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INF 143

Hydrogeological Field Notes by Dr. Jozsef Toth 1964-1969, Central and Southern Alberta

Three parallel lines, 50 km apart, were drawn in a southwest to northeast direction on 10 1:250 000 maps, parallel to the structural dip of the Alberta basin. The reason for keeping the text as original as possible is that it is a rare opportunity ... Show Abstract

Toth, J.  2014-08-22

ESR 1979-06

Hydrogeology of the Edmonton area (southeast segment), Alberta

Within these deposits, aquifers consisting of sand and gravel, sandstone, and fractured coal are capable of yielding groundwater at rates of up to 8 l/sec (100 igpm). Groundwater flow is generally from a western upland area to the east, but ... Show Abstract

Stein, R.  1982-01-01

ESR 1978-05

Hydrogeology of the southwest segment, Edmonton, Alberta

The southwest quarter of the Edmonton map area (NTS 83H) has an area of about 2850 square km (1100 square mi.). Climate is microthermal with warm summers, and the area receives about 460 mm (18 in) of precipitation annually.In the area thin drift ... Show Abstract

Ceroici, W.J.  1979-01-01

ESR 1974-07

Groundwater Basic Data of the Edmonton Area (Northwest Segment), Alberta

Groundwater Basic Data of the Edmonton Area (Northwest Segment), Alberta Place Keywords 83h 83i alberta edmonton Theme Keywords aquifers groundwater hydrogeology water chemistry water level Place Keywords 83h 83i alberta edmonton Theme Keywords ... Show Abstract

Bibby, R.  1974-01-01

ESR 1974-06

Regional chemistry and water level distribution of the near surface groundwaters of the Edmonton area (northwest segment) Alberta

Regional chemistry and water level distribution of the near surface groundwaters of the Edmonton area (northwest segment) Alberta The chemistry and water level distribution of the near-surface groundwaters are described and interpreted on a ... Show Abstract

Bibby, R.  1974-01-01

ESR 1961-03

A Farm Water Supply from Quicksand

The drift is composed mostly of material that has been locally derived and thus it is also fine grained.Such an environment is not favorable for the development of groundwater supplies. In many districts of Alberta a large proportion of the rural ... Show Abstract

Farvolden, R.N.  1961-01-01

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 2012-13

Overview of Airborne-Electromagnetic and -Magnetic Geophysical Data Collection and Interpretation in the Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta

Abstract: This report is the final report in a series of eight Alberta Geological Survey (AGS) Open File Reports that provide an overview of airborne electromagnetic and magnetic geophysical surveys completed over the Edmonton-Calgary Corridor (ECC) by Fugro Airborne Surveys Ltd. These surveys were completed between November 2007 to February 2010 as part of a joint AGS and Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD) study to determine the usefulness of the RESOLVE, GEOTEM and TEMPEST geophysical survey techniques in mapping the distribution and physical attributes of sediment- and bedrock-aquifer complexes over areas of formerly glaciated terrain.This report describes data collection methods using the Fugro Airborne Surveys Ltd. TEMPEST, RESOLVE and GEOTEM survey techniques and data processing. A geophysical interpretation of these data completed for the ECC by Fugro Airborne Surveys Ltd. and TerraNotes Ltd. are included as appendices in this report.The ECC was selected as the first test area to support the AGS-ESRD groundwater mapping program as it represents the region with the highest rates of industrial and urban growth in the province. Since this growth will exert increasing demands on water resources in the ECC, it is necessary to reassess the spatial distribution of previously mapped, as well as unmapped aquifer complexes in the region. By doing so, Alberta may better predict and manage current and/or future stresses on existing aquifer systems caused by industrial, agricultural and urban development. Airborne geophysical survey methods were selected as one of the tools in completing this assessment. Place Keywords 82o 82p 83a 83b 83g 83h alberta calgary canada central alberta edmonton edmonton calgary corridor Theme Keywords airborne geophysical survey aquifers geophysical study magnetic mapping subsurface

Slattery, S.R.  Andriashek, L.D.  2012-07-19

OFR 2013-07

Maps of Fresh Groundwater Chemistry, Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta: I - Surficial Sediments Aquifer

Maps of Fresh Groundwater Chemistry, Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta: I - Surficial Sediments Aquifer In 2008, Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), in collaboration with Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (ESRD), began an ... Show Abstract

Barker, A.A.  Moktan, H.  Huff, G.F.  Stewart, S.A.  2013-06-06