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DIG 2014-0025

Alberta Springs Compilation (tabular data, tab-delimited format)

The source datasets include the digitized Alberta Research Council (ARC) Hydrogeology Map Series, the AGS Springs of Alberta report, ARC water chemistry data, Groundwater Resources Information Services (GWRIS) Index, Alberta Environmental Protection ... Show Abstract

Stewart, S.A.  2014-10-07

DIG 2016-0032

Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor Hydrostratigraphic Model - Top of the Pakowki / Upper Lea Park Hydrostratigraphic Unit, Southwestern Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format)

Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor Hydrostratigraphic Model - Top of the Pakowki / Upper Lea Park Hydrostratigraphic Unit, Southwestern Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format) Bedrock units included in the CLC model are derived from the Geological Framework ... Show Abstract

MacCormack, K.E.  2017-03-29

DIG 2016-0043

Precambrian Basement Top Picks in Alberta (Elevation) (tabular data, tab-delimited format)

Precambrian Basement Top Picks in Alberta (Elevation) (tabular data, tab-delimited format) The data points were geostatistically filtered and clipped to exclude an area representing the approximate extent of Cordilleran deformation. Place Keywords ... Show Abstract

Hauck, T.E.  Corlett, H.  2017-07-14

DIG 2013-0017

Alberta Earthquake Catalogue, version 6.0 (GIS data, point features)

Alberta Earthquake Catalogue, version 6.0 (GIS data, point features) The events were recorded on seismographs belonging to the Regional Alberta Observatory for Earthquake Studies Network (RAVEN), Canadian Rockies and Alberta Network (CRANE), the ... Show Abstract

Stern, V.H.  Schultz, R.J.  Shen, L.  Gu, Y.J.  Eaton, D.W.  2018-04-03

DIG 2009-0016

Sandstone-Hosted Uranium Potential of Alberta: Study of Oil and Gas Well Logs (tabular data, tab delimited format)

Sandstone-Hosted Uranium Potential of Alberta: Study of Oil and Gas Well Logs (tabular data, tab delimited format) An Alberta Geological Survey database of oil and gas well logs were queried to identify wells with gamma values greater than 300 API ... Show Abstract

Matveeva, T.M.  Kafle, B.  2010-02-16

DIG 2016-0047

West-Central Alberta Regional Stratigraphic Model - Measured Section Descriptions (NTS 83F, 83K) (tabular data, tab-delimited format)

West-Central Alberta Regional Stratigraphic Model - Measured Section Descriptions (NTS 83F, 83K) (tabular data, tab-delimited format) The section logs provide measurements (top and bottom elevations) and descriptions of lithological units exposed ... Show Abstract

Hartman, G.M.D.  Smith, D.  Hughes, A.T.  Atkinson, L.A.  2017-04-24

DIG 2003-0012

GIS compilation of structural elements in Alberta, version 3.0 (GIS data, line features)

Abstract: This dataset (lineaments_ln_ll.shp) comprises structural features compiled into GIS format from existing literature, published up to 2003. The data represent fault/lineament locations known or inferred in the Alberta Plains. We have chosen to digitize and publish all lineaments from source maps even where they extended beyond the Alberta boundary. Each compiled feature is characterized by a set of attributes including: affected formations (oldest affected and oldest non-affected stratigraphic unit), fault type, fault sense of displacement, evidence used to infer the fault/lineament, original reference information and publication scale, and an estimate of the georeferencing error. The completeness of the captured attribute set varies for each feature as a function of the level of detail in the source article. The data set should be used cautiously. First, the original authors’ interpretation of subsurface faults, particularly of ‘basement faults’, from air photo or satellite imagery lineaments is tenuous. Second, the vast majority of faults inferred in the foreland basin (Alberta Plains) east of the deformation front are normal-slip faults; although only the dip slip component has been inferred, some of these faults may also have a strike-slip component, generally not accounted for. Third, the location of lineaments includes cumulative errors inherent in the process of transferring into GIS lineaments traced by hand in the pre-computer era on small scale (regional) paper-copy maps. Such errors include spatial imprecisions in original lineament identification and drawing and errors in georefencing of the source map, as well as minor errors introduced during lineament digitization. Although each of them is minor at the scale of the original map, the cumulative effect of these errors may be significant and even misleading for large-scale (township or larger) projects. Place Keywords alberta canada Theme Keywords fault gis data lineaments peace river arch structural geology structure

Pana, D.I.  Waters, E.J.  2016-03-14

DIG 2016-0035

Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor Hydrostratigraphic Model - Top of Hydrostratigraphic Unit S1 Within the Neogene-Quaternary Succession, Southwestern Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format)

Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor Hydrostratigraphic Model - Top of Hydrostratigraphic Unit S1 Within the Neogene-Quaternary Succession, Southwestern Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format) Place Keywords alberta calgary canada lethbridge southern alberta ... Show Abstract

Atkinson, L.A.  Hartman, G.M.D.  2017-03-29

DIG 2003-0001

CBM - Coal Database for the Alberta Plains Area

CBM - Coal Database for the Alberta Plains Area A coal/CBM database was implemented by the Alberta Geological Survey to capture and manage information related to coalbed methane (CBM). The database is a compilation of data from many different ... Show Abstract

Wynne, D.A.  Beaton, A.P.  2011-12-09

DIG 2016-0031

Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor Hydrostratigraphic Model - Top of the Foremost Hydrostratigraphic Unit, Southwestern Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format)

Calgary-Lethbridge Corridor Hydrostratigraphic Model - Top of the Foremost Hydrostratigraphic Unit, Southwestern Alberta (gridded data, ASCII format) Bedrock units included in the CLC model are derived from the Geological Framework of Alberta, a ... Show Abstract

MacCormack, K.E.  2017-03-29

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