Ressources granulaires du Nord

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Inuvialuit settlement sand and gravel inventory and recommendations for development : Tuktoyaktuk   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[S.l.] : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1987.
ca. 100 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Two folded maps in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33271.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33271.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU OORD NWYPW NWII XQGLW

This report presents the results of a study, conducted under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, to determine the supply of granular materials and the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community of Tuktoyaktuk. Development scenarios and recommendations designed to optimize the utilization of resources for the anticipated demand are presented. In summary, the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community is nearly 9.0 million cubic metres. Ninety-six percent of the demand is for projects of a speculative nature, such as construction of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk highway and large-scale onshore petroleum production. The remainder of the demand is for local capital projects (200,000 cubic metres) and maintenance of community facilities (116,000 cubic metres). In general, granular materials sufficient to meet the forecast demand are available in the Tuktoyaktuk region although not in the immediate vicinity of the community. ... (Au)


Inuvialuit settlement sand and gravel inventory and recommendations for development : Sachs Harbour   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[S.l.] : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1987.
ca. 50 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
One folded map in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33272.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33272.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU NWYPW NWII XQGLW XNWYL

This report presents the results of a study, conducted under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, to determine the supply of granular materials and the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community of Sachs Harbour. Development scenarios and recommendations designed to optimize the utilization of resources for the anticipated demand are presented. In summary, the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community is about 130,000 cubic metres. Most of the demand is for maintenance of community facilities (100,000 cubic metres) while local capital projects consume the remainder (30,000 cubic metres). Granular materials sufficient to meet the forecast demand are available in the Sachs Harbour area, although in some cases the demand must be satisfied with materials of a slightly lower quality than desirable. In particular, this is the case for concrete aggregate which does not exist in quantity in the Sachs Harbour vicinity. ... (Au)


Inuvialuit settlement sand and gravel inventory and recommendations for development : Paulatuk   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[S.l.] : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1987.
28, [32] leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
One folded map in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33273.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33273.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU XNWYL NWYPW NWII XQGLW

This report presents the results of a study, conducted under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, to determine the supply of granular materials and the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community of Paulatuk. Development scenarios and recommendations designed to optimize the utilization of resources for the anticipated demand are presented. In summary, the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community is nearly 376,000 cubic metres. Most of the demand is for construction of a new airstrip (260,000 cubic metres); maintenance of community facilities requires 86,000 cubic metres while local capital projects consume the remainder (30,000 cubic metres). Granular materials sufficient to meet the forecast demand are available in the Paulatuk area. ... (Au)


Inuvialuit settlement sand and gravel inventory and recommendations for development : Inuvik   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[S.l.] : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1987.
ca. 100 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Two folded maps in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33274.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33274.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU XNWYL NWYPW NWII XQGLW

This report presents the results of a study, conducted under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, to determine the supply of granular materials and the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community of Inuvik. Development scenarios and recommendations designed to optimize the utilization of resources for the anticipated demand are presented. In summary, the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community is nearly 7.6 million cubic metres. Ninety-eight percent of the demand is for projects of a speculative nature, such as construction of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk highway and production of armour stone for large-scale offshore petroleum production facilities. The remainder of the demand is for local capital projects (70,200 cubic metres) and maintenance of community facilities (107,000 cubic metres). Granular materials sufficient to meet the forecast demand are available in the Inuvik area. Rock, rock products and general fill are available on a year-round basis by all-weather roads; higher quality aggregates must be obtained at distant sources during the winter months. ... Inuvik is a mature community that has been meeting its granular resource requirements adequately for many years. It is recommended that the community continue to obtain and manage its granular resources in the manner it has established. (Au)


Inuvialuit settlement sand and gravel inventory and recommendations for development : Holman   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[S.l.] : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1987.
ca. 50 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
One folded map in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33275.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33275.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU XNWYL NWYPW NWII XQGLW

