Géographie physique et Quaternaire

Volume 56, numéro 2-3, 2002 Drylands: Holocene Climatic, Geomorphic and Cultural Change on the Canadian Prairies

Sommaire (17 articles)

  1. Dedication : Péter Pascal Dávid (1932-2003)
  2. Preface : Drylands : Holocene Climatic, Geomorphic, and Cultural Change on the Canadian Prairies

Hydrological and Flood Reconstructions

  1. Paleolimnology of Lake Manitoba: the Lithostratigraphic Evidence
  2. River of Change: a Model for the Development of Terraces Along the Bow River, Alberta
  3. Floodplain Chronology and Vertical Sedimentation Rates Along the Red River, Southern Manitoba
  4. Flood Ring Evidence and its Application to Paleoflood Hydrology of the Red River and Assiniboine River in Manitoba

Holocene Dune Activity

  1. Optical Dating of Eolian Dune Sand from the Canadian Prairies
  2. Optical Dating of Modern and Late Holocene Dune Sands in the Brandon Sand Hills, Southwestern Manitoba
  3. Holocene Eolian Activity in South-central Saskatchewan and the Southern Canadian Prairies

Drought and Aridity

  1. On the Identification and Characterization of Drought and Aridity in Postglacial Paleoenvironmental Records from the Northern Great Plains
  2. Aridity on the Canadian Plains

The Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Prairie Ecozone (SCAPE)

  1. Depositional Environments and Archeological Site Formation in the Cypress Hills, Southeastern Alberta
  2. A Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction of Elkwater Lake, Alberta
  3. Holocene Stratigraphy and Geomorphology of Flintstone Hill, Lauder Sandhills, Glacial Lake Hind Basin, Southwestern Manitoba
  4. Evolution of Holocene Eolian Landscapes in the Glacial Lake Hind Basin, Manitoba
  5. Vickers Focus Environmental Choices and Site Location in the Parklands of Southwestern Manitoba
  6. Index du volume 56 — 2002