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ESR 1958-02

Industrial Minerals of Alberta

Industrial minerals form an integral part of an expanding industrial economy, and an adequate and accessible supply is essential for the full development of any region. Because of comparatively low value per unit weight or volume, evaluation of ... Show Abstract

Govett, G.J.S.  Byrne, P.J.S.  1958-01-01

MAP 222

Preglacial sand and gravel deposits, Central Alberta

Preglacial sand and gravel deposits, Central Alberta The identifiers are keyed to tabular data about each deposit, including area name, NTS mapsheet, elevation, distance from foothills, distance from 60 degrees north latitude, regional or ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  Eccles, D.R.  Boisvert, D.R.  Miller, S.A.  2005-10-17

MAP 286

Sand and Gravel Deposits with Aggregate Potential, Winefred Lake, Alberta (NTS 73M)

The map is a compilation of all existing Alberta Geological Survey sand and gravel geology and resource data for the NTS area. Data sources include Alberta Geological Survey maps and reports produced between 1976 and 2002. The deposit colour ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  Budney, H.D.  Berezniuk, T.  Butkovic, L.  2007-03-28

MAP 389

Aggregate Resources Winefred Lake (NTS 73M)

The character of the material (ratio of sand to gravel and amount of fines) in the deposit is described and its attributes may be shown, such as the geological process that formed each deposit and deposit thickness. [...]this map displays the ... Show Abstract

Scafe, D.W.  Edwards, W.A.D.  Boisvert, D.R.  2009-07-29

OFR 1995-08

Mineral Aggregate Commodity Analysis

Alberta is not mature in terms of mineral aggregate: legislative procedures are incomplete, a resource inventory is not in place, and the industry and public concerns are still at a sparring stage. The mineral aggregate sector in Alberta is ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  1995-01-01

OFR 1989-13

Bibliographic Index and Overview of Aggregate Resource Publications

Production of sand and gravel in Alberta is recorded as early as 1922 when $222, 091 was produced (Research Council of Alberta, 1934). The overall importance and demand for gravel and concern about dwindling supplies has long been understood by the ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  Chao, D.K.  9118-02-10

OFR 1975-25

Sand & Gravel and Peat Moss Development Possibilities for Northern Albertans

Sand & Gravel and Peat Moss Development Possibilities for Northern Albertans Both also have broadly similar problems and procedures in development.Our approach for dealing with these subjects is for me to first give a brief and general overview of ... Show Abstract

Hamilton, W.N.  1975-11-26

DIG 2015-0027

Surficial Sand and Gravel Deposits of Alberta: Digital Mosaic (GIS data, polygon features)

Attributes within this table comprise: (1) an approximation of the material type (MATERIAL); (2) the aerial proportion that this material represents of the polygon, as a percentage (PROPORTION); (3) an indication of whether the sand and gravel unit ... Show Abstract

Pawley, S.M.  Atkinson, N.  Kendall, A.N.  Utting, D.J.  2015-07-06

DIG 2004-0034

Alberta Sand and Gravel Deposits with Aggregate Potential (GIS data, polygon features)

Alberta Sand and Gravel Deposits with Aggregate Potential (GIS data, polygon features) Data sources include Alberta Geological Survey maps and reports produced between 1976 and 2006. References are provided as an attribute so the user can refer ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  Budney, H.D.  2009-08-21