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ESR 1969-01

Groundwater Chemistry and Hydrology of the Handhills Lake Area, Alberta

The Edmonton Formation, a series of alternating lenticular beds of argillaceous sandstone, shale, and coal which immediately overlies the Bearpaw Formation, is found throughout most of the area and forms the greater part of the framework through ... Show Abstract

Vandenberg, A.  Lennox, D.H.  1969-01-01

OFR 1969-02

Groundwater Exploration Project Near Fox Creek, Alberta, Phase 2

Groundwater Exploration Project Near Fox Creek, Alberta, Phase 2 The first phase, conducted by R. J. Clissold, consisted of field mapping of surficial groundwater phenomena, collection of water samples for chemical analysis, and the drilling and ... Show Abstract

Vandenberg, A.  1969-05-01

OFR 1967-03

Contamination of Shallow Aquifers Caused by the Injection of Brines for Secondary Recovery, Pembina Oil Field, Alberta, 48-9-W5

Contamination of Shallow Aquifers Caused by the Injection of Brines for Secondary Recovery, Pembina Oil Field, Alberta, 48-9-W5 Water flooding operations in the Pembina Oil Field are partly carried out with oil field brines recovered elsewhere in ... Show Abstract

Vandenberg, A.  1967-10-01

OFR 1967-04

Three Hills Pump Test, November, 1967

The test was run from November 2 to November 9, 1967 for a total of 168 hours; the pumping rate fluctuated between 44 igpm and 51 igpm but remained between 44 igpm and 49.5 igpm for the greater part of the test. Regular water-level measurements ... Show Abstract

Vandenberg, A.  1967-11-01

OFR 1962-02

Stettler Groundwater Exploration Program, 1962, 38-20-W4

In the summer of 1962, the Research Council of Alberta was approached by the Town of Stettler about additional groundwater exploration in the Stettler area, with a view on the future growth of the town and in anticipation of the steadily growing ... Show Abstract

Vandenberg, A.  1962-01-01

OFR 1966-04

Pump Test of an Alluvial Aquifer at Redcliff (and results), 13-6-W4

[...]a supply, if feasible, could yield water in amounts capable of meeting municipal and industrial demands.The test involved, in addition to the pumped well, four observation wells. The remaining test data indicated that there was no perceptible ... Show Abstract

Vandenberg, A.  1966-10-01