Publications:

(since 1980)

Refereed Journal Publications:

2003

85. Smith, D.G., Simpson, C.J.,. Jol, H.M., Myers, R.A. and Currey, D.R., "GPR stratigraphy used to infer transgressive deposition of spits and a barrier, Lake Bonneville, Stockton, Utah, USA". in : Ground Penetrating Radar in Sediments, eds.: Bristow, C.S. and Jol, H.M., Geological Society of London, Special Publication 211, p. 79-86.

84. Smith, D.G., "1100 years of ice-jam flooding in the Peace River Delta interpreted from flood bed sediments and ice-scarred trees", in: the 12th Workshop on the Hydraulics of Ice Covered Rivers". ed. by: Faye Hicks, Edmonton, Alberta, Canadian Geophysical Union-Hydrology Section, p. 241-260.

83. Froese, D.G., Smith, D.G., Westgate, J.A., Ager, T.A., Preece, S.J., Sandhu, A., Endin, R., and Webber, F., "Recurring middle Pleistocene outburst floods in east-central Alaska". Quaternary Research, v. 60, p. 50-62.

82. Jol, H.M., Lawton, D.C., and Smith, D.G., "Ground penetrating radar: 2-D and 3-D subsurface imaging of a coastal barrier spit, Long Beach, Washington". Geomorphology, v. 53, p. 165-181.

81. Pearce, C.M., and Smith, D.G., "Saltcedar: distribution, abundance, and dispersal mechanisms, northern Great Plains. Wetlands, v. 23, p. 215-228.

80. Beierle, B.D., Smith, D.G. and Hills, L.V. "Late Quaternary glacial and environmental history of the Burstall Pass area, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada". Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, v. 35, p. 391-398.

79. Jol, H.M., Bristow, C.S., Smith, D.G., Junck, M.B. and Putnam, P. "Stratigraphic imaging of the Navajo Sandstone using ground-penetrating radar". The Leading Edge, p. 882-887.

2002
78. Smith, D.G., and Pearce, C.M., "Ice jam-caused gullies and scour holes on northern river flood plains". Geomorphology, v. 42, p. 85-95.

77. Baines, D., Smith, D.G., Froese, D. G., Bauman, P., and Nimeck, G., "Electrical resistivity ground imaging (ERGI): a new tool for mapping the lithology and geometry of channel belts and valley-fills". Sedimentology, v. 49, p. 441-449.

76. Fisher, T.G., Smith, D.G., and Andrews, J.T., "Preboreal oscillation caused by a glacial Lake Agassiz flood". Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 21, p. 873-878.

75. Makaske, B., Smith, D.G. and Berendsen, H.J.A., "Avulsions, channel evolution and floodplain sedimentation rates of the anastomosing upper Columbia River, British Columbia, Canada", Sedimentology, v. 49, p. 1049-1071.

74. Pearce, C.M. and Smith D. G., Introduced Saltcedar: its distribution, abundance, and transport mechanisms in the northern Great Plains and implications for western Canada. in: Weeds Across Borders: Proceedings of a North American Conference, ed by: Barbara Tellman, Tucson, Arizona May, 2002, Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum, p. 75-82.

2001

73. Simpson, C.J., and Smith, D.G., "The braided Milk River, northern Montana, fails the Leopold-Wolman discharge-gradient test". Geomorphology, v. 41, p. 337-353.

72. Pearce, C.M. and Smith, D.G., " Plains cottonwoods last stand: can it survive the invasion of Russian olive on prairie river floodplains?" Environment Management, v. 28, p. 623-637.

71. Froese, D.G., Enkin, R.J. and Smith, D.G., "PLacer depositional settings and their ages along Dominion Creek, Klondike area, Yukon". Yukon Exploration and Geology 2001, p. 159-169.

2000


70. Smith, D.G. and Pearce, C.M., "River ice and its role in limiting woodland development on a sandy braid-plain,
Milk River, Montana". Wetlands, v. 20, p. 347-367.

1999

69. Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A., and Jol, H.M., "Sedimentology of an upper-mesotidal (3.7M) Holocene Barrier, Willapa Bay, SW Washington". Journal of Sedimentary Research, v.

69, p. 1290-1296.

