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Surficial geology of the Calgary urban area
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Surficial geology of the Calgary urban area: 1. Surficial geology of the Calgary urban area. by Stephen R Moran; Alberta Research Council. Print book: English. Print book: State or province government publication: English. Edmonton, Alta.: Alberta Research Council 3.
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MAP Surface materials of the Calgary urban area: Calgary sheet, NTS 82O/1. The data show the surficial Surficial geology of the Calgary urban area book of the Calgary urban area (NTS areas 82O/01, 82P/04, 82J/16 and 82I/13) and are attributed with geological contact boundaries defined and inferred as shown on the maps.
The data from the four maps are presented in a single line layer. Purpose. Abstract: This is a GIS dataset containing digitized and attributed polygon features from scanned Alberta Geological Survey Maps, and The data show the surficial geology of the Calgary urban area (NTS areas 82O/01, 82P/04, 82J/16 and 82I/13) and are attributed with stratigraphic unit, lithology, lithogenesis, morphology, veneer material and the unit labels as shown on the maps.
This is a GIS dataset containing digitized and attributed line features from scanned Alberta Geological Survey Maps, and The data show the surficial geology (linear landforms) of the Calgary urban area (NTS areas 82O/01, 82P/04, 82J/16 and 82I/13).
Features shown on the maps. Surface materials of the Calgary urban area (GIS data, polygon features) Calgary sheet "A" Series Map, A, Geological Survey of Canada GEOSCAN pdf and jpeg images. Alberta. Alberta Geological Survey.
bedrock geology files; surficial geology files ; lake bathymetry; all digital datasets; Atlas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin; Open. Surficial Geology contains a layer which depicts the distribution and characteristics of surficial deposits across southern includes: surficial geology units, linear features such as eskers and bluffs, point features such as drumlins or striae, gravel pit and quarry ad the Surficial Geology data in GIS format.
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The area of each deposit was measured on the surficial geology map with a planimeter. The average thickness of the deposit was multi- plied by the area to get the total volume of the deposit. Variables, i.e.
water table, type of deposit, were assessed to obtain the final. Digital version of map A: surficial geology - géologie de surface, Ottawa, Ontario-Québec (31G/5), Geological Survey of Canada, Open File File format pdf; JPEG GEOSCAN supports the mission of Natural Resources Canada through the timely access to information.
Not actually a guide book but provides good information on a number of areas in and around Calgary - including Grassi Lakes, the Cascade Coal Basin, Drumheller and the Bow Valley. Surficial Geology of the Calgary Urban Area by S.R.
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Course Hours: 3 units; () or () Prerequisite(s): 78 units and consent of the Department. MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT. Moran SR () Surficial geology of the Calgary urban area. Alberta Research Council Bulletin 53 Paces T () Chemical characteristics and. This surficial geology map is a product of the field survey of the Huckleberry Mine area and interpretations ofscale aerial photographs.
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