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MAP 605

Relative Landslide Susceptibility Model of the Alberta Plains and Shield Regions

[...]the model results should not be interpreted for the purpose of site-specific landslide identification, landslide activity assessment, or landslide hazard appraisal. The evaluation methodology used for this model does not assess the effect of ... Show Abstract

Chao, D.K.  Pawley, S.  Hartman, G.M.D.  2016-12-15

ESR 2002-04

Hydrogeology and Stress Regime of the Upper Cretaceous-Tertiary Coal-Bearing Strata in Alberta

The flow of formation waters in these strata is driven by gravity (topography) and erosional rebound, and is controlled by rock absolute permeability, gas generation and capillary pressure to gas (relative permeability). The gas content of the coal ... Show Abstract

Bachu, S.  Michael, K.  2002-10-01

SPE 103

Diamond Potential in Alberta: Distribution of Kimberlite and Kimberlite Indicator Mineral Clusters

Diamond Potential in Alberta: Distribution of Kimberlite and Kimberlite Indicator Mineral Clusters The specific purpose of this report was to provide geoscience information on Alberta's diamond potential to help guide land-use planning. Two known ... Show Abstract

Banas, A.  Eccles, D.R.  Dufresne, M.B.  2016-07-20

DIG 2016-0044

Relative Landslide Susceptibility Model of the Alberta Plains and Shield Regions (gridded data, geotiff format)

Importantly, it does not evaluate the probability of landslide occurrence over any specific period of time, nor does it evaluate the magnitude or impact of any potential landslide activity. [...]the model results should not be interpreted for the ... Show Abstract

Pawley, S.  Hartman, G.M.D.  Chao, D.K.  2016-12-15

MAP 032

Uppermost Cretaceous and Tertiary Strata of Central and Southern Alberta

The mapped formations are, from youngest to oldest: St. Mary River, Edmonton, Eastend, Willow Creek, Paskapoo, Ravenscrag, Porcupine Hills, Cypress Hills and Handhills. Place Keywords alberta canada 72e 72l 72m 73d 73e 72l 73m 82g 82h 82i 82j 82n ... Show Abstract

Carrigy, M.A.  1971-01-01

DIG 2016-0038

Pick Elevations for the Bedrock Topography of the Alberta Plains (tabular data, tab delimited format)

Pick Elevations for the Bedrock Topography of the Alberta Plains (tabular data, tab delimited format) The bedrock topography of Alberta is the surface of the top of Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene bedrock, and reveals geomorphic features created by ... Show Abstract

Lyster, S.  MacCormack, K.E.  Atkinson, N.  2016-06-10

DIG 2016-0009

Mercury Porosimetry Data of Alberta Geological Units for Shale- and Siltstone-Hosted Hydrocarbon Evaluation (tabular data, tab-delimited format)

Mercury Porosimetry Data of Alberta Geological Units for Shale- and Siltstone-Hosted Hydrocarbon Evaluation (tabular data, tab-delimited format) The strata evaluated include the following units: basal Banff Formation, Colorado Group, Montney ... Show Abstract

Rokosh, C.D.  Crocq, C.S.  Pawlowicz, J.G.  Brazzoni, T.  2016-06-10

DIG 2016-0039

Bedrock Topography of Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format)

The bedrock topography of Alberta is the surface of the top of Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene bedrock, and reveals geomorphic features created by Paleogene to Recent river systems and Quaternary glaciation. The quality of this data has been ... Show Abstract

MacCormack, K.E.  Lyster, S.  Atkinson, N.  2016-06-10

DIG 2016-0001

Inorganic Geochemistry of Alberta Geological Units for Shale- and Siltstone-Hosted Hydrocarbon Evaluation (tabular data, tab-delimited format)

Inorganic Geochemistry of Alberta Geological Units for Shale- and Siltstone-Hosted Hydrocarbon Evaluation (tabular data, tab-delimited format) The strata evaluated include the following units: basal Banff Formation Colorado Group Duvernay Formation ... Show Abstract

Rokosh, C.D.  Crocq, C.S.  Pawlowicz, J.G.  Brazzoni, T.  2016-07-13

DIG 2016-0040

Compilation of In Situ Stress Data from Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia (tabular data, tab delimited)

Understanding the state of stress in the subsurface has always been important in the development of energy resources. The recent development of unconventional oil sand and low permeability hydrocarbon deposits, waste fluid disposal, greenhouse gas ... Show Abstract

Haug, K.  Bell, J.S.  2016-08-09

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