68. Burge, L.M., and Smith, D.G., "Confined meandering river eddy accretions: sedimentology, channel geometry and depositional processes". Special Publication of the International Association of Sedimentologists 28, p. 113-130.

67. Froese, D.G. and Smith, D.G., "Ground penetrating radar investigation of the upper Yukon Valley between White River, Yukon and Eagle, Alaska". Yukon Exploration and Geology 1999, p. 211-216.

1998

66. Smith, D.G., "Vibracoring: a new method for coring deep lakes". Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology. v. 140, p. 433-440.

65. Beierle, B. and Smith, D.G., "Severe drought in the early Holocene (10,000 - 6800 BP) interpreted from lake sediment cores, southwestern Alberta". Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology. v. 140, p. 75-83.

64. Rempel, L.L., and Smith, D.G. " Postglacial fish dispersal from the Mississippi refuge to the Mackenzie River basin". Canadian Journal of Aquatic Biology. v. 55, p. 893-899.

1997

63. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M., "Radar structure of Gilbert-type delta, Peyto Creek delta, Banff National Park, Canada". Sedimentary Geology, v. 113, p 195-209.

62. Jol, H.M. and Smith,D.G., "Ground penetrating radar: applications in sand and gravel aggregate exploration". In Bobrowsky, P.T. (ed.), Aggregate Resources: A Global Perspective. Rotterdam, Netherlands: A.A. Balkema, p. 295-306.

1996

61. Jol, H.M., Smith , D.G. and Meyers, R.A. "Three dimensional GPR imaging of a fan-foreset delta: an example from Brigham City, USA" 6 th International Conference on GPR, Sendai Japan, p 33-37.

60. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A., and Lawton, D.C. "Ground penetrating radar: high resolution stratigraphic analysis of coastal and fluvial environments" Gulf Coastal Section , Society of Economic, paleontologists and Mineralogists 17 th Annual Research Conference, Stratigraphic Analysis, Dec. 8-11, 1996, p. 153-163.

59. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G. and Meyers, R.A. "Digital ground penetrating radar ( GPR): an improved and effective geophysical tool for studying coastal barriers (examples from the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Coasts, U.S.A.)". Journal of Coastal Research, v. 12, p. 960-968.

58. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Peterson C.D., "Evidence for eight great earthquake-subsidence events detected with ground penetrating radar, Willapa Barrier, Washington". Geological Society of America's Geology, v.24, p 99-102.

57. Jol, H.M., Smith, D.G., Meyers, R.A., and Lawton, D.C. "Ground penetrating radar: high resolution stratigraphic analysis of coastal and fluvial environments" Gulf Coastal Section , Society of Economic, paleontologists and Mineralogists 17 th Annual Research Conference, Stratigraphic Analysis, Dec. 8-11, 1996.

56. Meyers, R.A., Smith, D.G., Jol, H.M. and Peterson C.D., "Evidence for eight great earthquake-subsidence events detected with ground penetrating radar, Willapa Barrier, Washington". Geological Society of America's Geology, v.24, p 99-102.

1995

55. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M.,"Ground penetrating radar: antennae frequencies and maximum depths of penteration in Quaternary sediments", Journal of Applied Geophysics, v. 33, p. 93-100.

54. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G. "Ground penetrating radar surveys of peatlands for oilfield pipelines in Canada", Journal of Applied Geophysics, v 34, p 109-123.

53. Fisher, T.G., Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G., "Ground penetrating radar used to assess aggregate in catastrophic flood deposits, northeast Alberta, Canada". Canadian Geotechnical Journal, v. 32, p 871-879.

52. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M.,"Wasatch Fault (Utah), detected and displacement characterized by ground penetrating radar", Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, v 1, p 489-496.

1994

51. Smith, D.G., "Glacial Lake McConnell: paleogeography, age, duration, and associated river deltas, Mackenzie River basin, western Canada." Quaternary Sciences.Reviews, v. 13. p. 829-843.

50. Fisher, T.G. and Smith, D.G." Maximum extent of glacial Lake Agassiz in NW Saskatchewan: NW outlet and paleoflood route to the Arctic Ocean", Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 13 p. 845-858.

49. Young, R.R., Burns, J.A., Smith, D.G., Arnold, L.D.and Raines B.R., "A single, late Wisconsin, Laurentide glaciation, Edmonton area and southwstern Alberta", Geological Society of America, Geology, v. 22. p. 683-686.

