Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Bow Lake

Location: Alberta, Canada Latitude (N): 51.67° Longitude (W): 116.45°
Site notes: In Banff National Park
Blais, J. M., D. W. Schindler, D. C. G. Muir, M. Sharp, D. Donald, M. Lafrenière, E. Braekevelt, and W. M. J. Strachan 2001
Melting Glaciers: A Major Source of Persistent Organochlorines to Subalpine Bow Lake in Banff National Park, Canada. Ambio 30(7):410-415.
Site discussed: Bow Lake.

Blais, J. M., D. W. Schindler, M. Sharp, E. Braekevelt, M. Lafrenière, K. McDonald, D. C. G. Muir, and W. M. J. Strachan 2001
Fluxes of Semivolatile Organochlorine Compounds in Bow Lake, a High-altitude, Glacier-fed, Subalpine Lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Limnology and Oceanography 46:2910-2031.
AEU SCI GC 1 L73 Site discussed: Bow Lake.

Leonard, E. M. 1986
Use of Lacustrine Sedimentary Sequences as Indicators of Holocene Glacial History, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Research 26:218-231.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Sites discussed: Hector Lake, Crowfoot Lake, Bow Lake.

Leonard, E. M., and M. A. Reasoner 1999
A Continuous Holocene Glacial Record Inferred from Proglacial Lake Sediments in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Research 51:1-13.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q24 Site discussed: Crowfoot lake, Bow Lake, Hector Lake.

Reasoner, M. A., G. Osborn, and N. W. Rutter 1993
The Age of the Crowfoot Moraine System in the Canadian Rocky Mountains: A Possible Younger Dryas Time Equivalent Glacial Event. CANQUA '93 Program with Abstracts and Field Guide .
Site discussed: Crowfoot Lake, Bow Lake.

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