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ESR 1982-04

Hydrogeology of the Clear Hills-Chinchaga River area, Alberta

The 20-year safe yield for about four-fifths of the area is 0.1 to 0.4 l/sec (1 to 5 igpm). Only in small isolated alluvial areas along the Peace River is the potential yield greater than 8 l/sec (100 igpm). A 20-year safe yield of even 0.1 l/sec ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  1982-01-01

ESR 1980-01

Hydrogeology of the Pelican-Algar Lake Area, Alberta

Maps and profiles were constructed from existing data and from data collected in a field survey. The 20-year safe yields are mostly over 0.4 l/sec (5 igpm). Most bedrock aquifers, however, yield saline water unsuitable for human ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  Lytviak, A.T.  1980-01-01

ESR 1980-03

Hydrogeology of the Zama-Bistcho Lakes Area, Alberta

The Zama-Bistcho Lakes map area, in northwestern Alberta, shares common boundaries with the province of British Columbia to the west and with the Northwest Territories to the north. The main discharge area is in the Zama-Hay Lakes lowland. The map ... Show Abstract

Borneuf, D.M.  Pretula, B.  1980-01-01

ESR 1979-07

Hydrogeology of the Edson area, Alberta

The hydrogeology of the Edson map area can be discussed with respect to three physiographic regions: the Interior Plains, the Rocky Mountain Foothills, and the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains.In the interior Plains, fractured sandstones of the ... Show Abstract

Vogwill, R.I.J.  1983-01-01

ESR 1982-02

Groundwater hydrology of the Pine Lake Research Basin, Alberta

Various types of geologic, geophysical, and hydrologic data were used to evaluate the hydrogeology of the research basin.Permeable sandstone, mudstone, and coals of the thick Paskapoo Formation underlie the study area. Natural basin yield was ... Show Abstract

Garven, G.  1982-01-01

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 1979-05

Hydrogeology of the Peerless Lake area, Alberta

The area is sparsely populated and access is poor.The area is covered by thick surficial deposits, primarily of glacial origin, overlying Cretaceous shales. The greatest yields are available from preglacial sands and gravels located in portions of ... Show Abstract

Ceroici, W.J.  1979-01-01

ESR 1980-02

Hydrogeology of the Steen River-Whitesand River Area, Alberta

Evaluations of geology, topography, groundwater and surface water chemistry were fundamental in estimating hydrogeologic characteristics.The 20-year safe yields for half the area are over 0.4 l/sec (5 igpm) and only for a small area of very thick ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  1980-01-01

ESR 1975-02

Hydrogeology of the Medicine Hat area, Alberta

Hydrogeology of the Medicine Hat area, Alberta The Medicine Hat map area is predominantly flat, with rolling hills in the central, eastern and northern parts of the region; the South Saskatchewan, Red Deer and Bow Rivers cut deeply incised valleys ... Show Abstract

Stevenson, D.R.  Borneuf, D.M.  1977-01-01

ESR 1977-05

Hydrogeology of the Brazeau-Canoe River area, Alberta

The valley floors serve as regional and local groundwater drains.The most prospective bedrock aquifers of the Foothills belt occur in the Upper Cretaceous Blairmore Group. The black carbonaceous shales of the Upper Cretaceous Alberta Group are the ... Show Abstract

Barnes, R.G.  1978-01-01