Volume Editors: Tristan Euzen, Thomas Moslow, & Mark Caplan

Chapter 1: Tectonostratigraphic Framework

The Montney Play of Western Canada: Deposition to Development
T. Euzen, T.F. Moslow and M. Caplan

Conodont sequence biostratigraphy of the Lower Triassic Montney Formation 
C.M. Henderson, M.L. Golding and M.J. Orchard
Regional subdivisions, sequences, correlations and facies relationships of the Lower Triassic Montney Formation, west‑central Alberta to northeastern British Columbia, Canada — with emphasis on role of paleostructure 
G.R. Davies, N. Watson, T.F. Moslow and J.A. MacEachern
Palaeogeographic setting, lithostratigraphy, and sedimentary framework of the Lower Triassic Montney Formation of western Alberta and northeastern British Columbia 
J.-P. Zonneveld and T.F. Moslow
Subsidence dynamics of the Montney Formation (Early Triassic, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin): insights for its geodynamic setting and wider implications 
S. Rohais, V. Crombez, T. Euzen and J.-P. Zonneveld
A preliminary investigation of the igneous origins of the Montney and Doig formations: Integrating igneous geochemistry techniques for interpreting sedimentary provenance 
N. Morris, M. Asgar-Deen, D. Gardner and C. Glemser

Chapter 2: Sedimentology and Reservoir Architecture

Regional stratigraphic architecture of the Spathian Deposits in Western Canada — Implications for the Montney Resource Play
T. Euzen, T.F. Moslow, V. Crombez and S. Rohais
The Sunset Prairie Formation: designation of a new Middle Triassic formation between the Lower Triassic Montney Formation and Middle Triassic Doig Formation in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, northeast British Columbia
C.M. Furlong, M.K. Gingras, T.F. Moslow and J.-P. Zonneveld
Sedimentology and ichnology of the Middle Triassic (Anisian) Sunset Prairie Formation of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin
C.M. Furlong, A. Gegolick, M.K. Gingras, P. González, T.F. Moslow, D. Prenoslo, T. Playter and J.-P. Zonneveld
Facies architecture and sequence stratigraphy of the Lower Triassic Montney Formation, NE British Columbia: Fundamental controls on the distribution of ‘sweet spots’ in a world-class unconventional reservoir
I.P. Proverbs, K.L. Bann, C.M. Fratton, C.J. Frostad and A. Juska
Sedimentary facies, petrology, reservoir characteristics, conodont biostratigraphy and sequence stratigraphic framework of a continuous (395m) full diameter core of the Lower Triassic Montney Fm, northeastern British Columbia
T.F. Moslow, B. Haverslew and C.M. Henderson
Sedimentology, stratigraphy and geochemistry of Sulphur Mountain (Montney equivalent) Formation outcrop in south central Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
I.V. Zelazny, A. Gegolick, J.-P. Zonneveld, T. Playter and T.F. Moslow
The Middle Montney Altares Member: lithology, depositional setting and significance for horizontal drilling and completion in the Altares Field, British Columbia
S. Sanders, C. Etienne, A. Gegolick, D. Kelly and J.-P. Zonneveld
The sedimentology, stratigraphy and reservoir characteristics of the Montney D1 and D2 horizons in the Greater Pouce Coupe area
D. Prenoslo, C.M. Furlong, M.K. Gingras, T. Playter and J.-P. Zonneveld

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