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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 1975-05

Hydrogeology of the Vermillion area, Alberta

The Vermilion map area lies in the plains-parkland transition zone of east-central Alberta and covers approximately 5660 square miles (14,660 square km). Average annual precipitation is 16 inches (41 cm) and potential evaporation exceeds ... Show Abstract

Currie, D.V.  Zacharko, N.  1975-01-01

ESR 1975-06

Regional Chemistry of Groundwater in the Wainwright Area, Alberta

Average precipitation is about 14 inches (36 cm) annually, while potential evapotranspiration is about 21 inches (54 cm) annually.Geological units of hydrogeological interest include glacial drift, preglacial sands and gravels, Horseshoe Canyon ... Show Abstract

Hackbarth, D.A.  1975-01-01

ESR 1974-10

Hydrogeology of the Edmonton Area (Northwest Segment), Alberta

In the bedrock, yields are typically less than 5 igpm.Groundwater flow systems in the upper 300 feet are largely controlled by the connection between the river and buried valley sand and gravel deposits, and by the incised nature of the valleys In ... Show Abstract

Bibby, R.  1974-01-01

ESR 1974-09

Hydrogeology of the Gleichen Area, Alberta

Maps and profiles were constructed from existing data and from data collected by a field survey and drilling and testing operations. The best aquifers are Quaternary sands and gravels and Upper Cretaceous Belly River sandstones.Water quality ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  Lytviak, A.T.  1974-01-01

ESR 1974-02

Hydrogeology of the Waterways-Winefred Lake Area, Alberta

Abstract: The hydrogeology of the uppermost 1000 feet (about 300m) of strata in the Waterways and Winefred Lake areas is described. Maps and profiles were constructed from limited existing data and from data collected by field survey and drilling operations. The 20-year safe yields are mostly over 5 igpm (about 25 l/min), reaching 25-100 igpm (about 100-450 l/min) for over half of the map area. These yields are available within 500 feet (150 m) of the surface.A practical limiting factor on groundwater use is quality, as deeper groundwater is saline. In many places saline water discharges to the surface.A semi diffuse groundwater discharge feature (quasi-spring) describes sources of creeks at definite spring like points in groundwater fed muskegs. The quasi-springs are climatically and topographically controlled discharge features of climafrost zones. Widespread muskeg development exists in the area and degeneration of the groundwater flow systems is noted. Place Keywords 73m 74d alberta waterways winefred lake Theme Keywords aquifers discharge drainage groundwater hydrogeological profile hydrogeology topography

Ozoray, G.F.  1974-01-01

ESR 1974-04

Hydrogeology of the Foremost Area, Alberta

In the western half of the map area, sandstone of the lower member of the Milk River Formation (hereafter referred to as the lower Milk River sandstone) is the main aquifer; in the eastern half permeable lenses in the drift are the main sources of ... Show Abstract

Borneuf, D.M.  1976-01-01

ESR 1974-01

Hydrogeology of the Lethbridge-Fernie Area, Alberta

Clastic rocks, largely non-marine, of Upper Cretaceous age and some of Tertiary age underlie the plains in the Lethbridge-Fernie map area. Closely spaced, high-angle thrust faulting has deformed the Upper and Lower Cretaceous clastics of the ... Show Abstract

Tokarsky, O.  1974-01-01

ESR 1973-03

Chemistry and Hydrology of Groundwater in the Vicinity of Waterton Reservoir, Alberta

Chemistry and Hydrology of Groundwater in the Vicinity of Waterton Reservoir, Alberta Statistical analysis and trend-surface fitting of the chemical data showed that fresh groundwater predominates in the unconsolidated sediments of the ... Show Abstract

Geiger, K.W.  1973-01-01

ESR 1972-11

Hydrogeology of the Tawatinaw Area, Alberta

The drift is the water-bearing zone in most of the Tawatinaw area except for the southwest and the south-central part of the map area, where wells obtain water from the Wapiti Formation. The yields range from less than 1 igpm (imperial gallon per ... Show Abstract

Borneuf, D.M.  1973-01-01