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SPE 021

Structural Interpretation of RADARSAT-1 Principal Components Imagery and Its Potential Application to Kimberlite Exploration in the Buffalo Head Hills Area, North Central Alberta

Principal components analysis (PCA) of RADARSAT-1 satellite imagery has been used to enhance the interpretation of surface features that may reflect underlying bedrock structures. Application of this technique in the Buffalo Head Hills area of ... Show Abstract

Paganelli, F.  Grunsky, E.  Richards, J.P.  2003-06-01

ESR 2000-01

Structural-Emplacement Model for Kimberlitic Diatremes in Northern Alberta

A study to evaluate structural controls on the Buffalo Head Hills kimberlites in the Peerless Lake area of north-central Alberta was initiated because of the recognition of a set of north-trending lineaments that appear to be spatially correlated ... Show Abstract

Eccles, D.R.  Grobe, M.  Weiss, J.A.  Grunsky, E.  2002-01-01

GEO 2002-18

Satellite Imagery Catalogue

Satellite Imagery Catalogue RADARSAT-1, IRS-1C and LANDSAT Thematic Mapper 4, 5 and 7-satellite imagery have been made available to AGS from the Resource Data Division of the Alberta Department of Sustainable Development.RADARSAT-1 coverage has ... Show Abstract

Grunsky, E.  2002-07-01

ESR 2005-01

Geochemical Orientation Surveys (Fiscal Year 2000-2001) for Kimberlites in Northern Alberta

Geochemical Orientation Surveys (Fiscal Year 2000-2001) for Kimberlites in Northern Alberta In northern Alberta, indicator mineral analysis may not be effective for detecting kimberlites because kimberlites are decoupled from streams draining ... Show Abstract

Seneshen, D.M.  Grunsky, E.  Rencz, A.  Hall, G.E.M.  Dunn, C.E.  2005-02-01

SPE 012

Alteration Mineralogy of Alberta Kimberlites: PIMA Infrared Spectroscopic Analysis

Alteration Mineralogy of Alberta Kimberlites: PIMA Infrared Spectroscopic Analysis The suite was supplied by the AGS.There were a number of objectives for the work. The Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) technique is extremely sensitive to alteration ... Show Abstract

Hauff, P.L.  Eccles, D.R.  Grunsky, E.  2001-07-01

GEO 2002-24

Northern Alberta Mosaic of RADARSAT-1 Principal Components Images Derived from S1/S7 Ascending/Descending Imagery

The range of incidence angles, all weather atmospheric penetration and response to surface morphology give radar imagery significant advantages in measuring surface features relative to conventional, fixed-beam optical satellites. A review of ... Show Abstract

Grunsky, E.  2002-11-01

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