Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Killarney Lake

Location: Manitoba, Canada Latitude (N): 49.18° Longitude (W): 99.68°
Site notes:
Lemmen, D. S., R. E. Vance, S. A. Wolfe, and W. M. Last 1997
Impacts of Future Climate Change on the Southern Canadian Prairies: A Paleoenvironmental Perspective. Geoscience Canada 24(3):121-133.
Sites discussed: Chappice Lake, Elkwater Lake, Harris Lake, Antelope Lake, Clearwater Lake, Oro Lake, Kenosee Lake, Max Lake, Killarney Lake. Brief review of the work carried out at the nine lake sites that were the focus of the Palliser Triangle project.

Morlan, R. E., R. McNeely, and E. Neilson 2000
Manitoba Radiocarbon Dates. Open File Report OF2000-1. Manitoba Industry, Trade and Mines, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 73 pp.
Includes information for radiocarbon dates throughout Manitoba. With respect to The Lake File, it includes information for the following sites: Max Lake, Killarney Lake, Rossendale, and sites in Lakes Winnipeg and Manitoba.

Richmond, K., and L. G. Goldsborough 1999
Late Holocene Paleolimnology of Killarney Lake, Manitoba. In Holocene Climate and Environmental Change in the Palliser Triangle: A Geoscientific Context for Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change in the Southern Canadian Prairies, edited by D. S. Lemmen and R. E. Vance, pp. 111-123. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 534. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
AEU SCI QE 185 A43 No. 534 Site discussed: Killarney Lake.

Vance, R. E., and W. M. Last 1994
Paleolimnology and Global Change on the Canadian Prairies. Current Research 1994-B:49-58. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Sites discussed: Killarney Lake, Harris Lake, Kenosee Lake, Chappice Lake, Antelope Lake, Clearwater Lake, Little Fish Lake, Elkwater Lake, Max Lake.

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