Abstract: This dataset is a shapefile depicting the suitability of geological setting in Alberta for waste management siting. It is derived from spatial analysis of other geological input, including: bedrock topography and morphology; occurrence of major buried drift aquifers, assumed on the basis of buried channel talwegs locations; surficial geology; bedrock geology; and, drift thickness. Areas of the province are ranked Suitable, Unsuitable or Uncertain where possible; other areas are masked by lakes or have insufficient data to rank them.
Metadata: 
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      DIG_2005_0533.xml
  Language: 
      eng; CAN
  Character set: 
    Character set code: 
      utf8
  Hierarchy level: 
    Scope code: 
      dataset
  Metadata author: 
    Responsible party: 
      Organisation name: 
          Alberta Geological Survey
      Position name: 
          AGS Information Manager
      Contact info: 
        Contact: 
          Phone: 
            Telephone: 
              Voice: 
                  (780) 638-4491
              Facsimile: 
                  (780) 422-1918
          Address: 
            Address: 
              Delivery point: 
                  Alberta Energy Regulator
              Delivery point: 
                  4th Floor, Twin Atria Building
              Delivery point: 
                  4999-98 Avenue NW
              City: 
                  Edmonton
              Administrative area: 
                  Alberta
              Postal code: 
                  T6B 2X3
              Country: 
                  Canada
              Electronic mail address: 
                  AGS-Info@aer.ca
          Hours of service: 
              8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
      Role: 
        Role code: 
          pointOfContact
  Date stamp: 

      2016-03-14
  Metadata standard name: 
      North American Profile of ISO 19115:2003 - Geographic information - Metadata (NAP-Metadata)
  Metadata standard version: 
      ISO 19115-1.1
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Spatial representation info:

Vector spatial representation: Geometric objects: Geometric objects: Geometric object type: Geometric object type code: complex Geometric object count: 14062
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Reference system info:

Reference system:
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Reference system info:

Reference system: Reference system identifier: RS Identifier: Code: EPSG:3400 Code Space: http://www.epsg-registry.org/ Version: 8.4.1
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Reference system info:

xlink: https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/docucomp/65f8b220-95ed-11e0-aa80-0800200c9a66 title: North American Datum 1983
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Reference system info:

xlink: https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/docucomp/c3895520-95ed-11e0-aa80-0800200c9a66 title: Geodetic Reference System 1980
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Identification info:

Data identification: Citation: Citation: Title: Natural Suitability of Geological Setting for Waste Management (GIS data, polygon features) Date: Date: Date: 2005-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Andriashek, L.D. Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Waters, E.J. Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Contact info: Contact: Address: Address: City: Edmonton Administrative area: Alberta, Canada Role: Role code: publisher Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2005-0533 Abstract: This dataset is a shapefile depicting the suitability of geological setting in Alberta for waste management siting. It is derived from spatial analysis of other geological input, including: bedrock topography and morphology; occurrence of major buried drift aquifers, assumed on the basis of buried channel talwegs locations; surficial geology; bedrock geology; and, drift thickness. Areas of the province are ranked Suitable, Unsuitable or Uncertain where possible; other areas are masked by lakes or have insufficient data to rank them. Purpose: For use by Alberta government agencies for decision making. Originally developed for optimizing cattle burial locations. Credit: E.J.Waters Status: Progress code: completed Point of contact: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Position name: AGS Information Manager Contact info: Contact: Phone: Telephone: Voice: (780) 638-4491 Facsimile: (780) 422-1918 Address: Address: Delivery point: Alberta Energy Regulator Delivery point: 4th Floor, Twin Atria Building Delivery point: 4999-98 Avenue NW City: Edmonton Administrative area: Alberta Postal code: T6B 2X3 Country: Canada Electronic mail address: AGS-Info@aer.ca Hours of service: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Role: Role code: pointOfContact Resource maintenance: Maintenance information: Maintenance and update frequency: Maintenance frequency code: notPlanned Descriptive keywords: Keywords: Keyword: aquifers Keyword: geological factors Keyword: geological mapping Keyword: gis data Type: Keyword type code: theme Thesaurus name: Citation: Title: none Date: unknown Descriptive keywords: Keywords: Keyword: 72e Keyword: 72l Keyword: 72m Keyword: 73d Keyword: 73e Keyword: 73l Keyword: 73m Keyword: 74d Keyword: 74e Keyword: 74l Keyword: 74m Keyword: 82g Keyword: 82h Keyword: 82i Keyword: 82j Keyword: 82n Keyword: 82o Keyword: 82p Keyword: 83a Keyword: 83b Keyword: 83c Keyword: 83d Keyword: 83e Keyword: 83f Keyword: 83g Keyword: 83h Keyword: 83i Keyword: 83j Keyword: 83k Keyword: 83l Keyword: 83m Keyword: 83n Keyword: 83o Keyword: 83p Keyword: 84a Keyword: 84b Keyword: 84c Keyword: 84d Keyword: 84e Keyword: 84f Keyword: 84g Keyword: 84h Keyword: 84i Keyword: 84j Keyword: 84k Keyword: 84l Keyword: 84m Keyword: 84n Keyword: 84o Keyword: 84p Keyword: alberta Type: Keyword type code: place Thesaurus name: Citation: Title: Date: unknown Resource constraints: Legal constraints: Access constraints: Restriction code: otherRestrictions Use constraints: Restriction code: otherRestrictions Other constraints: Access Constraints: Public Use Constraints: Acknowledgement of the Alberta Energy Regulator/Alberta Geological Survey as the originator/source of this information is required as described in the Open Government License - Alberta. Distribution Liability: The Alberta Energy Regulator/Alberta Geological Survey (AER/AGS) licenses this information under the Open Government License - Alberta. Any references to proprietary software in our documentation, and/or any use of proprietary data formats in our releases, do not constitute endorsement by the AER/AGS of any manufacturer's product. Aggregation Info: AggregateInformation: Aggregate Data Set Name: Citation: Title: Natural Suitability of Geological Setting for Waste Management, Alberta, Canada Date: Date: Date: 2005-05-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Andriashek, L.D. Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Waters, E.J. Role: Role code: originator Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Contact info: Contact: Address: Address: City: Edmonton Administrative area: Alberta, Canada Online Resource: Online Resource: Linkage: URL: http://ags.aer.ca/ Role: Role code: publisher Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Map Issue identification: MAP 330 Other citation details: Scale 1:1000000. Association Type: Association type code: crossReference Spatial representation type: Spatial representation type code: vector Language: eng; CAN Topic category: Topic category code: geoscientificInformation Environment description: Native Dataset Environment: Microsoft Windows 2000 Version 5.0 (Build 2195) Se Extent: Extent: Geographic element: Geographic bounding box: West bound longitude: -120.900226 East bound longitude: -108.450849 South bound latitude: 48.896154 North bound latitude: 60.09456 Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time period: Description: process date Begin date: 2003-01-01 End date: 2005-01-01 Supplemental Information: In English
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Content info:

