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)


Inuvik area granular deposits
[Canada : s.n., 199-?].
[207] p. : maps ; 28 cm.
Cover title.
Indexed a PDF file.
Enregistrement SISTA 55262.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/55262.pdf
Bibliothèques : XQGLW

The objective of this study was to assemble and create a computerized database about "Inuvik Area Gravel Deposits". This report covers the region in the vicinity of the Fort McPherson Ice Road and the Mackenzie Ice Road (Richards Island, Inuvik region, Akalvik region, Tununuk Point, Lousy Point, Mid Lake region) and the Dempster Highway. For each granular deposit identified, information was entered on a computer record in the Report Catalogue database. All sources listed within the Report were plotted on NTS maps, and UTM coordinates were determined for the centre of each source. All technical information for each source was entered into the Source Database. One data sheet was prepared for each source listed in the Inuvik Area. Information on development potential of deposits and constaints is also included, along with a lot of other site specific information. (SISTA)


Report on evaluation of granular resource potential, Mackenzie Delta region   /   Hardy BBT Limited   Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada [Commanditaire]
Calgary, Alta. : Hardy BBT Ltd., 1991.
33, [15] leaves : maps (some folded) ; 28 cm.
Two large folded map sheets in pocket.
Appendices.
References.
Enregistrement SISTA 33372.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33372.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. ... the detailed terms of reference for the study were established as follows: - identify and delineate, on the basis of a literature review and from granular resource database files provided by DIAND, all potential granular resource deposits in the Mackenzie Delta Region; - subdivide the study area into proposed borrow mapping areas based on physiographic regions, the regional supply/demand situation, and/or likely pipeline construction corridor; prepare preliminary estimates of proven, probable, and prospective quantities of various granular material types in each of the proposed borrow mapping areas; - identify any known physical/environmental constraints that are encountered in delineating the source; - assess the overall suitability of each granular resource prospect with respect to the quality, overburden and drainage; - provide guidelines for estimating the amount of additional field testing that should be considered for the more promising borrow sources; - summarize the results of the study by preparing a table, or series of tables, for each proposed borrow mapping area indicating all sources identified, location, access, landform and generic origin of deposit, environmental concern, quantity and quality of materials, and an overall assessment of the prospect; and - prepare a final report, including maps and tables, describing the results of the study. The report was to include descriptions of: physiographic regions; surficial geology and geomorphology; granular material types; proposed borrow mapping areas; granular resource potential; and recommendations for future granular resource studies. (Au)


Paulatuk granular resources inventory and recommendations for development (A part of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement Implementation Program - Task 7 : sand and gravel inventories)   /   EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.   Northwest Territories. Transportation [Commanditaire]
Yellowknife, N.W.T. : EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd., 1991.
[4], 26, [154] leaves : maps (2 folded in envelopes) ; 28 cm.
Appendices.
References.
Contents: Appendix A : General limitations - Appendix B : Geotechnical fieldwork and data report, Paulatuk, NWT, 1991 / EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd. - Appendix C : Report catalogue dictionary and entries - Appendix D : Source database dictionary and entries - Appendix E : Borehole/testpit logs included in database - Appendix F : Laboratory data for boreholes and testpits included in database.
Enregistrement SISTA 33568.
Langues : Anglais
Web : http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/gran/33568.pdf
Bibliothèques : XQGLW XNWYL

EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd. (EBA) was contracted ... to complete an investigation of several potential granular borrow sources near Paulatuk, N.W.T., and to compile existing information on these sources into a borehole/test pit database. Based on existing and new field and laboratory data, a granular resources inventory and development recommendations are presented. ... This report presents an evaluation of granular resources for Sources 12, 22, 23, and 24 in the Paulatuk area, including material classification, inventory, supply and demand, and borrow source development recommendations. A discussion of the computer database organization is also presented, as well as copies of the borehole/test pit logs and available laboratory test data. Details of EBA's 1991 investigation of Sources 12 and 23 are presented in Appendix B. Disk copies of the databases are presented under separate cover. Total volumes of Class 2 granular materials inventoried are 19,640 m³, 79,480 m³, and 292,780 m³ for proven, probable and prospective volumes, respectively. Class 3 materials are 113,740 m³, 724,610 m³ and 4,034,110 m³ for proven, probable and prospective volumes, respectively. Class 4 materials are 379,990 m³, 3,552,770 m³ and 11,079,070 m³ for proven, probable and prospective volumes, respectively. (Au)


Granular potential mapping of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk corridor   /   GSI - GeoSystems Integration   Eddy, B.G.   Northern Affairs Program (Canada). Natural Resources and Environment Branch [Commanditaire]
Ottawa : GSI - GeoSystems Integration, 2001.
19 leaves : maps (some folded) ; 28 cm.
Appendices.
Contract no. 00-0508.
Enregistrement SISTA 52752.
Langues : Anglais
Bibliothèques : ACU XQGLW

This report presents the results of an anaylsis of the Northern Granular Resource inventory (NGR) in the vicinity of the Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk corridor (ITC) of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR) of the Northwest Territories. The analysis is an extension of the methodology developed in a previous report that uses Fuzzy Logic to present granular resource potential maps at multiple scales, using multiple scale source information. The study area was selected on the criteria that it is representative of the variance in data coverage and quality within the NGR as a whole, and because granular resources in this area are considerably important to these northern communities. The objective of this report is two-fold: 1) To map the relative favourability of granular resources for both 'Gravel' and 'Sand and Gravel' potential, at multiple scales as appropriate, 2) To calculate statistical and gross volume estimates for sub-regions that can be used as an initial guide to delineating potential resource areas within the ITC. The fuzzy logic method is used to illustrate how the NGR (as a whole) can be used to evaluate resource cluster areas, which can be compared for their relative resource potential in relation to cost-distance factors along proposed corridors. The benefits of this approach are that the entire NGR can be systematically analysed in such a way that different localities can be compared on the basis of both quantitative and qualitative properties. While this approach does map granular resource potential and provides quantitative volume estimates for various sub-regions, the analysis is limited to gross estimates for two general granular resource material types: 1) Sand and Gravel, and 2) Gravel-only. This analysis does not provide volume estimates of the type normally derived at site-specific resource assessment stages of development. However, statistically, the estimates calculated here provide a relative measure on which to base qualitative judgements for various cluster areas as to their relative potential along the ITC. The method allows a quick inventory level assessment of the entire database, in which areas are highlighted and ranked according to their relative potential for further investigation. The specific method used in this analysis was developed in the previous report, with the following two modifications: 1) Granular resource site-plan polygons, derived from air photo interpretations, were incorporated in this analysis to represent Level 4 data. 2) The fuzzy functions (fuzzy assignment values) applied to the borehole data were refined from the previous study on the basis of a full range analysis of the 880 boreholes used in this analysis. Whereas the data contained in the NGR is inherently multi-scalar, the resource potential maps must also take the multi-scalar factor into account. The method developed in the previous report is exended to include site plan information derived from air photo interpretation of granular deposits, and subsequently, evaluate and qualify (or disqualify) resource potential of these areas on the basis of evidence provided in borehole data intersecting these regions. With this in mind, the maps and tables presented in this report are structured in terms of the multi-scalar context. The most appropriate representation of the results is presented as two composite resource maps that show the relative granular resource potential for both 'Sand and Gravel' and 'Gravel', complimented by nine (9) sub-areas. The sub-areas are further delinated and described in terms of their relative resource potential, and some relative quantitative data that compares gross resource volume estimates for both granular resource types, for each of the nine sub-regions. ... (Au)

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