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Recent Publications by
Canadian Palynologists
and about Canadian Palynology


This list consists of recent publications, mainly by CAP members, on palynological and palaeoecological themes. To conserve space, it covers only the last two years (2013-2014). Older articles can be found in the alphabetical listing in the archive section of the CAP Library. Please send additions, updates, or corrections to this list to Alwynne B. Beaudoin.

Bryant, V. M., 2013. Analytical Techniques in Forensic Palynology. In: Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, Volume 4, Second Edition, edited by Scott A. Elias, pp. 556-566. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Bunbury, Joan, and Konrad Gajewski, 2013. Effects of the White River Ash event on aquatic environments, southwest Yukon, Canada. Arctic 66(1):17-31.

Casas-Monroy O., S. Roy and A. Rochon (in press). Dinoflagellate cysts in ballast sediments: differences between Canada’s east coast, west coast and the Great Lakes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.

Combourieu-Nebout, N., O. Peyron, V. Bout-Roumazeilles, S. Goring, I. Dormoy, S. Joannin, L. Sadori, G. Siani, and M. Magny, 2013. Holocene vegetation and climate changes in central Mediterranean inferred from a high-resolution marine pollen record (Adriatic Sea). Climate of the Past 9:2023-2042.

Courtney-Mustaphi, Colin, and Konrad Gajewski, 2013. Holocene sediments from a coastal lake on northern Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences DOI: 10.1139/cjes-2012-0143.

Durantou, L., A. Rochon, D. Ledu, G. Massé, S. Schmidt and M. Babin (in press) Quantitative reconstruction of sea-surface conditions over the last ~150 yr in the Beaufort Sea based on dinoflagellate cyst assemblages: the role of large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns. Biogeosciences Discussion 9:7257-7289, BioGeosciences (accepted).

Eyles, N., M. Meriano, and P. Chow-Fraser, 2013. Impacts of European settlement (1840- present) in a Great Lake watershed and lagoon: Frenchman's Bay, Lake Ontario, Canada. Environmental Earth Sciences 68 (8):2211-2228.

Fortin, M-C., and Konrad Gajewski (in press) Potential problems with the use of gridded climate data in regional quantitative paleoenvironmental studies from data-poor regions. Journal of Paleolimnology. doi 10.1007/s10933- 012-9639-9.

Frechette, B., and Anne de Vernal,2013. Evidence for large-amplitude biome and climate changes in Atlantic Canada during the last interglacial and mid-Wisconsinan periods. Quaternary Research 79(2):242-255.

Galloway, J. M., A. R. Sweet, G. T. Swindles, K. Dewing, T. Hadlari, A. F. Embry, and H. Sanei, 2013. Middle Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous paleoclimate of Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago inferred from the palynostratigraphy. Marine and Petroleum Geology 44:240-255.

Galloway, J. M., A. Wigston, R. T. Patterson, G. T. Swindles, E. Reinhardt, and H. M. Roe, 2013. Climate change and decadal to centennial-scale climate periodicities recorded in a late Holocene NE Pacific marine record: Examining the role of solar forcing. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 386(15):669-689.

Gill, J. L., K. K. McLauchlan, A. M. Skibbe, S. Goring, and J. W. Williams, 2013. Linking abundances of the dung fungus Sporormiella to the density of Plains bison: Implications for assessing grazing by megaherbivores in the paleorecord. Journal of Ecology 101:1125-1136.

Goring, Simon, Terri Lacourse, Marlow G. Pellatt, and Rolf W Mathewes, 2013. Pollen richness is not correlated to plant species richness in British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Ecology 101:1137-1145.

Hadley, K. R., M. S. V. Douglas, D. Lim, and John Smol, 2013. Diatom assemblages and limnological variables from 40 lakes and ponds on Bathurst Island and neighboring high Arctic islands. International Review of Hydrobiology 98(1):44-59.

Haggart, J.W., K. M. Bell, C. J. Schröder-Adams, J. A. Campbell, J. B. Mahoney, and K. Jackson, 2013. New biostratigraphic data from Cretaceous strata of the Eagle Plain region, northern Yukon: reassessment of age and regional stratigraphic relationships. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 61(2):101-132.

Huntley, M. J. W., R. W. Mathewes, and W. Shotyk, 2013. High-resolution palynology, climate change and human impact on a late Holocene peat bog on Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada. The Holocene 23(11):1572-1583.

Karrow, Paul K., and G. L. Mackie, 2013. Postglacial lake shoreline surveys and lacustrine paleobiotic records in northern Bruce and Grey counties, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39(1):100-109.

Lamarre, A., G. Magnan, M. Garneau and É. Boucher, 2013. A testate amoeba-based transfer function for paleohydrological reconstruction from boreal and subarctic peatlands in northeastern Canada. Quaternary International 306:88-96. DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2013.05.054.

Lucas, J. D. and Terri Lacourse, 2013. Holocene vegetation history and fire regimes of Pseudotsuga menziesii forests in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Quaternary Research 79(3):366-376.

