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BUL 007

Occurence and Stratigraphy of some Gypsum and Anhydrite deposits in Alberta

Triassic gypsum deposits are present at Mowitch Creek and Fetherstonhaugh Creek in the Rocky Mountains north of Jasper.; both these deposits are tentatively correlated with the subsurface Upper Triassic evaporitic Charlie Lake formation of the Peace ... Show Abstract

Govett, G.J.S.  1961-01-01

BUL 050

Petrographic studies of coals from Alberta plains

Eleven coal regions in the Alberta plains, identified suitable as feedstock for on-site conversion by liquefaction and pyrolysis, were analyzed for their petrographic composition and rank determination by reflectance analysis. Reflectivities ... Show Abstract

Parkash, S.  1985-01-01

BUL 019

Geometric Coefficients for use in Numerical Resistivity Analysis

In the direct methods, the solution is arrived at by numerical manipulation of the field data.Ideally, a direct method would lead to a complete three-dimensional picture of the resistivity or conductivity distribution for the subsurface volume or ... Show Abstract

Bukhari, S.A.  Lennox, D.H.  1966-01-01

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 026

Some Characteristics and Physical Properties of Alberta Tills

Maps depicting the regional variation in the chemical and mineralogical composition, and physical properties of tills from throughout the plains region of Alberta were prepared by a computer with an attached plotter.The chemical constituents and ... Show Abstract

Bayrock, L.A.  Pawluk, S.  1969-01-01

BUL 025

Microfloral Diagnosis of the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary, Central Alberta

A new approach to classification, based mainly on details of wall stratification, is used in discriminating among eight new species of Azolla.Three microfloral 'zones' defined mainly by the distribution of vertically restricted species have been ... Show Abstract

Snead, R.G.  1969-01-01

BUL 027

Lithostratigraphy of the Uppermost Cretaceous (Lance) and Paleocene Strata of the Alberta Plains

In Alberta relatively undisturbed non-marine Cretaceous and Paleocene strata are preserved as a westerly dipping homoclinical wedge of sediment east of the Rocky Mountain Foothills, analogous to the molasse facies bordering the European Alps. The ... Show Abstract

Carrigy, M.A.  1971-01-01

BUL 004

The Clay Mineralogy and Chemistry of the Bearpaw Formation of Southern Alberta

No significant relationships were found between the clay mineralogy of the shales and the distance to the ancient shoreline.Samples were also collected across the formational contact between the marine Bearpaw formation and the underlying non-marine ... Show Abstract

Byrne, P.J.S.  Farvolden, R.N.  1959-01-01

BUL 037

Estimating Sustainable Yield to a Well in Heterogenous Strata

In Alberta, aquifers are heterogeneous, so current methods of predicting sustainable yields are inappropriate. Even the common term transmissivity is not applicable and should be replaced by the new term transmissive capacity, which takes into ... Show Abstract

Bibby, R.  1979-01-01

BUL 062

Industrial Mineral Potential of Alberta Formation Waters

Abstract: Nearly 130 000 analyses of formation waters from Alberta and adjacent areas were searched for contents of Ca, Mg, K, Br, I and Li exceeding specified regional exploration thresholds. The 5280 analyses meeting these criteria comprise the formation water industrial mineral data base, of which only 79 show these components xceeding the detailed exploration thresholds (Ca 60 000 mg/l, Mg 9000 mg/l, K 10 000 mg/l, Br 3000 mg/l, 1 100 mg/l, Li 75 mg/l). Concentration contour maps and data-point distribution maps identified areas and aquifers for which resource estimation was ustified. Using information from well logs, drillstem tests and core analyses, areas were identified in each target aquifer which met the combined criteria of exceeding the detailed exploration threshold for element concentration as well as aquifer thickness (>10m), porosity (>5%) and permeability (>10-14 m2, 10 millidarcies). Resource estimates were made, and are compiled, for these identified reas and aquifers. The estimates are based on element concentrations and water producibility alone, and indicate only a potential to be of economic interest; no implication with respect to economic recoverability should be construed. In view of the present market conditions, and taking into account comparisons with commercial operations elsewhere in the world, it is suggested that of the element concentrations found in Alberta formation waters only that of Li may be of additional interest at this time because contents are similar to those of the major USA producer. The study recommends that industry continue to analyze formation waters for Ca, Mg, Br, I and Li in selected aquifers and areas. Place Keywords 72e 72l 72m 73d 73e 73l 73m 74d 74e 74l 74m 82g 82h 82i 82j 82n 82o 82p 83a 83b 83c 83d 83e 83f 83g 83h 83i 83j 83k 83l 83m 83n 83o 83p 84a 84b 84c 84d 84e 84f 84g 84h 84i 84j 84k 84l 84m 84n 84o 84p alberta Theme Keywords formation waters industrial mineral potential precambrian

Hitchon, B.  Bachu, S.  Underschultz, J.R.  Yuan, L.P.  1995-01-01

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