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MAP 603

Sediment Thickness of Alberta

Sediment Thickness of Alberta The thickness and distribution of sediments overlying the bedrock surface in Alberta is highly varied, ranging from less than 1 m to as much as 350 m. These sediments include Neogene fluvial deposits, glacigenic ... Show Abstract

MacCormack, K.E.  Atkinson, N.  Lyster, S.  2015-07-02

INF 130

Shallow Gas in Drift: Northwestern Alberta

Shallow Gas in Drift: Northwestern Alberta Shallow gas in drift has recently been exploited from the Rainbow and Sousa Fields of northwestern Alberta. In response to numerous requests from industry for information about the Quaternary geology ... Show Abstract

Pawlowicz, J.G.  Hickin, A.S.  Nicoll, T.J.  Fenton, M.M.  Paulen, R.C.  Plouffe, A.  Smith, I.R.  2004-11-01

GEO 2000-01

Bedrock Topography, Drift Thickness, and Buried Channels, Northeast Alberta.

In anticipation of increasing needs of the expanding heavy oil industry for surficial and Quaternary geology information, the Alberta Geological Survey has focused its Quaternary geology mapping efforts in the northeast part of the province of ... Show Abstract

Andriashek, L.D.  Meeks, J.  2000-07-01

ESR 2007-01

Buried Channels and Glacial-Drift Aquifers in the Fort McMurray Region, Northeast Alberta

The understanding of the bedrock topography, buried bedrock valleys and channels, drift thickness and glacial aquifers in the surface-mineable and in situ-recoverable oil sands north of Fort McMurray has been updated by the acquisition and ... Show Abstract

Andriashek, L.D.  Atkinson, N.  2007-03-01

MAP 215

Drift thickness of the Edmonton map area

Drift thickness in the Edmonton map area ranges from less than 10 m over flat-lying bedrock surfaces, to more than 70 m within the Cooking Lake Moraine and a number of buried valleys. Extensive areas of thin drift are found in much of the east ... Show Abstract

Andriashek, L.D.  2005-10-17

MAP 227

Drift thickness of Alberta

The southern part of the province, from 49 to 56 degrees North, was primarily compiled from existing 1:250 000 bedrock topography maps. The interpretation of the remaining northern portion of the province was based mostly on limited borehole data ... Show Abstract

Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  2005-10-17

MAP 255

Drift Thickness of Pelican River Area, Alberta (NTS 83P)

Drift Thickness of Pelican River Area, Alberta (NTS 83P) The drift thickness map of the Pelican River area (NTS 83P) shows the variation in thickness of unconsolidated sediment lying between the bedrock surface and the present-day land surface, and ... Show Abstract

Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  2005-10-17

MAP 254

Bedrock Topography of Pelican River Area, Alberta (NTS 83P)

Bedrock Topography of Pelican River Area, Alberta (NTS 83P) The bedrock topography map of the Pelican River area (NTS 83P) shows the elevation of the bedrock surface. In general, the surface topography reflects the bedrock topography: bedrock ... Show Abstract

Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  2005-10-17

MAP 252

Bedrock Topography of Peerless Lake Area, Alberta (NTS 84B)

In general, the topography of the land surface reflects the bedrock topography. [...]bedrock highs underlie the Buffalo Head Hills Upland, Peerless Lake Upland and Utikuma Uplands. Major buried valleys lie within the Loon River Lowland in the ... Show Abstract

Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  2005-10-17

MAP 253

Drift Thickness of Peerless Lake Area, Alberta (NTS 84B)

The drift thickness map of the Peerless Lake area (NTS 84B) shows the variation in thickness of unconsolidated sediment lying between the bedrock surface and the present-day land surface, and complements the Drift Thickness of Alberta map. The ... Show Abstract

Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  2005-10-17