48. Fisher, T.G. and Smith, D.G. "Exploration for Pleistocene aggregate resources using process-depositional models in the Fort McMurray region, NE Alberta, Canada", Quaternary International, v. 20, p 71-80.

47. Jol , H.M., Meyers, R.A., Lawton, D.C. and Smith, D. G. "A detailed ground penetrating radar investigation of a coastal barrier spit, Long Beach, Washington, U.S.A.", in Proceeding of the symposium on the application of geophysics to engineering and environmental problems, ed by Bell, R.S. and Lepper, C.M., March 27-31, 1994, Boston, Massachusetts, v. 1, p. 107-127.

46. Jol , H.M., Smith, D. G. and Meyers, R. A. "Ground penetrating radar of lakeshore spits in northwestern Saskatchwan, Canada: variable internal structure", in proceedings of the fifth international conference on ground penetrating radar. June 12-16, 1994, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, v. 2, p. 817-830.

45. Meyers, R. A., Smith, D. G, Jol , H.M.and Hay, M. B. "Internal structure of Pacific coast barrier spits using grund penetrating radar" in proceedings of the fifth international conference on ground penetrating radar. June 12-16, 1994, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, v. 2, p. 843-854.

44. Lawton, D.C., Jol , H.M.and Smith, D. G. "Ground penetrating radar surveys fo near-surface characterization and contaiminant mapping: example from the Canada Creosote Site, Calgary", in proceedings of the fifth international conference on ground penetrating radar. June 12-16, 1994, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, v. 3, p. 1275-1282.

1993

43. Smith, D.G. " Fluvial geomorphology: where do we go from here?" Geomorphology, v. 7, p. 251-262.

42. Smith, D.G.and Fisher, T., "Glacial Lake Agassiz: the northwest outlet and paleoflood at 9900 BP," Geological Society of America, Geology, v.21. p.9-12.

41. Molnar, T.M. and Smith, D.G., "Gamma ray logging of vibracore holes", Journal of Sedimentary Petrology", v. 63, p. 758-760.

40. Jol ,H.M., and Smith, D.G. "Ground penetrating radar: recent results", Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Recorder, v.17, p.15-20.

1992

39. Smith, D.G. and Jol, H.M., "Ground penetrating radar results used to infer depositional processes of coastal spits in large lakes", Geological Survey of Finland, Special Paper 16, p. 169-177.

38. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G., "Geometry and structure of deltas in large lakes: a ground penetrating radar overview", Geological Survey of Finland, Special Paper, p. 159-168.

37. Sawicki, O. and Smith, D.G., "Glacial Lake Inveremere, upper Columbia River Valley, B.C., a paleogeographic reconstruction", Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. v. 29, p. 687-692.

36. Smith, D.G., " Glacial Lake Mackenzie, Mackenzie River valley, N.W.T., Canada", Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences", v.29, p. 1756-1766..

35. Smith, D.G., "Vibracoring: recent innovations", Journal of Paleolimnology, v. 7, p. 137-143..

34. Smith D.G., and Jol, H.M., "Ground Penetrating radar investigation of a Lake Bonneville delta, Provo level, Brigham City, Utah", Geological Society of America, Geology, v. 20. p. 1083 -1086. 1991

33. Smith, D.G., "Lacustrine Deltas", Canadian Geographer, v. 35, No. 3, p. 311-316.

32. Jol, H.M. and Smith, D.G., "Ground penetrating radar of northern lacustrine deltas". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 28, p. 1801-1812.

31. Moorman, B.J., Judge A.S. and Smith, D.G., "Examining fluvial sediments using ground
penetrating radar in British Columbia". In Current Research, Part A, Geological Survey of Canada Paper 91-1A, p. 31-36.

1990

30. Mauivis, W, and Smith, D.G., "Types of channel-fills interpreted from dipmeter logs in the McMurray Formation, Northeast Alberta", Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, v. 38, p. 53-63.

1988

29. Vanderburgh, S. and Smith, D.G., "Slave River Delta, geomorphology and sedimentology of a Holocene wave-influenced delta, N.W.T., Canada." Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 25, p. 1990-2004.

28. Smith, D.G., "Tidal bundles and mud couplets in the McMurray Formation, northeastern Alberta, Canada", Bulletin of Canadian Petroluem Geology, v. 30, p. 216-219.