McLeman, R., J. Dupre, L. Berrang-Ford, J. Ford, K. Gajewski, and G. Marchildon, 2013. What we Learned from the Dust bowl: Lessons in Science, Policy and Adaptation. Population and Environment DOI 10.1007/s11111-013-0190-z.

Michelutti, N., K. M. McCleary, D. Antoniades, P. Sutherland, J. M. Blais, M. S. V. Douglas, and J. P. Smol, 2013. Using paleolimnology to track the impacts of early Arctic peoples on freshwater ecosystems from southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. Quaternary Science Reviews 76:82-95.

Mudie, Peta J., and Michelle A. Lelièvre (in press) Palynological study of a Mi’kmaw shell midden, Northeast Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Archaeological Science, on-line. DOI: 10.1016/j.jas.2012.10.004,

Mustaphi, C. J. C., and M. F. Pisaric, 2013. Varying influence of climate and aspect as controls of montane forest fire regimes during the late Holocene, south-eastern British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Biogeography 40(10):1983-1996. DOI:10.1111/jbi.12143.

Neulieb, T., E. Levac, J. Southon, M. Lewis, I. F. Pendea, and G. L. Chmura, 2013. Potential pitfalls in pollen dating. Radiocarbon 55 (3/4): in press.

Paquette, N., and Konrad Gajewski, 2013. Climatic change causes abrupt changes in forest composition, inferred from a high-resolution pollen record, southwestern Quebec, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 75:169-180.

Peyron, O., M. Magny, S. Goring, S. Joannin, J.-L. de Beaulieu, E. Brugiapaglia, L. Sadori, G. Garfi, K. Kouli, and N. Combourieu-Nebout, 2013. Contrasting patterns of climatic changes during the Holocene in the central Mediterranean (Italy) reconstructed from pollen data. Climate of the Past 9:1233-1252.

Pienkowski, A. J., J. H. England, M. F. A. Furze, S. Blasco, P. J. Mudie, and B. MacLean, 2013. 11000 yrs of environmental change in the Northwest Passage: A multiproxy core record from central Parry Channel, Canadian High Arctic. Marine Geology 341:68-85.

Pienkowski, A. J., J. H. England, M. F. A. Furze, B. MacLean, and S. Blasco, 2013. The late Quaternary environmental evolution of marine Arctic Canada: Barrow Strait to Lancaster Sound. Quaternary Science Reviews, in press. DOI:10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.09.025

Radi, Taoufik, Sophie Bonnet, Marc-André Cormier, Anne de Vernal, Lise Durantou, Étienne Faubert, Martin J. Head, Maryse Henry, Vera Pospelova, André Rochon and Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove, 2013. Operational taxonomy and (paleo-)autecology of round, brown, spiny dinoflagellate cysts from the Quaternary of high northern latitudes. Marine Micropaleontology 98:41-57. DOI: 10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.11.001

Sonnenburg, E. P., J. I. Boyce, and E. J. Reinhardt, 2013. Multi-proxy lake sediment record of prehistoric (Paleoindian-Archaic) archaeological paleoenvironments at Rice Lake, Ontario, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 73:77-92.

Strong, W. L. and L. V. Hills, 2013. Holocene migration of lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia) in southern Yukon, Canada. The Holocene 23(9):1340-1349.

Swindles, G. T., J. Galloway, Z. Outram, K. Turner, J. E. Schofield, A. Newton, A. J. Dugmore, M. J. Church, E. Watson, C. M. Batt, J. M. Bond, J. K. Edwards, V. Turner, and D. Bashford, 2013. Redeposited cryptotephra layers in Holocene peats linked to anthropogenic activity. The Holocene 23:1493-1501.

Townsend, L., and R. J. Hebda, 2013. Pollen and Macro-Fossil Assemblages in Disturbed Urban Wetlands on South Vancouver Island Reveal Recent Invasion of Reed Canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea) and Guide Restoration. Restoration Ecology 21(1):114-123. DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2011.00851.x

Watchorn, M. A., P. B. Hamilton, and R. T. Patterson, 2013. The paleolimnology of Haynes Lake, Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario, Canada: documenting anthropogenic and climatic disturbances. Environmental Earth Sciences 68(7):1823-1834.

Weston, J. F., R. A. MacRae, P. Ascoli, M. K. E. Cooper, R. A. Fensome, D. Shaw, and G. L. Williams, 2012. A revised biostratigraphic and well-log sequencestratigraphic framework for the Scotian Margin, offshore eastern Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 49(12): 1417-1462 DOI: 10.1139/e2012-070.

White, C. E., T. Palacios, S. Jensen and S. M. Barr (in press) Cambrian-Ordovician acritarchs in the Meguma terrane, Nova Scotia, Canada: Resolution of early Paleozoic stratigraphy and implications for paleogeography. Geological Society of America Bulletin, online version. DOI: 10.1130/B30638.1


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