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SPE 002

Coal Energy: Power from the Past, An Educational Resource with Teacher's Resource Book

Coal Energy: Power from the Past, An Educational Resource with Teacher's Resource Book The booklet, Coal Energy: Power From the Past, and the accompanying teacher's resource book were produced as part of a six week project through the Alberta ... Show Abstract

Doran, D.  Chakrabartty, S.K.  1959-12-01

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 46

Alberta Coals and Automatic Domestic Stokers

Laboratory investigation and questionnaire as sources of information. -- In 1942 the Research Council of Alberta decided to carry out an investigation on the suitability of Alberta coals for use in automatic domestic stokers; and funds for this ... Show Abstract

Stansfield, E.  Genge, C.A.  1945-03-01

REP 35

Coals of Alberta, Their Occurrence, Analysis and Utilization

Coals of Alberta, Their Occurrence, Analysis and Utilization Coal-bearing beds in Alberta occur in three different geological horizons namely, the Edmonton, the Belly River, and the Blairmore-Kootenay. The first two horizons are in the Upper ... Show Abstract

Stansfield, E.  Lang, W.A.  1943-01-01

REP 14

Analyses of Alberta Coal

For each area, or district, a typical analysis is given, also maximum and minimum values to indicate the range of variations from the typical. The notes on page 18 should be studied carefully in order that the significance of the analyses may be ... Show Abstract

Stansfield, E.  Hollies, R.T.  Campbell, W.P.  1925-09-21

REP 48

Geology and coal occurrences of Wapiti-Cutbank area, Alberta

Geology and coal occurrences of Wapiti-Cutbank area, Alberta The fuel requirements in this part of Alberta have been supplied largely with coal transported from other districts in Alberta. The coal production, most of which comes from small mines ... Show Abstract

Allan, J.A.  Carr, J.L.  1946-03-01

BUL 050

Petrographic studies of coals from Alberta plains

Eleven coal regions in the Alberta plains, identified suitable as feedstock for on-site conversion by liquefaction and pyrolysis, were analyzed for their petrographic composition and rank determination by reflectance analysis. Reflectivities ... Show Abstract

Parkash, S.  1985-01-01

BUL 056

Deformed Lower Cretaceous coal-bearing strata of the Grande Cache area, Alberta

The Lower Cretaceous Luscar Group includes a thin basal conglomerate (Cadomin Formation), a predominantly non marine sandstone and shale unit that locally contains coal (Gladstone Formation), a shallow marine shale and sandstone unit (Moosebar ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Kalkreuth, W.D.  Wrightson, C.B.  1987-01-01

BUL 034

Physical Environment of an Abandoned Strip Mine Near Cadomin, Alberta

An investigation of revegetation at an abandoned coal strip mine near Cadomin, Alberta, shows that soil moisture deficiency and wind are ajor factors inhibiting plant growth on disturbed ground in this area. Suggested remedial measures include ... Show Abstract

Root, J.D.  1976-01-01

BUL 040

The Effects of Surface Mining of Coal on Water Chemistry near Grande Cache, Alberta

Relative amounts of sodium, potassium, chloride, and nitrate are less than 6 percent of the ions. pH ranges between 7.6 and 8.2.The effects of mining activity on water quality vary in intensity, but follow a consistent pattern. The concentration of ... Show Abstract

Hackbarth, D.A.  1980-01-01