusAB010750.0307,-110.6433,,AHh44?|$*
Medicine HatCypressABnearby. complete, well preserved crocodiliaKuJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaAB011550.0305,-110.6766,,AHh44|$*
Medicine HatCypressABKuForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroideaAB011050.0305,-110.6766,,AHh44|$*
Medicine Lodge CouleeCypressABSE1/4 7-8-3W4{49.6256,-110.3888}KBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB011649.6310,-110.4027,SE1/4-7-8-3W4,AKm73|$*
OnefourCypressABBadlands of Milk River and tributariesKuOldman,Dinosaur Parkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB011749.1167,-110.4683,,AHh44|$*AB0118
OnefourCypressABin area badlandsKuForemost,Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011849.1167,-110.4683,,AHh44|$*AB0117
RedcliffCypressABBadlands of S Saskatchewan River Valley. Basically the same as AB0114,AB0120KuOldman,Foremostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011950.0768,-110.7787,,AHh44|$*AB0120
RedcliffCypressABalong river to S. Same as AB0119KuForemost,Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB012050.0768,-110.7787,,AHh44|$*AB0119
Sage CreekCypressABOn S side of creek in SE1/4s31t3nr3w4{49.1736,-110.3202} in shale bank 5 meters below top of Pale bedsKOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-ParatarponAB012149.2520,-110.4012,SE1/4s31t3nr3w4,AKm72|$*
StairCypressAB1.6km S of station in banks of Saskatchewan River. Stair Station is (was?) about 12.8 km NW of Medicine Hat on RR to SuffieldKBelly Riverinvertebrates-mollusksAB0443An American Geological Railway Guide p7650.0806,-110.8256,,AKm73|$*
WildhorseCypressABN at Sage CreekKuOldman,Dinosaur Parkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB005549.1201,-110.4683,Location: Onefour.AB,AKn73?|$*AB0056
WildhorseCypressABin valley of Sage Creek 17.6 km NKuDinosaur Park,Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB005649.1201,-110.4683,Location: Onefour.AB,AKn73?|$*AB0055
Drumheller(FossilWorldDiscCtr)DrumhellerABFossil World Discovery Center, 1381 N. Dinosaur Trail,Drumheller, Alberta Canada,(403) 823-6666. Fossil displays. Open daily. Admission fee. animatronic dinosaurs, play area, fossil dig area for kidsAB0479,AB0487http://www.fossilworld.com/FW/Home.html51.4692,-112.7423,,AKm72|,
Drumheller(RoyalTyrellMuseum)DrumhellerABRoyal Tyrell Museum, 1500 N Dinosaur Trail,Drumheller, Alberta. Largest collection of fossils in Canada. Dinosaur fossils as well as those from other eras. Interpretive trail. Research collections of Alberta (and BC) fossilsAB0475,AB0483https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Tyrrell_Museum_of_Palaeontology, https://hermis.alberta.ca/rtmp/default.aspx?pg=551.4793,-112.7892,,AKm71|,
Edmonton(UofAlberta-PaleoMuseum)DrumhellerABFossil displays. 1-26 Earth Sciences Building,University of Alberta,Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E3,Phone: 780.492.3265, Email: eas@ualberta.ca -- Call or check website for access. There are also extensive research collections (invertebrates, trace fossils, paleobotany, vertebrates) and a separate Mineralogy/Petrology Museum. UofA has multiple campuses. The website is a bit confusing.AB0477https://www.ualberta.ca/earth-sciences/facilities/collections-and-museums/index.html53.5283,-113.5234,,AKm72?|,
EdmontonEdmontonABalong North Saskatchewan RiverKuHorseshoe Canyonplants(petrified wood),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB012253.5382,-113.5030,,AKm73|*$AB0010
EdmontonEdmontonABin fill used in alleys in EdmontonQplants(agatized wood)AB012353.5382,-113.5030,,AKm73|$*
EdmontonEdmontonABin gravel pits along River North and East (government pits open to public)Qplants(agatized wood)AB012453.5569,-113.4544,,AHh44?|$*
EdmontonEdmontonABon N side of North Saskatchewan River near Storyland Valley Zoo (aka Edmonton Valley Zoo)Qplants(agatized wood)AB012553.5101,-113.5533,,AKm72|$*
Edmonton(RoyalAlbertaMuseum)EdmontonABGeneral museum with some natural history/paleontology displays. Fossil displays focused on Quaternary Paleontology? Research collections-Quaternary(mostly Pleistocene?) paleontology. Royal Alberta Museum, 9810 103a Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 0G2AB0478,AB0486https://royalalbertamuseum.ca/53.5471,-113.4911,,AKm71|,
Edmonton(UofAlberta-PaleoMuseum)EdmontonABFossil displays. 1-26 Earth Sciences Building,University of Alberta,Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E3,Phone: 780.492.3265, Email: eas@ualberta.ca -- Call or check website for access. There are also extensive research collections (invertebrates, trace fossils, paleobotany, vertebrates) and a separate Mineralogy/Petrology Museum. UofA has multiple campuses. The website is a bit confusing.AB0485https://www.ualberta.ca/earth-sciences/facilities/collections-and-museums/index.html53.5283,-113.5234,,AKm72?|,
Mill CreekEdmontonAB7-1-6w5 {unresolvable dls position}. Same as AB0126/AB0464?KlCrowsnestplants-angiosperms-Ficus_fig;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Desmiophyllum;;pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB012753.5168,-113.4730,7-1-6w5?,AKm72?|$*
Mill CreekEdmontonABIn cliffs along the creek -- fossils(abundant). Same as AB0126/AB0127?Kinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks;plantsAB0464http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt53.5168,-113.4730,,AKm72?|$*
Mill CreekEdmontonABsame as AB0127/AB0464KlBlairmoreplants-angiosperms-Araliaephyllum,Cinnamomoides;pteridophyta-CladophlebisAB012653.5168,-113.4730,,AKm72?|$*
DunveganFairviewABon West bank between Dunvegan and Montagneuse RiverKuDunveganplants-angiosperms-PaleonupharAB012855.9892,-118.8281,,AHh44?|$*
Dunvegan BridgeFairviewABN bank of Peace River. Dunvegan Fm. becomes marine east of the bridge,non_marine to the westKuDunvegan,Kaskapauinvertebrates-mollusks(marine)AB012955.9212,-118.6045,,AKm72|*$AB0130,AB0131
Dunvegan BridgeFairviewABin cliffs along Hwy NE of bridge AB0129/AB0130/AB0131 appear to be pretty much the same set of exposuresKuDunvegan,Kaskapauinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB013055.9274,-118.5774,,AKm72|*$AB0129,AB0131
Dunvegan BridgeFairviewABin cliffs beside Hwy to NE. AB0129/AB0130/AB0131 appear to be pretty much the same set of exposuresKuDunvegan,Kaskapauinvertebrates-brachiopoda(rare),mollusks-bivalvia(abundant)-OstreaAB0131(brachiopods seem unlikely in these beds)55.9274,-118.5774,,AKm72|*$AB0129,AB0130
Alexo--Saunders(Dutch Creek)FlagstaffABW on Dutch CreekJFernieinvertebrates-mollusksAB013352.4690,-115.8570,,AKm73|$*
LongviewFoothillsAB32 km W on forestry road at narrow gap near ranger station in Limestone cliff. Same as AB0135?MRundle Groupinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-SpiriferAB013450.5370,-114.7316,,AHh44|$*AB0135
LongviewFoothillsABon Highwood forestry road. Same as AB0134?MRundle Groupinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB013550.5370,-114.7316,,AHh44|$*AB0134
Priddis CreekFoothillsAB16-22-4w5{50.8648,-114.4894} Same as AB0137?KuBelly River Groupplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-ElatocladusAB013650.8648,-114.4894,16-22-4w5,AHm72|$*AB0137
Priddis CreekFoothillsABs15t22r4w5 {50.8648,-114.4663} in sandstones,8 km. W of Priddis,off Hwy. 22X. Same as AB0136?KuBelly River Groupplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-CephalotaxopsisAB013750.8686,-114.4777,s15t22r4w5,AHm72|$*AB0136
Bow IslandForty Mile?AB9.6 km N in coulees (Bow Island is at 22-11-13-w4{49.9169,-111.6878}) Same as AB0139?KuForemostinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;plants(low grade petrified wood)AB013849.9733,-111.3972,,AKm73|$*AB0139
Bow IslandForty Mile?ABOldman River,north of town; brackish water fossils (Bow Island is at 22-11-13-w4{49.9169,-111.6878}) Same as AB0138?KuForemostinvertebrates-mollusks(backish water);plants(petrified wood)AB013949.9733,-111.3972,,AKm73|$*AB0138
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileAB38.4 km S at Deadhorse Coulee, 7.5 km SE of Lucky Strike PO. Same as AB0145,AB0148KuForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(teeth)AB014049.0773,-111.4446,,AKm73|*$AB0145,AB0146?,AB0147,AB0148
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileABSE at S32T1R11W4{49.0719,-111.4309} (7km SE of Lucky Strike PO). Same as AB0147,AB0148?,AB0140KMilk Riververtebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB014549.0773,-111.4446,S32T1R11W4,AKm72|*$AB0140,AB0146?,AB0147
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileABon SE in tributary gull,-S12S33T1R11w4{49.0720,-111.4087} 12 meters above Milk River Sandstone BedKMilk Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus(gar)AB014649.0810,-111.4279,S12S33T1R11w4,AKm72|*$AB0140?,AB0145,AB0147
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileABon SE side S32t1r11w4{49.0719,-111.4309} 15 meters above Milk River Sandstone Bed. Same as AB0145?KMilk Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus(gar)AB014749.0773,-111.4446,S32t1r11w4,AKm72|*$AB0140,AB0145,AB0146?,AB0148?
Deadhorse Coulee--Lucky StrikeForty MileABBadlands (7km SE of Luck Strike PO) Same as AB0145?,AB0140KuForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB014849.2034,-111.4892,location:Lucky Strike Schoolhouse,AKm73|*$AB0140,AB0147,AB0148?
