Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Grizzly Pond

Location: Alberta, Canada Latitude (N): Longitude (W):
Site notes: In Banff National Park. UTM PG 035746


White, J. M. 1988
Palaeoecological Research in Banff National Park. In Parks Canada Archaeology in Western Region, 1984, edited by D. Steer, I. Sumpter, R. Pickard, F. Fedje, J. White, L. Gullason, S. Haley, S. Robinson, H. D'Amour and J. Svencicki, pp. 16-17. Research Bulletin No. 264. Parks Canada, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Sites discussed: Copper Lake, Grizzly Pond. Mentions Grizzly Pond at junction of the Cascade and Bow Valleys. Core contains Mazama and Bridge River tephra. Short postglacial record so report indicates that no further analysis will be carried out on this core. Mentions the Copper Lake core. Mentions occurrence of three tephras in this core: Bridge River, Mazama, and an unknown tephra (lowest in the core).

Alwynne B. Beaudoin's Home Page This presentation has been compiled and is © 1998-2024 by
Alwynne B. Beaudoin (abeaudoi@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca)
You are visitor # 1517