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Late-quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon.

Les C. Cwynar

Late-quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon.

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Late-quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon. by Les C. Cwynar Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Late‐Quaternary Vegetation History from Hanging Lake, Northern Yukon Ecological Archives M Les C. Cwynar. Search for more papers by this author.

Les C. Cwynar. A —cm core was recovered from Hanging Lake in unglaciated northern Yukon. Twenty—one radiocarbon dates indicate that the section is at least 25 and possibly 33 Cited by: A Late‐Quaternary Vegetation History from Hanging Lake, Northern Yukon Ecological Archives M A —cm core was recovered from Hanging Lake in unglaciated northern Yukon.

Twenty—one radiocarbon dates indicate that the section is at least 25 and possibly 33 yr old; they permit the calculation of pollen influxes for the Cited by: A Late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon.

Ecological Monographs 52 (1): Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Link, ISI, Late Quaternary vegetation history of Sulphur Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada. Arctic ISI, Cited by: 8. Late Quaternary Vegetation History of Sulphur Lake, Southwest Yukon Territory, Canada A cm core was recovered from Hanging Lake in unglaciated northern Yukon.

Twenty-one radiocarbon dates. A revised late-Quaternary vegetation history of the unglaciated southwestern Yukon Territory, Canada, from Antifreeze and Eikland ponds Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47(1) the northern boreal forest, by contrast with Hanging Lake, that might yield information on the history of the dominant tree species, and (c) it is located near the Peel River valley, one of the few topographical links through the north-south axis of mountains separating the unglaciated interior of north Yukon.

Cwynar LC () A late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon. Ecol Monogr 1–24 CrossRef Google Scholar Davis MB () Climatic instabihty, time lags, and community by: A late Quaternary paleotemperature record from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon Territory, eastern Beringia The late Quaternary paleoclimate of eastern Beringia has primarily been studied by drawing qualitative inferences from vegetation shifts.

To quantitatively reconstruct summer temperatures, we analyzed lake sediments for fossil chironomids Cited by: Canadian Journal of Forest Research,18(10):A revised late-Quaternary vegetation history of the unglaciated southwestern Yukon Territory, Canada, Late-quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake Antifreeze and Eikland ponds Postglacial record of diatom assemblage changes related to climate in an alpine lake in the northern Rocky Mountains, Canada.

Tammy L Karst Cited by: Hanging Lake (62°21′N, °21′W) is located in northern Yukon Territory, Canada, within a region of continuous permafrost in the northern Yukon. book of the Barn Mountains ().Situated in a raised basin composed of shale, siltstone, and sandstone, the site is at an elevation of ∼ Cited by: Vol.

52, No. 1, Mar., Published by: Wiley on behalf of the Ecological Society of America. A Late-Quaternary Vegetation History from Hanging Lake, Northern Yukon. A Late-Quaternary Vegetation History from Hanging Lake, Northern Yukon (pp. Late Quaternary Vegetation History of Northern North America Based on Pollen, Macrofossil, and Faunal Remains.

An article from journal Géographie physique et Quaternaire (Vol Number, pp. ), on by: ARCTIC VOL. 53, NO. 1 (MARCH ) P. 27–35 Late Quaternary Vegetation History of Sulphur Lake, Southwest Yukon Territory, Canada T. LACOURSE1,2 and K. GAJEWSKI1 (Received 9 November ; accepted in revised form 9 June )ABSTRACT.

Part of the Handbook of vegetation science book series (HAVS, volume 7) Abstract L. C, A late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon. Ecological Monographs 1– Google Scholar. C, b. Pollen analysis of Late-Quaternary sediments from the arctic treeline of the Mackenzie River Delta Region.

A late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon. Ecological Monographs DENTON, G.H., and KARLEN, W. Holocene climatic variations, their pattern and possible cause.

Quaternary Research DEWEZ, V. Sources, limites d’extension et. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): ABSTRACT. Paleoecological studies based on the analysis of pollen in lake sediments offer the potential for high resolution and well-dated independent records of past vegetation and climate.

A 5 m sediment core was raised from the deepest section of Sulphur Lake, located in the southwest Yukon (60˚95'N, ˚95'W.

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A Late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake,northern Yukon. Ecological Monographs, 1–24 doi: / Fredlund G G(). Late Quaternary pollen record from Cheyenne Bottoms,Kansas. Quaternary Research, 67–79 doi: /qres Greig-Smith P(). Introduction. Plant community composition and ecosystem properties of arctic tundra are spatially heterogeneous, varying in response to changes in climate, substrate and topography at circumarctic, regional and landscape scales (e.g.

Walker ).It is likely that past vegetation in the Arctic also varied spatially due to climatic and edaphic heterogeneity (e.g.

Schweger ; Anderson Cited by:   A late Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon. Ecol. Late Quaternary ice sheet history of Northern Eurasia. Glacial and vegetation history Cited by: 2.

A 0-year history of vegetation and environmental change at Jan Lake, east-central Alaska Anderson, P.M., Bartlein, P.J. and Brubaker, L.B. a: Late Quaternary history of tundra vegetation in northwestern Alaska. Quaternary L.C. A late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon.

Ecological Monographs 52 Cited by: Late Quaternary vegetation history has been well understood at regional and subcontinental scales in eastern North America, with accumulating fossil pollen and macrofossil records over the past several decades (Ritchie, ; Webb et al., a; Jackson et al., ).

Recent paleoecological investigations have increasingly focused on answering. The reconstruction of vegetation and climate for the Late Glacial and Holocene period of northern Turkey is discussed in the light of the palynological examination of surface samples and sediment cores.

