Submarine carbonate breccia beds-a depositional model for two-layer, sediment gravity flows from the Sekwi Formation (Lower Cambrian), Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada
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Krause, F. F. and Oldershaw, A. E.. (1979). "Submarine carbonate breccia beds-a depositional model for two-layer, sediment gravity flows from the Sekwi Formation (Lower Cambrian), Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 16: 189-199.