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glacial geology of the Redwater and Morinville areas, Alberta.

George Muggah Hughes

glacial geology of the Redwater and Morinville areas, Alberta.

by George Muggah Hughes

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Published in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glacial epoch -- Alberta -- Redwater -- Morinville district

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 104 leaves.
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19072376M

    With a land area of km 2 ( sq mi), it had a population density of /km 2 (2,/sq mi) in The population of the Town of Morinville according to its municipal census is 9,, a % change from its municipal census population of 9, Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Aggregate resources Ryley (NTS 83H/08) Saved in: Main Author: Fox JC: Corporate Authors: Alberta Geological Survey, Alberta Research Council: Format: AGS Publication Government document Electronic Map: Published: Alberta Research Council Series: Aggregate resources Redwater (NTS 83H/14) by: Fox JC.

    The Survey is responsible for assessing British Columbia’s geology and related mineral and coal resources. Since its inception in , the Survey has informed government, the mineral exploration industry, public safety agencies, environmental organizations, communities, First Nations, research organizations, and the general public. Canadian geology spans four billion years of Earth history. The oldest rocks are preserved in the stable Archean crustal blocks of which the largest include the Superior, Slave, Hearne and North Atlantic cratons. These blocks are also the repository for much of .

    Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want. Exercise Identify Glacial Erosion Features. This is a photo of Mt. Assiniboine in the B.C. Rockies. What are the features at locations a through e?Look for one of each of the following: a horn, an arête, a truncated spur, a cirque, and a col. Try to identify some of the .


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Glacial geology of the Redwater and Morinville areas, Alberta by George Muggah Hughes Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Some features of this site may not work without it. Browse. IDEALS. Titles Authors Contributors Subjects Date Communities. This Collection. The Glacial Geology of The Redwater and Morinville Areas, Alberta.

By George Muggah Hughes. Abstract. (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U of I OnlyRestricted to the U of I community idenfinitely during batch ingest of legacy ETDAuthor: George Muggah Hughes. A soil profile of Camrose Loam, exposed west of grade school, Bruderheim, Redwater area, Alberta, Canada, showing soil horizons A, B, and C; total count and pH plotted with depth.

Note that soil horizon A can be divided into A 1 (black) and A 2 (ash-gray) leached zone. As the thick ice sheet began to melt, a gigantic ice dam trapped the water. For almost years, “Lake Edmonton” was walled in on three sides by sheets of ice.

Water covered the area from Morinville to Leduc, from Stony Plain to Fort Saskatchewan. When the lake disappeared, it did so in a flash of geological time. Geology of the Fort McMurray area, northeast Alberta. Guide Book, Edmonton Geological Society – Geological Association of Canada annual field trip, Book January with 1, Reads.

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The St. Ann map area, containing approximately 4, square miles, lies 55 miles west of Edmonton, Alberta, between longitudes ° and ° West, and latitudes 53° 7' and 54° North.

"Preliminary Map, Glacial Geology, St. Ann Area", accompanies this report. Three lines of the Canadian National Railways pass through the area. Landforms presented in this synthesis include streamlined subglacial bedforms, moraines, ice-thrust moraines, glacially overridden moraines, meltwater channels, eskers, crevasse-fill ridges and erratic dispersal trains.

Most surficial geology mapping in Alberta has been conducted by government surveys over the last 40 years. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Aggregate resources Morinville (NTS 83H/13) Saved in: Main Author: Fox JC: Corporate Authors: Alberta Geological Survey, Alberta Research Council: Format: AGS Publication Government document Electronic Map: Published: Alberta Research Council Series: AGS Map Subjects: Alberta.

Morinville area. Geologic History The landscape of northern Alberta and the underlying mineral formations are the result of millions of years of geologic events.

The periodic inundation and retreat of ocean waters over present-day Alberta has been one of the most influential processes on Alberta’s geology. Natural Region and plant species list. x Colin Stone (Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Public Lands and Forests Division) — Parkland Natural Region.

x Drajs Vujnovic (Parks and Protected Areas, Alberta Community Development, Edmonton, AB) — various Natural Regions. The Heartland Area Redwater Project (HARP) aims to inject and geologically store up to a gigatonne of captured CO 2 derived from Alberta’s Industrial Heartland.

The storage formation will be the vast water leg of the Devonian Redwater-Leduc carbonate reef structure, also host to Canada’s third largest conventional oil pool.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gravenor, C. P., Glacial geology of Sedgewick district, Alberta. Edmonton: Research Council of Alberta, Business Matches for "Sand & Gravel Edmonton And Area" Displaying of 1 2 3 4. Natural Area Redwater Natural Area Brazeau Canyon Wildland Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park Black Creek Natural Area Wildhay Glacial Cascades Natural Area Dunvegan West Wildland Bellis North Natural Area Whitney Lakes Natural Regions and Subregions of Alberta Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Alberta Environment, Alberta.

Alberta enjoys a wealth of natural features that can be seen in the diversity of our landscapes. They vary from hot, dry badlands to vast, unbroken forests, to alpine tundra and massive ice fields.

The challenge for Albertans is to continue to designate and secure land that will represent the variety of these landscapes within the province.

Appendix 10A: Terrain and Soils Baseline Assessment May 10A-1 10A.1 Introduction 10A Background and Purpose This report provides the baseline information on terrain and soils for the proposed SASOL Gas-to-Liquids Facility Project (the Project). Stantec Consulting Ltd.

was commissioned by Sasol to conduct a terrain. Robert Chalmers () of the Geological Survey of Canada mapped surficial deposits and glacial features in Eastern Canada. He carefully mapped glacial grooves and striations in Nova Scotia and proposed that northern Nova Scotia had been glaciated largely by local glaciers with floating ice a secondary agent in low-lying areas.

Chalmers (, p. Toward the southeast (Vegreville-Plain Lake areas) the presence of primary anhydrite indicates increasingly saHne conditions. Subsequently, vertical reef growth took place on, or near the margins of, these shoals (e.g., Redwater, Willingdon-Pinedale and Leduc-Morinville reefs of Leduc age).

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One of these, Lake Agassiz, covered most of Manitoba and parts of Saskatchewan, Ontario, North Dakota and Minnesota.

This glacial lake provided a connection from the south to Alberta via the North and South Saskatchewan rivers. Glacial Lake Edmonton connected the Peace-Athabasca river system and the.I decided that this would be a good summer to travel Alberta and view all of the large and record holding roadside attractions.

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