Etzikom CouleeForty Mile?ABarea exposures (roughly 14-6-9-w4{49.4667,-111.1075})KuForemost,Oldmanplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB038349.3935,-111.4412,,AKm73?|*$AB0141,AB0382
Etzikom CouleeForty Mile?ABKForemostvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-IsurusAB038249.3935,-111.4412,,AKm73?|*$AB0141,AB0383
ForemostForty MileABS at Etzikom Coulee ( S17T6R11w4{49.4667,-111.4437} )KuForemostplants(agatized wood),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB014149.3935,-111.4412,S17T6R11w4,AKm73|*$AB0382,AB0383
GrotonForty MileABOn North Side of Milk River 3-10w4{49.2064,111.2617}KPakowkiinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB014249.2064,-111.2617,3-10w4,AKm72|$*
ManyberriesForty MileABSW1/4s25t4r5w4 in Sandstone near base on W side of Coulee on S Manyberries Creek{49.3192,-110.5498}KOldmanvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB014349.3192,-110.5498,SW1/4s25t4r5w4,AKm72|$*
ManyberriesForty MileABto E and SE in area badland exposures extending into SaskatchewanKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda(uncommon)-(crayfish),(shrimps);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;scaphopoda;;vertebrates-fish(bones)(teeth)-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)AB014449.4000,-110.7016,,AHh44|$*
Peace River DistrictGrande PrairieAB312 meters above base of Nikanassin Formation on the Sulphur and Sheep RiversJuNikanassinvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-ChimaerothecaAB014953.8904,-119.1155,Location: Grande Cache.AB,AHh44|$*
Pipestone CreekGrande PrairieABPachyrhinosaurus bonebed--location is Pipestone Creek Park. Tours are available at Philip J Currie Museum in Wembley, AB--https://dinomuseum.ca/visit/bonebed-tours/Kvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-PachyrhinosaurusAB0472http://yagotta.ca/alberta-destinations/dinosaurs-of-grande-prairies-river-of-death/55.0479,-119.096,,AIm74?|$*
Smoky RiverGrande PrairieABin S bank of River 4 km SW of Hwy 49 bridge over the RiverKuKaskapauinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Scaphites,WatinocerasAB015055.6644,-117.6704,,AKm73|$*
Solomon CreekGrande PrairieABat Grigsby coal claimKlBlairmoreplants-angiosperms-AcrostichopterisAB015153.3334,-117.8357,,AHh44|$*
Stinking Springs CreekGrande Prairie?AB34-60-13w5{54.2269,-115.8547}KlBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-PityophyllumAB0153Stinking Springs Creek is possibly in the Kakwa River watershed54.2269,-115.8547,34-60-13w5,AKm72|$*
Sulphur RiverGrande Prairie?ABon Pearl Creek 66 meters above base of Fort St John Group shalesKlFort St Johnvertebrates-fish(remains)AB015453.8377,-119.1663,,AFl53|*$*AB0166
Torrens Creek[?]Grande PrairieAB2.8 km above Hat Creek JunctionKuDunveganplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-CephalotaxopsisAB0152This seems probably to be a reference to the Torrens River in NW Alberta54.3832,-119.8695,,AHh44?|$*
Wembley(PhillipJCurrieMuseum)Grande PrairieABPhillip J Currie Museum. 9301 112 Ave, Wembley, AB T0H 3S0, Displays, bonebed toursAB0480,AB0488https://dinomuseum.ca/55.1691,-119.1352,,AKm72|,
Abbott CreekGreenviewABnear Smoky River about 30 meters above coal seamKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-CladophlebisAB015553.9173,-118.9982,,AKm73|$*
Grande CacheGreenviewABIn steeply sloping beds at Smoky River Coals mineKlvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)(abundant)AB015653.8754,-119.1403,,AHh44|$*
Kakwa Creek BasinGreenview?ABBelow Dead Horse Meadows 4.8 km up tributary of Mouse Cache Creek ('Mouse Catch Creek' in original) and on Ridge aboveKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-Coniopteris,SphenopterisAB016554.1117,-119.8718,,AKm73|*$AB0164
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB19.4 km above Lynx Creek. Same as AB0158?KlBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Elatides;;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-NilssoniaAB015753.9811,-119.9102,,AHh44|$*AB0158
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB20 km above Lynx Creek. Same as AB0157?KlBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-GinkgoAB015853.9811,-119.9102,,AHh44|$*AB0157
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB20-59-13w4 (should be w6?){54.1103,-119.9032?})J-KNikanassinplants-ginkgophyta-GinkgoAB015954.1103,-119.9032,,AKm73?|$*AB0160
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB20-59-13w5(should be w6?){54.1103,-119.9032})J-KKootenayplants-pteridophyta-ConiopterisAB016054.1103,-119.9032,20-59-13w6?,AKm73?|$*AB0159
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB4.8 km above Lynx Creek in tributary to SKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida-ZamitesAB016154.0328,-119.7578,,AKm73?|$*
Kakwa River BasinGreenviewAB3.2 km up creek entering Mouse Cache Creek below Dead Horse MeadowsKlBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-Stenorachis;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-PterophyllumAB0162Pterophyllum is a genus of Angelfish, but the name also seems to have been used for a Mesozoic plants-a cycad?54.1117,-119.8718,Location:Mouse Cache Creek.AB,AKm73|*$AB0163
Kakwa River BasinGreenviewAB3.2 km up creek entering Mouse Cache Creek below Dead Horse MeadowsKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida-PtilophyllumAB016354.1117,-119.8718,Location:Mouse Cache Creek.AB,AKm73|*$AB0162
Kakwa River BasinGreenviewAB4.8 km up creek entering Mouse Cache Creek below Dead Horse MeadowsKlBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-Stenorachis;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-PterophyllumAB016454.1117,-119.8718,Location:Mouse Cache Creek.AB,AKm73|*$AB0165
Mount MayGreenviewAB12km N = 54deg 16km N 1.6 km E of BC border (Doesn't seem to make much sense. loc used is 10miles N of Mt May, 1 mile E of border )KlGethingplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB001254.1849,-119.9721,,AKm73?|$*
Smoky RiverGreenview?ABat headwaters on (of?) Sulphur River. Location is at mouth of Sulphur River?JFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-OppeliaAB016656.1834,-117.3194,,AHh44?|$*AB0154
Brule CoalfieldJasper Park?ABKLuscarplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB020053.2854,-117.8694,location:Brule.AB,AKm73|$*
Brule LakeJasper Park?ABN side of Athabasca River on E slope of Bullrush MountainDuvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-HelodusAB020253.2854,-117.8694,location:Brule.AB,AKm73|$*
De Smet RangeJasper ParkABat N EndJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cardioceras,ImlayicerasAB0168Imlayiceras originally Imlayoceras53.1667,-118.2191,,AHh44|$*
Deception CreekJasper ParkABPresumably near Deception Peak which is at 52d52m Longitude 117d24mDuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB016952.8691,-117.3992,,AHh44|$*
Esplanade MountainJasper ParkABE of Esplanade MountainDuMaligneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AllanariaAB017553.0775,-118.1003,,AHh44|$*
Folding Mountain CreekJasper Park?AB30 meters below conglomerate outcropKlBlairmoreplants-angiosperms-dicotyledonae-Sapindopsis;;ginkgophyta-Stenorachis;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-ElatocladusAB020453.1501,-117.6690,,AKm73?|$*
Grey River[?]Jasper ParkABat Junction with Cabin CreekKlBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-ElatocladusAB0170Can't identify a Grey River or Gray River in AB. There are probably multiple Cabin Creeks. One is on the NE side of Lesser Slave Lake about 20km N of Slave Lake, AB, (55.54,-114.85). Another Cabin Creek is about 40km SE of Grande Cache near Pierre Grey Lakes. Latter used53.7736,-118.5319,location:Cabin Creek,AHh44|$*
JasperJasper ParkABEdiacaran faunas in limestonesEDMiette Group-AB017252.8753,-118.0820,,AHh44|$*
JasperJasper ParkABFossils may be from different localitiesSpray Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Platysomus,SaurichthysAB017352.8753,-118.0820,,AHh44|$*
Maligne CanyonJasper ParkABat Lower Maligne CanyonDuPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda-CamarotoechiaAB018052.8053,-117.6952,,AHm44|$*
Medicine LakeJasper ParkABRidge between Beaver and Medicine lakesDuFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Allanaria,EmanuellaAB017752.8628,-117.7412,,AKm73|$*AB0187
Medicine LakeJasper ParkABon Ridge between Medicine Lake and Beaver LakeDuAlexoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cyrtiopsis,productida-ProductellaAB018752.8628,-117.7412,,AGl73|$*AB0177
Morro PeakJasper ParkABin shales near base of FormationDuAlexoinvertebrates-mollusksAB018953.0333,-118.0691,,AKm73|$*
Morro PeakJasper ParkABnear Hwy at Morro PeakDuMaligneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Atrypa,CalvinariaAB018553.0428,-118.0790,,AKm73|$*
Mount HaultainJasper ParkABSE face 53d11m05N 118d16m07W also in overlying Southesk formationDSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0448Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.1847,-118.2686,,AKm72|$*
Mount HaultainJasper ParkABW side of Mt Haultain cirque in thick limestone bed below base of Simla formation 53d12m40N (2km too far N to match description?) 118d18m00sDSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0446Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.1838,-118.2980,,AKm72|$*
Mt SimlaJasper ParkAB3.2 km SW of Mt SimlaClinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-ZacanthoidesAB0174(Zacanthoides is a common Middle Cambrian trilobite. It is rare in the Lower Cambrian. Possibly either the age is wrong,or trilobite is wrong53.2521,-118.6839,,AHm73|$*
Nigel CreekJasper ParkABIn Jasper National Park (maybe 'typical' but not 'type'; type is at Mt. Rundle,Banff)DuPalliser-AB0190type exposure52.1755,-117.0504,,AKm73|$*
Nigel PeakJasper ParkABIn Jasper National ParkDuMount Hawk-AB0192type exposure52.2400,-117.1730,,AKm73|*$AB0193,AB0194
Nigel PeakJasper ParkABIn Jasper National ParkDuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB019452.2400,-117.1730,,AKm73|*$AB0192,AB0193
Nigel PeakJasper ParkABIn Jasper National ParkDuSouthesk-AB0193type exposure52.2400,-117.1730,,AKm73|*$AB0192,AB0194
Persimmon RangeJasper ParkAB5km W of junction of Wildhay River and Eagle's Nest Creek at top of Southesk formation 53d30m26N 118d35m28W Amoco Loc 15254DSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0457Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.5072,-118.5911,,AKm72|$*
Persimmon RangeJasper ParkABE side of valley of South Berland River 53d32m38N 11N, 118d40m39W Amoco Loc 15253DSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0455Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.5439,-118.6775,,AKm72|$*
Persimmon RangeJasper ParkABPersimmon Creek 53d33m34N, 118d43m26W Amoco Loc 15252DSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0458Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.5594,-118.7239,,AKm72|$*
Poboktan PassJasper ParkABNW of Brazeau Lake, 80 km SE of JasperTRlSpray Riververtebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-BobasatraniaAB019552.3898,-117.1074,,AKm73|$*
Pope Creek[?]Jasper ParkABCmCathedral (Canada)invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-AlbertellaAB0437Pope Creek is apparently in the Willmore Wilderness Area roughly half way between Grand Cache and Hinton. Originally entered as 'Popes Creek'53.6001,-118.6192,,AKm73|$*
Proposal MountainJasper ParkABat Proposal Mountain at the South End of Medicine LakeDuAlexoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Leiorhynchus,SinotectirostrumAB0181Sinotectirostrum originally entered as Sinotectiractrum52.8402,-117.6916,,AHk73|$*
