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MEM 02

Geology and groundwater resources of the Milk River sandstone in Southern Alberta

When the general decline of water levels in many of the deep wells in southern Alberta warned of a serious future problem, the Alberta Federation of Agriculture requested the Research Council of Alberta to investigate the groundwater conditions in ... Show Abstract

Meyboom, P.  1960-01-01

BUL 022

Surficial Geology of the Foremost-Cypress Hills Area, Alberta

Cypress Hills Plateau, upland areas, till plain, lacustrine plains, river channels, and canyons. The South Saskatchewan River drains the northern part of the area, and the Milk River drains the southern part. A small internal drainage basin is ... Show Abstract

Westgate, J.A.  1968-01-01

BUL 006

Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera from the Smoky River Area, Alberta

Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera from the Smoky River Area, Alberta The problem of stratigraphic nomenclature within the Smoky River group is reviewed and a new formation name, Puskwaskau, introduced to designate the shales lying between the Bad Heart ... Show Abstract

Wall, J.H.  1960-01-01

BUL 027

Lithostratigraphy of the Uppermost Cretaceous (Lance) and Paleocene Strata of the Alberta Plains

In Alberta relatively undisturbed non-marine Cretaceous and Paleocene strata are preserved as a westerly dipping homoclinical wedge of sediment east of the Rocky Mountain Foothills, analogous to the molasse facies bordering the European Alps. The ... Show Abstract

Carrigy, M.A.  1971-01-01

BUL 024

A Hydrogeological Study of the Three Hills Area, Alberta

Information concerning the geology and groundwater was obtained from eological reports, oil-company records, a water-well survey, and ifteen drilled and tested bore holes, providing an average density of points of various observations of ... Show Abstract

Toth, J.  1968-01-01

ESR 1985-01

Coal quality and rank variation within Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments, Alberta plains region

Near-surface coals in the Alberta plains occur in Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments of the Belly River Group, Horseshoe Canyon, Wapiti and Paskapoo Formations. Statistical techniques were used to document both the distribution of, and the ... Show Abstract

Nurkowski, J.R.  1985-01-01

ESR 1975-04

Deep Cretaceous Coal Resources of the Alberta Plains

Three major coal-bearing stratigraphic zones exist in the Plains region: the Edmonton Group and equivalents, the Belly River (Judith River) Group and the Mannville Group. The deep coal zones of the Alberta Plains were investigated through the use ... Show Abstract

Yurko, J.R.  1976-01-01

ESR 2007-07

Regional Cross-Sections and Correlation of Subsurface Formations in the Clear Hills - Smoky River Region

Regional Cross-Sections and Correlation of Subsurface Formations in the Clear Hills - Smoky River Region The Clear Hills-Smoky River region is well known not only for the prolific oil and gas production, but also for iron deposits in the Bad Heart ... Show Abstract

Chen, D.  Olson, R.A.  2007-06-01

OFR 2011-02

Measured Outcrop Section T21-R10W4-01 of the Oldman and Dinosaur Park Formations (Belly River Group), Dinosaur Provincial Park Area, Red Deer River Valley, Southeastern Alberta (NTS 72L/14)

Measured Outcrop Section T21-R10W4-01 of the Oldman and Dinosaur Park Formations (Belly River Group), Dinosaur Provincial Park Area, Red Deer River Valley, Southeastern Alberta (NTS 72L/14) In this report, we present data on a Belly River Group ... Show Abstract

Hathway, B.  Prior, G.J.  2011-08-16

OFR 2013-17

Subsurface stratigraphic picks for the Milk River shoulder, Alberta Plains: including tops for the Milk River Formation and Alderson Member of the Lea Park Formation

Subsurface stratigraphic picks for the Milk River shoulder, Alberta Plains: including tops for the Milk River Formation and Alderson Member of the Lea Park Formation The Milk River 'shoulder' is an informal term often used to refer to a distinctive ... Show Abstract

Glombick, P.M.  Mumpy, A.J.  2014-05-08