Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Pine Lake

Location: Alberta, Canada Latitude (N): 52.06° Longitude (W): 113.45°
Site notes:
Campbell, C. 1997
Postglacial Response and Environmental Change in Southeastern Alberta, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 187 pages.
Sites discussed: Pine Lake, Klassen Bajada.

Campbell, C. 1998
Late Holocene Lake Sedimentology and Climate Change in Southern Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Research 49:96-101.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Site discussed: Pine Lake.

Campbell, C., and I. D. Campbell 2002
Reply to Letter to the Editor on "Late Holocene Sedimentology and Climate Change in Southern Alberta, Canada" by White. Quaternary Research 58:398-399.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Site discussed: Pine Lake. Notes that original interpretation of Pine Lake record is consistent with regional climate signals.

Campbell, C., I. D. Campbell, C. B. Blyth, and J. H. McAndrews 1994
Bison Extirpation May Have Caused Aspen Expansion in Western Canada. Ecography 17:360-362.
Sites discussed: Pine Lake, Pasqua Lake.

Campbell, I. D., C. Campbell, M. J. Apps, N. W. Rutter, and A. B. G. Bush 1998
Late Holocene ~1500 yr Climatic Periodicities and their Implications. Geology 26:471-473.
AEU SCI QE 1 G3455 Site discussed: Pine Lake. Concentrates on statistical analysis of the grain-size data.

Campbell, I. D., W. M. Last, C. Campbell, S. Clare, and J. H. McAndrews 2000
The Late-Holocene Paleohydrology of Pine Lake, Alberta: A Multiproxy Investigation. Journal of Paleolimnology 24:427-441.
AEU SCI QE 39.5 P3 J86 Site discussed: Pine Lake.

Crosby, J. M. 1990
Pine Lake. In Atlas of Alberta Lakes, edited by P. Mitchell and E. Prepas, pp. 538-542. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
AEU SCI GB 1630 A3 A8813 Information on current limnological conditions. Includes a bathymetric map.

Rhodes, A. 1998
The Holocene Palaeoclimatic History of Pine Lake, Alberta. Unpublished MSc thesis. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Site discussed: Pine Lake.

White, E. M. 2002
Comment on "Late Holocene Lake Sedimentology and Climate Change in Southern Alberta, Canada" by Campbell. Quaternary Research 58:397.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Site discussed: Pine Lake. Disputes the interpretation of the sedimentological record from Pine Lake.

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