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Sylvan Lake Sub-Basin Hydrostratigraphic Model - Net-to-Gross Sandstone Distribution for the Paskapoo Formation - Lower Composite Slice, Central Alberta (Gridded data, ASCII format)

Sylvan Lake Sub-Basin Hydrostratigraphic Model - Net-to-Gross Sandstone Distribution for the Paskapoo Formation - Lower Composite Slice, Central Alberta (Gridded data, ASCII format) The Lower Composite Slice is one of three distinct geological ... Show Abstract

2016-03-14

ESR 1976-04

Hydrogeology of the Grande Prairie Area, Alberta

The Grande Prairie map area is located between longitudes 118 degrees west and 120 degrees west and latitudes 55 degrees north and 56 degrees north. Precipitation is about 18 inches (46 cm) annually while the potential evapotranspiration is about ... Show Abstract

Hackbarth, D.A.  1977-01-01

ESR 1976-02

Hydrogeology of the Iosegun Lake area, Alberta

The drift thickness may exceed 200 feet (60 m) in the area of Little Smoky River where thick buried valley sand forms an important aquifer from which yields in excess of 25 igpm (2 l/sec) are common. A continental sandstone-shale sequence, the ... Show Abstract

Tokarsky, O.  1977-01-01

ESR 1978-06

Hydrogeology of the Bitumount-Namur Lake Area, Alberta

The hydrogeology of the uppermost 1000 feet (305 m) of strata in the Bitumount and Namur Lake areas is characterized by 20-year safe yields generally over 5 igpm (about 0.4 l/sec). Over 500 igpm (38 l/sec) may be obtained near the Muskeg River from ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  Hackbarth, D.A.  Lytviak, A.T.  1980-01-01

ESR 1976-05

Hydrogeology of the Mount Robson-Wapiti area, Alberta

Flow systems are thought to be generally shallow and are bounded by major thrust fault zones which form highly permeable conduits for groundwater movement in both horizontal and vertical planes. Discharge from shallow bedrock aquifers is most ... Show Abstract

Barnes, R.G.  1977-01-01

ESR 1977-02

Hydrogeology of the Calgary-Golden area, Alberta

All of the best aquifers the Paleozoic limestones, Paskapoo sandstones and shales, and the Quaternary sands and gravels are very capricious and uneven in yield, depending on the presence or absence of karstic solution channels or fracturing, the ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  Barnes, R.G.  1978-01-01

ESR 1975-02

Hydrogeology of the Medicine Hat area, Alberta

Hydrogeology of the Medicine Hat area, Alberta The Medicine Hat map area is predominantly flat, with rolling hills in the central, eastern and northern parts of the region; the South Saskatchewan, Red Deer and Bow Rivers cut deeply incised valleys ... Show Abstract

Stevenson, D.R.  Borneuf, D.M.  1977-01-01

ESR 1976-03

Hydrogeology of the Whitecourt area, Alberta

The drift thickness may exceed 100 feet (30 m) in places in the southern, southeastern and eastern parts of the area in buried valleys. Two formations, both continental shale-sand sequences, the Paskapoo Formation of Paleocene-Late Cretaceous age, ... Show Abstract

Alberta Research Council  1977-01-01

ESR 1977-05

Hydrogeology of the Brazeau-Canoe River area, Alberta

Lithology, geologic structure, topographic position and climate are the major elements of the hydrogeological regime.Within the Rocky Mountain Main Ranges and Front Ranges limestone and dolomite are the dominant rock types. The valley floors serve ... Show Abstract

Barnes, R.G.  1978-01-01

ESR 1974-09

Hydrogeology of the Gleichen Area, Alberta

The hydrogeology of the uppermost 1000 feet (about 300m) of strata in the Gleichen area is described. Maps and profiles were constructed from existing data and from data collected by a field survey and drilling and testing operations. The best ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  Lytviak, A.T.  1974-01-01