Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Pasqua Lake

Location: Saskatchewan, Canada Latitude (N): 50.78° Longitude (W): 104.00°
Site notes:
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.

Hall, R. I., P. R. Leavitt, R. Quinlan, A. S. Dixit, and J. P. Smol 1999
Effects of Agriculture, Urbanization, and Climate on Water Quality in the Northern Great Plains. Limnology and Oceanography 44:739-756.
AEU SCI GC 1 L73 Site discussed: Pasqua Lake.

McAndrews, J. H. 1988
Human Disturbance of North American Forests and Grasslands: The Fossil Pollen Record. In Vegetation History, edited by B. Huntley and T. Webb III, pp. 673-697. Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
Sites discussed: Lake Patzcuaro, Mexico; Lake [sic] Quexil, Guatemala; Mug House Pueblo, Colorado; Crawford Lake, Ontario; Linsley Pond, Connecticut; Quirke Lake, Ontario; Kouert Lake, Minnesota; Pasqua Lake, Saskatchewan; Wildcat Lake, Washington; Deer Lake, British Columbia. A review paper of published sites, pollen diagrams from the discussed sites are included (10/10/2009).

Quinlan, R. 2000
Fossil Chironomids as Indicators of Water Quality Changes in South-central Ontario and Qu'Appelle Valley (Saskatchewan) Lakes. Unpublished PhD dissertation. Department of Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada xvii + 256 pages.
Sites discussed: Last Mountain Lake, Crooked Lake, Round Lake, Buffalo Pound Lake, Pasqua Lake, Echo Lake, Mission Lake, Katepwa Lake.

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