2 edition of geology of east-central Alberta found in the catalog.
geology of east-central Alberta
G. S. Hume
|Statement||by G. S. Hume and C. O. Hage.|
|Series||Canada. Geological Survey. Memoir,, 232, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 232|
|Contributions||Hage, C. O. 1901- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A2 no. 232|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 101 p. incl. tables, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||gs 42000248|
UPPER MANNVILLE FLUVIAL CHANNELS IN EAST-CENTRAL ALBERTA - ABSTRACT. Barbara J. Tilley and William M. Last Alberta Research Council, th Ave., Edmonton T6G 2C2, Alberta The lower Cretaceous Mannville group in east-central Alberta consists of metres of predominantly sandy sediments overlying a pre-Cretaceous unconformity. Bentonite chronostratigraphy indicates that deposition of the Viking Formation in central and south‐central Alberta and SW Saskatchewan occurred within three chrono‐intervals, informally designated Skip to Article Content Department of Geology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Search for more papers by this by: 3.
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Edmonton, Research Council of Alberta, University of Alberta, Get this from a library. Groundwater geology and hydrology of east central alberta. [E G LE BRETON; Research Council of Alberta.]. OCLC Number: Notes: Accompanied by maps (Map G C5 R38 no.
13)--shelved in Map Collection. Description: vi, 64 pages illustrations, maps (some folded, some color in pocket). This report summarizes existing data on east-central Alberta concerning public, industrial and private water wells and correlates these data with pertinent information supplied by oil companies and with the results of local, detailed and reconnaissance groundwater surveys from the summers of.
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The field work on which the present 1 port is based was done during the summers of and Cited by: 1. The geology of Saskatchewan can be divided into two main geological regions, the Precambrian Canadian Shield and the Phanerozoic Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
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The oldest unconsolidated sediments recognised in the area consist of Middle Wisconsinan sands and gravels, pre-dating Laurentide glaciation of the area. -2L7-UPPER MANNVILLE FLUVIAL CHANNELS IN L ALBERTA Barbara J.
Ti11ey* and l^lilliam * ABSTMCT The lower Cretaceous Mannville group in east-central Alberta consists of metres of predominantly sandy sediments overlying a pre-Cretaceous unconformity. While important details of the depositional setting of the entire clastic sequence have.
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Lyatsky, H.Y.,Book review of Forland Basins and Fold Belts, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir Journal of Petroleum Geology, 17, Lyatsky, H.V, Dietrich, J.R.
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The Lower Cretaceous oils in the Provost oil field of east central Alberta (Townships 35–40; Ranges 1–12W4) show a range of API gravity and oil quality. This study indicates that the main causes for the observed variation in oil quality are oil source rock character, thermal maturity of Cited by: The Beaverhead meteorite impact was first recognized in (Hargraves et al., ), when shatter cones were found in Prot– erozoic rocks in the Beaverhead Mountains, near Medicine Lodge Creek in southwest Montana (Fig.
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