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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

ESR 1972-08

Hydrogeology of the Wabamun Lake Area, Alberta

The maps and profiles were constructed from existing data and from data collected by a field survey and drilling operations. The best aquifers are Paskapoo sandstones and Quaternary sands and gravels .Water quality is good. The total dissolved ... Show Abstract

Ozoray, G.F.  1972-01-01

ESR 1971-01

Hydrogeology of the Red Deer Area, Alberta

Most wells in the Red Deer area are completed in the near-surface bedrock strata composed of the bentonitic siltstones and local to extensive medium- to coarse-grained, friable, calcareous and bentonitic sandstone beds of the Paskapoo Formation, and ... Show Abstract

Le Breton, E.G.  1971-01-01

ESR 1972-02

Hydrogeology of the Bison Lake Area, Alberta

Hydrogeological evaluation is based on existing well data, limited test drilling, field observations of groundwater features, and on inferences made from the geologic and topographic situation.Much of the area is of low relief underlain by shales, ... Show Abstract

Tokarsky, O.  1972-01-01

ESR 1972-03

Hydrogeology of the Mount Watt Area, Alberta

The few existing water wells are usually hand dug and shallow. Hydrogeological evaluation is based on existing well data, limited test drilling, field observations of groundwater features, and on inferences made from the geologic and topographic ... Show Abstract

Tokarsky, O.  1972-01-01

ESR 1971-02

Hydrogeology of the Grimshaw-Chinook Valley Area, Alberta

The hydrogeological map of the Grimshaw-Chinook Valley area is the prototype for a forthcoming hydrogeological reconnaissance map series, although it is constructed at a larger scale and covers a smaller area than will subsequent maps in the ... Show Abstract

Tokarsky, O.  1971-01-01

ESR 1971-03

Hydrogeology of the Rocky Mountain House area, Alberta

The Plains portion of the Rocky Mountain House map-area and part of the Foothills, totalling about 90 percent of the area, are underlain by the Paskapoo Formation of Late Cretaceous-Tertiary age down to and below the limiting depth of investigation, ... Show Abstract

Tokarsky, O.  1971-01-01

OFR 2014-02

Regional Hydrology of the Edmonton-Calgary Corridor, Alberta

Successful management of freshwater resources requires an understanding of the exchanges of water between the atmospheric, surface-water, and groundwater environments. To conduct a hydrogeological characterization of the Edmonton-Calgary Corridor ... Show Abstract

Riddell, J.T.F.  Moktan, H.  Jean, G.  2014-07-02