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BUL 035

Contributions to the Hydrogeology of Alberta

Information includes map production procedures, description of reconnaissance maps and description of how the maps were used in the program. The program planned to publish hydrogeological maps of the groundwater conditions and their controlling ... Show Abstract

Toth, J.  Ozoray, G.F.  Wallick, E.I.  Bibby, R.  Gabert, G.M.  Stein, R.  Lytviak, A.T.  1977-01-01

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

BUL 061

Regional-Scale Subsurface Hydrogeology in Northeast Alberta

The hydrogeological regime of formation waters in the Phanerozoic sedimentary succession was determined for a region defined as Tp 70-103 W4 Mer (55-58 degrees;N latitude and 110-114 degrees;W longitude) in northeast Alberta, covering most of the ... Show Abstract

Bachu, S.  Underschultz, J.R.  Hitchon, B.  Cotterill, D.K.  1993-01-01

INF 091

International System (SI) of Units in Hydrogeology

International System (SI) of Units in Hydrogeology In 1970 the White Paper on Metric Conversion proposed that Canada adopt the International System of Units (SI). The proposal was accepted and the Metric Commission was established in 1971 to ... Show Abstract

Ceroici, W.J.  1980-01-01

INF 141

Energy Resources Conservation Board/Alberta Geological Survey Three-Dimensional Geological Modelling Workshop

Energy Resources Conservation Board/Alberta Geological Survey Three-Dimensional Geological Modelling Workshop To take advantage of recent advances in collecting airborne geophysical data and integrating them into three-dimensional geological models ... Show Abstract

Slattery, S.R.  Atkinson, N.  2012-08-29

MAP 121

Hydrogeological map of the Bitumount - Namur Lake area, Alberta, NTS 74E, NTS 84H

Abstract: The Hydrogeological Map Series of Alberta provides 1:250000-scale hydrogeological maps over much of Alberta.� Through the use of colour, the maps and accompanying cross-sections�indicate the likely potential long-term yield of individual water wells by location and depth.� Through the use of symbols and accompanying concentration isopleth maps, the series also conveys the general water chemistry in terms of major ionic composition of dissolved species.� The maps were intended to assist industry and members of the public to quickly ascertain the likely quantity and quality of groundwater at any location or find locations where groundwater quantity and quality could probably meet expectations.� The maps do not directly show extents, limits, thickness, or connectivity of geological bodies or layers which behave as aquifers or aquitards.� The maps do not convey any information about present groundwater use, surface-groundwater interaction, recharge rates, groundwater age,�or cumulative impacts of pumping multiple wells.� The maps do not convey any information about groundwater contamination or groundwater resource vulnerability.� The maps are provided by AGS for information only.� Because they�have never been updated or maintained since originally published, no advice is provided�by AGS on their use, interpretation,�or suitability to current applications. More information about the series can be found in:Toth, J., 1977.� The Hydrogeological Reconnaissance Maps of Alberta.� In: Alberta Research Council�Bulletin 35 - �Contributions to the Hydrogeology of Alberta, Alberta Research Council Groundwater Division, 1977, p.1-12. Place Keywords 74e 84h alberta bitumount canada namur lake Theme Keywords geology hydrogeology

Ozoray, G.F.  Hackbarth, D.A.  Lytviak, A.T.  2005-10-17

ESR 1978-06

Hydrogeology of the Bitumount-Namur Lake Area, Alberta

Over 500 igpm (38 l/sec) may be obtained near the Muskeg River from basal McMurray sands.A practical limiting factor on groundwater use is quality, as salinity of bedrock groundwater usually exceeds 2,000 mg/L and may reach 300,000 mg/L. Water from ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  Hackbarth, D.A.  Lytviak, A.T.  1980-01-01

ESR 1986-01

Alberta groundwater observation-well network

Major natural processes affecting groundwater levels include recharge and discharge of water to and from the saturated zone respectively, and movement of water in hydrodynamic flow systems. Other important processes affecting levels are atmospheric ... Show Abstract

Gabert, G.M.  1986-01-01

ESR 1972-12

A Legend and Guide for the Preparation and Use of the Alberta Hydrogeological Information and Reconnaissance Map Series

The hydrogeological mapping project undertaken by the Groundwater Division, Research Council of Alberta, created the need for a composite legend and guide for reference and use with the two map series: information and reconnaissance at scales of ... Show Abstract

Badry, A.  1972-01-01

ESR 2007-01

Buried Channels and Glacial-Drift Aquifers in the Fort McMurray Region, Northeast Alberta

The understanding of the bedrock topography, buried bedrock valleys and channels, drift thickness and glacial aquifers in the surface-mineable and in situ-recoverable oil sands north of Fort McMurray has been updated by the acquisition and ... Show Abstract

Andriashek, L.D.  Atkinson, N.  2007-03-01