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REP 75

Middle Albian Foraminifera from Athabasca and Peace River Drainage Areas of Western Canada

Fifty-nine species and subspecies of Foraminifera, of which ten are new, from the Clearwater, Grand Rapids and Joli Fou formations of the lower Athabasca drainage and from the lower part of the Fort St. John Group of the upper Peace River area are ... Show Abstract

Stelck, C.R.  Wall, J.H.  Bahan W.G.  Martin L.J  1956-01-01

REP 58

The Components of the Bitumen in Athabasca Bituminous Sand and Their Significance in the Hot Water Separation Process

The Components of the Bitumen in Athabasca Bituminous Sand and Their Significance in the Hot Water Separation Process Judging from the proportions of the components and the ultimate analyses, the bitumen throughout the Athabasca bituminous sand ... Show Abstract

Pasternack, D.S.  Clark, K.A.  1951-01-30

REP 07

An Occurrence of Iron on Lake Athabasca

An Occurrence of Iron on Lake Athabasca The occurrence of iron-bearing rocks has been reported from time to time along the north shore of Lake Athabasca, since J.B. Tyrrell made the earliest geological surveys of that district in 1893. In 1921 ... Show Abstract

Allan, J.A.  Cameron, A.R.  1923-02-07

REP 57

Determination of the Viscosities and Specific Gravities of the Oils in Samples of Athabasca Bituminous Sand

The difficulty of making viscosity and specific gravity determinations on the oil in Athabasca bituminous sand is that there is no method available for getting the oil out of the sand without altering it. A method of extracting the oil from the ... Show Abstract

Ward, S.H.  Clark, K.A.  1950-03-01

REP 53

The Role of Very Fine Mineral Matter in the Hot Water Separation Process as Applied to Athabasca Bituminous Sand

The clay present in bituminous sand as a natural constituent plays a key role in the hot water separation process. Some clay is necessary for satisfactory results; more than enough decreases the yield of oil. When bituminous sand is mixed and ... Show Abstract

Clark, K.A.  Pasternack, D.S.  1949-03-01

BUL 038

The Hydrogeology of the Athabasca Oil Sands Area, Alberta

West of the fault, three hydrostratigraphic units are defined: 1.The K-O hydrostratigraphic unit, consisting of Holocene and Cretaceous sediments, is characterized by alternating vertical and horizontal groundwater flow controlled by zones of low ... Show Abstract

Hackbarth, D.A.  Nastasa, N.  1979-01-01

ESR 2006-08

Subsurface geology and facies characterization of the Athabasca Wabiskaw-McMurray succession: Firebag-Sunrise area, northeastern Alberta (NTS 74D/74E)

Subsurface geology and facies characterization of the Athabasca Wabiskaw-McMurray succession: The present study is an extension of previous ongoing work in the Surface Mineable Area (SMA) of the Athabasca oil sands deposit by the Alberta Geological ... Show Abstract

Hein, F.J.  Cotterill, D.K.  Weiss, J.A.  Berhane, H.  2007-01-01

ESR 1972-10

Coal Occurrences Athabasca-Smith Area, Alberta

Coal Occurrences Athabasca-Smith Area, Alberta The Athabasca-Smith area, Alberta, which lies between longitudes 113� and 114� 15' west, and latitudes 54� 30' and 55� 15' north, is underlain by the Upper Cretaceous shaly, marine ... Show Abstract

Campbell, J.D.  1972-01-01

DIG 2009-0021

Metallic Mineral Occurrences of the Exposed Precambrian Shield in Northeastern Alberta, NTS 74E, L, M (GIS data, point features)

Metallic Mineral Occurrences of the Exposed Precambrian Shield in Northeastern Alberta, NTS 74E, L, M (GIS data, point features) Alberta Geological Survey Bulletin 64 documents 190 metallic mineral occurrences. The description of these 190 ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Eccles, D.R.  2009-10-26