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REP 14

Analyses of Alberta Coal

For each area, or district, a typical analysis is given, also maximum and minimum values to indicate the range of variations from the typical. The notes on page 18 should be studied carefully in order that the significance of the analyses may be ... Show Abstract

Stansfield, E.  Hollies, R.T.  Campbell, W.P.  1925-09-21

REP 35

Coals of Alberta, Their Occurrence, Analysis and Utilization

Coals of Alberta, Their Occurrence, Analysis and Utilization Coal-bearing beds in Alberta occur in three different geological horizons namely, the Edmonton, the Belly River, and the Blairmore-Kootenay. The first two horizons are in the Upper ... Show Abstract

Stansfield, E.  Lang, W.A.  1943-01-01

INF 113

Map Analysis Techniques for Land Use Planning (Matlup)

The availability of water supply, water quality issues and land-use bylaws were key determinants in land parcel assessment.A land0use model was designed that used the AHP results and land-referenced data to calculate feedlot suitability ratings for ... Show Abstract

Barlow, F.D.  1991-03-01

INF 013

Analysis of Power Costs in the Province of Alberta

Analysis of Power Costs in the Province of Alberta The object of this report is to compare the costs of power generation by the following methods: hydro, coal steam, gas steam, oil steam, gas turbine, and oil and gas diesel.In the near future ... Show Abstract

Armstrong, D.E.  McClary, R.E.  1952-06-01

ESR 1964-01

Analysis of Silicate Rocks. Part 1: Routine Determination of Major Constituents

The analytical methods described in this report are those used in the Chemistry Laboratory of the Geology Division of the Research Council of Alberta for the routine analysis of silicate rocks. Methods are given for the determination of SiO2, ... Show Abstract

Rigg, T.  Wagenbauer, H.A.  1964-01-01

OFR 1995-08

Mineral Aggregate Commodity Analysis

Alberta is not mature in terms of mineral aggregate: legislative procedures are incomplete, a resource inventory is not in place, and the industry and public concerns are still at a sparring stage. The mineral aggregate sector in Alberta is ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  1995-01-01