Redan Mountain?Jasper ParkABbetween forks of S branch of Snake Indian RiverCuSullivan_ABinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-GlossopleuraAB0184Glossopleura is a mid-Cambrian taxon?53.1307,-118.2150,,AKm73?|$*
Roche MietteJasper ParkAB53d10m15N, 117d55m00sWDMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0459Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.1708,-117.9167,,AKm72|$*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABE shoulder of Roche MietteDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Calvinaria,GruenewaldtiaAB017653.1724,-117.9123,,AKm73|$*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABnear Jasper Lake 48 km NE of Yellowhead PassDuvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-HelodusAB019753.1647,-117.9210,,AKm73|$*AB0196
Roche MietteJasper ParkABon Rocky River in large concretionsJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cardioceras,Goliathiceras,ImlayicerasAB0188Imlayiceras originally Imlayoceras53.1381,-117.9369,,AKm73|$*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABDuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB019653.1647,-117.9210,,AKm73|$*AB0197
Roche a PerdrixJasper ParkABDuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB019853.2127,-117.8028,,AKm73|$*
Rocky MountainsJasper Park?ABin Cretaceous bedsKWapiabi,Vimy,Sturrock,Muskiki,Dowlingvertebrates-fish(remains)AB020552.0000,-117.2523,,AHj44|$*
Rocky RiverJasper Park?ABon Upper Rocky River in lower part of Limestone above Banff shaleMBanff, Upper Limestonevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-hybodontidae-Scoliorhiza(teeth)AB020653.1333,-117.9857,,AKm73|$*
Snake Indian RiverJasper ParkABnear Snake Indian RiverCuLynxinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-TricrepicephalusAB018653.2003,-118.1614,,AHh44|$*
Sunset PeakJasper ParkABat S end of Ancient WallDuSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Phillipsastraea;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB018253.4333,-118.8786,,AKm73|$*AB0183
Sunset PeakJasper ParkABat SE end of Ancient WallDuCairninvertebrates-brachiopoda-Athyris,LadogiodesAB0183Ladiogodes originally Ladogioides53.4333,-118.8786,,AKm73|$*AB0182
Whitehorse CreekJasper ParkABon tributary of Whitehorse Creek in Miette Range District of Mackenzie 52d59m07N 117d32m20W Amoco Loc 11402,15269 -- the coordinates are in Jasper Park, ABDPalliserinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsNT0047The miette range is in Jasper Park, ABPhillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.9853,-117.5389,,AEj42|$*
Winnifred PassJasper Park?AB53d38m40N, 119d11m30W Amoco Loc 12541DMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0445This lat lon appears to be near Bastille Peak several km N of Winnifred PassPhillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.8728,-120.0375,,AKm73?|$*
Winnifred PassJasper Park?ABWinnifred Pass is near 53d38mN;119d12mWDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Gypidula;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PhillipsastraeaAB0207Winnifred Pass appears to be in Rocky Mountains near Kvass Creek possibly near 53d38mN.; long 119d12mW53.6333,-119.2000,,AKm73?|*$AB0208,AB0209
Winnifred PassJasper Park?ABWinnifred Pass is near 53d38mN;119d12mWDuPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Athyris,Cyrtiopsis,SchuchertellaAB020853.6333,-119.2000,,AKm73|*$AB0207,AB0209
Winnifred PassJasper Park?ABWinnifred Pass is near 53d38mN;119d12mWDuPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Calvinaria,Hypothyridina,Leiorhynchus,WarrenellaAB020953.6333,-119.2000,,AKm73|*$AB0207,AB0208
Fossil FallsKananaskisAB-AB0474http://www4.rncan.gc.ca/search-place-names/unique/MABRB50.59,-115.2006,,AIm73?|$*BC0119
SW AlbertaKananaskis?ABin area exposures about 175 meters above base of Formation. The Rocky Mountain Formation is exposed in the Canmore/Banff area, but may be found elsewhere as wellPN-PRocky Mountain_ABvertebrates-fish(remains)AB000851.0867,-115.3400, Location:Canmore.AB,AHh44|$*
Dry Island Buffalo JumpKneehillABOn Red Deer River 65 km upstream from Tyrrell. (24-21-22-W4{50.7924,-112.9162},29,34-21-22-W4{50.8069-113.0085,50.8215,-112.9623})KuScollardvertebratesAB022250.800,-113.000,,AKm73|$*
Kneehills CreekKneehillABfirst stream on S bank when following Dinosaur trail out of DrumhellerKuHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB022351.5001,-112.8352,,AKm72|*$AB0224
Kneehills CreekKneehillABopposite mouth of CreekKuHorseshoe Canyonplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-SequoiaAB022451.5001,-112.8352,,AKm72|*$AB0223
TrochuKneehillABA partial skeleton of an ornithomimid,found nearKuHorseshoe Canyon,Scollardvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB022551.8234,-113.2290,,AKm73|$*AB0227
TrochuKneehillABTributary of Red Deer River,NE1/4-10-34-22w4{51.9000,-113.0287}KuScollard,Horseshoe Canyonplants-angiosperms-Vitis(grape)AB022651.9018,-113.0433,NE1/410-34-22w4,AKm72|$*AB0227?
TrochuKneehillABin area badlands near campground and Red Deer RiverKuHorseshoe Canyon,Scollardvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB022751.8234,-113.2290,,AKm73|*$AB0225,AB0226?
BlackfaldsLacombeABAt Mouth of Blindman River 3-2 km E and S to River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})EPPaskapooplantsAB022852.3549,-113.7581,,AKm72|*$AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABAt mouth of Blind Man River-good fossil leavesplants(leaves)AB0467http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt52.3550,-113.7578,,AKm71|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299
BlackfaldsLacombeABE off Hwy 2A 1.6 km E to Blindman River upstream just below a very thin coal seam (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4 {52.3773,-113.7745})EPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB022952.3549,-113.7581,,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABE off Hwy 2A 3.2 km E to Red Deer River just downstream of mouth of Blindman River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})EPPaskapooplants(leaves)AB023052.3549,-113.7581,,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABN side of Red Deer River 2.4 km upstream of mouth of Blindman RiverEPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-Populus(Cottonwood)AB028552.3412,-113.7724,,AKm73|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABOn Blindman River 1.6 km E and S to River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})EPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB023152.3549,-113.7581,,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABin vicinity of junction of Blindman and Red Deer River in river banks in light gray 3-30cm shale layer above 10cm coal seam (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745}},plants seeds in overlying sandstonesEPPaskapooplants(20 taxa)(leaves)(seeds)-angiosperms-Cercidiphyllum(Katsura);ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;(others)AB0232Permit required for collecting52.3549,-113.7581,,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABnear junction of Red River and Blindman RiverEPPaskapooplantsAB029952.3520,-113.7623,,AKm73|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABon Blindman River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})EPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda;;plantsAB023352.3549,-113.7581,,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombe?ABBlindman River above Red Deer River Junction (general area 13-39-27-w4{52.3482,-113.7505})EPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-Rhamnites;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarites;;pteridophyta-OsmundaAB0288Auraucarites originally Cryptomerites52.3520,-113.7623,13-39-27-w4,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
Gull LakeLacombeABalong lake shoreEPPaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB023458.4335,-116.1193,,AKm73|$*AB0235
Gull LakeLacombeABin beach gravelEPPaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB023558.4335,-116.1193,,AKm73|$*AB0234
Joffre BridgeLacombeAB14 km E of Red Deer at Joffre Bridge. Permits required to collect. Rare,unusual specimens must be deposited with the University of Alberta. In calcareous claystone and coals in both banks and in a road cut upstream of the bridgeEPPaskapooinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(8 genera);mollusks;plants(20 species),vertebrates-amphibia(disarticulated),aves(birds)(bones),fish(10 species),mammals,reptiliaAB029852.2707,-113.5739,,AKm73|*$AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0239
Joffre BridgeLacombeAB14 km E of Red Deer. Many quarries. No collecting. (Site is overgrown)EPPaskapooplants,vertebrates-amphibia,fish,mammals,reptilia-dinosauriaAB0237http://www.museums.ualberta.ca/exhibits/joffrebridge/ghthesis.pdf52.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AKm73|*$AB0236,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298
Joffre BridgeLacombeABRed Deer River,in Paleocene sediments.15 meters up river cliff and in area road cutsEPPaskapooinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Amia,Kindleia;Miodon(mooneye),Phareodus;;mammals,reptiliaAB023852.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AKm73|*$AB0236,AB0237,AB0239,AB0298
Joffre BridgeLacombeABRoad cut,excavated by University of Alberta. No collecting. Now overgrownEPPaskapooplants,vertebrates-fish(remains)AB023952.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AKm73|*$AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0298
Joffre BridgeLacombeABplants,vertebrates-fish(remains)AB023652.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AKm73|*$AB0237,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298
DevonLeducABDinosaurs in (roughly 34-50-26-w4{53.3542,-113.7113})KuHorseshoe Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea,ornithischia-ceratopsidae;theropoda-Tyrannosaurus(teeth)AB024053.3577,-113.7234,,AKm73|$*
DevonLeducABin gravel bars in North Saskatchewan River from Devon to Fort Saskatchewan-small amounts of gold as well as fossilsKuHorseshoe Canyonplants(agatized wood)(carbonized wood)(petrified wood)-angiosperms-arecales-palmsAB024153.3709,-113.7197,,AKm73|$*
GeneseeLeducAB72 km from Edmonton on Saskatchewan River in fine grained shale interbedded with coal and clayEPPaskapooplantsAB024353.4234,-114.3382,,AKm73|$*AB0244
GeneseeLeducABOn S. Saskatchewan River,E bankEPPaskapooplantsAB024453.4234,-114.3382,,AKm73|$*AB0243
WetaskiwinLeducAB11 km SW of Falun at Mound Red Park in rocks in gravel pilesEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CampelomaAB024252.8728,-113.3775,,AKm73?|$*
Vermilion FallsLesser Slave RiverABVermilion Falls,Vermilion Chutes area (on Peace River) about 70km downstream from Ft VermillionDMikkwavertebrates-fish(remains)AB0372Location is a guess based on satellite maps58.3708,-114.8700,,AKm73?|$*AB0444
Vermilion FallsLesser Slave River?ABin left bank of Peace River at Vermilion Falls 58d22m26N, 114d52m03W Amoco Loc 14014DMikkwainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0444Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean58.3708,-114.8700,,AKm73?|$*AB0372
