Surficial Geology of Dapp Creek, Alberta. by Geological Survey of Canada.

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RUTTER, Department of Geology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E3. ABSTRACT Glacial diamictons described and sampled during regional stratigraphie studies in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada, are categorized using a facies ap­ proach.

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Hartman, Kirk R. Reservoir characterization and facies prediction within the Late Cretaceous Doe Creek Member, Valhalla field, west-central Alberta, Canada Article in AAPG Bulletin 94(1) January with.

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The impressive Rensselaerville Falls formed when Ten-Mile Creek cut a canyon into shale and sandstone layers, following an ancient fault line.

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Although widespread in the subsurface, it is exposed only in the. Upper Devonian Leduc carbonate buildups along the southern part of the Rimbey-Meadowbrook reef trend in Alberta (buried at depths of m) have been extensively dolomitized.

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