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Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces
|Statement||by Heinrich Ries and Joseph Keele|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 82173, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 82173, Memoir / Geological Survey of Canada -- no. 24E.|
|Contributions||Keele, Joseph, 1863-1923, Keele, Joseph, 1863-1923, Geological Survey of Canada|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 microfiches (206 fr.) :|
|Number of Pages||206|
Shale gas formations in Canada containing dry gas. Shale-hosted petroleum reservoirs are known in all Canadian provinces (except for Prince Edward Island) and in two territories (Northwest Territories and Yukon). The most promising are found in 5 provinces: British Columbia (BC), Alberta (AB), Quebec (QC), New Brunswick (NB) and Nova Scotia (NS). Figure 2: Conceptual 3D geological model for TAG systems showing the locations of some major gold deposits in the roof zone thermal aureoles and tops of granitoid plutons. From Wall Figure 3: Simple mass balance model for fluid budgets and go ld mobilisation associated with the emplacement and crystallisation of a typical sill -like pluton in metasedimentary host rocks.
Stream terrace deposits (Holocene) - Fluvial sediments deposited in point bar and over-bank settings. Terrace surfaces are generally less than 25 to 30 feet above the stream channel. Deposits consist of moderately to well-sorted gravel, sand, silt and minor clay. Qls Landslide deposits (Holocene and Pleistocene) - Poorly sorted clay, sand, gravel. Five large sedimentary basins in western Canada with thick, organic-rich shalesâ€“the Horn River, Cordova Embayment, and Liard in northern British Columbia, the Deep Basins in Alberta and British Columbia, and the Colorado Group in central and southern Albertaâ€“account for Tcf of the total of technically recoverable shale gas.
Active beach deposits, consist mainly of loose sand, fine to coarse-grained. Active coastal estuarine deposits; composed of water-saturated silty clay with some fine sand. Active wash deposits within major river channels; composed of unconsolidated silt, sand, and gravel. Active coastal eolian (sand dune) deposits, consists of loose sand and silt. expandable-clay mineral which may cause excessive shrink-age, warping, and cracking during drying. Thus, many clay deposits in Arizona are economically undesirable. The Harshaw clay of the present study is composed of smectite but in the form of low-swelling Ca montmorillonite. Preliminary tests show that shrinkage of the clay is about
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Get this from a library. Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. [Heinrich Ries; Joseph Keele]. Title varies: [pt. I] Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces pt. II, Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.
Part III-V, Clay and shale deposits of the wester provinces. Part III is by H. Ries, alone. Description. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ries, Heinrich, Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.
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Heinrich Ries, Clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. Joseph Keele, Joseph Keele and Geological Survey of Canada. Heinrich Ries, Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces (part II) Heinrich Ries, Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.
Heinrich Ries, Joseph Keele and Geological Survey of Canada. At head of title: Canada. Dept. of Mines Geological Survey. This banner text can have markup. This summary report was written in order to supply certain information, which may be of value to those interested in the development of Alberta's clay resources.
Topics relative to the utilization of clay deposits are discussed and include: definition of clay and shale, mode of occurrence, classification of clays and shales, properties of clays.
Report of Southern Vancouver Island. The Geology and Ore Deposits of Phcenix, Boundary District, B.C. Preliminary Report of the Clay and Shale Deposits of Western Provinces.
Report of the Commission re Turtle Mt. and Frank, Alta. The Geology of Steeprock Lake, Ont. Manchester Museum, England.
Report of the Manchester Museum for to Shale deposits are abundant in Canada. Shale resources are currently in development in the western provinces of Canada (e.g. British Columbia and Alberta). By contrast, shale gas development is currently limited or prohibited by provincial moratoria in the central and eastern provinces (e.g.
Ontario, Québec and New Brunswick) (CCA ). Bulletin 53 covers the geology and mineral deposits of the Ainsworth-Kaslo Area, which is along the western side of Kootenay Lake 40 to 60 miles northeast of Nelson in British Columbia. It is in the central part of the Kootenay Arc, a curving belt of complexly deformed sedimentary, volcanic, and metamorphic rocks extending from Revelstoke.
The Qarara Formation deposits in the Goset Abu Khashier area (Lat. 28° 28′ ″ N, Long. 30° 57′ ″ E) extend as separated hills and scarps containing several million tons of clay deposits.
The deposits compose of three units; shale containing clay, sand intercalated by green shale and limestone. The two quarries were located in Edo state, South-southern Nigeria.
The geochemical analyses of the Okpella deposits show that the deposits contain mostly calcite with the average content of 96 wt. 9 hours ago Yes, in the event of a deposit discovery where the resources and reserves have been confirmed by a relevant competent person's report, the subsoil user has an exclusive right to obtain a mining licence.
Such right may be exercised at any time during the validity term of. The Kungurian saliferous sediments of the Pre-Caspian sedimentary basin represented by thick stratum of rock salt with interlayered lenses of anhydrites, terrigenous and carbonate rocks. Initial thickness of these sediments estimated as – m at the center of the depression and – m on the edges of the basin.
The processes of halokinesis led to formation of more than salt. - Oruche, Dix and Kamob () report on the Millbrig K-bentonite volcanic ash bed and the bentonite bed in the Hull Formation in the Ottawa embayment, tracing both across Eastern Ontario.
- Carrier () reports on two bentonite layers in the Ordovician limestone at the Clark Quarry in Stittsville in the west end of Ottawa. However, other areas which has potential clay deposits include the Burayadh area where the Permian Sudair shale formation contains clay deposits.
Moreover, at Tabuk and AI Jawf in the north of the Kingdom, reconnaissance survey has identified clay deposits suitable for structural clay products (Delhawi and Laurent, I). RESULTS AND DISCUSSION. #24 Keele J. and Reis H.
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE CLAY AND SHALE DEPOSITS OF THE WESTERN PROVINCES Geol. Surv. Canada Mem. #24 wps, ex-lib, light wear, vg, pp., figs, map.
Price: $ (stock#GSCM24). Robertson () mentions that Pliny the Elder recorded in Book xxxv of his Natural History that the earth saxum has the property of increasing in bulk when soaked in water, and states that “the suggestion that saxum is really the first record of bentonite is strengthened by the fact that bentonite has been worked commercially in Italy on.
In Nigeria numerous clay-shale deposits occur in all sedimentary basins, while residual clay deposits are also common in the basement complex, particularly in the south-western states. Clays are important raw materials for modern and cottage industries. However, in Nigeria clay deposits have not been adequately utilized considering.
The clay deposits of eastern Washington and northern Idaho are along the eastern edge of the Columbia River Plateau physiographic province. Three types of clay occur in the area: (a) residual clay derived from the Columbia River basalt of Tertiary age; (b) residual clay derived from the Cretaceous granodiorite and related intrusive rocks of the Idaho batholith; and (c) transported clay.Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the province of Quebec.
Author Keele, Joseph, Published Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. Author Ries, Heinrich, Published Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces (part II) Author.#64 Keele J.
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE CLAY AND SHALE DEPOSITS OF THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC Geol. Surv. Canada Mem. #64 wps, ex-lib, light wear, vg, pp., fig Price: $ (stock#GSCM64) #65 Reis H. CLAY AND SHALE DEPOSITS OF THE WESTERN PROVINCES, PART 4 Geol.
Surv. Canada Mem. #65 wps, ex-lib, light wear, vg, 83 pp., figs, map.