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Use of paleolimnology to document the effect of lake shoreland development on water quality
Garrison, P.J.; Wakeman, R.S.
A first estimate of organic carbon storage in Holocene lake sediments in Alberta, Canada
Campbell, I.D.; Campbell, C.; Vitt, D.H.; Kelker, D.; Laird, L.D.; Trew, D.; Kotak, B.; LeClair, D.; Bayley, S.
Paleoecology and its application to fire and vegetation management in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia
Hallett, D.; Walker, R.
Determination of carbon, carbonate, nitrogen, and phosphorus in freshwater sediments by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy: Rapid analysis and a check on conventional analytical methods
Malley, D.F.; Lockhart, L.; Wilkinson, P.; Hauser, B.
The late Holocene paleohydrology of Pine Lake, Alberta: a multiproxy investigation
Campbell, I.D.; Last, W.M.; Campbell, C.; Clare, S.; McAndrews, J.H.
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