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REP 72

Geology of the McMurray Formation; Part I: Foraminifera of the Upper McMurray and Basal Clearwater Formations

Foraminifera of the Upper McMurray and Basal Clearwater Formations Fifteen species and subspecies of Foraminifera--of which twelve are new--from the upper part of the McMurray formation and the basal part of the Clearwater formation in the lower ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  Wall, J.H.  1956-01-01

BUL 021

Stratigraphy and Petrology of the Lower Cretaceous Blairmore and Mannville Groups, Alberta Foothills and Plains

The upper unit consists of lensing, grey, siliceous sandstone, siltstone, and varicoloured shale, grading up in the southernmost Foothills into a thick succession of bedded pyroclastic detritus (Crowsnest Member ).These beds grade laterally in the ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  1967-01-01

ESR 1962-08

Geology of the Chinchaga River and Clear Hills (North Half) Map-Areas, Alberta

The Chinchaga River and Clear Hills (north half) map-areas comprise an area of 7500 square miles in the Plains region of northwestern Alberta. The area is part of a large dissected plateau composed of concordant, flat-topped hills surrounded by ... Show Abstract

Green, R.  Mellon, G.B.  1962-01-01

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 075

Peace River Iron Deposits

[...]the ore must be beneficiated to increase the iron and lower the silica contents prior to smelting in a blast furnace or electric arc furnace.A number of attempts have been made to upgrade or extract the iron content of the Peace River ore using ... Show Abstract

Bertram, E.F.  Mellon, G.B.  1975-01-01

BUL 009

Sedimentary Magnetite Deposits of the Crowsnest Pass Region, Southwestern Alberta

Low-grade, titaniferous magnetite deposits of sedimentary origin are present at widely scattered localities in the folded Foothills belt of southwestern Alberta. The individual deposits are thin and lensing, forming a locally developed, iron-rich ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  1961-01-01

MAP 024

Bedrock Geology of Northern Alberta

Bedrock Geology of Northern Alberta Ages range from the PreCambrian to Cretaceous, and all units are described in the legend. Two diagrammatic cross sections, one from northeast to southeast the other from southwest to southeast, respectively show ... Show Abstract

Green, R.  Mellon, G.B.  Carrigy, M.A.  2010-11-17

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 1973-34

Peace River Iron Deposits

The Peace River iron deposits are in the Clear Hills district of northern Alberta, about 300 miles northwest of Edmonton. Sedimentary (oolitic) iron deposits of Late Cretaceous underlie the Clear Hills district in the Peace River area of ... Show Abstract

Bertram, E.F.  Mellon, G.B.  1973-01-01

OFR 1972-05

Industrial and Metallic Mineral Resources of Alberta

Industrial and Metallic Mineral Resources of Alberta Alberta has no metallic minerals production, and the types of raw or semi-processed industrial minerals with export potential (other than sulphur) are limited. Mineral resources with a potential ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  Hamilton, W.N.  1972-07-01