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SPE 061

Phases 1 to 4 Extech Study of the Early Proterozoic Athabasca Group, Northeastern Alberta

Fifty-five diamond drillholes (DDH) within the Alberta portion of the Athabasca Basin were reviewed.The Athabasca Group is subdivided into six formations within Alberta, which are, from base to top, the Fair Point, Manitou Falls, Lazenby Lake, ... Show Abstract

Ramaekers, P.  2003-12-01

SPE 062

Development, Stratigraphy and Summary Diagenetic History of the Athabasca Basin, Early Proterozoic of Alberta and Its Relation to Uranium Potential

The Athabasca Group in Alberta was deposited between 1730 Ma and 1600 Ma in four sequences, separated by unconformities, and largely deposited in separate sub-basins, in a tectonic environment dominated by regional compressive ... Show Abstract

Ramaekers, P.  2004-01-01

BUL 064

Metallic Mineral Occurrences of the Exposed Precambrian Shield in Northeastern Alberta

Metallic Mineral Occurrences of the Exposed Precambrian Shield in Northeastern Alberta The description of 190 metallic mineral occurrences on the exposed Precambrian Shield of northeast Alberta provides models for mineral deposition, establishes ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Eccles, D.R.  1996-03-01

BUL 049

Geology of the Athabasca Group in Alberta

The Wolverine Point Formation is informally subdivided into an upper and a lower member.Petrographic studies of the Athabasca Group support the formational divisions and reveal a complex history of diagenesis. The diagenesis affected the porous ... Show Abstract

Wilson, J.A.  1985-01-01

MAP 537

Precambrian Geology of Northeastern Alberta (NTS 74M, 74L and part of 74E)

Between 1994 and 2000, the Geological Survey of Canada remapped a large portion of the Alberta shield at 1:50,000 scale and published the results as preliminary 'open file' and 'A series' maps. The legend displays samarium-neodymium ... Show Abstract

Pana, D.I.  2012-01-12

ESR 2003-01

Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Athabasca Group in the Net Lake-Maybelle River area, northeastern Alberta

Deposition of the Fair Point Formation commenced with shallow lacustrine sedimentation in fault-controlled paleovalleys that were subsequently infilled with locally derived pebble conglomerate. The overlying Manitou Falls Formation consists of a ... Show Abstract

Post, Ryan  2004-12-01

ESR 2004-01

Sequence stratigraphy and its use for uranium exploration in the western Athabasca Basin of Alberta and Saskatchewan

[...]the overlying Lower and Upper Wolverine Point sequences were probably more widespread beyond the present-day margins of the Athabasca Basin. The uppermost Locker Lake-Otherside sequence, although not complete, represents a late normal ... Show Abstract

Collier, B.  2005-05-01

ESR 1976-06

Index to Uranium Assessment Reports for Quartz Mineral Exploration Permits, Northeastern Alberta

Index to Uranium Assessment Reports for Quartz Mineral Exploration Permits, Northeastern Alberta The body of this report is a reproduction of the computer printout of a selective retrieval from the CIGD file, prepared by the Canada Centre for ... Show Abstract

Poruks, M.  Hamilton, W.N.  1976-01-01

ESR 2004-02

Preliminary Surficial Lineaments Mapping for the Maybelle River Area, Northeast Alberta, Using Remote Sensing Data

Preliminary Surficial Lineaments Mapping for the Maybelle River Area, Northeast Alberta, Using Remote Sensing Data The RADARSAT-1 images acquired by the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS) are from different incidence angles and look directions; ... Show Abstract

Mei, S.  Pana, D.I.  Fenton, M.M.  Olson, R.A.  2005-05-01

OFR 2009-12

Sandstone-Hosted Uranium in Southern Alberta: 2007 and 2008 Study Results

The most notable result of the 2007 and 2008 field programs is the discovery of a new radioactive occurrence, consisting of anomalous uranium content (158 ppm) in the siltstones of the Willow Creek Formation along the Oldman River.An automated ... Show Abstract

Matveeva, T.M.  Kafle, B.  2010-02-16