Claw CanyonLethbridge?ABIn area badlands-typical exposures Bearpaw Formation -- Cretaceous shales and sandstones varying from 30 to 360 meters in Thickness. It is a marine shale that overlies the Oldman Formation and is overlain by the Horseshoe Canyon Formation. It is found in Montana,Wyoming,Alberta,and SakatchewanKHorseshoe Canyon,Bearpaw,Oldmaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arctica;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Placenticeras;(others)AB0431Can't identify a 'Claw Canyon' in Alberta. The location used is Lethbridge where numerous fossil collections have been made from the Bearpaw shale, but the actual location could be anywhere in Southern Alberta49.6942,-112.8330,Location:Lethbridge.AB,AGl15|$*
LethbridgeLethbridgeABA partial mosasaur skeletonKuBearpaw Shalevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridaeAB024649.6936,-112.8550,,AGm84|$*
NoblefordLethbridgeABNorth and E along base of Scabby ButteKuSt Mary Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae(gar)(scales),Paralbula;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myledaphus;;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Leidyosuchus(teeth);;dinosauria-ornithischia-Pachyrhinosaurus(bones)AB024749.9186,-112.9977,,AKm73|*$AB0249,AB0465
Pothole CreekLethbridgeABSw1/4-34-2-22w4{49.1594,-112.8607}KBlood Reserve Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB024849.1648,-113.1343,Sw1/434-2-22w4,AKm72|$*
Scabby ButteLethbridgeABSmall area of badlands south of Keho Lake,NE of NoblefordKuSt Mary Riververtebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB024949.9186,-112.9977,,AKm73|*$AB0247,AB0465
Scabby ButteLethbridgeABKplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB0465http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt49.9186,-112.9977,,AKm73|*$AB0247,AB0249
Dizzy CreekMackenzieABalong the creekKBlackstone (Canada)vertebrates-fish(remains)AB025059.6169,-117.1528,,AKm73|$*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?AB4.8 km west of juncture of North and South branches on North BranchKuBrazeauplants-angiosperms-DombeyopsisAB025151.5574,-115.1985,,AKm73?|$*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?AB5-8-31-8w5{51.6349,-115.0941}EPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-Celastrinites,Hicoria(pecan),Platanus(sycamore);gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarites,Elatocladus;;pteridophyta-Cladophlebis,OnocleaAB0252Auraucarites originally Cryptomerites51.6403,-115.1086,5-8-31-8w5,AKm72|$*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?ABon South Branch-Typical locality Coleman,AB,at Ma Butte --Cretaceous -- Blackstone (Canada)? -- Typical LocalityKBlackstone (Canada)-AB025351.5344,-115.1944,,AKm73?|*$AB0254,AB0255
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?ABon South ForkKWapiabi-AB0254Type Locality for Wapiabi formation?51.5344,-115.1944,,AKm73?|*$AB0253?,AB0255
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?ABon South ForkKWapiabiinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesAB0255Type Locality. Wapiabi Formation -- Cretaceous shales and siltstones with some concretions. It overlies the Cardium formations and underlies the Brazeau Formation.51.5344,-115.1944,,AKm73?|*$AB0253?,AB0254
North Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?AB4km W on ridge 51d29m30N, 115d28m00sW Amoco Loc 11522DCairninvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0452Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean51.4917,-115.4667,,AKm72|$*
Red Deer RiverMountain ViewAB36km W of Sundre, N Side in sw1/4 14-31-9w5{51.6494,-115.1650}EPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-Celastrinites,Platanus(sycamore)AB000451.6511,-115.1794,sw1/4 14-31-9w5,AKm72|$*
BassanoNewellABon Bow River 12 km SW of townKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Placenticeras(occasional)(large);belemnoideaAB025650.7782,-112.6140,,AKm73|$*
Dinosaur Provincial ParkNewellABAlberta (Cretaceous Upper:Campanian). A mostly complete,meter-long skeleton of a sturgeon (fish) from estuary deposits. A new bonebed,dated as being 250,000 years older than any previously known from Dinosaur Park,AlbertaKuOldman,Dinosaur Parkvertebrates-fish(sturgeon)AB025750.7620,-111.4846,,AKm73|*$AB0258,AB0259
Dinosaur Provincial ParkNewellABNo collecting,access only by guided toursKuDinosaur Park,Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-Albertosaurus,DromaeosaurusAB025850.7620,-111.4846,,AKm73|*$AB0257,AB0259
Dinosaur Provincial ParkNewellABin regional exposures outside the park in clay pebble bedsKuJudith River,Oldmanvertebrates(microfaunas)-fish(teeth)(scales)(bones)-actinopterygii-Acipenser(Sturgeon)(plates),Belonostomus,Lepisosteus(gar),Paralbula;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myledaphus;selachii(sharks)(teeth)(uncommon);;reptilia(teeth)(bones)-crocodilia,dinosauria(small),(others)AB025950.7620,-111.4846,,AHh44|*$AB0257,AB0258
Little Sandhill CreekNewellAB3.2km NE of mouth of creekKBelly River Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-ChirostenotesAB026050.7668,-111.5185,,AKm73|$*AB0261
Little Sandhill CreekNewellABin area badlandsKOldmanvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB026150.7668,-111.5185,,AKm73|$*AB0260
Red Deer RiverNewell?AB8.1 km below Matzhiwin CreekKuOldmanplants-angiosperms-DombeyopsisAB0262Location used is on AB/SK border50.9668,-110.0016,,AKm73|$*
Bosche RangeNorthern Sunrise?AB1.6 km S of Moosehorn Lakes 150 meters below top of rangeDuSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Ptychophyllum?AB019957.4888,-127.0081,,AKm73?|$*
Peace River?Northern Sunrise?ABon Peace River 32 km above mouth of Battle RiverKvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-PtychodusAB0017This locality is questionable: no Battle River enters the Peace River.-HA There is a Battle River in AB that is a tributary of the South Saskatchewan River, but 32km above the mouth would be in West Central Saskatchewan Location used is the town of Peace River,AB56.2354,-117.2914,,AGl15?|$*
CoronationPaintearthABarea exposures ( 13-36-11-w4{52.0865,-111.4365})KuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB026352.0903,-111.4482,13-36-11-w4,AKm72|$*AB0264
CoronationPaintearthABin area exposures ( 13-36-11-w4{52.0865,-111.4365})KuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(abundant)AB026452.0903,-111.4482,13-36-11-w4,AKm72|$*AB0263
Bullmoose MountainPeace?ABCan't identify a Bullmoose Mountain in Alberta. There is a Bullmoose mountain in the Rockies in British Columbia about 50km West of the Alberta borderKlCommotionplantsAB026655.1999,-121.5029,location:Bullmoose Mountain.BC,AGl15?|$*
Peace RiverPeaceAB4 km above town on W side in sw1/4s19t83r21w5{56.2039,-117.3010}KlShaftsburyvertebrates-fish(remains)AB026556.2094,-117.3106,sw1/4s19t83r21w5,AKm72|$*
Peace RiverPeace?ABalong river 1.6 km above mouth of Cadotte RiverKlShaftsburyvertebrates-fish(remains)AB026756.7273,-117.2094,,AKm73|$*
Beaver MinesPincher CreekABNorth at Castle River -- Beaver Mines may be at 6-2-w5{49.4697,-114.1803}KuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams),cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB0268Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,6-2-w5,AHj32|*$AB0269,AB0270,AB0273
Castle RiverPincher CreekABNorth bank between Hell Gate Canyon and cable foot bridgeKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-KlukiaAB0269Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,,AHj33?|*$AB0268,AB0270,AB0273
Castle RiverPincher CreekABin Cliffs upstream from bridge at Lees Lake turnoff from Hwy 3 (Castle River is in vicinity of 27-7-30-w4{49.5842,-113.9791})KuBlackstone (Canada)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PrionotropisAB0270Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,27-7-30-w4,AHj72?|*$AB0268,AB0269,AB0273
ColemanPincher CreekABat Ma Butte (rough 8-4-w5{49.6442,-114.4530}},Typical Locality Cardium Formation -- Cretaceous Sandstones and shales overlying the Blackstone Formation. It lies below the Wapiabi FormationKCardiuminvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesAB0271Lat/lon is at DLS loc. Ma Butte is about 4km N of there49.6461,-114.4895,8-4-w5,AGK73|$*AB0279
CowleyPincher CreekABon Crowsnest River (roughly 7-1-w5{49.5568,-114.0465})J-KKootenay,BlairmoreplantsAB0272Lat Lon is DLS loc, Crowsnest River is 2km N49.5587,-114.0831,7-1-w5,AKm73|$*
Crowsnest PassPincher Creek?ABIn RR cut adjacent to Crowsnest Lake 49d38m04N, 114d38m24WDHawks Nestinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0461Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean49.6344,-114.6400,,AKm72|$*
Lee's LakePincher CreekABin cliffs near bridge over Castle RiverKAlbertainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PrionotropisAB0273Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,,AKm73?|*$AB0268,AB0269,AB0270
LillePincher Creek?ABat Crowsnest PassKBlairmorevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BeryciformesAB0286'Dakota' Fm. in original reference is an obsolete term not used in Canada49.5938,-114.5242,,AKm73|$*
Livingston RangePincher Creek?ABin Oldman River GapJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAB028149.8690,-114.3629,,AKm73|$*
LundbreckPincher CreekABEast on Crowsnest RiverKuBearpaw Shale?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB027449.5833,-114.1686,,AKm73|*$AB0275,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABLongview turnoff from Hwy 3 and E to Crowsnest River valley. In concretions above coal layerKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ArcticaAB027549.5833,-114.1686,,AKm73|*$AB0274,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABN at the Gap in the Livingston RangeM?Livingstone?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-DeltodusAB027649.5833,-114.1686,,AKm73|*$AB0274,AB0275,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABN from Hwy 3 1.6 km E of Lundbreck in Crowsnest river banks-oyster bedsKuBearpaw Shale,St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB027749.5958,-114.1419,,AKm72|*$AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABWestKuBearpaw Shale?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams)AB027849.5833,-114.1686,,AKm73|*$AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0277
Ma ButtePincher CreekABE face of Ma Butte,N of Coleman in the Crowsnest Pass. Type section of Ma Butte FmKlBlairmore,Ma ButteplantsAB027949.7333,-114.5187,,Ahm73|$*AB0271
Pincher CreekPincher CreekABIn cliffs along the creek -- fossils(abundant)K-Einvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks;plantsAB0463http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt49.4860,-113.9483,,AKm73|$*AB0280
Pincher CreekPincher CreekABKuSt Mary Riverplants-(felicites?)AB028049.4860,-113.9483,,AKm73|$*AB0463
Windsor MountainPincher CreekABWindsor MountainClinvertebrates-hyolitha-HyolithesAB0178Also known as Castle Mountain49.2880,-114.2276,,AKm73|$*
PonokaPonokaAB2.4 km E on Hwy53. 30 meters N of road near grove of treesEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CampelomaAB028252.6697,-113.5341,,AKm73|$*
PonokaPonokaAB9.6 km E at crossroad in extensive reefEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Turritella(agatized)AB028352.6672,-113.4297,,AKm73|$*
PonokaPonokaABto EK-EPScollard,Paskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB028452.6714,-113.4956,,AKm73|$*
Porcupine HillsRanchlandABK-EPWillow Creek-AB0287Type exposure49.9168,-114.0019,,AKm73|$*
