Panorama of the Pinhorn Grazing Reserve
|SOUTHERN ALBERTA DINOSAUR RESEARCH GROUP
“To research, preserve, and present to the public the rich dinosaur fossil heritage of southern Alberta.”
The geology and palaeontology of the Late Cretaceous of Alberta has been intensely studied over the past century, due, in part, to the large amount of its easily accessible outcrop. Much of this work has been focused on the region in and around what is now Dinosaur Provincial Park. The palaeontological resources to the south of this region have received relatively little consideration although the limited outcrop of the Oldman formation near Devil’s Coulee is notable for producing the famous dinosaur nesting site.
||• History of Collection in Alberta
|• The Geologic Formations of Southeastern Alberta
||• Devil's Coulee
|• Dinosaurs from Southern Alberta
||• Selected References
|• Contact SADRG
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||• Field Photos
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Updated: Friday, March 21, 2008
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