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ESR 1982-01

Marl Resources of Alberta

Clay minerals generally constitute less than 5 weight percent of the marl.Tufa usually contains greater than 80 percent C.C.E., is well indurated, and consists of micrite and coarser calcite.The formation of the marl and tufa deposits requires a ... Show Abstract

MacDonald, D.E.  1982-01-01

OFR 1983-15

Index of Mineral Commodity Reports for Alberta

Index of Mineral Commodity Reports for Alberta GEODIAL is continually being updated and this report will be recompiled as warranted.Commodities covered in this report are: Absorbents, Alum, Alumina, Barite, Bentonite, Clay and Shale, Coal, Copper, ... Show Abstract

MacGillivray, J.R.  1983-01-01

OFR 1982-02

Preliminary Geological Investigations into Reported Marl Deposits on the Saddle Lake Reserve

Preliminary Geological Investigations into Reported Marl Deposits on the Saddle Lake Reserve In September 1981, Mr. Jim Razzel, an Economic Development Co-coordinator for the Saddle Lake Reserve, contacted the Alberta Geological Survey and Alberta ... Show Abstract

MacDonald, D.E.  1982-01-01

OFR 1974-37

Marl Resources of the Peace River Area

Several areas of Alberta contain acidic soils which limit the agricultural potential in terms of production of such crops as alfalfa, sweet clover, rapeseed and barley. For this reason the Alberta Department of Agriculture sought the assistance of ... Show Abstract

Holter, M.E.  1974-01-01

OFR 1974-36

Marl Resources of the Hand Hills Area

At the present the Hills are at a maximum elevation of over 3500 feet within the study area, more than 500 feet above the level of the surrounding plains. The purpose of this study is to report on marl beds close to surface which are easily ... Show Abstract

Holter, M.E.  1974-01-01

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