BlackfaldsRed DeerABat Junction of Blindman and Red Deer Rivers(leaves) above coal layer about 10 meters above river level (general area 13-39-27-w4{52.3482,-113.7505))EPPaskapooinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-anisoptera(dragonflylarva),coleoptera,diptera-Pseudolimnophila;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;;;plants-angiosperms-Cercidiphyllum,Eucommia,Platanus(Sycamore),sequoioidae-Metasequoia;Viburnum,Zingiberopsis;ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;pteridophyta-Dennstaedtia,Osmunda;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Amia(scales);;;mammals(bones)AB0289A 'Chaitoptelea' was initially entered, but can't identify it or a plausible mispelling52.3520,-113.7623,13-39-27-w4,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsRed DeerABseveral locations (general area 13-39-27-w4{52.3482,-113.7505})EPPaskapoovertebrates(diverse)-amphibia(bones),mammals-primates(bones);reptilia(bones)AB029052.3520,-113.7623,13-39-27-w4,AKm72|*$AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0299,AB0467
ElnoraRed DeerAB20.8km NEKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-LeptoceratopsAB029152.1208,-113.0164,,ALn83|$*
Erickson's LandingRed DeerABAbout 32km (downstream) NE of Red Deer, 30 meters above Red Deer River associated with shells and coalKuvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia(vertebrae)AB0292http://paleo.amnh.org/reports/1910.html,The American journal of science, Volumes 189-19052.2387,-113.4599,,AKm73|$*AB0469
Erickson's LandingRed DeerABAbout 32km (downstream) NE of Red Deer, In sandstone blocks associated with large slide in riverbank cliffsKuinvertebrates,vertebrates-mammalsAB0469http://paleo.amnh.org/reports/1910.html,The American journal of science, Volumes 189-19052.2387,-113.4599,,AKm73|$*AB0292
Red DeerRed DeerAB1.6 km W on right bank of riverEPPaskapoovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-KindleiaAB029752.2671,-113.8304,,AKm73|*$AB0300
Red DeerRed DeerABon Red deer River in SE1/4 18-38-27w4{52.2593,-113.8380}EPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-ViburnumAB030052.2593,-113.8380,18-38-27w4,AKm72|*$AB0297
Red Deer RiverRed DeerABalong river and especially around 16-33-22w4{51.8254,-113.0553},24-34-22w4{51.9273,-113.0316},30-34-21w4{51.9418,-112.9607} (Sternberg)KuScollardvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-theropoda-Tyrannosaurus;TriceratopsAB000551.9455,-112.9723,30-34-21w4,AKm72|*$AB0362
Red Deer RiverRed DeerABat various levels in Cretaceous exposuresKBelly River Group,Edmonton Group,Oldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Acipenser(sturgeon)AB000651.9455,-112.9723,,AHh44|$*AB0003
Red Deer RiverRed DeerABKuOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BelonostomusAB000351.9455,-112.9723,,AKm73|$*AB0006
Red River?Red Deer?ABThis is Red Deer River? Location used is Red Deer,ABKuOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BelonostomusAB039952.2706,-113.8245,,AGl84|$*
Burn's Coal MineRocky View?AB800 meters EJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OxytomaAB0219Apparently located in Sheep River Valley E of Mt Burnshttp://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?Peakname=Mount+Burns50.6482,-114.8270,location:Mt Burns 2kmE.AB,AKm73?|$*
Canyon Creek (Moose Mountain area)Rocky ViewABJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-HarpocerasAB0210There are several Canyon Creeks in Albertahttp://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?Peakname=moose+mountain50.9344,-114.8284,Location:Moose Mountain 1km SE.AB,AKm73|$*
CochraneRocky ViewAB1.5 km E in large RR cutEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks(non_marine);vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia(vertebrae)AB030151.1885,-114.4425,,AKm73|$*AB0303
CochraneRocky ViewABSW on left bank of Bow River S4T26r4w5{51.1850,-114.4931})EPPaskapoovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-KindleiaAB030251.1850,-114.4931,S4T26r4w5,AKm72|*$
CochraneRocky ViewABon Bow RiverEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB030351.1885,-114.4425,,AKm73|$*AB0301
End MountainRocky View?ABon NE Spur in upper breccia S5T26NR9W (PLSS loc is 48.9918,-111.1027 2km ENE of Brigham Lake, MT, but this is probably DLS without the meridian 5? {51.1852,-115.2138})DmGhost Riververtebrates-fish-arthrodira-Coccosteus;placodermi-antiarcha-BothriolepisAB021151.1852,-115.2137,5-26-9-W5,AKm73?|$*
Jura CreekRocky ViewAB1.6 km up fan and Canyon from Lime Plant roadDu-MPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Chaetetes;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidaeAB021251.0668,-115.1520,,AKm73|$*
Kananaskis ParkRocky ViewABOn Highway 40[42?] at Ribbon CreekJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Chondroceras,KeppleritesAB0213Lat Lon (where did they come from?) are on Hwy 782 in Bragg Creek]50.9467,-114.5716,,AKm73?|*$
Kananaskis RiverRocky ViewABJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-TelocerasAB021451.1001,-115.0687,,AHh44|$*
Moose MountainRocky ViewABOn hill about 2 km past closure gate on Canyon Creek Road N from Hwy 66MBanff,Rundleinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea(good),crinoidsAB029550.9334,-114.8353,,AKm73|$*AB0296
Moose MountainRocky ViewABtype exposure Rundle Formation -- Mississippian Interbedded dark and light grey limestones with some chert. It is capped by Pennsylvanian rocks of the Rocky Mountain Formation.MBanffinvertebrates-brachiopoda(fragments),echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AB0296This locality info is confused. Banff Fm. is well exposed and fossiliferous at Moose Mountain,but is older,than the Rundle. The 'type exposure' of the Rundle Group is on Mt. Rundle at Banff Park,NOT Moose Mountain. There is no Pennsylvanian Rocky Mountain Formation50.9334,-114.8353,,AKm73|$*AB0295
Moose MountainRocky ViewABDuPalliser-AB0294type exposure. Probably incorrect: the Palliser is NOT exposed at Moose Mountain; the type exposure of the Palliser Fm. is at Mount Rundle in Banff Park50.9334,-114.8353,,AKm73?|$*
Moose MountainRocky ViewABKBlackstone (Canada)-AB0293Type Locality (This is NOT the type locality of the Blackstone Formation: type locality is Blackstone Creek,north of Nordegg. There is no Blackstone exposed on Moose Mountain per se,but there is in the valleys to the east and west.)50.9334,-114.8353,,AKm73|$*
Mount McDougallRocky View?ABOn Eastern flank 50d53m39N, 115d02m37W Amoco Loc 11520DCairninvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0453Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean50.8942,-115.0436,,AKm72|$*
Nihahi RidgeRocky ViewABAt several locations on Nihahi Ridge Trail in Little Elbow Creek Campground on Hwy 66MBanff,Rundleinvertebrates-bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(smallteeth)AB0216[lat lan is on a ridge about 4km W of the campground]50.8334,-114.9187,,AKm73?|$*
Ribbon CreekRocky View?ABOn Hwy 42,400 meters from of old slate quarry. No Collecting (I may have merged two different sites here)JFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoideaAB022150.9334,-115.1353,,AKm73|$*AB0220
Ribbon CreekRocky View?ABJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoideaAB022050.9334,-115.1353,,AKm73|$*AB0221
SeebeRocky ViewABin old open pit mine-molds in black shaleKuWapiabiinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesAB021851.0959,-115.0549,,AKm73|$*
WaiparousRocky ViewABAt Creek on W side of North Branch of Ghost RiverDmYahatindaplantsAB030451.2963,-114.8643,,AKm73?|$*
WatinoSmoky RiverABSouth on Smoky RiverKuKaskapauinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB030555.6824,-117.6880,,AKm73?|$*
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2AB3.2 km SW of mouth of CreekKBelly River Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-MacrophalangiaAB030650.8300,-111.8206,,AKm73?|$*
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABNear Red Deer RiverKBelly River Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-StegocerasAB030750.8703,-111.8020,,AKm73|*$AB0308,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABRed Deer River at and below mouth of Berry CreekKOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;dinosauria(bones)-theropoda-Stenonychosaurus(teeth);;turtles-PlesiobaenaAB030850.8703,-111.8020,,AKm73|*$AB0307,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABat Carolside Dam during low water periods 40 km E (S?) of Hanna on (not really) Hwy 36 (maybe at 16-26-12-w4{51.2143,111.6127} )KuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams),cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesAB030951.2538,-111.6359,16-26-12-w4,AKm73|$*
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABin various locations 90-150 meters above base of Bearpaw Formation 30-5-w4{49.4065,-110.5274},11-27-12w4{51.2869,-111.5786},20-29-11w4{51.4907,-111.5082},sw1/4,20-21-11w4{51.6635,-111.5230}KBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB031050.8703,-111.8020,,AKm73|*$AB0307,AB0308,AB0321,AB0322
Bullpound CreekSpecial Area 2?AB3.2 km W of Hwy36 32 km N of Red Deer River Bridge. There may be more than one Bullpound Creek in Alberta. Somehow an unconvertable DLS of 25-24-15-w5 and location of 51.0735,-115.9709 in Banff County has gotten into my notesKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB0028Same as AB0027,AB0029. 3.2km W of Hwy36, 32km N of Red Deer River Bridge would be someplace near 51.1772,-111.877351.0668,-111.9685,,AHh44?|*$AB0027,AB0029
Bullpound CreekSpecial Area 2?ABThere may be more than one Bullpound Creek in Alberta. Somehow an unconvertable DLS of 25-24-15-w5 and location of 51.0735,-115.9709 in Banff County has gotten into my notesKBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB0027This locality was also visited by H. Allen (see Pollockville),also a small,grassy valley with no exposed Formation. Very questionable. See AB0028,AB002951.0668,-111.9685,,AHh44?|*$AB0028,AB0029
Bullpound CreekSpecial Area 2?ABThere may be more than one Bullpound Creek in Alberta. Somehow an unconvertable DLS of 25-24-15-w5 and location of 51.0735,-115.9709 in Banff County has gotten into my notes. Same description as AB0027,AB0028.Kinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB002951.0668,-111.9685,,AHh44?|*$AB0027,AB0028
Dinosaur Provincial ParkSpecial Area 2ABUNESCO World Heritage Site. Cretacous fossils in badlands. Some exhibits at visitor center. No CollectingKuOldman,Dinosaur Park,Bearpawplants-(ferns),(conifers),Ginkgo,Cercidiphyllum,Platanus,Pistia,(others);,Invertebrates-aves(birds),fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks),(rays);;Myledaphus;(paddlefish),(bowfins),(gars),(teleosts);amphibia-(frogs),(salamanders),albanerpetontidae;reptilia-chelonia,crocodilia,dinosauria-Ceratopsia-Leptoceratops,Centrosaurus,Coronosaurus,Styracosaurus,Pachyrhinosaurus,Chasmosaurus,Vagaceratops;Hadrosauridae-Corythosaurus,Gryposaurus,Lambeosaurus,Prosaurolophus,Parasaurolophus;Ankylosauria-Panoplosaurus,Edmontonia,Euoplocephalus;Hypsilophodontidae-Orodromeus;Pachycephalosauria-Stegoceras;Tyrannosauridae-Daspletosaurus,Gorgosaurus;Ornithomimidae-Ornithomimus,Struthiomimus;Caenagnathidae-Chirostenotes;Dromaeosauridae-Dromaeosaurus,Saurornitholestes,Hesperonychus;Troodontidae-Troodon;;squamata-Champsosaurus,Palaeosaniwa;;mammaliaAB0476,AB0484https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinosaur_Provincial_Park50.7616,-111.485,,AKm72|,
PollockvilleSpecial Area 2AB8 km N then 4 km W in creek bed (see Berry Creek) creekKuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB031151.1675,-111.6613,,AKm73?|$*AB0312