27. Rhine, J. and Smith, D.G., "The Lake Pleistocene Athabasca braid delta of northeastern Alberta, Canada: a paraglacial drainage system affected by aeolian sand supply." in Fan Deltas, Sedimentology and Tectonic Settings, Nemec, W. and Steel, R. (eds.), Blackie and Son Press, p. 158-169.

26. Smith, D.G., "Modern Point Bar Deposits Analogous to the Athabasca Oil Sands, Alberta, Canada: in de Boer, P.L., van Gelder, H. and Nio, S.D., eds., Tidal Environments and Facies, Reidel Publishing, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, p. 417- 432.

1987

25. Thomas, R.G., Smith, D.G., Wood, J.M., Koster, E.H., Calverley-Range, E.A. and Visser, J., "Inclined Heterolithic Stratification: Terminology, Description, Interpretation and Significance", Sedimentary Geology, v. 53, p. 123-179.

24. Smith, D.G., "A Mini Vibracoring System" , Journal of Sedimentary Petrology. v. 57, p. 757-758.

23. Smith, D.G., "Meandering River Point Bar Lithofacies: Moderan and Ancient Examples Compared": in Etbridge, E., Flores, R., and Harvey, M., eds., Recent Developments in Fluvial Sedimentology, Society of Economic, Paleontologists and Mineralogists (SEPM), Special Publication No. 39, p. 83-91.

1986

22. Bradley, C.E. and Smith, D.G., "Plains cottonwood and survival on a prairie meandering river floodplain, Milk River, southern Alberta and northern Montana." Canadian Journal of Botany, v. 64, p. 1433-1442.

21. Smith, D.G., "Anastomosing river deposits, sedimentation rates and basin subsidence, Magdalena River, northwestern Colombia, South America." Sedimentary Geology", v. 46, p. 177-196.

1985

20. Bradley, C. and Smith, D.G., "Meandering river channels and downriver effects of a diversion and storage reservoir, Milk River, S. Alberta and N. Montana." Water Resources Research", American Geophysical Union, v. 20, p. 1913-1920.

1984

19. Smith, D.G. "Vibracoring Fluvial and Deltaic Sediments, tips on improving penetration and recovery." Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, V. 54, p. 660-663.

18. Kostaschuk, R.A. and Smith, D.G. "Late Quaternary lacustrine and deltaic sedimentation near Banff, Alberta." Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, V. 20, p. 1834-1842.

17. Smith, N.D. and Smith, D.G. "The William River: An outstanding example of channel widening and braiding caused by bel-load addition." Geological Society of America Geology, V. 12, p. 78-82.

1983

16. Smith, D.G. and Reynolds, D.M. "Tree scars to determine frequency and stage of high magnitude riveer ice drives and jams, Red Deer, Alberta." Canadian Water Resources Journal, V. 8, p. 77-94.

15. Smith, D.G. "Anastomosed fluvial deposits: modern examples from Western Canada" Special Publications in the International Association of Sedimentologists, Vol. 6, pp. 155-168.

1980

14. Smith, D.G. "River Ice Processes: Thresholds and geomorphologic effects in northern and mountains rivers." In D. Coates and J. Vitek (eds.), Geomorphic Thresholds, Dowden and Hutchinson Press, Stroudsberg, Pa., U.S.A.. Chap. 15, pp. 323-343.

13. Smith D.G. and N.D. Smith. "Sedimentation in anastomosed river systems: examples from alluvial valleys near Banff, Alberta." Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, Vol. 50, pp. 157-164.

12. Smith, D.G. and Putnam, P. "Anastomosed River Deposits: modern and ancient examples in Alberta, Canada." Canadian Journal of Earth Science, Vol. 17, pp. 1396-1406.

11. Smith, D.G., "The Saskatchewan Sand Dunes: A Touch of Araby." Canadian Geographic, Vol. 100, Oct./Nov., pp. 24-29.

Books:

Smith, D.G.; Reinson , G.E., Zaitlin, B.A., Rahmani, R.A. 1991 "Clastic Tidal Sedimentology", Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir No. 16., 387 p.

Smith, D.G.; 1987 "Landforms of Alberta, interpreted from airphotos and satellite imagery", Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, 105 p.

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