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BUL 012

Early Contributions to the Groundwater Hydrology of Alberta

Early Contributions to the Groundwater Hydrology of Alberta Ten short papers are presented describing selected investigations of interest carried out by the Groundwater Division of the Research Council during its early years. Included are areal ... Show Abstract

Farvolden, R.N.  Meneley, W.A.  LeBreton, E.G.  Lennox, D.H.  Meyboom, P.  1963-01-01

BUL 013

Groundwater Geology and Hydrology of East-Central Alberta

Groundwater Geology and Hydrology of East-Central Alberta The available data have been evaluated to outline areas of large, moderate and small groundwater supply. The report also delineates those parts of east-central Alberta where further ... Show Abstract

LeBreton, E.G.  1963-01-01

OFR 1958-01

Some Observations on the Groundwater Geology in the Lloydminster Area

Some Observations on the Groundwater Geology in the Lloydminster Area Later, on the basis of the information collected three test holes, were drilled.In addition, a survey was made of many farm wells. The chief value of this lay in collecting data ... Show Abstract

LeBreton, E.G.  1958-12-01

OFR 1969-01

Groundwater Availability in the Hamilton Lake Area, Alberta

Mr. G. W. Rolls, a local farmer, is concerned about the effect of groundwater withdrawal by oil companies on his groundwater supply and asks if recharge will be sufficient to meet withdrawal. To consider the effects of additional withdrawal of ... Show Abstract

LeBreton, E.G.  1969-04-01

OFR 1966-06

Till Project: Groundwater Contribution 53-18-W4

[...]Project: Groundwater Contribution 53-18-W4 The following summary of groundwater occurrence and movement in the area of study, townships 53 and 54, ranges 18 and 19, West of 4th meridian is taken from a groundwater reconnaissance report of the ... Show Abstract

LeBreton, E.G.  1966-12-01

OFR 1970-01

A Hydrogeological Report of the Hobbema Indian Reserve

The area lies within the Battle River drainage basin and the river itself forms part of the boundaries of the reserve.The bedrock formations underlying the area and relevant to this report are the Horseshoe Canyon, Whitemud and Battle Formations of ... Show Abstract

LeBreton, E.G.  1970-02-01

OFR 1959-02

Groundwater Prospects of the Andrew Area

The area is included on the Edmonton topographic sheet (Canada Sheet 83 H, 1:250 000).The Village of Andrew (Long. 112 degrees 15 minutes West, Lat. 53 degrees 45 minutes North; S.E. 1/4 Sec. 32, Tp. 56, R. 16, W. 4th Meridian), which has a ... Show Abstract

LeBreton, E.G.  1959-06-01