This report presents the results of a study, conducted under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, to determine the supply of granular materials and the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community of Holman. Development scenarios and recommendations designed to optimize the utilization of resources for the anticipated demand are presented. In summary, the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community is approximately 126,000 cubic metres. Seventy-eight percent of the demand is for maintenance of community facilities, the remainder is for local capital projects (28,300 cubic metres). (Au)


Inuvialuit settlement sand and gravel inventory and recommendations for development : Aklavik   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[S.l.] : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1987.
ca. 50 leaves : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
One folded map in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33276.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33276.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU XNWYL NWYPW NWII XQGLW

This report presents the results of a study, conducted under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, to determine the supply of granular materials and the 20-year demand for granular materials in the community of Aklavik. Development scenarios and recommendations designed to optimize the utilization of resources for the anticipated demand are presented. The projected 20-year demand for granular materials in the community is approximately 222,000 cubic metres. Fifty-eight percent of the demand is for maintenance of community facilities, the remainder is for local capital projects (92,000 cubic metres). Granular materials sufficient to meet the forecast demand are not readily available in the immediate Aklavik area. Rock, rock products and general fill are readily available on an annual basis by trucking over winter roads from the foothills of the Richardson Mountains. Higher quality (Class 1 and 2) aggregate is not located in the vicinity of the community, but must be obtained in the Inuvik region. Substantial undeveloped granular resource deposits are located within thirty kilometres of the community. ... (Au)


Preliminary granular resources demand, Mackenzie Delta region   /   Hardy BBT Limited   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
Rev. ed.
Calgary, Alta. : Hardy BBT Ltd., 1991.
14, [28] leaves : maps (1 folded) ; 28 cm.
One large folded map sheet in pocket.
Mostly tables.
Appendices.
References.
Revised January 1991.
Enregistrement SISTA 33373.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33373.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU OORD NWII XQGLW

The granular resources in the Mackenzie Delta region are relatively scarce and in many cases quite remote from the communities in the region. The demand for granular resources comes from both community and resource development activities. The establishment of granular resource reserves for use by the Inuvialuit communities was one of the conditions of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, signed in 1984. An additional major demand for granular resources will stem from the anticipated development of the hydrocarbon reserves in the region. ... This report is divided into five sections. Following the introduction, previous granular resource demand studies for the Mackenzie Delta Region are introduced (Section 2.0). This is followed by a description of the methodology used in the present study (Section 3.0) and the updated demand information (Section 4.0). Section 5.0 presents a correlation of granular resource demand with granular resource sources in the region. Section 6.0 presents summary and conclusions of the study and offers some suggestions on how to improve the demand forecasting process. (Au)


Granular resource demand forecast model for the western arctic region   /   North of 60 Engineering Ltd.   McDougall, J.C.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
[Calgary, Alta.] : North of 60 Engineering Ltd., 1993.
14, iii leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Cover title.
Appendix.
Enregistrement SISTA 33369.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33369.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU OORD XQGLW

The purpose of this final report is to briefly describe the development of a Granular Resource Demand Forecast Model for the Western Arctic Region. The report is subdivided into eleven sections. They are: Section 1, this introduction, Sections 2 & 3 which provides the background and objectives for the project, Sections 4 & 5, which discuss the forecasting process and framework for the model, Sections 6 & 7 & 8, which discuss the specifics of the model, Section 9, which outlines the hardware and software requirements, and Sections 10 & 11, which provide sources for additional information. ... The primary objective of the project was to develop a tool that will allow DIAND and the Inuvialuit Land Administration to forecast granular resource requirements in the Western Arctic Region. Some of the specific goals of the project were that the mode: provide a simple user interface, operate under existing platforms (such as Microsoft Excel), provide capability for sensitivity analysis, generate the necessary reports, and provide flexibility to modify correlations based on historic data. Generally speaking, these goals have been achieved. (Au)


