Natural Suitability of Geological Setting for Waste Management (GIS data, polygon features)
This dataset is a shapefile depicting the suitability of geological setting in Alberta for waste management siting. It is derived from spatial analysis of other geological input, including: bedrock topography and morphology. occurrence of major buried drift aquifers, assumed on the basis of buried channel talwegs locations. surficial geology. bedrock geology. and, drift thickness. Areas of the province are ranked Suitable, Unsuitable or Uncertain where possible. other areas are masked by lakes or have insufficient data to rank them.
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- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Government of Alberta
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Alberta
Data and Resources
Natural Suitability of Geological Setting for Waste Management (GIS data, polygon features) - (HTML)HTMLEnglish dataset HTML
Natural Suitability of Geological Setting for Waste Management (GIS data, polygon features) - (XML)XMLEnglish dataset XML
SHP (From Alberta Geodiscorver Portal metadata)ZIPEnglish dataset ZIP
Alberta GeoportalHTMLEnglish dataset HTML
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