Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Wild Spear Lake

Location: Alberta, Canada Latitude (N): 59.25° Longitude (W): 114.15°
Site notes:
MacDonald, G. M. 1987a
Postglacial Vegetation History of the Mackenzie River Basin. Quaternary Research 28:245-262.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Sites discussed: Lac Mélèze, Lake Demain, Wild Spear Lake. Presents a pollen record from each lake. (12/Nov/2010).

MacDonald, G. M. 1987
Postglacial Development of the Subalpine-Boreal Transition Forest of Western Canada. Journal of Ecology 75:303-320.
AEU SCI QH 540 J86 Sites discussed: Yesterday Lake, Lone Fox Lake, Wild Spear Lake, Snowshow Lake.

MacDonald, G. M. 1990
Postglacial Vegetation History of the Mackenzie River Basin. Quaternary Research 28:245-262.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Site discussed: Lac Demain.

Cwynar, L. C., and G. M. MacDonald 1987
Geographical Variation of Lodgepole Pine In Relation to Population History. The American Naturalist 129(3):463-469.
Sites discussed: Elk Valley, Wedge Lake, Goldeye Lake, Spring Lake, Boone Lake, Yesterday Lake, Lone Fox Lake, Snowshoe Lake, Wild Spear Lake, Lac Ciel Blanc, John Klondike Bog, Kettlehole Pond, Waterdevil Pond, Cinquefoil-Dwindling Ponds, Buggy Pond, Natla Bog, Antifreeze Pond, Chapman Lake, Gill Lake. A companion paper to MacDonald and Cwynar (1985).

MacDonald, G. M., and L. C. Cwynar 1985
A Fossil Pollen Based Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary History of Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta ssp latifolia) in the Western Interior of Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15:1039-1044.
AEU SCI SD 145 C23 Sites discussed: Elk Valley, Wedge Lake, Goldeye Lake, Spring Lake, Boone Lake, Yesterday Lake, Lone Fox Lake, Snowshoe Lake, Wild Spear Lake, Lac Ciel Blanc, John Klondike Bog, Kettlehole Pond, Waterdevil Pond, Cinquefoil-Dwindling Ponds, Buggy Pond, Natla Bog, Antifreeze Pond, Chapman Lake, Gill Lake. Pollen records from twenty sites used to document the arrival and expansion of lodgepole pine.

McLeod, T. K., and G. M. MacDonald 1997
Postglacal range expansion and population growth of Picea mariana, Picea glauca and Pinus banksiana in the western interior Canada. Journal of Biogeography 24(6):865-881.
Sites discussed: Twin Tamarack Lake, Sweet Little Lake, Lac Meleze, Gannet Lake, Rugged Lake, Lac Demain, Lac Ciel Blanc, Wild Spear Lake, Snowshoe Lake, Lone Fox Lake, Hobbes Lake, Long Lake, Cycloid Lake. Examines patterns and rate of dispersal of the three tree taxa based on pollen records from this transect of lakes. (21/05/2012).

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