Canadian Prairies - Palaeoecology and
- Fredlund, G. G., and L. T. Tieszen 1994
- Modern Phytolith Assemblages from the North American Great
Journal of Biogeography 21:321-335.
AEU SCI G 1 J855 Calibration data. Only
includes sample sites from the US.
- Gajewski, K., R. Vance, M. Sawada, and I.
Fung (L. D. Gignac, L. Halsey, J. John, P. Maisongrande, P.
Mandell, P. J. Mudie, P. J. H. Richard, A. G. Sherin, J. Soroko,
and D. H. Vitt) 2000
- The Climate of North America and Adjacent Ocean Waters at ca.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 37:661-681.
AEU SCI QE 1 C212
- Lemmen, D. S., R. E. Vance, S. A. Wolfe,
W. M. Last 1997
- Impacts of Future Climate Change on the Southern Canadian
Prairies: A Palaeoenvironmental Perspective.
Geoscience Canada 24:121-133.
AEU SCI QE 1 G355
- Michels, A., K. R. Laird, S. E. Wilson, D.
Thomson, P. R. Leavitt, R. J. Oglesby, and B. F. Cumming 2007
- Multidecadal to Millennial-scale Shifts in Drought Conditions
on the Canadian Prairies Over the Past Six Millennia:
for Future Drought Assessment.
Global Change Biology 13:1295-1307.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2007.01367.x Sites
discussed: Chauvin Lake, Humboldt Lake, Oro Lake. Climate
reconstructions based on diatom records. (12/Nov/2010).
- Rempel, L. L., and D. G. Smith 1998
- Postglacial Fish Dispersal from the Mississippi Refuge to the
Mackenzie River Basin.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 55:893-
Discusses the possibility of an Agassiz-
Clearwater dispersal route for fish from the Mississippi drainage
around 9900 years ago. Examines distributional and genetic
that supports this hypothesis.
- Ritchie, J. C. 1987
Postglacial Vegetation of Canada. Cambridge University
Press, Cambridge, England, UK. 178 pages.
AEU SCI QE 931 R599 1987
- Sauchyn, D. J. 1997
- Appendix 1: Proxy Records of Postglacial Climate in the
Canadian Prairie Provinces: A Guide to the Literature and Current
In Responding to Global Climate Change in the Prairies.
pages, edited by R. Herrington, B. Johnson and F. Hunter. Canada
Country Study: Climate Impacts and Adaptation Volume III.
Environment Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
AEU SCI QC 981.8 C5 H567 1997 A pdf version
this volume, including Appendix 1, can be downloaded from http://www.ec.
- Stewart, K. W., and C. C. Lindsey 1983
- Postglacial Dispersal of Lower Vertebrates in the Lake
In Glacial Lake Agassiz, edited by J. T. Teller and L.
Clayton, pp. 391-419. Geological Association of Canada Special
Paper No. 26.
AEU SCI QE 697 G54 Discusses fish, reptiles
and amphibians. (02/Sep/2010).
- Vance, R. E., A. B. Beaudoin, and B. H.
- The Paleoecological Record of 6 ka BP Climate in the Canadian
Géographie physique et Quaternaire 49:81-98 In
Volume: Paleogeography and Paleoecology of 6000 yr BP in
Canada, edited by H. Jetté.
AEU SCI G 1 R452
- van der Kamp, G., D. Keir, and M. S. Evans
- Long-term water level changes in closed-basin lakes of the
Canadian Water Resources Journal 33(1):23-38.
Sites discussed: Little Fish Lake, Lower
Lake, Upper Mann Lake, Muriel Lake, Manito Lake, Redberry Lake,
Little Manitou Lake, Lenore Lake, Waldea Lake, Big Quill Lake,
Little Quill Lake, Fishing Lake, Kenosee Lake, Whitebear Lake,
Lake, White Water Lake, Devils Lake (ND). Looks at instrumental
records of lake level changes and data from examination of air
photos. Only a few lakes have records that extend to the early
twentieth century; most data is for the last half of the
century. Most lakes show a generally falling trend.
Devils Lake stands out as being markedly different with a
rising trend since the 1940s. (21/05/2012).
- Vitt, D. H., L. A. Halsey, I. E. Bauer, and
C. Campbell 2000
- Spatial and Temporal Trends in Carbon Storage of Peatlands
Continental Western Canada Through the Holocene.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 37:683-693.
AEU SCI QE 1 C212
- Yansa, C. H. 2006
- The timing and nature of Late Quaternary vegetation changes
the northern Great Plains, USA and Canada: a re-assessment of the
Quaternary Science Reviews 25(3-4):263-281.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q245
- Yansa, C. H. 2007
- Lake Records of Northern Plains Paleoindian and Early Archaic
Environments: the "Park Oasis" Hypothesis.
Plains Anthropologist 52:109-144.
AEU HSS E 51 P69