Variations in the Chemical Composition of the Oil and Gas Bearing Limestone at the Sioux City Well, Turner Valley, Alberta

THE investigation herein described had its beginning in the chemical laboratory of the Department of the Interior, Calgary. After the transfer of the natural resources to the Province of Alberta in 1930, the laboratory was closed and the investigation discontinued, but in 1933, with the permission of the Director of the Mines Branch, the work was again taken up and brought to completion.
Keywords: arsenopyrite, British Columbia, native gold, pyrrhotite, British Columbia, classification, Deposits, Gold, Native gold, pyrite
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