PollockvilleSpecial Area 2ABNWKBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB0312Note: this location is bogus. Visited by H. Allen in late 1970s,locality is a shallow,grassy valley with no visible exposure. May refer to cobbles or pebbles in creek bed. 'Cretaceous brachiopods',though possible,is very unlikely in this area51.1675,-111.6613,,AKm73?|$*AB0311
Sand CreekSpecial Area 2ABArea exposures along Sand Creek and in Red River banks 19.2 km below Steveville near mouth of Sand Creek (In Dinosaur Provincial Park-No Collecting)KOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;crocodilia,dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Corythosaurus,Hypacrosaurus,Procheneosaurus,Trachodon;Kritosaurus,ornithischia-ceratopsidae-Centrosaurus;Lambeosaurus,Monoclonius,nodosauridae-Euoplocephalus;Styracosaurus,;(skin_impressions),Stegoceras,theropoda-Albertosaurus,Dromaeosaurus,Struthiomimus;(unidentifiedtaxa?),(others?)AB0313The Oldman (or Old Man) formation is the Canadian equivalent of the Judith River Formation in the US. The fauna of these formations is very broad. The genera listed here are a sampling50.7523,-111.4141,,AKm73?|$*AB0316
StapletonSpecial Area 2AB48 km below StevevilleKOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-MonocloniusAB0314Can't locate Stapleton or any reference to it,but Steveville Ferry is in the present Dinosaur Provincial Park. Lat lon used is about 10km NW of Buffalo,AB50.9126,-111.0718,,AKm73?|$*
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABIn Dinosaur Provincial Park--no collectingKuDinosaur Parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-ChimaerothecaAB031550.8334,-111.6185,,AKm73|$*AB0317
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABNear Mouth of Sand Creek 16-20km N of StevevilleKBelly River Groupvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Belonostomus;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB031616-20km N of Steveville seems unlikely. There is a Sand Creek in Alberta, but nowhere near Special Area 2. Assumed this is the same location as AB031350.7523,-111.4141,,AKm73?|$*AB0313
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABOn Red Deer River 3.2 km S of Sand CreekKuDunveganplants-angiosperms-Artocarpus,sequoioidae-SequoiaAB0318Location is a guess based on another guess at the location of AB031350.7590,-111.4508,,AKm73?|$*
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABOn Red Deer RiverKuDinosaur Park,Oldmanplants-angiosperms-MenispermitesAB031750.8334,-111.6185,,AKm73|$*AB0315
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABRR GradeKJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtlesAB031950.8378,-111.5979,,AKm73|$*
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABRed Deer River banks 1.6-5.6 km below StevevilleKOldmanvertebrates-amphibia-Scapherpeton;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Leidyosuchus;;dinosauria-ornithischia-nodosauridae-Euoplocephalus;Ornatotholus;theropoda-Dromiceiomimus,StruthiomimusAB0320E (N) bank is in modern Dinosaur Provincial Park--No Collecting50.8049,-111.5957,,AKm73|$*
Red Deer RiverSpecial Area 4?ABbelow Berry CreekKOldmanvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB032150.8703,-111.8020,,AKm73|*$AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0322
Red Deer RiverSpecial Area 4?ABbelow mouth of Berry CreekKuBelly River Groupvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-LepisosteusAB032250.8703,-111.8020,,AKm73|*$AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0321
Tolman BridgeSpecial Area 4?AB4.8 km N 107 Meters above water level on E side of Red Deer RiverKEdmonton,Scollardvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-PalaeospinaxAB032351.8765,-113.0260,,AKm73|*$AB0332,AB0333
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB11.2km belowKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Edmontosaurus,hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-ceratopsidae-Anchiceratops;;theropoda-StruthiomimusAB032451.7500,-112.9573,,AKm73|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB12.8km belowKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-Monoclonius;;plesiosauria-LeurospondylusAB032551.7347,-112.9498,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB16km below in quarries on both banksKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus?;ornithischia-Monoclonius,nodosauridae-EuoplocephalusAB032651.7189,-112.9374,,AKm73|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB18.4km belowKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB032751.6862,-112.9223,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB2.4km above in quarries on both banksKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-ankylosauria-Ankylosaurus;nodosauridae-EuoplocephalusAB032851.8676,-113.0359,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB25.6-27.2km belowKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Hadrosaurus?,Hypacrosaurus?AB032951.6231,-112.8873,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB3.1km aboveKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-hadrosauroidea-HypacrosaurusAB033051.8745,-113.0297,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB3.1km below in quarries on both banksKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(abundant)(bones)-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-nodosauridae-Euoplocephalus;;theropoda-AlbertosaurusAB033151.8044,-112.9786,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB4.8km above in quarries on both banksKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-LeptoceratopsAB033251.8765,-113.0260,,AKm73|*$AB0323,AB0333
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB4.8km belowKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-SaurolophusAB033351.8765,-113.0260,,AKm73|*$AB0323,AB0332
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB5.6km below in quarries on both banksKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;Leptoceratops?,ornithischia-ankylosauria-Ankylosaurus;nodosauridae-EuoplocephalusAB033451.7942,-112.9772,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB6.2km aboveKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-HypacrosaurusAB033551.8854,-113.0239,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB8km aboveKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB033651.9070,-113.0088,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB8km belowKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Hypacrosaurus?,SaurolophusAB033751.7649,-112.9635,,AKm72|$*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?ABnearKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-Anatosaurus?,AnatotitanAB033851.8371,-113.0219,location:Tolman Bridge.AB,AKm73|$*
DrumhellerStarlandABE side of Red Deer River 20 km below Drumheller in East CouleeKuHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;plants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-Sequoia(cones);;(petrified wood)AB034151.3851,-112.5233,,AKm73?|*$AB0344,AB0348,AB0352
DrumhellerStarlandABNear Ghost Pine Creek four creek crossings upstream from third bridge on dinosaur trail from Drumheller in recess in hills. May possibly refer to the unincorporated community of Ghost Pine Creek on AB583 at 51.7078,-113.5761(about 40km WNW of Drumheller)KuHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB034251.7228,-112.9882,,AKm73?|$*
DrumhellerStarlandABarea exposuresKuHorseshoe Canyonplants(petrified wood)AB034351.4597,-112.7110,,AHh44|$*AB0349
DrumhellerStarlandABat East Coulee CreekKHorseshoe Canyon-AB0344type locality51.3851,-112.5233,,AKm73?|*$AB0341,AB0348,AB0352
DrumhellerStarlandABat Horseshoe CanyonKEdmonton Group?AB034651.4860,-112.7220,,AKm73|*$AB0339,AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0361
DrumhellerStarlandABat Horseshoe CanyonKHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAB0347type locality Whitebud Formation -- Cretaceous sandstones,clays,lignite and coal. It overlies the Horseshoe Canyon Formation and is overlain by the Battle Formation. It is a member of the Edmonton Group. Fossils include bivalves,mollusks-gastropoda51.4860,-112.7220,,AKm73|*$AB0339,AB0340,AB0345,AB0346,AB0361
DrumhellerStarlandABat Willow CreekKHorseshoe Canyon-AB0348type locality51.3804,-112.5386,,AKm73|*$AB0341,AB0344,AB0352
DrumhellerStarlandABin area badlandsKuHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood)(fragments);vertebrates(bones)(fragments)AB034951.4597,-112.7110,,AHh44|$*AB0343
DrumhellerStarlandABon forks of Michichi Creek (May be the same locality as 'Horseshoe Canyon')KuHorseshoe CanyonplantsAB035051.4790,-112.7119,,AKm73|$*
DrumhellerStarlandABpast airport in couleeKuHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;gastropoda;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Pinus(cones);;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(teeth)AB035151.5082,-112.7477,,AKm72|$*
DrumhellerStarlandABKHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB0339type locality. Horseshoe Canyon Formation -- Cretaceous sandstones,clays,lignite and coal. It overlies the Bearpaw Formation and is overlain by the Whitemud Formation. It is a member of the Edmonton Group. Fossils include dinosaurs,mollusks-bivalvia51.4860,-112.7220,,AKm73|*$AB0340,AB0345,AB0346,AB0347,AB0361
East CouleeStarlandABin area hoodoos and at Willow Creek (East Coulee is a defunct coal mining town about 16km E of Drumheller)KuHorseshoe Canyon,Drumheller Marine Tongueinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB035251.3851,-112.5233,,AKm73?|*$AB0341,AB0344,AB0348
Horseshoe CanyonStarlandABAt Horseshoe Canyon. Type locality Blood Reserve Formation --Cretaceous Grey Cretaceous sandstones,laterally equivalent to the Horseshoe Canyon Formation. It overlies the Bearpaw Formation and is overlain by the St Mary's River FormationKBlood Reserve Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(uncommon)AB034051.4860,-112.7220,,AKm73|*$AB0339,AB0345,AB0346,AB0347,AB0361
Horseshoe CanyonStarlandABat Horseshoe Canyon 17km W of DrumhellerKBattle (Canada)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAB0345type locality Battle Formation -- Cretaceous sandstones,clays,lignite and coal. It overlies the Whitemud Formation and is overlain by the Willow Creek Formation. It is a member of the Edmonton Group. Fossils include bivalves,mollusks-gastropoda;(others)51.4860,-112.7220,,AKm73|*$AB0339,AB0340,AB0346,AB0347,AB0361
Horseshoe CanyonStarland?ABin coulee in N part of canyon visible from parking lot. About 1 hr walk up creek near oyster bed in creekKuHorseshoe Canyon,Drumheller Marine Tonguevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB0361There are two Horseshoe Canyons in Alberta -- one in Kneehill Cy one in Badlands/Starland51.4860,-112.7220,,AKm73|*$AB0339,AB0340,AB0345,AB0346,AB0347
MunsonStarlandABat base of cliffs near ferry crossing (This would be the Bleriot Ferry on the Red Deer River?)KuHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-EdmontosaurusAB035351.5731,-112.8848,,AKm73|*$AB0354,AB0355,AB0356
MunsonStarlandABat ferry-bridge crossing of Red Deer River at base of cliffsKuHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB035451.5731,-112.8848,,AKm73|*$AB0353,AB0355?,AB0356
MunsonStarlandABto N on W bank of Red Deer River(Doesn't seem to make sense. Loc used is the Bleriot Ferry W of Munson)KuHorseshoe Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB035551.5731,-112.8848,,AKm73|*$AB0353,AB0354,AB0356
Munson-Bleriot FerryStarlandABbadlands of Red Deer RiverKuHorseshoe Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB035651.5731,-112.8848,,AKm73|*$AB0353,AB0354,AB0355?
