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ESR 2007-10

Sandstone-Hosted Uranium Potential of Southern Alberta Preliminary Assessment

Sandstone-hosted uranium, the past and present exploration model, is a type of deposit that hosts 30 per cent of world uranium reserves (International Atomic Energy Agency, 2003). The geological setting of southern Alberta has much in common with ... Show Abstract

Matveeva, T.M.  Anderson, S.D.A.  2007-11-01

ESR 2003-04

Chemical and Physical Hydrogeology of Coal, Mixed Coal-Sandstone and Sandstone Aquifers from Coal-Bearing Formations in the Alberta Plains Region, Alberta

Natural gas from coal (NGC) exploration in Alberta is increasing as new technology and economic factors combine to enhance the attractiveness of this unconventional gas resource. Ongoing research to asses the effect of NGC production on water ... Show Abstract

Lemay, T.G.  2003-09-01

ESR 1962-03

Reconnaissance groundwater survey of the Oyen map area, Alberta

Reconnaissance groundwater survey of the Oyen map area, Alberta Most wells in the Oyen area obtain domestic or farm supplies from sand and gravel within glacial deposits, from sandstones in the Edmonton or Bearpaw formations, or from deeply buried ... Show Abstract

Kunkle, G.R.  1962-01-01

BUL 004

The Clay Mineralogy and Chemistry of the Bearpaw Formation of Southern Alberta

No significant relationships were found between the clay mineralogy of the shales and the distance to the ancient shoreline.Samples were also collected across the formational contact between the marine Bearpaw formation and the underlying non-marine ... Show Abstract

Byrne, P.J.S.  Farvolden, R.N.  1959-01-01

GEO 2005-08

Horseshoe Canyon - Bearpaw Transition and Correlation of Associated Coal Zones across the Alberta Plains

The Horseshoe Canyon Formation contains about 40% of the total coalbed methane gas resources of the Upper Cretaceous-Tertiary succession, of which about 58% are hosted by the Drumheller and the Basal coal zones. At least five major flooding ... Show Abstract

Chen, D.  Langenberg, C.W.  Beaton, A.P.  2005-09-01

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

DIG 2014-0009

Bedrock Geology of Southeastern Alberta (NTS 72E, 72L, 73D, and 73E) (GIS data, polygon features)

Bedrock Geology of Southeastern Alberta (NTS 72E, 72L, 73D, and 73E) (GIS data, polygon features) Mapping included field observations and creating three-dimensional models of subsurface stratigraphy based on the interpretation of geophysical logs ... Show Abstract

Glombick, P.M.  2014-04-02

REP 91

Regional Geological and Hydrogeological Characterization of the Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor in the South Saskatchewan Regional Planning Area

In partnership with Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP), the Alberta Energy Regulator/Alberta Geological Survey (AER/AGS) undertook a study in the Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor (CLC) area of southern Alberta to support the development and ... Show Abstract

Atkinson, L.A.  Liggett, J.E.  Hartman, G.M.D.  Nakevska, N.  Mei, S.  MacCormack, K.E.  Palombi, D.  2017-02-24

MAP 567

Bedrock Geology of the Medicine Hat Area (NTS 72L)

Exposed bedrock in the area is composed dominantly of Upper Cretaceous clastic sedimentary rocks of the Bearpaw Formation, Belly River Group, and the Lea Park Formation. Additional data points were obtained from measured outcrop sections, ... Show Abstract

Glombick, P.M.  2014-04-02

MAP 568

Bedrock Geology of the Foremost Area (NTS 72E)

The Eastend, Whitemud, Battle, Frenchman, and Ravenscrag, and Cypress Hills formations are restricted to the Cypress Hills, a topographically high region located along the eastern margin of the map sheet.The Belly River Group is comprised of the ... Show Abstract

Glombick, P.M.  2014-04-02