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Bog D Pond

Location: Minnesota, USA Latitude (N): 47.18° Longitude (W): 95.16°
Site notes:
Ashworth, A. C., and A. M. Cvancara 1983
Paleoecology of the Southern Part of the Lake Agassiz Basin. In Glacial Lake Agassiz, edited by J. T. Teller and L. Clayton. Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 26. Geological Association of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Sites discussed: Bog D Pond, Terhell Pond, Moorhead, Red Lake Peatland, Lake Bronson, Pickerel lake, Mirror Pool, Seminary Site, Thompson Pond, Martin Pond.

Jacobsen Jr, G. L. 1979
The Palaeoecology of White Pine (Pinus strobus) in Minnesota. Journal of Ecology 67:697-726.
AEU SCI QH 540 J86 Sites discussed: Pickerel Lake, Kirchner Marsh, Bog D Pond, Rossburg Bog, Myrtle Lake, Nelson Pond-Jacobson Lake, Willow River Pond, Ondris Pond.

McAndrews, J. H. 1963
Postglacial Vegetation History of the Prairie-Forest Transition of Northwestern Minnesota. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA vii + 112 pp.
Sites distributed as follows. Pinus-Hardwood Formation: Martin Pond (long core), Cindy Pond, Bog D Pond (long core), Bog A Pond, Bad Medicine Pond, McCraney Pond, Reichow Pond, Terhell Pond (long core). Quercus Savannah Formation: Horse Pond. Prairie Formation: Faith Pond, Thompson Pond (long core). Eleven cores analyzed in total; four long cores that cover entire postglacial, seven short cores that cover only the immediate presettlement and post settlement record. Sites comprise the Itasca transect.

McAndrews, J. H. 1966
Postglacial History of Prairie, Savanna, and Forest in Northwestern Minnesota. Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club 22(2):1-72.
Sites distributed as follows. Pinus-Hardwood Formation: Martin Pond (long core), Cindy Pond, Bog D Pond (long core), Bog A Pond, Bad Medicine Pond, McCraney Pond, Reichow Pond, Terhell Pond (long core). Quercus Savannah Formation: Horse Pond. Prairie Formation: Faith Pond, Thompson Pond (long core). Eleven cores analyzed in total; four long cores that cover entire postglacial, seven short cores that cover only the immediate presettlement and post settlement record. Sites comprise the Itasca transect. Also discusses vegetation around Sedvy Lake.

McAndrews, J. H. 1967
Pollen Analysis and Vegetation History of the Itasca Region, Minnesota. In Quaternary Paleoecology, edited by E. J. Cushing and H. E. Wright Jr. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
Sites discussed: Martin Pond, Thompson Pond, Bog D Pond, Terhell Pond.

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