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ESR 2000-10

Geochemistry of Selected Glacial and Bedrock Geologic Units, Cold Lake Area, Alberta

Archival samples of till, clay, sand and bedrock claystone from a select number of auger testhole sites in the Cold Lake area were retrieved and more than 175 samples were prepared for geochemical analysis. The results show that for some elements, ... Show Abstract

Andriashek, L.D.  2000-06-30

ESR 2000-03

Remnants of (Possibly Diamondiferous) Ultramafic Igneous Rocks in Bedrock of the Kakwa/Wapiti area, West Central Alberta

Bedrock sampling at 23 sites, heavy mineral separation and microprobing confirmed that indicator minerals of ultramafic igneous rocks are present in Cretaceous bedrock of the Wapiti area (NTS 83L). Para-magnetic heavy minerals (>3.3 SG) from ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Skupinski, A.  Beaton, A.P.  2000-01-01

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 2006-04

Structure Mapping for the Clear Hill-Smoky River Region Using Well-Log Data and Geostatistical Analysis

[...]the linear patterns of formation-top offset are extracted from the residual surface using a moving window neighbourhood statistics method. The trend-surface analysis is also applied to the isopach data calculated from two formation-top picks, ... Show Abstract

Mei, S.  2006-05-01

ESR 1962-03

Reconnaissance groundwater survey of the Oyen map area, Alberta

Reconnaissance groundwater survey of the Oyen map area, Alberta Most wells in the Oyen area obtain domestic or farm supplies from sand and gravel within glacial deposits, from sandstones in the Edmonton or Bearpaw formations, or from deeply buried ... Show Abstract

Kunkle, G.R.  1962-01-01

ESR 1966-01

Geology of the City of Edmonton Part 1: Central Edmonton

The City of Edmonton is built upon surficial deposits of variable thickness underlain by Upper Cretaceous strata. The surficial deposits, of late Pleistocene age, consist of well-sorted preglacial sands and gravels, glacial till, and proglacial ... Show Abstract

Bayrock, L.A.  Berg, T.E.  1966-01-01

ESR 1957-03

Glacial Geology Galahad-Hardisty District, Alberta

The topography of the district has been modified by debris-filled meltwater channels (stream trenches) which are numerous in the eastern portion of the area. The western portion of the Hardisty district is composed of gently rolling ground moraine ... Show Abstract

Bayrock, L.A.  1958-01-01

ESR 1967-02

Bedrock Topography of the Gleichen Map-Area, Alberta

Bedrock Topography of the Gleichen Map-Area, Alberta An interpretation of the preglacial topography shows that a major preglacial drainage divide trends roughly east-west through this map area. The main Calgary Valley trends across the northern ... Show Abstract

Geiger, K.W.  1968-01-01

ESR 1957-02

Glacial Geology Alliance-Brownfield District Alberta

The eastern part of the Alliance-Brownfield district is made up of hummocky dead-ice moraine and the western part is a relatively flat till plain, the Torlea flats (Warren, 1937). [...]covers most of the surface of the area, and other glacial and ... Show Abstract

Bayrock, L.A.  1958-01-01

ESR 1966-03

Bedrock Topography and Surficial Aquifers of the Edmonton district, Alberta

Bedrock Topography and Surficial Aquifers of the Edmonton district, Alberta The bedrock topography of the Edmonton district consists of broad valleys separated by low, broad divides. The preglacial drainage pattern over most of the district is ... Show Abstract

Carlson, V.A.  1967-01-01