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TitlePublic presentations, Environmental Geoscience Program (EGP), current status of research projects
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AuthorJacob, N; Craven, J A; White, D; Savard, M M; Rivard, C; Kao, H; Parsons, M B; Galloway, J M
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Scientific Presentation 49, 2017, 115 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/299728
Year2017
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentserial
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
RelatedThis publication contains the following publications
File formatpptx
ProvinceCanada; British Columbia; Alberta; Saskatchewan; Manitoba; Ontario; Quebec; New Brunswick; Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; Newfoundland and Labrador; Northwest Territories; Yukon; Nunavut
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Subjectsenvironmental geology; geochemistry; hydrogeology; geophysics; economic geology; engineering geology; geochronology; mineralogy; paleontology; structural geology; surficial geology/geomorphology; fossil fuels; governments; environmental studies; environmental impacts; carbon dioxide; isotopic studies; isotope ratios; pollutants; shales; groundwater; aquifers; gas; hydraulic fracturing; seismicity; earthquakes; metals; mining; climate; energy resources; electric power; seismology; seismic arrays; bedrock geology; lithology; sedimentary rocks; evaporites; salt; red beds; reservoir rocks; wells; observation wells; geophysical surveys; seismic surveys; electrical surveys; e m surveys; gravity surveys; radar methods; tiltmeters; soils; geophysical logging; temperature; organic materials; nitrogen; boron; ecosystems; atmospheric geochemistry; water geochemistry; surface waters; vegetation; oil sands; tailings analyses; petroleum resources; hydrocarbons; bitumen; lake sediment cores; biogeochemistry; oxygen isotopes; carbon isotopes; hydrogen isotopes; water wells; black shales; sandstones; structural features; faults; groundwater discharge; groundwater flow; groundwater movement; methane; ethane; propane; butane; condensate; fluid migration; fluid flow; water quality; groundwater geochemistry; gas wells; oil wells; exploration wells; well samples; major element geochemistry; minor element geochemistry; isotopes; well logging; magnetic surveys; core samples; salinity; seismic risk; seismographs; mineral deposits; carbonatites; rare earths; niobium; tailings; trace metals; uranium; thorium; radionuclides; radium; lead; limnology; geochemical analyses; mineral processing; gold; arsenic; climate effects; snow; ice; precipitation; modelling; greenstone belts; hydrothermal systems; hydrothermal alteration; hydrologic environment; rivers; lakes; lake sediments; peat; permafrost; paleoclimates; paleotemperatures; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; radiometric dating; palynology; pollen; diatoms; water table; fossils; fossil plants; mass spectrometer analysis; spectrometric analyses; x-ray diffraction analyses; mineralogical analyses; grain size analyses; pyrolysis; health hazards; Environmental Geoscience Program (EGP); Northern Athabasca Oil Sands Region (NAOSR); Colorado Formation; Watrous Formation; Prairie Evaporite Formation; Midale beds; Deadwood Formation; Muskeg River Watershed; McMurray Formation; St. Lawrence Lowlands; McCully gas field; Utica Shale; Hiram Brook Member; Frederick Brook Member; Lorraine Group; Trenton Group; Sussex Group; Windsor Group; Mabou Group; Jacques-Cartier River Fault; Logan's Line; Aston Fault; August 17, 2015, Mw 4.6, northern Montney earthquake; St. Lawrence Columbium Mine; Slave Geological Province; Giant Mine; Tundra Mine; Salmita Mine; Bulldog Mine; TMAC Hope Bay Gold Project; Testate Amoebae; carbon capture and storage (CCS); Aquistore; climate change mitigation; geological hazards; monitoring; greenhouse gas emissions; caprock; InSAR; global positioning system (GPS); natural contaminants; anthropogenic contaminants; acid extractible organics (AEOs); polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs); forests; tree rings; pines; spruces; forest fires; nitrogen isotopes; magnesium isotopes; lithium isotopes; naphthenic acids; suspended colloids; water supply; microbial gas; thermogenic gas; unconventional oil and gas; seismic hazards; earthquake monitoring; background seismicity; induced seismic events; injection volume; earthquake frequency; seismogenic processes; ground motion; critical metals; rare earth elements (REE); environmental risks; mitigation; metal mobilization; metalloids; natural processes; anthropogenic processes; climate change; geochemical background; paleolimnology; traditional knowledge studies; Métis; Phanerozoic; Paleozoic; Ordovician; Cambrian; Precambrian; Cenozoic; Quaternary; Mesozoic; Cretaceous
Illustrationsflow diagrams; time series; location maps; photographs; bar graphs; 3-D models; aerial photographs; plots; tables; graphs; geochemical plots; schematic cross-sections; satellite images; geological sketch maps; stratigraphic cross-sections; screen captures; seismograms; pie charts; photomicrographs
ProgramManagement, Environmental Geoscience
Released2017 02 15
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
The environmental geoscience program is a federal research program that aims to provide Canadians with advanced scientific information to differentiate the effects of the development of natural resources on the environment of those of natural processes. Following this mandate, the development of new geoscientific approaches is used to support the developement and responsible use of Canada's natural resources by making informed decisions while protecting Canadians and their environment. Advancing scientific understanding about natural resources development will inform policy makers and have direct implications on future decisions. To increase the program visibility, a public session was offered in May 2016 to the Earth Science Sector and other key partners from Natural Resources Canada. All the information presented during the public session is included in this Open File.
GEOSCAN ID299728