GEOL 313: Our Physical Resources Report a Broken Link

This course examines the occurrence and exploitation of major Earth resources used by modern society, including energy, metallic resources, non-metallic resources, water, and soil. It also examines geological aspects of resource formation, global distribution, and the environmental issues associated with the extraction and use of resources.

Required Readings


Units 1 to 10 and Assignments
 
 
The Canadian Centre for Energy Information. Canada’s Oil Sands, 3rd ed., 2010.

Source institution: The National Energy Board

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Source institution: The National Energy Board

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Reading 2
“Oil Sands Resources.” Chap. 2 in Canada’s Oil Sands: A Supply and Market Outlook to 2015. Calgary, AB: National Energy Board, 2000.
Reading 3
“Oil Sands Pioneers.” Chap. 3 in Canada’s Oil Sands: A Supply and Market Outlook to 2015. Calgary, AB: National Energy Board, 2000.
Reading 4
“A Review of Oil Sands Technology.” Chap. 4 in Canada’s Oil Sands: A Supply and Market Outlook to 2015. Calgary, AB: National Energy Board, 2000.
Reading 5
“Environment.” Chap. 9 in Canada’s Oil Sands: A Supply and Market Outlook to 2015. Calgary, AB: National Energy Board, 2000.
 Reading 9
Kent, Peter. "Metals from the Deep Oceans," in Minerals from the Marine Environment, pp. 29-34. London: Edward Arnold, 1980.
 
 
 
 
 
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