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Bighorn coal basin, Alberta

Bighorn coal basin, Alberta

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Published by Govt. Print. Bureau in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal -- Alberta.,
  • Geology, Economic -- Alberta.,
  • Geology -- Alberta.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.S. Malloch.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 82664, Memoir / Geological Survey of Canada -- no. 9E.
    ContributionsGeological Survey of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 microfiches (57 fr.)
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18740253M
    ISBN 100665826648

    Map A. Bighorn Coal Basin, between Saskatchewan & Brazeau Rivers Alberta. Scale 1: écal, Geographer & Chief Draughtsman ; O.E. Prudhomme, Draughtsman By . Alberta Basin, large, petroleum-rich sedimentary basin along the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains in western extends from British Columbia through Alberta and Saskatchewan into Manitoba. The basin was formed when the Earth’s crust sank along the continental side of the Rocky Mountains during the Devonian Period (about to million years ago).

    The coal in this basin ranges in rank from high volatile C bituminous (based primarily on resistance to weathering) to subbituminous B coal. In general, the Mesaverde and Eagle coals are highest in heat content, averaging o Btu/lb; the Fort Union coals in the Red Lodge-Bear Creek and Grass Creek fields average ab Btu/lb and. @article{osti_, title = {Coals formed in coastal environments within Upper Cretaceous of Alberta basin}, author = {MacDonald, D.E. and McCabe, P.J. and Strobl, R.S.}, abstractNote = {Coal resources in the Upper Cretaceous of the Alberta basin were studied using logs from oil and gas wells and shallow coal wells. Coal resources were determined to a depth of m.

    An Alberta bighorn sheep that lived near Hinton has lived up to its name: it might turn out to be biggest bighorn ever. A wildlife officer found the horns of the year-old ram two weeks ago.   Preserving Bighorn too important for political squabbles By Phil Nykyforuk on Janu 1 Comment. Natural beauty distinguishes Alberta from so many places. Let’s follow the will of the majority and protect this beautiful region.


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41, Rge. 18W5M (52°37'30"N, °0'30"W), Alberta.The Bighorn Basin is a plateau region and intermontane basin, approximately miles ( km) wide, in north-central Wyoming in the United is bounded by the Absaroka Range on the west, the Bighorn Mountains on the east, and the Owl Creek Mountains and Bridger Mountains on the south.

It is drained to the north by tributaries of the Bighorn River, which enters the basin from the south.Cadomin's name is an acronym for 'Canadian Dominion Mining', and the town gives its name to the Cadomin Formation, which forms a prominent outcrop near the settlement.

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