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The bedrock in this area is comprised of flat-lying Bear Paw, Dinosaur Park, Oldman, Foremost, and Lea Park formations deposited during the Cretaceous period. These rocks were eroded over millions of years by wind, water, and glacial processes leaving them exposed in the badlands of the Red Deer River Valley.
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This model covers 341 square kilometres. The Minecraft blocks in this model represent 100 m × 100 m in the horizontal (X and Y) directions, and 10 m in the vertical (Z) direction, giving this model a vertical exaggeration of 10 times.
Alberta Parks: Dinosaur Provincial Park
Dinosaur Provincial Park - UNESCO World Heritage Site
Bedrock Geology of the Medicine Hat Area (NTS 72L)
Measured Outcrop Section T21-R10W4-01 of the Oldman and Dinosaur Park Formations (Belly River Group), Dinosaur Provincial Park Area, Red Deer River Valley, Southeastern Alberta (NTS 72L/14) Oil Sands Area: 3-D Geological Modelling and Petroleum Geochemistry
Field Trip Guidebook - Sedimentology of the Upper Cretaceous Judith River (Belly River) Formation, Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta
Currie, P.J., and Koppelhus, E. B., ed. (2005): Dinosaur Provincial Park, A Spectacular Ancient Ecosystem Revealed; Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.