The bedrock topography of the Edmonton district consists of broad valleys separated by low, broad divides. The preglacial drainage pattern over most of the district is dendritic. The maps presented in this report, showing sand and gravel deposits and bedrock topography, indicate a number of areas offering good groundwater production potential.
Carlson, V.A. (1967): Bedrock topography and surficial aquifers of the Edmonton district, Alberta; Research Council of Alberta, RCA/AGS Earth Sciences Report 1966-03, 30 p.