Aspects of geology, geography, climate and present or natural vegetation are discussed in Cited by:   Aim Beringia, far north‐eastern Siberia and north‐western North America, was largely unglaciated during the Pleistocene.

Although this region has long been considered an ice‐age refugium for arctic herbs and shrubs, little is known about its role as a refugium for boreal trees and shrubs during the last glacial maximum (LGM, c.

28,–15, calibrated years before present).Cited by: Get this from a library. Vegetation of the northern Yukon Territory.

[Loren Hettinger; Arnold Janz; Ross Wallace Wein; Northern Engineering Services Company.; Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited.; Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.] -- Report of terrestrial plant ecology study to classify the landscape of the northern Yukon into ecologically significant vegetation-terrain units.

Cwynar, L. A Late-Quaternary vegetation history frorn Hanging Lake, Northern Yukon. Ecological Monographs 52(1): 24 p. Goldfarb, Yu. and Lozhkin, A. Vegetation history of the Northeastern USSR during the late Pleistocene and Holocene. Bulletin of Commission on the Quaternary Period Moscow, Nauka: Cited by:   Vegetation and lake changes on the southern Taymyr peninsula, northern Siberia, Vegetation and lake changes on the southern Taymyr peninsula, northern Siberia, Cwynar, LC () A Late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern by: 7.

Kumon, Fujio; Kawai, Sayuri; Inouchi, Y (): High resolution climate reconstruction during the last 72 ka from total organic carbon (TOC), total nitrogen (TN) and pollen analyses of the drilled sediments in Lake Nojir, central : A.

Ono and M. Izuho (eds.) () In Environmental changes and human occupation in East Asia during OIS 3 and OIS : Maria Fernanda Sanchez Goñi, Stéphanie Desprat, Anne-Laure Daniau, Franck C Bassinot, Josué M Polanc. Abstract Regional paleoclimate reconstructions for northern Canada quantify Holocene climate variability on orbital and millennial L.

C., A late-Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, northern Crossref, Google Scholar: Cwynar, L. C., A late Quaternary vegetation history from Lily Lake, Chilkat Peninsula Cited by:   Montane climate and vegetation dynamics in easternmost Beringia during the Late Quaternary Montane climate and vegetation dynamics in easternmost Beringia during the Late Quaternary Szeicz, J.M; MacDonald, G.M New and published palynological data are used to investigate the Quaternary vegetation history of high-elevation sites in the Mackenzie.

research beyond the more intuitive process of “making” history or building scenarios. Search for Analogues The search for modern analogues to Pleistocene environments is a fundamental part of palaeoecological research.

More than just words, steppe versus tundra, analogues link the Late Quaternary palaeoecology of the Yukon the past vegetation into a discrete number of biomes seems inconsistent with the evidence that plants re-sponded individualistically to late-Quaternary climate change (Davis b, Huntley and BirksHuntley and WebbWebb ).

This paper reviews the major features of late-Qua-ternary vegetation history in northern and eastern. ABSTRACT. Dynamic climate changes and expansion of new biomes characterize the late Pleistocene-early Holocene of eastern Beringia.

Analysis of plant macrofossils from an early Holocene (ca. [.supC] yrs BP) beaver dam in central Alaska provides insight into the local environment and vegetation.

Techniques for quantitative stratigraphic correlation: a review and annotated bibliography - Volume Issue 5 - J. Tipper Techniques for quantitative stratigraphic correlation: a review and annotated bibliography.

Tipper (a1) A late–Quaternary vegetation history from Hanging Lake, Northern by: A revised Late-Quaternary vegetation history for the unglaciated southwestern Yukon Territory, Canada, from Antifreeze and Eikland an Journal of Earth Sciences Kurek J., Cwynar L.C., and Vermaire J.C.

A late Quaternary paleotemperature record from Hanging Lake, eastern Beringia. Quaternary Research Multi-scale trajectory analysis: powerful conceptual tool for understanding ecological change.

Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. A Late‐Quaternary Vegetation History from Hanging Lake, Northern Yukon: Ecological Archives M LC Cwynar.

Ecological Monographs 52 (1),Recent history of fire and vegetation from laminated sediment of Greenleaf Lake, Algonquin Park, Ontario. Late Quaternary Vegetation and Climate Change in the Amazon Basin Based on a 50, Year Pollen Record from the Amazon Fan, ODP Site - Volume 51 Issue 1 - Simon G.

Haberle, Mark A. MaslinCited by:   The pollen record from El'gygytgyn Lake: implications for vegetation and climate histories of northern Chukotka since the late middle Pleistocene.

J Paleolimnol. 37, – (). ArticleCited by:. A late Quaternary paleotemperature record from Hanging Lake, northern Yukon Territory, eastern Beringia. J Kurek, LC Cwynar, JC Vermaire A revised late-Quaternary vegetation history of the unglaciated southwestern Yukon Territory, Canada, from Antifreeze and Eikland ponds.Introduction.

Late Quaternary vegetation history has been well understood at regional and subcontinental scales in eastern North America, with accumulating fossil pollen and macrofossil records over the past several decades (Ritchie, ; Webb et al., a; Jackson et al., ).Recent paleoecological investigations have increasingly focused on answering ecological questions regarding Cited by: Plant macrofossils from 33 rodent middens sampled at three sites between and m elevation in the main canyon of the Rīo Salado, northern Chile, yield a unique record of vegetation and climate over the p cal yr BP.

Presence of low-elevation Prepuna taxa throughout the record suggests that mean annual temperature never cooled by more than 5°C and may have been near-modern at.