RumseyStarlandABNW in SE1/4s31t34r21w4{51.9546,-112.9578} 6 meters above upper coal seamKEdmontonvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia;BelonostomusAB035751.9546,-112.9578,SE1/4s31t34r21w4,AKm72|$*AB0358
RumseyStarlandABSE1/4S31T34R21W4{51.9546,-112.9578} at Jordan's Local 6 meters above coal bedKEdmontonvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB035851.9546,-112.9578,SE1/4S31T34R21W4,AKm72|$*AB0357
RumseyStarlandABin badlands extending 13 km W and eastward to the Chain lakes(rather a large area. Location used is Rumsey,AB)KuScollard,Horseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams)-Ostrea;gastropoda;;plants-ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;(petrified wood),(seeds);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB035951.8430,-112.8383,,AHj44|$*
Rumsey FerryStarlandAB1km from Red River,E of RoadKEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ThescelosaurusAB036051.8375,-112.9992,,AKm73|$*
NevisStettlerAB4km NW (on Tail Creek?) NE1/4-10-34-22w4{51.8964,-113.0287}. Nevis,AB is about 30km N of this DLS location which is in the Red River badlands W of Rumsey. Location used is a small valley 4km NW of Nevis. Either location is plausibleKuEdmonton Groupplants-angiosperms-Vitis(grapes)AB001552.3796,-113.0617,,AKm73?|$*
Red Deer RiverStettlerABIn area exposures opposite the mouth of Big Valley (This would appear to be at Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park)KEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Hadrosaurus,Hypacrosaurus;ornithischia-ceratopsidae-Centrosaurus;;theropoda-Albertosaurus,Dromiceiomimus;;turtlesAB036251.9413,-112.9669,,AKm73|*$AB0005
Adanac MineSturgeonABin area of Carbondale River in several formations (Near Carbondale which is at 8-55-24-w4{53.7325,-113.5241})J-KFernie,Blackstone (Canada)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoidea;;;plants(wood)AB036353.7455,-113.5231,,AHh44|*$AB0364,AB0365,AB0366
CarbondaleSturgeonABOn Adanac strip mine road (Carbondale is at 8-44-24-w4{52.7725,-113.4418})JFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-KeppleritesAB036453.7455,-113.5231,,AHh44|*$AB0363,AB0365,AB0366
CarbondaleSturgeonABnear Adanac Strip Mine (Carbondale is at 8-55-24-w4{53.7325,-113.5241} )JFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAB036553.7455,-113.5231,,AHh44|*$AB0363,AB0364,AB0366
Carbondale RiverSturgeon?ABJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-BuchiaAB036653.7455,-113.5231,,AHh44|*$AB0363,AB0364,AB0365
Gibbens(JurassicForest)SturgeonAB2-23210 Township Road 564, Gibbons Alberta, Forest preseve with dinosaur models. Admission feeAB0482,AB0490https://www.jurassicforest.com/53.8637,-113.3312,,AKm72|,
Battle RiverVermilion RiverABS of Ma-Me-O BeachEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda,(shells)AB036752.8907,-113.9735,,AKm73|$*
Battle RiverVermilion RiverABin banks of River 16 km N of Edgerton turnoff from Hwy14KuBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB036853.0420,-110.5046,,AKm73|$*
VulcanVulcanABat Travers reservoir across lake from Little Bow ParkKBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB037450.2217,-112.9309,,AKm72|$*
EdgertonWainwrightABN on Battle River. Note: this locality is questionable Rocks exposed in this area belong to Belly River Group,which is almost entirely non-marine. Brachiopods are unlikely. May be brackish-water clams,ect. misidentified as brachiopods. ( 1-44-4-w4{52.7577,-110.4426} )KuBelly River Groupinvertebrates-brachiopoda(?)AB037552.9652,-110.4593,,AKm73?|$*
BlairmoreWarnerAB3.2 km S at Lyon CreekKlKootenayplantsAB037649.5617,-114.4099,,AKm73?|$*
BlairmoreWarnerABOn lower part of York Creek W of BlairmoreKlBlairmoreplantsAB037949.6272,-114.4703,,AGl83?|$*
BlairmoreWarnerABin shale quarry in Green bedsJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB038149.6075,-114.4355,,AKm73|$*
Crowsnest LakeWarner?ABLimestone quarry near campground at N endMRundleinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;porifera(sponges);protists-foramsAB038649.6333,-114.6353,,AKm73|$*
Crowsnest RiverWarner?ABE bank Hwy 3 to Cowley N 1.6 km 1.6 km E. 2.4 km N and W to river (Directions don't match maps especially well)EPWillow CreekplantsAB038749.5981,-114.0410,,AHm72?|$*
Grassy MountainWarnerABN of Blairmore at Grassy MountainJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Corbula,Cucullaea,Inoceramus,Lima,Ostrea,Oxytoma,PleuromyaAB037849.7000,-114.4187,,AGl83|*$AB0215,AB0377,AB0380
Grassy MountainWarnerABN of Blairmore at Grassy MountainJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Kepplerites,Paracephalites,WarrenocerasAB037749.700,-114.4187,,AGl73|*$AB0215,AB0378,AB0380
Grassy MountainWarner?ABat Grassy Mountain in Calcareous member of Blairmore formationJBlairmoreinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAB0215Type Locality Cretaceous sandstones with a persistent Limestone bed in Middle of Formation. Fossils are mostly gastropoda and bivalves forming coquinas in some places. ostracoda [Originally 'Mt Allan(Nakiska)' which is at 50.958102,-115.225124 near Canmore,AB]http://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?Peakname=grassy+mountain49.7000,-114.4187,,AKm73|*$AB0377,AB0378,AB0380
Grassy MoutainWarnerABat Grassy Mountain,Kootenay Formation -Jurassic sandstones,shales and,In some areas,coals capped by a cherty conglomerateJKootenayplants-angiosperms-dicotyledonae-Sapindopsis;;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Torreya;Sagenopteris?;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-Nilssonia(?);(ferns)AB0380Sagenopteris originally Agenopteris which seems always to be a typo49.7000,-114.4187,,AGl73|*$AB0215,AB0377,AB0378
Halfbreed CreekWarner?ABIn sandstone beds and thin conglomerate band along creekKuPakowkivertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);;reptilia-turtlesAB038849.1476,-111.3080,,AKm73|$*AB0391
Milford Siding[?]Warner?AB1.6 km E in CPR RR cutKuBow Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-KindleiaAB0434The only Milford I have been able to locate in Alberta is an early 20th century Hutterite Colony in Raymond SE of Lethbridge. This looks to be a plausible location for a Cretaceous site, but RR sidings are sometimes named, and not always for the town they are in. Might be locatable by researching CPR trackage49.4668,-112.6614,Location:Raymond.AB,AGl15?|$*
Milk RiverWarner?ABon Halfbreed (Breed) Creek in thin conglomerate layer in red sandstoneKPakowkivertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-turtles(fragments)AB0391same as AB0388?49.1476,-111.3080,,AKm73|$*AB0388
Milk RiverWarner?ABKJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtles-BasilemysAB0389Location is the town of Milk River,but this may refer to the river itself49.1488,-112.0871,,AHh44|$*
Verdigris CouleeWarnerABAquila Formation - 29 km E of Milk River. Verdigris Coulee,Cretaceous Mammal Reference LocationKuMilk Riververtebrates-mammalsAB0384This site is Milk River Formation; there is no 'Aquila Formation' in Alberta. May be a confused reference to 'Eagle Formation' of Montana,which is equivalent to Milk River. 'Aquila'=~'Eagle'49.1179,-111.7612,,AHh44?|$*
Verdigris CouleeWarnerABNE1/4,2-3-15w4{49.1773,-111.9114}KuMilk Riverplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-GeinitziaAB038549.1773,-111.9114,NE1/4;2-3-15w4,AKm72|$*
WarnerWarnerABDevil's Coulee Dinosaur and Heritage Museum -- Open May-early Sep. Has site toursK?vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria?AB0470See web site for hours and feeshttp://www.devilscoulee.com49.2823,-112.2026,,AGl71|$*AB0390
WarnerWarner?ABin Devil's Coulee,near Warner (exact locality kept secret)KuForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea(eggs)AB0390Not entirely clear where Devil's Coulee is, much less the secret location49.2823,-112.2026,,AKm73?|$*AB0470
Warner(DevilsCouleeMuseum)WarnerABMuseum with fossil site tours. Division No. 2, AB T0K 2L0, Canada 7QJW+WM Warner, Alberta, Canada, Phone: 403-642-2118, Admission Fee. Displays. Some hands on. Open in Summer (May-Sep) only--closed for 2020 seasonAB0481,AB0489http://www.devilscoulee.com/49.2822,-112.2032,,AKm71|,
Pigeon LakeWetaskiwinABW of WetaskiwinEPPaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB039253.0297,-114.0628,,AKm73|$*
Rosebud Creek ValleyWheatlandAB10 km S of Tyrrell MuseumKuHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(teeth)AB039351.3461,-112.7664,,AKm72|$*
Cripple CreekWillow CreekABnear BC borderKuDunveganplants-angiosperms-Liriodendron(tulip tree)AB0099There are Cripple Creek listings for both Cypress and Willow Creek counties,Liriodendron is a tulip-tree. location:Claresholm, AB50.0324,-113.5822,,AHh44|$*
PulteneyWillow CreekAB6km W on Willow Creek? in SW1/4-1-13-28w4{49.1743,-113.6400}TWillow Creekplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AndrovettiaAB00166km W of Pulteney would be around 50.0790,-113.7030)50.0503,-113.7062,SW1/4-1-13-28w4,AKm73?|$*AB0396
Waterton RiverWillow CreekABKuSt Mary Riverplants-angiosperms-NymphaeitesAB039449.5333,-113.2686,SW1/4-1-13-28w4,AKm72?|$*
