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BUL 039

Soil Survey and Interpretations of the Wapiti map area, Alberta

Aerial photographs and topographic maps (1:50 000) established soil and topographic boundaries. The first sections of the report outline historical, natural resource and economic highlights of the area. The final portion of the report outlines ... Show Abstract

Twardy, A.G.  Corns, I.G.  1980-01-01

BUL 030

Petrographic and Engineering Properties of Fine Grained Rocks of Central Alberta

The central Alberta Plains are underlain by a gently westward-dipping succession of non-marine detrital strata of Late Cretaceous and Paleocene ages, which merges to the west with folded and faulted retaceous beds of the Rocky Mountain ... Show Abstract

Locker, J.G.  1973-01-01

BUL 047

Aggregate resources of the Edmonton/Lloydminster region

The commercial sector produces 75 per cent of the aggregate, most of it directed into road construction (52 per cent), concrete production (18 per cent) or asphalt production (11 per cent). A compilation of geological data indicates that 1100 ... Show Abstract

Edwards, W.A.D.  Hudson, R.N.  Scafe, D.W.  1985-01-01

BUL 046

Oil Sands Geology - Athabasca Deposit North

In the western part of the study area, significant reserves occur in laterally extensive marine bar sands at the top of the McMurray formation and at the base of the overlying Clearwater Formation.The McMurray Formation was deposited in a ... Show Abstract

Flach, P.D.  1984-01-01

BUL 033

Hydrogeology of the Tri-Creek Basin, Alberta

Groundwater flow in the Tri-creek basin, a 23-square mile (60 square km) area of the Rocky Mountain Foothills in western Alberta, is controlled by the surficial and bedrock geology. Response to changes in recipitation is generally rapid, although ... Show Abstract

Currie, D.V.  1976-01-01

BUL 032

Urban Geology of Edmonton

An urban geology study of the Edmonton area was undertaken by the Alberta Research Council in response to the increasing demand for the geological information needed to formulate land use plans based on natural capabilities and limitations of the ... Show Abstract

Kathol, C.P.  McPherson, R.A.  1975-01-01

BUL 034

Physical Environment of an Abandoned Strip Mine Near Cadomin, Alberta

An investigation of revegetation at an abandoned coal strip mine near Cadomin, Alberta, shows that soil moisture deficiency and wind are ajor factors inhibiting plant growth on disturbed ground in this area. Shelter belts should be left standing ... Show Abstract

Root, J.D.  1976-01-01

BUL 061

Regional-Scale Subsurface Hydrogeology in Northeast Alberta

The hydrogeological regime of formation waters in the Phanerozoic sedimentary succession was determined for a region defined as Tp 70-103 W4 Mer (55-58 degrees;N latitude and 110-114 degrees;W longitude) in northeast Alberta, covering most of the ... Show Abstract

Bachu, S.  Underschultz, J.R.  Hitchon, B.  Cotterill, D.K.  1993-01-01

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 002

Part I Lower Cenomanian Foraminifera from Peace River Area, Western Canada Part II Lower Cenomanian Ammonoidea and Pelecypoda from Peace River Area, Western Canada

Part I Lower Cenomanian Foraminifera from Peace River Area, Western Canada Part II Lower Cenomanian Ammonoidea and Pelecypoda from Peace River Area, Western Canada Sixteen species and subspecies of Foraminifera, one of which is named from the Lower ... Show Abstract

Stelck, C.R.  Warren, P.S.  Wall, J.H.  1958-01-01

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