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Kelowna Bog

Location: British Columbia, Canada Latitude (N): 49.93° Longitude (W): 119.38°
Site notes: East side of Kelowna Lake, in Okanagan valley.
Alley, N. 1976
The Palynology and Palaeoclimatic Significance of a Dated Core of Holocene Peat, Okanagan Valley, Southern British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 13:1131-1140.
AEU SCI QE 1 C212 Site discussed: Kelowna Bog.

Ritchie, J. C. 1985
Quaternary Pollen Records from the Western Interior and the Arctic of Canada. In Pollen Records of Late-Quaternary North American Sediments, edited by V. M. Bryant Jr and R. G. Holloway, pp. 327-352. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Texas, USA.
Sites discussed: Watino, Kelowna Bog, Chalmers Bog, Yamnuska Bog, Wedge Lake, Wabamun Lake, Robinson, Lofty Lake, Fiddlers Pond, Spring Lake, Boone Lake, Herbert, Hafichuk, Kayville (Scrimbit), Clearwater, Crestwynd, Martens Slough, Lake A, Lake B, Cycloid Lake, Belmont Lake, Glenboro, Sewell Lake, Lake Manitoba, Riding Mountain, Riding Mountain (E Lake), Russell, Grand Rapids, Flin Flon, Porcupine Mountain, Clearwater Bog, Thompson, Lynn Lake, Reindeer Lake, Ennadai Lake, Nichol Lake, Long Lake (NWT), Slow River, Grant Lake, Natla Bog, John Klondike Bog, Hanging Lake, Twin Tamarack Lake. A useful review article. Includes summary pollen diagrams for many of the sites discussed.

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