Granular resources forecast model user's guide   /   North of 60 Engineering Ltd.   McDougall, J.C.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]   Inuvialuit Land Administration [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : North of 60 Engineering Ltd., 1993.
iii, 66 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Appendices.
Enregistrement SISTA 39452.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/39452.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU XQGLW

... In March 1993, Supply & Services Canada awarded a contract to North of 60 Engineering Ltd. to develop a computer model to forecast granular requirements. The model would be used by both Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and the Inuvialuit Land Administration. The model would provide benefits beyond simplifying the forecasting process - more frequent and accurate forecasting of granular demands, a better understanding of potential impact that the demand may have on the resource and supporting infrastructure, the ability to forecast potential business opportunities and, ultimately, better management of the resource. This user's guide documents the Granular Resource Forecast Model developed by North of 60 Engineering Ltd., its underlying basis, and procedures and tips on how to use the tool in an effective and accurate manner. (Au)


A granular resource demand forecast for the Inuvialuit Settlement Region   /   North of 60 Engineering Ltd.   McDougall, J.C.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]   Inuvialuit Land Administration [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : North of 60 Engineering Ltd., 1995.
51, 6, 9, 7 leaves : ill., col. maps ; 28 cm.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 39453.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/39453.pdf
Bibliothèques : ACU XQGLW

... The primary objectives of the study were to: collect, review and consolidate information from previous forecasts as a starting point for creating the new short and long-term forecasts, assist the Inuvialuit Land Administration to implement the "Granular Resource Demand Forecast Model" to capture historical usage and to develop both short-term (5 year) and long-term (20 year) granular demand forecasts for the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. The review of prior forecasts indicated that they were based on extremely optimistic predictions of the pace and scope of oil and gas development in the region. In turn, this led to substantial forecast demands for granular materials. The 1987 forecast predicted a demand of 17 million m³ of granular material for the period 1987 through 2005. The 1991 forecast predicted a demand of 26 million m³ of granular material for the period 1987 through 2015. The forecasts reflected total granular demand for the development scenarios selected, and as such, the volume of material identified as being required included amounts that would be recovered from lands other than those owned by the Inuvialuit. ... A comparison of actual data to previous forecasts by region indicates that previous estimates were excessively optimistic about granular use in the period 1987 to 1994. Actual use was 2.5% of the 1987 Forecast and 5.5% of the 1991 Forecast. ... (Au)


Additional granular resources information, Inuvialuit Settlement Region granular management planning   /   Canada. Northern Granular Resources Program
[Ottawa : The Program], 1998.
18, 43, 5, [1] p. : maps ; 29 cm.
Appendices.
Enregistrement SISTA 54769.
Langues : Anglais
Bibliothèques : ACU XQGLW

Under the terms of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA), the Inuvialuit Land Administration (ILA) is mandated with managing lands and surface resources (including granular material) on Inuvialuit-owned lands of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR). The Government of Canada has been supporting work to facilitate development of a formal granular resource management plan to assist the ILA through Task 7 - Sand and Gravel Inventories of the IFA Implementation Program (IFAIP). Recent work identified and collected data based on consultations with ISR land management staff (ILA), associated planning offices (Inuvialuit Joint Secretariat (JS)) and other government offices, including Northern Granular Resources Program and, Resources (DIAND), Wildlife and Economic Development (Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development (RWED), Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT). As a result, data sets were listed and described in a data model referred to as the Granular Resource Management Model (GRMM). Geographic Information Systems (GIS), properly implemented, can be a powerful tool in resource management. Some examples of how GIS can be used include: determining resource potential and economic viability, predicting future resource pressures, and demonstrating constraining affects of specific factors on resource availability. Integrated resource management utilizes a wide spectrum of data sets to ensure viable resource management through sustainable stewardship of the resource. A number of geo-spatial data sets are presented here in order to orientate users and parties interested in the availability of spatial data for northwestern Canada and in particular the ISR. Quality spatial data is critical in GIS implementation. More than simply having access to data, the continued implementation of various data sets requires sufficient information about the data. Development of metadata, which is information about data or GIS layers using various categories (e.g., text description, citation information, date published), can fulfill this requirement plus provide a standard format to collect this information. Ever greater numbers of spatial data sets are being developed and much of it is available inexpensively (especially over the internet) through government and private offices. Knowledge of these data and sources of data will facilitate the development of the ILA's GIS. ... This report presents a GIS database built upon the former GRMM. In addition, a metadata table structure has been developed and records on each database theme are included (Appendix 1). These results stem from various data investigations that included government and commercial sources often with the use of the internet. This work was completed for DIAND under Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) Contract no. A7134-7-0016. R.J. Gowan of DIAND was the Scientific Authority for the project. Examples of new data sets are: bedrock and surficial geology, detailed ecosystems, high resolution (1:250,000 scale) topography, low resolution (1:7.5 million and smaller scale) topography, and other raster data (e.g., Landsat TM enhanced to show outcrops, lowland areas). Other themes are considered as less important but potentially useful such as elevation/shaded relief imagery. ... (Au)


