1 edition of Groundwater exploration and testing, Duvernay area found in the catalog.
by Alberta Environment, Water Resources Management Services, Technical Services Division, Hydrogeology Branch in [Edmonton, Alta.]
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by S. Clare|
|Contributions||Hardick, Roger C., Alberta. Water Resources Management Services, Alberta. Environmental Engineering Support Services. Technical Services Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 9, ca. 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Many of Canada's most sensitive ecosystems are dependent on groundwater and this book is a comprehensive assessment of Canada's groundwater resources. The text features the work of more than 40 noted groundwater scientists and was compiled and edited by Alfonso Rivera, Ph.D., the chief hydrogeologist for the Geological Survey of Canada.5/5(1). rich Duvernay Formation was deposited within an interior seaway in upper Devonian time; covering a large portion of the western Canadian sedimentary basin. Net shale isopachs within the play area, for the most part, range between 25 and 60 metres; however, over 90 meters thickness has been identified.
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The book provides an elaborate treatment of groundwater prospecting and management covering remote sensing, geological–geophysical cum hydrogeological studies, exploration (geological and geophysical), development (well logging techniques, pump test, its analysis and applications in well design), contamination (pollution of groundwater) and regulatory legislations regarding groundwater.
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The principal cities, Al Cited by: 1. To be successful the hydrogeologist must have knowledge of both the geologic conditions of the area and their effect on the storage and movement of groundwater systems.
The total character of the environmental setting determines which exploration techniques are necessary to. Duvernay is characterized by an average porosity of %, an average permeability of nD, and an average of % TOC.
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Geological Survey Water. shale fairway. The organic-rich Duvernay Formation was deposited within an interior seaway in upper Devonian time; covering a large portion of the western Canadian sedimentary basin. Net shale isopachs within the play area, for the most part, range between 25 and 60 metres; however, over 90 meters thickness has been identified.
Regionally, the File Size: KB. The EPA, the USGS, and the National Association of Groundwater Scientists and Engineers (AGWSE) have each recognized us for providing pioneering technical leadership in the field of exploration and development of groundwater resources from fractured bedrock aquifers, and as a leader in groundwater protection for public water supplies.
Figure 1. Location of the Duvernay Shale in Alberta and Canada. Description: This map that shows the location of the Duvernay Shale study area. Calgary, Alberta, is located just south of the study area's southern end while Grande Prairie, Alberta, is located at the study area's northwest end.
Geophysical Investigations • Groundwater Exploration project pass through various surveys. • The main objective of these surveys is to study and understand the hydrological cycle of the region, to understand overall concept of type, nature, no: aquifers and quality of groundwater.
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