Digital lines to accompany Hydrogeological Field Notes by Dr. Jozsef Toth: 1964-1969, Central and Southern Alberta (GIS data, line features)

Digital lines to accompany Hydrogeological Field Notes by Dr. Jozsef Toth: 1964-1969, Central and Southern Alberta (GIS data, line features) These data vectors are digitized from field maps created by Dr. Jozsef Toth during his 1964 to 1969 fieldwork. Dr. Toth is a distinguished hydrogeologist who developed and published his landmark 'Unit Basin' theory of steady state flow leading to the fundamental concept in hydrogeology known as 'Tothian flow system theory'. His contributions to hydrogeology turned the Research Council of Alberta, and subsequently the University of Alberta, into internationally renowned institutions for hydrogeological research. Within this shapefile there are three regional lines which run parallel to dip in the Alberta basin. These lines are the boundaries used by Dr. Toth to restrict his groundwater field investigations. There are also vectors which he has highlighted as areas of recharge and discharge that relate to some of the sites in Alberta Geological Survey report INF 143 report, but are not directly referenced. There are a few vectors in the Wainwright mapsheet which were not labeled or referenced in the report so they were omitted. The data are in ESRI shapefile format. 2024-02-21 Government of Alberta AGS-Info@aer.ca Form DescriptorsNature and EnvironmentScience and Technology72M73D73E82O82P83A83B83C83F83G83HALBERTACANADAFLOW-SYSTEMGEOSCIENTIFICINFORMATIONGIS-DATAGROUNDWATERSPRINGWATER-WELLSWETLANDSGovernment information Digital lines to accompany Hydrogeological Field Notes by Dr. Jozsef Toth: 1964-1969, Central and Southern Alberta (GIS data, line features) - (HTML)HTML https://geodiscover.alberta.ca/geoportal/rest/metadata/item/dee5ce665dcb4adc8019f86694ba550f/html Original metadata (https://open.alberta.ca/opendata)HTML https://open.alberta.ca/opendata/4de57937-e132-42c1-8611-43268672658d Digital lines to accompany Hydrogeological Field Notes by Dr. Jozsef Toth: 1964-1969, Central and Southern Alberta (GIS data, line features) - (XML)XML https://geodiscover.alberta.ca/geoportal/rest/metadata/item/dee5ce665dcb4adc8019f86694ba550f/xml SHP (From Alberta Geodiscorver Portal metadata)ZIP https://static.ags.aer.ca/files/document/DIG/DIG_2014_0014.zip

These data vectors are digitized from field maps created by Dr. Jozsef Toth during his 1964 to 1969 fieldwork. Dr. Toth is a distinguished hydrogeologist who developed and published his landmark 'Unit Basin' theory of steady state flow leading to the fundamental concept in hydrogeology known as 'Tothian flow system theory'. His contributions to hydrogeology turned the Research Council of Alberta, and subsequently the University of Alberta, into internationally renowned institutions for hydrogeological research. Within this shapefile there are three regional lines which run parallel to dip in the Alberta basin. These lines are the boundaries used by Dr. Toth to restrict his groundwater field investigations. There are also vectors which he has highlighted as areas of recharge and discharge that relate to some of the sites in Alberta Geological Survey report INF 143 report, but are not directly referenced. There are a few vectors in the Wainwright mapsheet which were not labeled or referenced in the report so they were omitted. The data are in ESRI shapefile format.

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