Geology of the Brazeau Area

CIM Bulletin1939
THE Brazeau river is a relatively short foothills stream in western Alberta and its drainage area is limited to approximately 2,400 square miles. It rises near the head of the North Saskatchewan river, about two-thirds of the way from Banff to Jasper, and is confluent with the North Saskatchewan at a point about 40 miles north of Rocky Mountain House.
Keywords: Alberta, Alberta Shale, Brazeau anticline, Geological Survey of Canada, geology, limestone, Fault, Faults, formation, geology, limestone, Structure, Survey, Surveys
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