. South Saskatchewan River Watershed Stewards Inc. . Ground WaterIn its simplest state, there are two broad categories of geological deposits found in the watershed:Bedrock deposits and Glacial deposits. The bedrock geology of the South Saskatchewan River Watershed is mostly comprised of a thick shale deposit referred to as the Lea Park Formation. The Lea Park Formation is composed primarily of thick clay and silts, providing low yield water supplies, and is not considered a potential1144
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