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Pleistocene valley train terraces along the Athabasca river in the Hinton area, Alberta

by Lawrence Paul Stene

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Published by University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hinton,
  • Academic Dissertations,
  • Stratigraphic Geology,
  • Geology

  • Edition Notes

    Masters thesis (Geography) -- University of Alberta, 1966 -- Bibliography: p. 52-4

    Statementby Lawrence Paul Stene
    ContributionsAlberta Research Council
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 58 p. :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26594028M
    OCLC/WorldCa70385614

    This site contains two hundred and twenty-seven photographs of historical Athabasca Landing, Alberta () arranged theme includes a historical background, photographs, and observations about life at the Landing. ATHABASCA RIVER BASIN LOW FLOW ANALYSIS AIl:rlra ENVIRONMENT at Entrance are used to estimate flows for Athabasca River at Hinton for the period to In both of the above cases, the difference in G files are; Athabasca-Oldman Dam Site, McLeod Valley Dam Site, Berland River at the Mouth, Pembina Dam Site, Moose Portage Dam Site.

    Environment and Parks - Government of Alberta Subject: Flood Hazard Study Keywords: Athabasca - Athabasca River, Muskeg Creek and Tawatinaw River - Flood Hazard Study - Summary - Febru , Athabasca, Athabasca River, Muskeg Creek, Tawatinaw River, Flood Hazard Study, flood, water Created Date: 2/19/ PM. ATHABASCA RIVER BASIN The Athabasca Basin is about , km2 in area and occupies approximately 23 percent of Alberta. The mean annual natural river discharge of the Athabasca River is 24,, dam3. The Athabasca River is part of the Mackenzie River system, which drains eventually into the Arctic Ocean.

    Athabasca River Brigade. likes 1 talking about this. Paddling voyageur canoes from Jasper, AB to Ft. Assiniboine, AB to celebrate Canada's th anniversary. The following fish consumption advisory is for Athabasca River downstream from Fort McMurray. Related Waters. The following waters are connected to this location. You should be familiar with them prior to entering the area, in the event that you are fishing bodies of water that have different rules than the current location.


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Pleistocene valley train terraces along the Athabasca river in the Hinton area, Alberta by Lawrence Paul Stene Download PDF EPUB FB2

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