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INF 060

Proceedings: First Geological Conference on Western Canadian Coal

Proceedings: First Geological Conference on Western Canadian Coal Western Canada is estimated to contain some 118 billion tons of coal from lignitic to anthracitic. The coals, ranging in age from Jurassic to Tertiary, are widely distributed across ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  Kramers, J.W.  Seagel, E.J.  1972-09-01

INF 065

Guide to the Athabasca Oil Sands Area

The main drainage of the area is provided by the Athabasca-Clearwater system, the valleys of which are incised into a broad, muskeg-covered interior plain to depths of 200 to 300 feet. The tributary streams originate in three highland areas (Fig. ... Show Abstract

Carrigy, M.A.  Kramers, J.W.  1973-01-01

OFR 1993-26

Jurassic/Cretaceous Boundary in West Central Alberta

Jurassic/Cretaceous Boundary in West Central Alberta The Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in a well is important to both industry and government because it determines the stratigraphic limit of a company's oil and natural gas rights. In west Central ... Show Abstract

Kramers, J.W.  Dolby, G.  1993-11-01

OFR 1993-23

Jurassic Boundary Study. Medicine River/Sylvan Lake (Twp. 37-40, Rg. 3-5W5)

The Medicine River/Sylvan Lake area (Townships 37-40, Ranges 3-5 W5) is one of the most prolific oil and gas areas in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. The correlations have been reviewed by government and industry geologists with extensive ... Show Abstract

Strobl, R.S.  Kramers, J.W.  Dolby, G.  1993-01-01

OFR 1972-12

Geology and Mineral Resources, Northwest-Central Alberta (Hinton to Grande Prairie)

Geology and Mineral Resources, Northwest-Central Alberta (Hinton to Grande Prairie) Special emphasis is given to the western part of this area, which is traversed by the route of the Alberta Resources Railway.Information on the bedrock geology of ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  Kramers, J.W.  1972-02-01

OFR 1972-13

Geology and Terrain Evaluation: Alberta Resources Railway and Alternative Routes

Geology and Terrain Evaluation: Alberta Resources Railway and Alternative Routes In June, 1972, a large section of the Alberta Resources Railway was severely damaged by spring floods along the Smoky River in northwest-central Alberta. The damaged ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  Kramers, J.W.  Kathol, C.P.  1972-07-01