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Geology and coal occurrences of Wapiti-Cutbank area, Alberta

Allan, John A.


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Geology and coal occurrences of Wapiti-Cutbank area, Alberta by Allan, John A. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Underlies the whole area. Research Council of Alberta, MAP No. 19 CUTBANK AREA, COAL OCCURRENCES Base map compiled from published maps and. from Rep Plate ALBERTA 1/8: 30' Coal Mine Coal Occurrences (Described) Coal Outcrops (Undeveloped) Outcrops Strike and Dip Fault ' Axis Of Anticline Axis of Syncline Pack Trail (Sketched).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allan, John Andrew, Geology and coal occurrences of Wapiti-Cutbank area, Alberta. Edmonton: A. Shnitka, The coal production, most Alberta book which comes from small mines near the Wapiti river, has been insufficient for the needs of the area.

Almost all the coal consumed in this district is shipped in from Edmonton and other points to the south, over the Northern Alberta Railways. Geology and coal occurrences of Wapiti-Cutbank area, Alberta The fuel requirements in this part of Alberta have been supplied largely with coal transported from other districts in Alberta.

The coal production, most of which comes from small mines. The lithostratigraphic interval between the marine Puskwaskau Formation (Smoky Group, Santonian–Campanian) and the fluvial Scollard Formation (early Maastrichtian) in west-central Alberta and easternmost British Columbia (Canada) is represented by the nonmarine deposits of the Wapiti by: The bulk of the extractable coal in Alberta rests in the Lower and Upper Cretaceous seams that are generally found near the surface.

These occur in the western or inner belt of the Rocky Mountain Foothills and contain the most important deposits of bituminous coal in the province.

Much of Alberta’s resource wealth has been tied to its geology. This guide will focus on the geology, stratigraphy, and biostratigraphy of the Dinosaur Provincial Park (DPP) area of southeastern Alberta (Figs.

1 and 2).The Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin is part of an elongate foreland basin bounded on the west by the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains and on the east by the Canadian Shield. Geology and coal resources of the upper part of the Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Red Deer, Alberta.

Alberta Research Council, Open File Report26 pp. Google Scholar Obradovich, J.D. Cited by: Mode of Occurrence. Surface occurrences, such as seepages, springs, exudates of bitumen, mud volcanoes, inspissated deposits, vug and vein fillings, and various kinds of “oil,” kerogen, and bituminous shales.

Subsurface occurrences, including minor showings of oil and gas, pools, fields, and provinces. In the mids, one of the four mines operated by the Cadomin Coal Company was a surface mine and accounted for about 70% of the company’s total output. Sterling Collieries and Coal Valley Mining Company Limited carried out surface mining in the Coal Branch.

Even byhowever, only 17% of Alberta’s coal came from surface mining. Alberta contains substantial coal resources in the Plains and Foothills. Coal rank ranges from lignite and subbituminous in the eastern Plains, up to low-volatile bituminous and anthracite in the Foothills/Mountains. Potential coalbed methane targets exist in the Scollard Fm.

(Ardley coal zone), Horseshoe Canyon Fm. NuVista’s primary focus is on the scalable and repeatable condensate-rich Montney formation in the Wapiti area of the Alberta Deep Basin.

This play has the potential to create significant shareholder value due to the high-value condensate volumes associated with the natural gas production and the large scope of this resource play.

The Athabasca Oil Sands — A Regional Geological Perspective, Fort McMurray Area, Alberta, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Natural Resources.

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Librivox Free Audiobook. College Prep Writing - Peter Monck Full text of "Coal geology [electronic resource]". The Survey is responsible for assessing British Columbia’s geology and related mineral and coal resources.

Since its inception inthe Survey has informed government, the mineral exploration industry, public safety agencies, environmental organizations, communities, First Nations, research organizations, and the general public.

texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Some studies of Alberta's coal geology by Alberta. Alberta Energy. Research and Technology Branch. Publication date Topics Coal, Coal, CoalPages: Geology of the Fort McMurray area, northeast Alberta.

Guide Book, Edmonton Geological Society – Geological Association of Canada annual field trip, Book. Geology and Coal Occurrences of Wapiti-Cut-bank Area Alberta. By J. Allan and J. Carr. Province of Alberta, Research Council of Alberta, University of Alberta Report No. Edmonton, Geology of the Coastal Plain of East-Central Georgia.

By Philip E. La Moreaux. Georgia State Division of Conservation, Department of Mines, Mining and. Other coal deposits studied include the Tertiary lignite occurrences on Ellesmere Island, Arctic Canada and the Hat Creek lignites of intermontane British Columbia (Fig.

1 and Table 1), the Carboniferous coal deposits in Yukon and North West Territories, and the Devonian coal occurrences on Melville Island, Arctic Canada (Fig. 1 and Table 1).The early studies were Cited by: 6. Sedimentary Geology, 81 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Discussion Paleoenvironment and sulfur-boron contents of Mannville (Lower Cretaceous) coals of southern Alberta, Canada discussion John C.

Hopkins a and M. Zahoor Farshori b a Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alta. T2N 1N4, Canada b Author: John C. Hopkins, M. Zahoor Farshori. Thorium Occurrences, Geological Deposits and Resources • Major sources of information: • Red Books (Uranium Resources, Production and Demand), NEA/IAEA.

• U.S. Geological Survey, Mineral Commodity Summaries, • U.S. Geological Survey Circular, • World Nuclear Association, • Geoscience Australia: papers on thorium in Australia,File Size: KB.Alberta Coal Branch.

The Alberta Coal Branch is the name given to a segment of the Canadian National Railway (originally the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway) and the region through which it passes.

It is located within Yellowhead County in west-central Alberta, gauge: 4 ft 8 ¹⁄₂ in (1, mm) standard gauge.Locale: ; Alberta; Red Deer Area--Alberta; Rosebud Area--Alberta; Western Canada.

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