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Seismic investigations on the perimeter of the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan

J. V. Suryam

Seismic investigations on the perimeter of the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan

(Key Lake--Ryan Lake areas) : NTS 74H (part)

by J. V. Suryam

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Published by Saskatchewan Mineral Resources, Geological Survey in [Regina] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Athabasca (Sask. and Alta.)
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Athabasca (Sask. and Alta.),
    • Seismic refraction method.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 20.

      StatementJ.V. Suryam.
      SeriesReport / Saskatchewan Mineral Resources ;, 216A, Report (Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Mineral Resources) ;, 216A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE194 .A27 no. 216A
      The Physical Object
      Pagination42 p. :
      Number of Pages42
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3040908M
      LC Control Number82132968

      detailing requirements and the cost of providing seismic resistance. Table 2 sum-marizes the potential seismic risk associated with buildings in the various Seismic Design Categories and the primary protective measures required for structures in each of the categories. As noted in Table 2, structures are assigned to a Seismic Design Category based. This map is a joint publication with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources. Compilation bedrock geology map of the Athabasca Basin and surrounding rocks in Saskatchewan and Alberta. The map includes mineral-resource data showing mine .

      Refereed Journal and Book Chapters camp, Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan;in EXTECH IV: Geology and Uranium EXploration TECHnology of the Proterozoic Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan and Alberta, (ed.) C.W , and D.R. Schmitt, Laboratory investigations of seismic signatures of CO 2 saturation for geological sequestration, in. Seismic attributes are the components of the seismic data, which are obtained by measurement, computation, and other methods from the seismic data. Seismic attribute analysis can extract information from seismic data that is, otherwise, hidden in the data and have been used to identify prospects, ascertain depositional environments.

      The USGS National Seismic Hazard Maps in the Basin and Range Province—Thirty-Five Years in the Making: Mark Petersen, Kathleen Haller, and Yuehua Zeng, U.S. Geological Survey Data and Tools for Seismic Hazard Investigations: Steve Bowman, Utah Geological Survey Technical Session 2 – M max. Buried Bedrock Channels in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region Conceptual Understanding and Implications to Water Supply Scott Rayner1 and Sandra Rosenthal2 1Matrix Solutions Inc. , 2nd Ave. SW, Calgary Alberta, Canada T2P 0C5. 2Devon Canada Corporation , - 3rd Avenue SW, Calgary Alberta, Canada T2P 4H2 Abstract.


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Seismic investigations on the perimeter of the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan by J. V. Suryam Download PDF EPUB FB2

Regional geology of the Athabasca Basin region in northern Saskatchewan and Alberta. The approximate location of the seismic study area and transects at the McArthur River mining camp (Fig.

2) are. The Carswell structure in the western Athabasca Basin, northern Saskatchewan (Canada), has previously been interpreted as an eroded impact structure with a minimum diameter of ~36 km, the outer margin of which is broadly defined by an outer ring of sediments composed of the only algal reefs observed in the Athabasca Group, the Carswell Formation.

seismic-reflection program in the Athabasca Basin, northern Saskatchewan; Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research C8, 11 p. Abstract: Interim results from the EXTECH-IV seismic.

Iegional Seisnic Profile, Athabasca Basin by J. Suryana regional seismic refraction line was shot across the eastem region of the Athabasca Basin. The seismic line was nearly km long, stretching fran Wollaston Lake in the east to Pasfield Lake. Framework geological investigations of drillcore from several uranium exploration projects in Saskatchewan's western Athabasca Basin region were undertaken in order to better characterize the.

SEISMIC INVESTIGATIONS FIELD SURVEYS Seismic investigations of the Springer Ranch VERTICAL DISPLACEMENT N 0 10 20 40 METERS I I I_____I T EXPLANATION Perimeter of landslide--Showing overthrusting at part of limit. Teeth are on upper plate Recent scarp-Showing vertical displacement, in meters.

