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Wendel

Location: North Dakota, USA Latitude (N): 46.42° Longitude (W): 98.33°
Site notes:
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 Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation.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.

Yansa, C. H. 2002
The Spatial and Temporal Boundaries of White Spruce Occupation of the Northern Great Plains During the Terminal Pleistocene Based on Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Evidence. GAC-MAC Abstracts 27:128. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, May 27 - 29 2002, vol. 27.
Sites discussed: Andrews, Neufeld, Coldwater Lake (ND), Beechy, Wendel.

Yansa, C. H. 2002
Late-glacial and Early Postglacial Vegetation and Climate Change in the Northeastern Great Plains: Evidence from Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Studies. Unpublished PhD dissertation. Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA xii + 337 pages.
Sites discussed: Wendel, Coldwater Lake (ND), Trollwood Park, Big Stone Lake. Sites investigated using both pollen and plant macroremains.

Yansa, C. H. 2006
The Timing and Nature of Late Quaternary Vegetation Changes in the Northern Great Plains, USA and Canada: A Re-assessment of the Spruce Phase. Quaternary Science Reviews 25:263-281.
Sites discussed: Rosebud, Strouckel, Cottonwood Lake (SD), Medicine Lake (SD), Coldwater Lake (ND), Wendel, Tappen, Moon Lake (ND), Johns Lake, Rice Lake (ND), Kettle Lake, Scrimbit, Andrews, Hafichuk, Neufeld, Herbert, Kyle, Clearwater Lake (Sask), Beechy, Dinsmore, Riding Mountain (Lake E). Six sites form the main focus of the paper: Wendel, Coldwater Lake, Andrews, Kyle, Beechy, and Neufeld.

Yansa, C. H., W. E. Dean, and E. C. Murphy 2007
Late Quaternary paleoenvironments of an ephemeral wetland in North Dakota, USA; Relative interactions of ground-water hydrology and climate change. Journal of Paleolimnology 38:441-457.
AEU SCI QE 39.5 P3 J86 DOI: 10.1007/s10933- 006-9079-5 Site discussed: Wendel. Examines plant macrofossils and pollen. (18/05/2012).

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