A granular resource demand forecast for the Inuvialuit Settlement Region   /   North of 60 Engineering Ltd.   McDougall, J.C.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]   Inuvialuit Land Administration [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : North of 60 Engineering Ltd., 2001.
44 leaves : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
Appendices.
References.
In binder.
Enregistrement SISTA 54962.
Langues : Anglais
Bibliothèques : ACU

... The primary objectives of the study were: to collect, review and consolidate information from previous forecasts as a starting point for creating the new short and long-term forecasts, to develop both short-term (5 year) and long-term (20 year) granular demand forecasts for the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. To update the "Granular Resource Demand Forecast Model" to reflect recent usage and to enhance its speed and ease of use. Significant developments have taken place in the region since the last Granular Forecast was prepared in 1995. Small scale hydrocarbon development has taken place with gas being produced from the Ikhil reservoir where it is treated and then transported to Inuvik for local consumption. The Oil and Gas Industry has a renewed interest in exploring for natural gas, and they are seriously looking to develop discovered reserves, for transportation to markets in Southern Canada. The 1995 forecast predicted a demand of 4 million m³ of granular material for the period 1995 through 2015. This forecast was a major reduction in demand compared to previous forecasts prepared in 1987 and 1991. Notwithstanding it appears that the basis for the forecast was generally accurate with minor exceptions to some of the assumptions in regard to oil and gas exploration activity and development timing. The actual volumes of granular material used over the past 5 year period from 1995 through 1999 was 274,174 m³ - a high percentage of which (15%) was used for the Inuvik Gas Project during 1997 and 1998. Actual usage was 55% higher than predicted which represents a reversal in trends from prior forecasts where the actual usage was much lower than the forecasted volumes. The 2000 granular resource forecast for the Inuvialuit Region is summarized in Figure 1. Total granular demand for the forecast period is 5.372 million cubic meters. Thirteen percent of this demand is associated with community development, while 87 percent is associated with oil and gas exploration and development. The total demand is 30% higher than the 1995 forecast. The higher volumes in the current forecast reflect the increased oil and gas activity that is expected in the region. The 1999 Capital Plan outlined the capital projects for each community for the 2000 to 2005 time period and provided the basis for the 2000 short term forecast. Community demand over the period 2000 to 2005 is forecast to be 176,350 m³. This demand is similar to the 1995 forecast and is in line with actual usage. Total demand over the next 20 years is 704,000 m³. Rising gas prices and a perceived lack of supply in southern Canada has led to renewed interest in gas exploration. Recent and upcoming exploration rights issuances suggest that up to 20 wells may be drilled in the first half of the decade. This expectation of substantial exploration when coupled with potential development may result in community growth especially in Inuvik. Consequently, expectations for granular material for community development have increased from the prior forecast. Oil and gas exploration and development is expected to require 4.6 million cubic meters over the next 20 years. Two thirds of this volume is for development of the large existing onshore natural gas fields. The development of these fields is forecast to occur during the latter half of the first decade with oil development not occurring until the first half of the second decade. (Au)


