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ESR 2007-09

Mapping Millimetre-Scale Ground Deformation over Frank Slide, Turtle Mountain, Alberta Using Spaceborne InSAR Technology

Mapping Millimetre-Scale Ground Deformation over Frank Slide, Turtle Mountain, Alberta Using Spaceborne InSAR Technology Frank Slide is a catastrophic rock avalanche that took place in 1903 on the eastern slope of Turtle Mountain located in the ... Show Abstract

Mei, S.  Poncos, V.  Froese, C.R.  2008-08-01

OFR 2013-14

LiDAR Landslide Spatial Analysis at the Little Smoky River Highway 49 Crossing Site, Alberta (NTS 83N)

LiDAR Landslide Spatial Analysis at the Little Smoky River Highway 49 Crossing Site, Alberta (NTS 83N) Landslides within river valleys are relatively common in Alberta, notably so along rivers that have incised into glacial and Cretaceous ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Chao, D.K.  Froese, C.R.  2014-02-20

OFR 2009-05

Implementation of a Web-GIS Application for the Turtle Mountain Monitoring Project in ArcGIS Server 9.2

Implementation of a Web-GIS Application for the Turtle Mountain Monitoring Project in ArcGIS Server 9.2 Alberta Geological Survey created a Web-GIS application for the Turtle Mountain Monitoring Project to improve the public's awareness of the ... Show Abstract

Chao, D.K.  Froese, C.R.  Moreno, F.  2009-04-16

OFR 2013-01

LiDAR-Based Landslide Classification and Inventory, Peace River, Alberta (NTS 84C)

The report also introduces preliminary work investigating the relationship between surface roughness derived from bare-earth light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and landslide activity. Field-based mapping and remote-sensing data sources, such as ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Chao, D.K.  Froese, C.R.  2013-01-31

OFR 2009-08

Implementation of a Web-GIS Application with ArcGIS Server 9.2 for the Peace River Landslide Project, Alberta

Alberta Geological Survey created a Web-GIS application for the Peace River Landslide Project to provide access to significant geological, geotechnical, remote sensing and GIS data on the town of Peace River. The design of this Web-GIS application ... Show Abstract

Chao, D.K.  Chowdhury, S.   Lan, H.  Morgan, A.J.  Froese, C.R.  2009-06-09

OFR 2012-04

Geological Setting for Large Landslides at the Town of Peace River, Alberta (NTS 84C)

The Peace River lowlands of Alberta and British Columbia are one of the most historically active mass-movement areas of Western Canada. The Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), with the support of various stakeholders, initiated a multidisciplinary ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Paulen, R.C.  Slattery, S.R.  Froese, C.R.  2013-03-07

OFR 2009-18

Results of Sediment Coring at the Town of Peace River, Northwestern Alberta (NTS 84C)

The Peace River Lowlands of Alberta and British Columbia is one of the most historically active mass-movement areas in western Canada. Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), in collaboration with other stakeholders, has initiated a multiyear study, ... Show Abstract

Morgan, A.J.  Slattery, S.R.  Froese, C.R.  2009-10-20

GEO 2003-43

Inventory of Holocene Landslides, Peace River Area, Alberta (NTS 84C)

Failures of varying types have occurred in both the Quaternary sediments and the underlying shale bedrock during incision and valley widening processes. Valleys containing tributaries of the Peace River, such as the Smoky River, Heart River, ... Show Abstract

Davies, M.R.  Paulen, R.C.  Hickin, A.S.  2005-04-01

OFR 1973-37

Geological Report on a Landslide Along the Ram River Rocky Mountain House Area, Alberta

Geological Report on a Landslide Along the Ram River Rocky Mountain House Area, Alberta Approximately 1/2 mile southwest of the exploratory well pacific Pan Am Phoenix 10-27-38-11 which was drilled in 1969. Reports by residents of the area confirm ... Show Abstract

Kathol, C.P.  McPherson, R.A.  1973-10-01

OFR 1959-06

Dunvegan Landslide

The obvious solution to this was an all-weather bridge which is under construction at present.The topography of the Peace River crossing is very rugged consisting of steep banks some 700 feet in height. Because of this topography, the approach ... Show Abstract

Brooker, E.W.  1959-01-01