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Little Sandhill Creek - Sternberg Locality

Population: 0

Region: Alberta

Country: Canada

Geologic Formation: Belly River Group

The Little Sandhill Creek - Sternberg Locality is located in Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada. The exact location is not known for certain, but was described "1½ miles [2.4 km] east of Little Sandhill Creek. Middle of the beds...in the shaley clay". The location portrayed here is an estimation based on that description.

The name of this location is named after paleontologist Charles Mortram Sternberg, who discovered specimens at this locality in 1921. The name Sandhill likely refers to a sandy hill that was deposited over time by a river that has now dwindled down into a stream or creek.

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