Granular resources forecast model user's guide   /   North of 60 Engineering Ltd.   McDougall, J.C.   Tetz, C.W.   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]   Inuvialuit Land Administration [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : North of 60 Engineering Ltd., 2002.
i, 22 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
Appendices.
One CD (Granular forecast model) contained in back pocket.
In binder.
Enregistrement SISTA 54963.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/54963.pdf
Bibliothèques : XQGLW ACU

... The primary objective of the project was to develop a Microsoft Access version of the model that will allow DIAND and the Inuvialuit Land Administration to forecast granular resource requirements in the Western Arctic Region. The broad framework for the model is shown in Figure 1. As identified above, the model can focus on the past, present, and future. It draws this information from one central data base that will contain information pertinent to granular resource usage. The intent in following this approach was to provide a tool that would help the various groups forecast granular resource usage and help in the management of current granular usage. ... (Au)


Granular resource demand estimating methods   /   North of 60 Engineering Ltd.   Tetz, C.W.   McDougall, J.C.   Northern Affairs Program (Canada). Natural Resources and Environment Branch [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : North of 60 Engineering Ltd., 2003.
ii, 20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
The second Web link is to the granular resources calculator designed to help project estimators forecast their granular resource needs for a variety of projects.
Enregistrement SISTA 52755.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/52755.pdf
Web : http://www.grancalc.ca
Bibliothèques : ACU

The purpose of this study was to research and develop a web application that allows users to set up a user account, define simple projects and estimate granular resource requirements for those projects. The projects are defined by a combination of simple items or object, such as pads, roads, runways, etc. A series of tasks were performed to create the web application: Task 1 - Develop a framework for the database that will store the information required and the framework for the web application. This includes a definition of the data to collect from the users, the structure of the database tables, and a flowchart diagram describing the main elements of the application. Task 2 - Develop the web application using ASP server-side scripting and an Access database. Server-side scripting is browser independent because the scripting is run on the server. Most of the time was spent on developing and testing this configuration. Task 3 - Publish the web application on the internet at the URL http://www.grancalc.ca. Implementing a dynamic web site that uses a database requires a web server that allows server side scripting and ODBC database access. The web application will not work without such a web server and will not work as a stand-alone application. It must be hosted on a web server. The study produced the following deliverables: The web application, as a set of web pages and a Microsoft Access database. A hosting solution to test the web application, set-up in working condition on a web server. This report, which includes a brief description of application use, a description of the work process, and a detailed description of the application logic. ... Conclusions: The web application was designed to take advantage of one of the simplest methods of creating a web application. The web was created using Microsoft Frontpage, allowing easy implementation of themes and website navigation. Microsoft Access was used to create the database and the queries used to calculate the granular material needed for estimates. The separation of the database from the website will allow future use of the data collected and allow future updates to the application with little effort. www.grancalc.ca is a dynamic web application giving users the ability to determine rough estimates for granular resources and potentially giving DIAND a database of theoretical future projects to aid in the management of granular resources. (Au)


Final report : northern granular resources bibliography : MGP update   /   Arctic Institute of North America   Northern Affairs Program (Canada). Land and Water Management Division [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : AINA, UofC, 2006.
116 p. ; 28 cm.
Appendices.
Enregistrement SISTA 58272.
Langues : Anglais
Bibliothèques : XQGLW ACU

This report summarizes the work done from December 2005 to March 2006 under contract 20-05-0225 to continue work on the Northern Granular Resources Bibliographic Database (NGRBD), which describes publications about granular resources in Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and adjacent offshore areas. One component of the work was to update and expand the Northern Granular Resources Bibliographic Database to ensure greater access to information on Granular resources pertinent to the Mackenzie Gas Project. A second component was to identify organizations to receive surplus granular resources reports, and in some cases contact them. (Au)

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