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standard reference for defining the physiographic regions of
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history of Alberta, providing maps showing the geography at each
significant interval. Stelck's main concern is with oil and oil-
bearing formations, so all the geology is assessed in these
Although the discussion focusses on Alberta, much of it deals
the western interior. The Quaternary is covered in a short survey
at the end, and this review is now outdated.