Directory of Geological Material in North America

By J. V. Howell; A. I. Levorsen et al. | Go to book overview

SOURCES PROVINCIAL AND STATE IN SCOPE

CANADA

ALBERTA

Contributors: H. H. Somerville, J. R. Pow

PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL BUREAUS

Provincial
Dept. of Mines and Minerals, Edmonton
Alberta Research Council, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton

Federal
Geological Survey of Canada, Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Western Office, Calgary

MAPS

Regional, base, and provincial maps
Surveys Mapping Branch, Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.
Nickel Map Service, Blow Bldg., Calgary
Muldrow Aerial Surveys Corp., 1134 8th Ave. West, Calgary
Dept. of Lands and Forests, Edmonton
Austin Map Co., Bewley Bldg., Fort Worth, Tex.; structure map of Williston basin, 1 in. = 15 mi. Commercial Drafting Service, P.O. Box 6277, Houston, Tex.
George F. Kelly, Kennedy Bldg., Tulsa, Okla.; scales 1 in. = 40 mi., to 1 in. = 2 mi.

Geologic maps
Geol. Survey of Canada, Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.; Geological Map of Alberta, Map 1002A, scale 1 in. = 20 mi., 1951
Petroleum and Natural Gas Conservation Board, 514 11th Ave. West, Calgary
Dept. of Mines and Minerals (formerly Dept. of Lands and Mines), Edmonton; Geological Map of Alberta, 1937, $0.75.
Alberta Research Council, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton; Geological Map of Alberta, 1 in. = 16 mi., 1937

Production and dry hole maps

Geol. Survey of Canada; Alberta Oil and Gas Fields Map, Map 1039, 1 in. = 20 mi. Petroleum and Natural Gas Conservation Board; ozalid print, 1 in. = 16 mi. Nickel Map Service, Calgary Muldrow Aerial Surveys Corp., Calgary World Oil, Box 2608, Houston 1, Tex.; Western Canada Oil and Gas Fields Map, supplement to Canadian issue of World Oil, December, 1953 and August 15, 1956 George F. Kelly, Tulsa, Okla.; scale 1 in. = 2 mi.

Land survey and ownership maps
Nickel Map Service, Calgary; mineral ownership maps
Field Title Service, Krozelle Bldg., Edmonton
Land Information Ltd., 807 Lancaster Bldg., Calgary
McKenzie Land Information, 215A 10th St. N. W., Calgary
Dept. of Lands and Forests, Edmonton, Land Survey Maps

Topographic maps
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.
Dept. of Lands and Forests, Edmonton

Resource maps
Dept. of Economic Affairs, Edmonton; minerals
Alberta Research Council, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton; soils
Water Resources and Irrigation, Terrace Bldg., Edmonton; water, irrigation, flood

Base maps of counties, townships
Dept. of Municipal Affairs, Edmonton

Maps of parks, forests
Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Ottawa, Ont.
Dept. of Lands an Forests, Edmonton

Other maps

Petroleum and Natural Gas Conservation Board; geological correlation chart in color; regional contour map on Cretaceous; main pipe lines and oil and gas fields, latter two ozalid prints, 1 in. = 16 mi. Surveys and Mapping Branch, Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.; air charts

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