Willow CreekWillow CreekABsw1/4 1-13-28 w4{49.1743,-113.6400}EPWillow Creekplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AndrovettiaAB039649.1743,-113.6400,sw1/4 1-13-28 w4,AKm72|$*AB0016
Willow CreekWillow CreekABEPWillow Creekvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia;LepisosteusAB039551.3834,-112.5352,,AKm73|$*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABat km 101.6Dm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-CyrtinaAB0401Assume this is 101.6km downstream from Fort McMurray57.5689,-111.5002,,AKm73?|$*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABat km 91.5 (downstream from Fort McMurray?)Dm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-PugnoidesAB040257.5099,-111.5360,,AKm73?|$*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABfrom Muskeg Creek S1T66R23W4{54.6776,-113.3372}KuLa Bichevertebrates-fish(remains)AB040354.6776,-113.3372,S1T66R23W4,AKm73|$*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABin East Bank at km 43 (downstream from Fort McMurray?)Dm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-StropheodontaAB040457.0366,-111.5250,,AKm73?|$*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABin West Bank at km 57.5(downstream from Fort McMurray?)Dm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-EleutherokommaAB040557.2211,-111.6431,,AKm73?|$*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABse1/4s19t80r17w4 {55.9407,-112.6420} in sand and shale nodulesKPelicanvertebrates-fish(remains)AB040655.9407,-112.6420,se1/4s19t80r17w4,AKm73|$*
Boyer RapidsWood Buffalo?ABat gypsum cliffs on N bank in green shale 1.8 km ENE of E end of island below Boyer Rapids (on Peace River) about 70km (closer to 200km?) downstream from Ft VermillionDm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Eleutherokomma,Ladogiodes,LeiorhynchusAB0373Ladiogiodes originally Ladogioides59.1847,-112.6263,,AHh44?|$*
Clearwater RiverWood BuffaloABin N bank 11.8 km (air distance) -above Christina RiverDm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-SpinocyrtiaAB0096This would presumably be the Clearwater River in NorthEast Alberta rather than the river of the same name that flows out of the rockies and joins the North Saskatchewan River at Rocky Mountain House56.7188,-110.2368,,AHh44?|$*
Fort McMurrayWood BuffaloABin North Bank of Athabasca River at Moberly Rapids 17-89-9-w4{56.7134,-111.3911} is location of Moberly RapidsDm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-StropheodontaAB039756.7190,-111.4085,17-89-9-w4;17-89-9-w4,AKm73|$*
La ButteWood BuffaloABon West bank of Slave River close to the mouth of Murdock Creek in LimestoneDmLa Butteinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitidaAB0398'La Butte Member' must be an informal term,as it does not appear in latest edition of Lexicon of Western Canadian Stratigraphy. There is a La Butte Creek that enters Slave River at 59.4224,-111.436459.4224,-111.4364,,AGl74?|$*
Peace RiverWood Buffalo?AB118N16W[?] near creek entering from left bankKuDunveganplants-angiosperms-AraliaephyllumAB0436Location118N16W? - Dominion Land Survey location? 18-118-16-W4 {59.2435, -112.7118} would be on Peace River near center of Wood Buffalo National Park59.2435,-112.7118,location:DLS:18-118-16-W4,AKm72|$*
Tar IslandWood Buffalo?ABOpposite Tar Is in Athabasca River at km 35.6Dm-DuWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AthyrisAB0400The Athabasca River flows through Athabasca,Wood Buffalo,and Banff Counties56.9659,-111.4580,,AKm72?|$*
Carson CreekWoodlandsAB54.2304346,-115.81702586,36-60-13-w5{Not Resolvable} roughlyJ-KNikanassinplants-pteridophyta-ConiopterisAB040754.2367,-115.8072,,AKm73|$*
Fort AssiniboineWoodlandsAB6.4 km W off Hwy13(33?) 7.2 km W then 2.4 km S in ironstone band in river banks to E S1T62R6W4{54.3279,-110.7585}(w5 maybe?)KuWapitivertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB040854.3229,-114.9554,,AKm73|$*AB0409
Fort AssiniboineWoodlandsABW on Athabasca RiverKuWapitivertebrates(bones)AB040954.3229,-114.9554,,AKm73|$*AB0408
WhitecourtWoodlandsABE on Athabasca RiverKuWapitivertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB041054.1689,-115.6517,,AKm73?|$*AB0411
WhitecourtWoodlandsABon N side of Athabasca River and to EKuWapitivertebrates(bones)AB041154.1689,-115.6517,,AKm73?|$*AB0410
Boule RangeYellowheadAB3.2 km NW of Mt KephalaDuSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-SyringoporaAB016753.3805,-118.0804,,AKm73|$*
Brule CoalfieldYellowheadABKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB020153.2854,-117.8694,location:Brule.AB,AKm73|$*
Cardinal MountainYellowheadABon NE spurDuMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PhillipsastraeaAB020352.8472,-117.3189,location:Mt Cardinal.AB,AKm73|$*
Coal ValleyYellowheadABin roof of Mynheer coal seam (rough loc 48-20-24(That's not a valid DLS location possibly should be around 26-47-20-W5) post BrazeauEPBrazeauplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-MetasequoiaAB041253.0837,-116.8005,,AKm73|$*
EdsonYellowheadAB12.8 km N at bridge over Edson River downstream to McLeod RiverEPPaskapooplants-(carbonized wood)AB041353.6642,-116.2894,,AKm73?|$*AB0416
EdsonYellowheadAB4.8 km E at bridge over the McLeod RiverEPPaskapooplants-(carbonized wood)(petrified)AB041453.5827,-116.3356,,AKm72|$*AB0415
EdsonYellowheadABEast on McLeod RiverEPPaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB041553.5827,-116.3356,,AKm73?|$*AB0414
Edson RiverYellowheadABNE of EdsonEPPaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB041653.6650,-116.2786,,AKm73|$*AB0413
Fortyfoot Falls Creek[?]Yellowhead?ABKlBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-StenorachisAB0432Fortyfoot Falls Creek is apparently a tributary of the North Branch of the Berland River. Lat Long is at the junction of the South(?) Berland River with a large tributary that might or might not be the North Berland River. Fortyfoot Falls is probably somewhere West (maybe far west) of there.http://www.diplomatsinternational.com/JLPublications_files/ABFossils2000Edition.pdf54.0037,-116.8417,,AGl15|$*
Grave FlatsYellowhead?ABat Thistle CreekKWapiabivertebrates-fish(remains)AB042952.8834,-116.8356,,AKm73|$*
HintonYellowheadAB8 km E on Hwy 16A (river road) 300 meters up Pedley CreekEPPaskapooplants-pteridophyta(ferns)AB041753.4484,-117.4480,,AKm73|*$AB0418,AB0423
HintonYellowheadABEast on Pedley CreekKu-T?Paskapoo,BrazeauplantsAB041853.4484,-117.4480,,AKm73|*$AB0417,AB0423
McLeod RiverYellowheadABnear mouth of Embarras RiverKuEdmonton, Uppervertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-ProtamiaAB041952.4886,-116.5797,,AKm73|$*
Mount GreggYellowheadABRidge to NW 53d02m26N 117d29m08W Amoco Loc 11423DMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0449Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.0406,-117.4856,,AKm72|$*
Mount MackenzieYellowheadABNW flank 52d51N 117d16W Amoco Loc 11496DSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0447Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.8500,-117.2667,,AKm73|$*
Mountain ParkYellowheadABin shales near base of FormationDuAlexoinvertebrates-mollusksAB0420'Rocky Mountains Park' was the original name of Banff National Park52.9180,-117.2665,,AGl74?|$*
Mountain ParkYellowheadABon Upper Whitehorse RiverJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-StemmatocerasAB0421'Rocky Mountains Park' was the original name of Banff National Park52.9181,-117.2725,,AGl74?|$*
Mystery LakeYellowheadAB4 km above on Folding Mt CreekKlBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Elatides;;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-Nilssonia,PodozamitesAB042253.1753,-117.6707,,AKm73?|$*
North Branch of Upper Berland RiverYellowhead?ABKlBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-StenorachisAB043054.0088,-116.9072,,AHh44?|$*
Pedley CreekYellowheadABnear highway bridgeEPPaskapooplants-angiosperms-AraliaAB042353.4571,-117.4475,,AKm72|*$AB0417,AB0418
PeersYellowheadABNorth on McLeod RiverEPPaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB042453.7260,-115.9902,,AKm73|$*AB0425
PeersYellowheadABOn McLeod River 1.6 km W in gravel bars in RiverEPPaskapooplants-(agatized),(carbonized),(stumps),(wood)AB042553.7141,-116.0065,,AKm73|$*AB0424
Rock LakeYellowheadABNear Cairn Pass,Ram PassJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-WarrenocerasAB021753.4603,-118.2664,,AKm73?|*$
Sphinx CreekYellowheadAB4.3 km above Gregg RiverKlBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Elatides;Sagenopteris;pteridophyta-Sphenopteris;(others)AB042653.1168,-117.4856,,AKm73?|$*
Whitehorse RiverYellowheadAB6.5 km N of Rocky Mountain ParkJFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAB0427Probably Whitehorse Creek S of Cadomin,AB. 'Rocky Mountains Park' was the original name of Banff National Park52.9856,-117.3473,,AKm73?|$*
Wildhay RiverYellowheadABKlBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB042853.9834,-117.2691,,AKm73|$*

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