- PEMBERTON, S.G., MACEACHERN, J.A., and FREY, R.W. 1992. Trace fossil facies models: their environmental and allostratigraphicsignificance. In: Walker, R.G., and James, N.P. (eds.), Facies Models: A Response to Sea-Level Changes. Geological Association of Canada, P.47-72.
- PEMBERTON, S.G. and MACEACHERN, J.A. . The sequence stratigraphic significance of trace fossils in examples from theCretaceous of Alberta. In Van Wagoner, J.A. ed. Sequence Stratigraphy of Foreland Basin Deposits - Outcrop and Subsurface Examples from the Cretaceous of North America. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir
- PEMBERTON, S.G. 1992. Applications of Ichnology to Petroleum Exploration. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Core Workshop 17, 429p.
Ichnology, Cretaceous stratigraphy, facies analysis
Dr. S. George Pemberton's field of research and expertise are in the general field of ichnology, the investigation of animal-sediment interactions in both recent and ancient environments. Current research activities include the application of trace fossil studies in sequence stratigraphy and the exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons and coal, with emphasis on the Cardium and Viking Formations, the Athabasca and the Cold Lake oil sands of Alberta, as well as the offshore Hibernia, Ben Nevis, Terra Nova, and Venture fields.