Feature catalogue description: Included with dataset: false Feature catalogue citation: Citation: Title: Entity and Attribute Information Date: Other citation details: Detailed Entity and Attribute information is provided with the dataset, formatted as Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata.
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DISTRIBUTION INFO:

Distribution: Distributor: Distributor: Distributor contact: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Position name: AGS Information Manager Contact info: Contact: Phone: Telephone: Voice: (780) 638-4491 Facsimile: (780) 422-1918 Address: Address: Delivery point: Alberta Energy Regulator Delivery point: 4th Floor, Twin Atria Building Delivery point: 4999-98 Avenue NW City: Edmonton Administrative area: Alberta Postal code: T6B 2X3 Country: Canada Electronic mail address: AGS-Info@aer.ca Hours of service: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Role: Role code: distributor Transfer options: Digital transfer options: Online: Online Resource: Linkage: URL: https://static.ags.aer.ca/files/document/DIG/DIG_2005_0533.zip Name: SHP
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Data quality info:

Data quality: Scope: Scope: Hierarchy level: Scope code: dataset Report: Completeness commission: Result: unknown Report: Completeness omission: Evaluation method description: As complete as the source data. Large areas of Alberta are not yet mapped for surficial geology, so there is no input data for those areas. Also, levels of detail in input data varies across the province for any given theme. Result: unknown Report: Conceptual consistency: Measure description: Ensured the coverage was free of uncoded or wrongly coded polygons before dissolving polygon boundaries. Result: unknown Lineage: Lineage: Statement: As complete as the source data. Large areas of Alberta are not yet mapped for surficial geology, so there is no input data for those areas. Also, levels of detail in input data varies across the province for any given theme. Process step: Process step: Description: Bedrock geology input preparation: Each formation/unit in the bedrock geology coverage attribute table was assigned a LITHOCODE by L. Andriashek, K. Parks and K. Michael, of Alberta Geological Survey. 3 codes used: A (sandstone), B (mixture of sandstone and shale/clay), and C (shale/clay). A 4th code was later added to denote rocks in the deformed belt (DEF). Polygons were then dissolved on LITHOCODE in Arc/Info. Date and time: 2003-01-01T00:00:00 Process step: Process step: Description: Surficial geology input preparation: 20 Arc/Info coverages were re-classified and appended together to produce the surficial input to the subject dataset, including all or parts of NTS areas 72e, 72l, 72m, 73d, 73e, 73l, 73m, 74d, 82g, 82h, 82i, 82j, 82n, 82o, 82p, 83a, 83b, 83c, 83e, 83f, 83g, 83h, 83i, 83j, 83k, 83l, 83m, 83p, 84a, 84b, 84c, 84f, 84j, 84k, 84l, 84m. Scales of input data range from 1:100,000 to 1:500,000. For each coverage, polygons were classified (SURFCODE) by L. Andriashek as: A (sand and gravel), B (mix of coarse and fine sediments), C (till), BDRK (bedrock), or LAKE (lake). Each coverage was dissolved on SURFCODE, then were all appended into a single surficial coverage. Date and time: 2003-01-01T00:00:00 Process step: Process step: Description: Thalweg data preparation: 1:2,000,000 scale thalwegs were modified by L. Andriashek based on bedrock topography. Thalweg segments were classified by Andriashek by 'stream order': 1 (major thalweg); 2 (medium thalweg); (minor thalweg). Buffered thalwegs based on stream order: 1 - 1500m buffer; 2 - 1000m buffer; 3 - 500m buffer. Date and time: 2003-01-01T00:00:00 Process step: Process step: Description: Bedrock topography preparation: previously digitized linework (i.e. elevation contours) from published bedrock topography maps for all or parts of NTS sheets 83M, 83I, 73L, 83H, 73E, 73D, 82P, 72M, 82I, 72L, 82H, 72E, 83O, 83J, 83G, 83B, 84A, 84B, 74D, 83P, 73M, 84H, 74E, 83I and 83K were converted to one Arc Generate format file, then imported into ArcView from which a shapefile was written out. The shapefile was imported into ViewLog and gridded to 500 m size cells. Date and time: 2003-01-01T00:00:00 Process step: Process step: Description: Drift thickness input preparation: A polygon coverage was prepared showing areas of drift '> 15m thick', '0 - 15m thick' and 'no data' using the following steps. An isopach was created in ViewLog by subtracting the bedrock topography grid from the ground surface grid. The isopach was exported to Arc/Info ASCII raster format, imported into ArcView 3.2 Spatial Analyst, and contoured using 15 m as the base contour. Two new grids were derived from the isopach, one of the study area (STUDYAREA) (which, due to missing data, is not the entire province) and one of regions of drift with the three, aforementioned classifications (DRIFTREGIONS). These grids were converted to polygon coverages. In an attempt to minimize accuracy degradation due to this raster-to-vector data conversion, the original contour line was used to create the drift cutoff area boundaries. The 15m drift thickness line from the contoured isopach was used as the basis for the classified drift thickness cutoff polygons (DRIFTCUT) by merging it with the STUDYAREA boundary to edit/close the boundaries on the contour lines (ArcEdit). The attributes of the classified drift region polygons were assigned using a spatial join between the DRIFTREGIONS and DRIFTCUT coverages (i.e., linking DRIFTCUT polygons to DRIFTREGIONS attributes by 'PUT'ing the label points from DRIFTREGIONS into the DRIFTCUT polygon coverage