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OFR 2014-09

Turtle Mountain Field Laboratory, Alberta (NTS 82G): 2012 Data and Activity Summary

The Turtle Mountain monitoring system is a near-real-time monitoring system that provides data from a series network of more than 80 geotechnical sensors on the south peak of Turtle Mountain (site of the 1903 Frank Slide) in the Crowsnest Pass, ... Show Abstract

Warren, J.E.  Morgan, A.J.  Chao, D.K.  Froese, C.R.  Wood, D. E.  2014-12-02

OFR 2012-04

Geological Setting for Large Landslides at the Town of Peace River, Alberta (NTS 84C)

The Peace River lowlands of Alberta and British Columbia are one of the most historically active mass-movement areas of Western Canada. The Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), with the support of various stakeholders, initiated a multidisciplinary ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Paulen, R.C.  Slattery, S.R.  Froese, C.R.  2013-03-07

OFR 2013-14

LiDAR Landslide Spatial Analysis at the Little Smoky River Highway 49 Crossing Site, Alberta (NTS 83N)

LiDAR Landslide Spatial Analysis at the Little Smoky River Highway 49 Crossing Site, Alberta (NTS 83N) Landslides within river valleys are relatively common in Alberta, notably so along rivers that have incised into glacial and Cretaceous ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Chao, D.K.  Froese, C.R.  2014-02-20

OFR 2009-08

Implementation of a Web-GIS Application with ArcGIS Server 9.2 for the Peace River Landslide Project, Alberta

Alberta Geological Survey created a Web-GIS application for the Peace River Landslide Project to provide access to significant geological, geotechnical, remote sensing and GIS data on the town of Peace River. The design of this Web-GIS application ... Show Abstract

Chao, D.K.  Chowdhury, S.  Lan, H.  Morgan, A.J.  Froese, C.R.  2009-06-09

OFR 2009-18

Results of Sediment Coring at the Town of Peace River, Northwestern Alberta (NTS 84C)

The Peace River Lowlands of Alberta and British Columbia is one of the most historically active mass-movement areas in western Canada. Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), in collaboration with other stakeholders, has initiated a multiyear study, ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Slattery, S.R.  Froese, C.R.  2009-10-20

OFR 2013-01

LIDAR-Based Landslide Classification and Inventory, Peace River, Alberta (NTS 84C)

The report also introduces preliminary work investigating the relationship between surface roughness derived from bare-earth light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and landslide activity. Field-based mapping and remote-sensing data sources, such as ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Chao, D.K.  Froese, C.R.  2013-01-31