Journal of Paleolimnology
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Water-level change recorded in Lake Pac Chen Quintana Roo, Mexico infers connection with the aquifer and response to Holocene sea-level rise and Classic Maya droughts.
Have natural lake expansion and landscape inundation resulted in mercury increases in flooded lakes of the Great Slave Lowlands (Northwest Territories, Canada)?.
Sequential sample reservoirs for Itrax-XRF analysis of discrete samples.
Spatial variability of recent macroscopic charcoal deposition in a small montane lake and implications for reconstruction of watershed-scale fire regimes.
Synchronous changes in chironomid assemblages in two Arctic delta lake ecosystems after a major saltwater intrusion event.
Middle to late Holocene chironomid-inferred July temperatures for the central Northwest Territories, Canada.
Investigating the response of Cladocera to a major saltwater intrusion event in an Arctic lake from the outer Mackenzie Delta (NT, Canada).
Multi-proxy paleoenvironmental record of colonial land-use change in the lower Rideau Canal system (Colonel By Lake), Ontario, Canada.
Palaeoenvironmental evolution of Cenote Aktun Ha (Carwash) on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico and its response to Holocene sea-level rise.
Changing sedimentation patterns due to historical land-use change in Frenchman’s Bay, Pickering, Canada: evidence from high-resolution textural analysis.
Atlas and classification scheme of arctic combustion particles suitablefor paleoenvironmental work.
Diatom responses to 20th century climate-related environmental changes in high-elevation mountain lakes of the northern Canadian Cordillera.
Long-distance transport of terrestrial plant material by convection resulting from forest fires.
Sediment Records of Biomass Burning and Global Change: J.S. Clark, H. Cachier, J.G. Goldammer and B. Stocks.
Dr. Jaan Terasmae (1926-1998), professor emeritus, Brock University: Remembered.
Evidence for rapid avian-mediated foraminiferal colonization of Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba, during the Holocene Hypsithermal.
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