in ArcEdit). Date and time: 2003-01-01T00:00:00 Process step: Process step: Description: The four input coverages were overlaid in ArcInfo, and the resulting polygons were reclassified based on a decision tree (see Figure 1, AGS Map 330). Finally, the coverage was DISSOLVED on the final classification, and written out to shapefile format. Date and time: 2003-01-01T00:00:00 Process step: Process step: Description: Added polygons comprising the Canadian Shield in northeast Alberta and coded them ‘Unsuitable’, using ArcEdit. Wrote out a shapefile for public distribution using ArcView 3.2. Date and time: 2005-01-01T00:00:00 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Provides an indication of bedrock permeabilityonline Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 1000000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Bedrock Geology of Alberta (GIS data) Alternate title: Bedrock geology Date: Date: Date: 2004-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: v. 2.2 Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Hamilton, W.N. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Langenberg, C.W. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Price, M. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2004-0033 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 2004-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Contributes the surficial geology of the stated NTS areas, which gives an indication of surface permeabilityonline Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology of the Pelican Lake Area, (NTS83P) (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: NTS 83P surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2002-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Campbell, J.E. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Fenton, M.M. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Pawlowicz, J.G. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2002-0017 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 2002-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Areas overlying thalwegs were considered to be highly sensitive to aquifer contamination.online Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 2000000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Bedrock thalwegs, 1:2 000 000 scale (GIS data, line features) Alternate title: Thalwegs Date: Date: Date: 2007-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: v.3 Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Pawlowicz, J.G. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Fenton, M.M. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Andriashek, L.D. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2007-0026 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: process date Time position: 2003-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Contributes the surficial geology of the stated NTS areas, which gives an indication of surface permeabilityonline Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Materials of the Athabasca Oil Sands (in Situ) Area, Northeast Alberta (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: NTS 73M, 74D, 84A surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2002-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Andriashek, L.D. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2002-0019 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 2003-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Contributes the surficial geology of the stated NTS areas, which gives an indication of surface permeabilityonline Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology of the Peerless Lake Area, Alberta (NTS 84B) (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: NTS 84B surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2006-03-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Paulen, R.C. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Fenton, M.M. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Pawlowicz, J.G. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2005-0012 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: process date Time position: 2003-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: This file used in its entirety, and supersedes the overlapping area from the foothills map sheet 1.CD-ROM Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology of the Wapiti Map Area (NTS 83L) (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: 83L surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2008-11-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Energy Resources Conservation Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Andriashek, L.D. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2008-0881 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 2001-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Contributes the surficial geology of the stated areas, which gives an indication of surface permeabilityCD-ROM Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 500000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Quaternary Geology of Southern Alberta - Deposits (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: Surficial geology, southern Alberta, Shetsen Date: Date: Date: 2002-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Shetsen, I. