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REP 90

Modelling of the Sub-Cretaceous Unconformity: Elevation, Subcrop Mapping, and Paleotopography in the Peace River and Slave Lake Regions, Alberta (NTS 83N, 83O, 84C and 84B)

The sub-Cretaceous unconformity is an important regional surface across the Alberta Basin that represents a significant period of non-deposition and erosion initiated after the deposition of upper Jurassic/lowermost Cretaceous sediments of the first ... Show Abstract

Peterson, J.T.  MacCormack, K.E.  2016-03-28

REP 58

The Components of the Bitumen in Athabasca Bituminous Sand and Their Significance in the Hot Water Separation Process

The Components of the Bitumen in Athabasca Bituminous Sand and Their Significance in the Hot Water Separation Process Judging from the proportions of the components and the ultimate analyses, the bitumen throughout the Athabasca bituminous sand ... Show Abstract

Pasternack, D.S.  Clark, K.A.  1951-01-30

REP 52

Geology of Ribbon Creek Area Alberta

The central part of the area is occupied by the Kananaskis Forest Experiment Station, which is operated by the Federal Government. The north boundary of the map-area is about five miles southeast of the coal-mining town of Canmore; the south ... Show Abstract

Crockford, M.B.B.  1946-03-01

REP 61

Clay Deposits of Elkwater Lake Area, Alberta

Clay Deposits of Elkwater Lake Area, Alberta The Cypress Hills region, which includes the Elkwater Lake map-area, has been surveyed geologically in more or less detail from time to time by governmental agencies, and the results of these surveys ... Show Abstract

Crockford, M.B.B.  1951-03-01

REP 57

Determination of the Viscosities and Specific Gravities of the Oils in Samples of Athabasca Bituminous Sand

The difficulty of making viscosity and specific gravity determinations on the oil in Athabasca bituminous sand is that there is no method available for getting the oil out of the sand without altering it. A method of extracting the oil from the ... Show Abstract

Ward, S.H.  Clark, K.A.  1950-03-01

REP 53

The Role of Very Fine Mineral Matter in the Hot Water Separation Process as Applied to Athabasca Bituminous Sand

The clay present in bituminous sand as a natural constituent plays a key role in the hot water separation process. Some clay is necessary for satisfactory results; more than enough decreases the yield of oil. When bituminous sand is mixed and ... Show Abstract

Clark, K.A.  Pasternack, D.S.  1949-03-01

REP 34

Geology

The various geological formations shown on the maps are described in a general way, but no attempt is made to discuss fully the geology of Alberta, as it is known to date. Detailed descriptions of the various groups of rock formations and the ... Show Abstract

Allan, J.A.  1943-01-01

REP 17

Geology along the Bow River between Cochrane and Kananaskis, Alberta

The Geological Survey Division of the Scientific and Industrial Research Council of Alberta has carried on surveys in several of the coal areas of the Province since 1921. During part of the field season of 1926 the writer continued this work in ... Show Abstract

Rutherford, R.L.  1927-03-30

REP 09

Geology Along the Blackstone, Brazeau and Pembina Rivers in the Foothills Belt, Alberta

Geology Along the Blackstone, Brazeau and Pembina Rivers in the Foothills Belt, Alberta The coal resources of the province are annually becoming more important and the need of field investigations on the coal deposits more apparent. The coal ... Show Abstract

Allan, J.A.  Rutherford, R.L.  1924-02-15

REP 46

Alberta Coals and Automatic Domestic Stokers

Laboratory investigation and questionnaire as sources of information. -- In 1942 the Research Council of Alberta decided to carry out an investigation on the suitability of Alberta coals for use in automatic domestic stokers; and funds for this ... Show Abstract

Stansfield, E.  Genge, C.A.  1945-03-01

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