University of Calgary
Recognition and implications of supercritical flow structures in deep-water slope deposits using modern seafloor, numerical modeling, and ancient outcrop datasets
Integrated stratigraphic and detrital zircon geochronologic analyses to determine the timing and controls on submarine channel system evolution
M.Sc. Geology (2017) – University of Calgary, Calgary Canada
B.Sc. Integrated Science (2015) – McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
Englert, R. G., 2022. An integrated investigation of Froude-supercritical turbidity current dynamics and products in deep-water slope systems. [PhD Doctoral Dissertation, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.]
Englert, R.G., Hubbard, S.M., Matthews, W.A., Coutts, D.S. and Covault, J.A., 2020. The evolution of submarine slope-channel systems: Timing of incision, bypass, and aggradation in Late Cretaceous Nanaimo Group channel-system strata, British Columbia, Canada. Geosphere, 16(1), pp.281-296.
Nesbit, P.R., Hubbard, S.M., Daniels, B.G., Bell, D., Englert, R.G. and Hugenholtz, C.H., 2021. Digital re‐evaluation of down‐dip channel‐fill architecture in deep‐water slope deposits: Multi‐scale perspectives from UAV‐SfM. The Depositional Record.
Englert, R.G., Hubbard, S.M., Cartigny, M.J.B., Clare, M.A., Coutts, D., Hage, S., Hughes Clarke, J., Jobe, Z.R., Lintern, G., Stacey, C., Vendettuoli, D., 2020, Quantifying the 3D stratigraphic expression of upslope-migrating bedforms by integrating seafloor and outcrop observations: Sedimentology.