Bar and ball on downthrown side. Seismic Stratigraphic and Quantitative Interpretation of Leonardian Reefal Carbonates, Eastern Shelf of the Midland Basin: Insight Into Sea Level Effects, Geomorphology and Associated Reservoir Quality* Abidin B. Caf. and John D.

Pigott. Search and Discovery Article # ()** Posted Febru unconformity-related uranium deposit, south-central Athabasca Basin: Highlights of geology, alteration, and deposit evolution. Saskatchewan Geological Survey Open HouseAbstract volume, p Ansdell, K., and the CMIC Footprints Porject team, An overview of the uranium component of the CMIC Footprints Project.

A seismic interpretation study should access the following data sets. 2D or 3D seismic data cube. • Well data are gotten from rock samples and measurements at depth from a wellbore.

Well data required for interpretation are wire-line logs (gamma ray logs, resistivity logs, porosity log, sonic logs, density logs and neutron logs) or equivalent rock property model, check shot data.

Northern Prospector is an official publication of the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Prospectors and Developers Association (MSPDA).

The issue includes features on CanAlaska and De Beers. Saskatchewan Geological Survey 3 Summary of InvestigationsVolume 2 ÿ° W W La 5 N G Figure 1 - Main geological subdivisions of the Peter Lake Domain.

Note that all rocks listed in legend have been metamorphosed. Locations of areas mapped at scale to date are traced with solid lines. Dashed line marks the. M.E. Best, in Treatise on Geophysics (Second Edition), Land-Based Seismic Methods in Mineral Exploration.

Seismic methods were not used for hard-rock mineral exploration until relatively recently. However, they were applied to mineral exploration in sedimentary environments because of the similarities to petroleum exploration (e.g., uranium exploration in the Athabasca Basin. The Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan contains the largest high-grade unconformity- type uranium deposits in the world.

Most of the known deposits are located in the eastern part of the. More specifically, the seismic reflection investigations have been major contributors to discoveries of mineralization in the Mesoproterozoic Athabasca Basin, in Northern Saskatchewan (Hajnal et.

Simply defined, seismic interpretation is the science (and art) of inferring the geology at some depth from the processed seismic record. While modern multichannel data have increased the quantity and quality of interpretable data, proper interpretation still requires that the interpreter draw upon his or her geological understanding to pick the most likely interpretation from the many.

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ISBNSeismic interpretation, whether for hydrocarbon exploration or geotechnical studies, is the determination of the geological significance of seismic data. It is rare that the correctness (or incorrectness) of an interpretation can be ascertained, because the actual geology is rarely known in enough detail.

The interpretation of depositional sequence from a relatively conformable unit will be dependent on data resolution and the lateral extent of the coverage.

Stacking patterns will be seen to be repeated across a range of durations and magnitudes accommodation depositional settings of these accommodation successions can be related to systems tracts, depositional sequences.

The Late Paleoproterozoic Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada is one of several extensive supracrustal basins that developed on the Canadian Shield after the Trans-Hudsonian orogeny at ∼ to Ga ().The Athabasca Basin contains more than km of predominantly sandy strata, with some conglomerates and minor mudstone and carbonate (Hobson.

Use of SKUA-GOCAD 3D/4D models for exploration in the Athabasca Basin and surrounding area: some case studies (Moore Lakes, Fraser Lakes, McArthur River, Alces Lake) Irvine: Annesley: Using Fuzzy Logic and Geological Testing to Site a Small Modular Reactor in Southern Saskatchewan: Matt: Thompson:.

Seismic survey, method of investigating subterranean structure, particularly as related to exploration for petroleum, natural gas, and mineral technique is based on determining the time interval that elapses between the initiation of a seismic wave at a selected shot point (the location where an explosion generates seismic waves) and the arrival of reflected or refracted impulses.Sedimentology of clastic and carbonate systems.

Research into Proterozoic and Lower Paleozoic fluvial sandstones is concentrated on understanding how river systems worked before the onset of rooted vegetation. This includes the relationship between fluvial architecture and mineral potential.

Case study of integrating magnetic, EM, and petrophysical data for use in uranium exploration in the Patterson Lake Corridor, Athabasca Basin.