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2007-0012 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 1998-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Provides the upper surface for drift thickness creation.online Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 0 Source citation: Citation: Title: Ground surface digital elevation model (DEM) in 10TM (GIS data, Arc/Info grid) Alternate title: DEM Date: Date: Date: 1998-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Geomatics Canada Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Issue identification: Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: data acquisition date Time position: 1998-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Contributes the surficial geology of the stated areas, which gives an indication of surface permeabilityCD-ROM Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 500000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Quaternary Geology of Central Alberta - Deposits (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: Surficial geology, central Alberta, Shetsen Date: Date: Date: 2002-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: v.2 Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Shetsen, I. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2007-0018 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 1998-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: All areas except those overlapping with the central and southern Alberta Quaternary geology (by Shetsen) were used; overlap areas were superseded by the Shetsen maps.online Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology, Alberta Foothills and Rocky Mountains (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: Foothills surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2007-12-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Bayrock, L.A. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Reimchen, T.H.F. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2007-0077 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 1980-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: NTS 73L surficial geology, North halfonline Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology of the Sand River Area, North Half, NTS 73L (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: NTS 73L surficial geology, North half Date: Date: Date: 2008-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: v.2 Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Energy Resources Conservation Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Fenton, M.M. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Andriashek, L.D. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2008-0364 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: ground condition Time position: 1983-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Area NOT covered by Shetsen compilation or foothills surficial maps was used.online Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology, Rocky Mountain House, NTS 83B (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: NTS 83B surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2008-11-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: v.2 Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Energy Resources Conservation Board Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Boydell, A.N. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Bayrock, L.A. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Reimchen, T.H.F. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2008-0882 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: ground condition Time position: 1974-01-01 Source: Source: Description: Source Contribution: Only areas not covered by the central and southern Alberta Quaternary geology (by Shetsen) or Foothills surficial geology were used; overlap areas were superseded by the Shetsen and foothills maps.online Scale: Representative fraction: Denominator: 250000 Source citation: Citation: Title: Surficial Geology, Edson, NTS 83F (GIS data, polygon features) Alternate title: NTS 83F surficial geology Date: Date: Date: 2008-01-01 Date type: Date type code: publication Edition: v.2 Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Research Council Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Role: Role code: resourceProvider Cited responsible party: Responsible party: Organisation name: Roed, M.A. Role: Role code: resourceProvider Presentation form: Presentation form code: mapDigital Series: Series: Name: Digital Data Issue identification: DIG 2008-0363 Other citation details: Source extent: Extent: Temporal element: Temporal extent: Extent: Time instant: Description: publication date Time position: 1970-01-01
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Metadata constraints:

Legal constraints: Access constraints: Restriction code: otherRestrictions Use constraints: Restriction code: otherRestrictions Other constraints: Metadata Access Constraints: none Metadata Use Constraints: none
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Metadata maintenance:

Maintenance information: Maintenance and update frequency: unknown Maintenance note: This metadata was automatically generated from the FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadatastandard version FGDC-STD-001-1998 using the January 2013 version of the FGDC CSDGM to ISO 19115-2 transform. Metadata author: Responsible party: Organisation name: Alberta Geological Survey Position name: AGS Information Manager Contact info: Contact: Phone: Telephone: Voice: (780) 638-4491 Facsimile: (780) 422-1918 Address: Address: Delivery point: Alberta Energy Regulator Delivery point: 4th Floor, Twin Atria Building Delivery point: 4999-98 Avenue NW City: Edmonton Administrative area: Alberta Postal code: T6B 2X3 Country: Canada Electronic mail address: AGS-Info@aer.ca Hours of service: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Role: Role code: custodian
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