Citations of Electronic Documents

Beaudoin, A. B., D. S. Lemmen and R. E. Vance (1997) Paleoenvironmental Records of Postglacial Climate Change in the Prairie Ecozone. On-line paper for EMAN (Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network), based on a plenary presentation at the 3rd National EMAN Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 22 January 1997.
  1. Cyr, Howard, Calla McNamee, Leslie Amundson, and Andrea Freeman (2011) Reconstructing landscape and vegetation through multiple proxy indicators: A geoarchaeological examination of the St. Louis site, Saskatchewan, Canada. Geoarchaeology 26(2):165-188.

  1. Huff, Valerie (2009) From Reclamation to Restoration: Native Grass Species for Revegetation in Northeast British Columbia. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. xv + 218 pages.
  2. Last, William M., and Fawn M. Ginn (2005) Saline systems of the Great Plains of western Canada: an overview of the limnogeology and paleolimnology. Saline Systems 1:10, 38 pages. (on-line publication)
  3. Wikeem, Brian, and Sandra Wikeem (2004) The Grasslands of British Columbia. Grasslands Conservation Council of British Columbia, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. xvii + 479 pages.
  4. Last, William M. and Lynn I. Kelley (2002) Salt Lakes of the Northern Great Plains. Post-Conference Field Trip B2, May 30-31, 2002, Geological Association of Canada - Mineralogical Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 26-29, 2002. 177 pages.
  5. Yansa, Catherine H. (2002) Late-glacial and Early Post-glacial Vegetation and Climate Change in the Northeastern Great Plains: Evidence from Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Studies. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Geography Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. xii + 337 pages
Notes: The citations listed with Arabic numerals above are extracted, reformatted, and annotated from the listing provided by Science Citations International (SCI), which only abstracts a selected number of publications. The citations listed with Roman numerals above comprises known citations in sources not abstracted or listed by SCI. A summary table is provided here. You may also view citations for papers, for other types of written material, for abstracts, for reports and other grey literature, for book reviews, and for newsletter items.
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