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Milk River-Lodge Creek drainage divide area landform origins, southeast Alberta, Canada

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins in the Milk River-Lodge Creek drainage divide area located in the Alberta southeast corner. The Milk River flows in an east direction to the Alberta southeast corner and then turns to flow in a southeast direction into Montana. Lodge Creek is a southeast-oriented Milk […]

Chin Coulee-Milk River drainage divide area landform origins, south central Alberta, Canada

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins in the Chin Coulee-Milk River drainage divide area of south central Alberta, Canada. The Milk River and its North Fork originate on the east edge of Glacier National Park in Montana and flow in northeast directions into southern Alberta where they join and then […]