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2 edition of Synoptic Survey of Hailfall 1968 For Alberta. found in the catalog.

Synoptic Survey of Hailfall 1968 For Alberta.

Canada. Dept. of Transport. Meteorological Branch.

Synoptic Survey of Hailfall 1968 For Alberta.

by Canada. Dept. of Transport. Meteorological Branch.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesTechnical memoranda (Canada. Meteorological Branch) -- 699
ContributionsLawford, R.G., Currie, D.B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21867225M

This map is a rendering of a computer-generated geostatistical model of the thickness and distribution of sediment overlying bedrock in Alberta using a newly revised bedrock topography model of the province (AGS Map ), and provides refined details on an earlier reconstruction of the sediment isopach map of the province (AGS Map ). 3 The land slopes down from the river bank into two basins 1 foot or more below sea level—one north of Claiborne Avenue and another in the neighborhood of Earigny and Elysian Field Avenues. North of these basins there is a ridge with crest 3 to 5 feet above sea level that was probably built by Bayou Sauvage and later cut through by Bayou St. John. North of this ridge .

About the Author(s) Byron Kelly received his from Memorial University in Geophysics in , followed by a at the University of Calgary in Geophysics in December of His thesis topic is titled “Processing and Interpretation of Time-Lapse Seismic Data from a Heavy Oil Field, Alberta, Canada. Most of the landslides move slowly, millimetres or centimetres per day, but even slow movement is very damaging to roads, houses, and other structures. Landslides are particularly common in the South Saskatchewan River valley where, over time, the river has eroded its banks, forming steep valley slopes.

  Property damage caused by flooding in southern Alberta this year is now estimated to be over $ billion, according to the Insurance Bureau of : Melissa Gilligan. Worst Hail Storm In Canadian History. It was Labour Day, September 7, , when the worst hail storm in Canadian history happened. in this storm it hailed for half of an hour.


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