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REP 17

Geology along the Bow River between Cochrane and Kananaskis, Alberta

The Geological Survey Division of the Scientific and Industrial Research Council of Alberta has carried on surveys in several of the coal areas of the Province since 1921. During part of the field season of 1926 the writer continued this work in ... Show Abstract

Rutherford, R.L.  1927-03-30

REP 09

Geology Along the Blackstone, Brazeau and Pembina Rivers in the Foothills Belt, Alberta

Geology Along the Blackstone, Brazeau and Pembina Rivers in the Foothills Belt, Alberta The coal resources of the province are annually becoming more important and the need of field investigations on the coal deposits more apparent. The coal ... Show Abstract

Allan, J.A.  Rutherford, R.L.  1924-02-15

REP 11

Geology of the Foothills Belt Between McLeod and Athabasca Rivers, Alberta

Geology of the Foothills Belt Between McLeod and Athabasca Rivers, Alberta The coal resources of Alberta constitute the outstanding known mineral reserve, and the industry based upon this resource is one of the most valuable assets in the ... Show Abstract

Rutherford, R.L.  1925-06-04

REP 15

Geology of the Area Between Athabasca and Embarras Rivers, Alberta

The geological survey division of the Scientific and Industrial Research Council of Alberta has carried on geological surveys in the foothills belt of Alberta between North Saskatchewan and Athabasca rivers. During the field season of 1925, ... Show Abstract

Rutherford, R.L.  1926-05-31

REP 06

Saunders Creek and Nordegg Coal Basins, Alberta

The importance of coal deposits in Alberta is emphasized by the fact that with the exception of natural gas, almost the entire mineral production within this province is represented by coal. The revenue from petroleum is very small, and with the ... Show Abstract

Allan, J.A.  Rutherford, R.L.  1923-02-12

REP 21

Geology and Water Resources in Parts of the Peace River and Grande Prairie Districts, Alberta

The existence of these areas was known for many years, but because of the long distance from transportation facilities, settlement within them was small until the construction of the Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia railway and its branch ... Show Abstract

Rutherford, R.L.  1930-06-14

REP 19

Geology of the Area Between North Saskatchewan and McLeod Rivers, Alberta

Geology of the Area Between North Saskatchewan and McLeod Rivers, Alberta The Geological Survey Division of the Scientific and Industrial Research Council of Alberta carried out geological investigations in the foothills south of the Athabasca ... Show Abstract

Rutherford, R.L.  1928-06-01