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Alberta Geological Survey Contributions to the CSPG Annual Convention June 18 - 22, 2001

Alberta Geological Survey Contributions to the CSPG Annual Convention June 18 - 22, 2001 Five presentations from Alberta Geological Survey that were presented at the 2001 CSPG Annual Convention. Place Keywords 72e 72l 72m 73d 73e 73l 73m 74d 74e ... Show Abstract

Beaton, A.P.  Chen, D.  Richardson, R.J.H.  Andriashek, L.D.  Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  Ranger, I.  Langenberg, C.W.  Hein, F.J.  Pana, C.  Lemay, T.G.  Stewart, S.A.  Campbell, J.D.  2001-06-22

GEO 2005-08

Horseshoe Canyon - Bearpaw Transition and Correlation of Associated Coal Zones across the Alberta Plains

The Horseshoe Canyon Formation contains about 40% of the total coalbed methane gas resources of the Upper Cretaceous-Tertiary succession, of which about 58% are hosted by the Drumheller and the Basal coal zones. At least five major flooding ... Show Abstract

Chen, D.  Langenberg, C.W.  Beaton, A.P.  2005-09-01

ESR 2003-04

Chemical and Physical Hydrogeology of Coal, Mixed Coal-Sandstone and Sandstone Aquifers from Coal-Bearing Formations in the Alberta Plains Region, Alberta

Chemical and Physical Hydrogeology of Coal, Mixed Coal-Sandstone and Sandstone Aquifers from Coal-Bearing Formations in the Alberta Plains Region, Alberta Natural gas from coal (NGC) exploration in Alberta is increasing as new technology and ... Show Abstract

Lemay, T.G.  2003-09-01

OFR 2013-09

Maps of Fresh Groundwater Chemistry, Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta: III - Upper 50 Metres of the Horseshoe Canyon Aquifer

Maps of Fresh Groundwater Chemistry, Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta: III - Upper 50 Metres of the Horseshoe Canyon Aquifer In 2008, Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), in collaboration with Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development ... Show Abstract

Barker, A.A.  Moktan, H.  Huff, G.F.  Stewart, S.A.  2013-08-01

OFR 2013-10

Maps of Fresh Groundwater Chemistry, Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta: IV - Upper 50 to 100 Metres of the Horseshoe Canyon Aquifer

Maps of Fresh Groundwater Chemistry, Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta: IV - Upper 50 to 100 Metres of the Horseshoe Canyon Aquifer In 2008, Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), in collaboration with Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource ... Show Abstract

Barker, A.A.  Moktan, H.  Huff, G.F.  Stewart, S.A.  2013-08-01

OFR 2009-17

Preliminary Results of Sediment and Bedrock Coring in the Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Central Alberta

After many years of working together on groundwater-related projects, Alberta Geological Survey and Alberta Environment entered into a partnership to map groundwater resources in Alberta. The Edmonton-Calgary Corridor (ECC) in Central Alberta, ... Show Abstract

Riddell, J.T.F.  Andriashek, L.D.  Jean, G.  Slattery, S.R.  2009-12-21

OFR 2011-08

Tops of the Horseshoe Canyon, Wapiti and Battle Formations in the West-Central Alberta Plains: Subsurface Stratigraphic Picks and Modelled Surface

Tops of the Horseshoe Canyon, Wapiti and Battle Formations in the West-Central Alberta Plains: Subsurface Stratigraphic Picks and Modelled Surface Representative geophysical logs are included to demonstrate the criteria used to make picks and to ... Show Abstract

Hathway, B.  2011-07-21

OFR 1989-07

Evaluation of the Coal Resources of the Horseshoe Canyon Formation and Laterally Equivalent Strata, to a Depth of 400 m, in the Alberta Plains Area

The major objectives of the program were to - evaluate the coal resources of the plains region of Alberta south of Township 64, from the near surface to depths of about 400 m; and- develop an understanding of the sedimentological and stratigraphic ... Show Abstract

McCabe, P.J.  Strobl, R.S.  MacDonald, D.E.  Nurkowski, J.R.  Bosman, A.  1989-03-01

OFR 1976-16

Geology and Coal Resources of the Horseshoe Canyon Formation of Central Alberta

The Horseshoe Canyon Formation includes numerous beds of subbituminous coal within the lowermost 400 to 50 feet which can only be correlated on a regional basis with great difficulty. The Drumheller equivalent is stratigraphically lower and may be ... Show Abstract

Holter, M.E.  Chu, M.  Yurko, J.R.  1976-01-01

OFR 1980-10

Geology and Coal Resources of the Upper Part of the Horseshoe Canyon Formation

The upper Horseshoe Canyon Formation in the Red Deer area is studied to determine successive depositional environments and to relate these environments to the development of Carbon and Thompson coals. The succeeding coal-bearing sequence ... Show Abstract

Nurkowski, J.R.  1980-01-01