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Geoscape Edmonton

The valley also is a window into Edmonton�s geological landscape or geoscape. In our geoscape, we see geological forces carving the valley and creating resources and hazards, geological layers opened like the pages of a book for reading and a ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  Magee, D.  Langenberg, C.W.  Grobe, M.  Mussieux, R.  2002-01-01

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

GEO 2004-01

Desorption and Adsorption of Coal in the Coal Valley area, Alberta Foothills

Desorption of 16 samples from the Val d'Or coal seam of the Coalspur Formation revealed an average dry-ash-free gas content of 5.59 cc/g. Proximate analysis and vitrinite reflectance measurements indicate a high-volatile bituminous C rank for these ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  2004-09-01

ESR 2001-06

Three-Dimensional Geometry of Fluvial-Estuarine Oil Sand Deposits of the Clarke Creek Area (NTS 74D), Northeastern Alberta

Integration of subsurface data shows that seismic surveys give an accurate three-dimensional picture of the various structures in the subsurface. A channel complex is a lithofacies package defined by major bounding surfaces, with genetically ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Hein, F.J.  Berhane, H.  2001-09-01

ESR 2005-02

Deep Structures and Their Possible Impact on Sediment Deposition and Natural Gas Production, Medicine River Area, West-Central Alberta: Stratigraphic Framework Review, 2005

Deep Structures and Their Possible Impact on Sediment Deposition and Natural Gas Production, Medicine River Area, West-Central Alberta: Stratigraphic Framework Review, 2005 The picking protocol of the 41 correlation markers is briefly described, ... Show Abstract

Chen, D.  Parks, K.  Langenberg, C.W.  Berhane, H.  Stewart, S.A.  2005-10-01

ESR 1989-02

A regional Evaluation of Coal Quality in the Foothills/Mountains Region of Alberta

Proximate and ultimate analysis variables, plus some vitrinite reflectance and maceral analyses, are examined for the Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous Kootenay Group, Lower Cretaceous Luscar Group, the Lower Paleocene Coalspur Formation, and the Upper ... Show Abstract

MacDonald, D.E.  Langenberg, C.W.  Gentzis, T.  1989-01-01

ESR 2000-03

Remnants of (Possibly Diamondiferous) Ultramafic Igneous Rocks in Bedrock of the Kakwa/Wapiti area, West Central Alberta

Remnants of (Possibly Diamondiferous) Ultramafic Igneous Rocks in Bedrock of the Kakwa/Wapiti area, West Central Alberta Bedrock sampling at 23 sites, heavy mineral separation and microprobing confirmed that indicator minerals of ultramafic igneous ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Skupinski, A.  Beaton, A.P.  2000-01-01

ESR 1989-01

Coal Quality variation in the Cadomin-Luscar coalfield, Alberta

The economic Jewel Seam forms part of the Lower Cretaceous Gates Formation and has a stratigraphic thickness of 10 m. Its depositional setting was on a coastal plain, well removed from marine clastic influences. Shortening of the strata by folding ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  MacDonald, D.E.  Kalkreuth, W.D.  Strobl, R.S.  1989-01-01

ESR 2000-06

Regional Geology of the Upper Blairmore Group and Bow Island Formation: a Subsurface Study in Southwestern Alberta

Log criteria for the distinction of marine and non-marine units included: the type of vertical changes in grain size (i.e. dominantly fining-upwards for non-marine; coarsening-upwards for marine) and the degree of lateral continuity of correlatable ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Hein, F.J.  Bieber, K.  Losert, J.  Berhane, H.  Cotterill, D.K.  2000-01-01

ESR 2001-19

Regional Evaluation of the Coal-Bed Methane Potential of the Foothills/Mountains of Alberta

For coal-bed methane (CBM) evaluation purposes, they can be divided into shallow (200 to 2500 m depth) and deep (over 2500 m depth) coal zones. [...]the total ultimate CBM resource could be about 143 Tcf. The best potential for coalbed methane in ... Show Abstract

Beaton, A.P.  Berhane, H.  Langenberg, C.W.  2002-01-30