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ESR 1976-03

Hydrogeology of the Whitecourt area, Alberta

The drift thickness may exceed 100 feet (30 m) in places in the southern, southeastern and eastern parts of the area in buried valleys. Two formations, both continental shale-sand sequences, the Paskapoo Formation of Paleocene-Late Cretaceous age, ... Show Abstract

Alberta Research Council  1977-01-01

OFR 1974-43

Mineral Resources of Alberta

Alberta is abundantly endowed with mineral resources and since 1971 has led all other provinces in Canada in the value of mineral production. The province is rich in the variety as well as the value of its minerals, although the bulk of the mineral ... Show Abstract

Alberta Research Council  1974-04-01

OFR 1975-19

Primrose Lake Air Weapons Range Oil Sands Evaluation Program 1974-1975

At the request of Alberta Mines and Minerals (now Alberta Energy and Natural Resources) the Alberta Research Council undertook a four-well drilling program on the Department of National Defence, Primrose Lake Air Weapons Range. The objective of the ... Show Abstract

Alberta Research Council  1975-01-01

OFR 1973-35

Notes on the Occurrence of Iron-Bearing Minerals Associated with the Athabasca Oil Sands

Notes on the Occurrence of Iron-Bearing Minerals Associated with the Athabasca Oil Sands Iron-bearing minerals are known to occur in the McMurray Formation as large siderite nodules on the unconformity at the base of the McMurray Formation on top ... Show Abstract

Alberta Research Council  1973-06-30

OFR 1967-01

Organic Soils Tour - Alberta Soil Survey 1967

The Alberta soil survey has estimated that roughly 25 000 000 acres of organic soils occur in Alberta. The classification of these soils to date has not received the attention or study that has been given to mineral soils. For mapping purposes, ... Show Abstract

Alberta Research Council  1967-01-01