Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

La Ronge Bog

Location: Saskatchewan, Canada Latitude (N): 54.97° Longitude (W): 105.27°
Site notes:
Kuhry, P., L. A. Halsey, S. E. Bayley, and D. H. Vitt 1992
Peatland Development in Relation to Holocene Climatic Change in Manitoba and Saskatchewan (Canada). Canadian Journal of Botany 29:1070-1090.
AEU SCI QK 1 C21 Sites discussed: Gypsumville Bog, La Ronge Bog.

Kuhry, P., B. J. Nicholson, L. D. Gignac, D. H. Vitt, and S. E. Bayley 1993
Development of Sphagnum-dominated Peatlands in Boreal Continental Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 71:10-22.
AEU SCI QK 1 C21 Sites discussed: Gypsumville Bog, Elk Island, Beauval, La Ronge Bog Buffalo Narrows.

Morlan, R. E., R. McNeely, S. A. Wolfe, and B. T. Schreiner 2001
Quaternary Dates and Vertebrate Faunas in Saskatchewan. Geological Survey of Canada Open File 3888. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 139 pp.
Includes information on radiocarbon dates from sites throughout Saskatchewan, including archaeological sites. With respect to The Lake File, it includes information for the following sites: Bushfield West (p. 52), Bushfield East (p. 53), Crown Site (pp. 54-55), Horseman (p. 77), Earl Grey (p. 80), Marl Pond (p. 82), Cycloid Lake (p. 82), Lake A (p.82), Scrimbit (pp. 95-96), Clearwater (pp. 96-97), Andrews (pp. 99-100), Kyle (pp. 100-101), Beechy (p. 101), Martens Slough (p. 103), and La Ronge Bog (p. 117).

Nicholson, B. J., and D. H. Vitt 1994
Wetland Development at Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 12:19-34.
AEU SCI QE 39.5 P3 J86 Site discussed: Elk Island.

Rawson, D. S. 1960
A Limnological Comparison of Twelve Large Lakes in Northern Saskatchewan. Limnology and Oceanography 5(2):195-211.
AEU SCI GC 1 L73 Lakes discussed are: Lac La Ronge, Little Peter Pond Lake, Lac Ile a La Crosse, Waskesiu Lake, Reindeer Lake, Wollaston Lake, Cree Lake, Lake Athabasca, Amisk Lake, Frobisher Lake, Churchill Lake, Big Peter Pond Lake.

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