HARINGTON, C.R. (ed.). DUNBAR, Moira Syllogeus No. 55
Title: Climatic Change in Canada 5 : Critical Periods in the Quaternary Climatic History of Northern North America.
Publisher:  National Museums of Canada, National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa), 1985,
Seller ID: 79648
HARINGTON, C.R. (ed.). Climatic Change in Canada 5 : Critical Periods in the Quaternary Climatic History of Northern North America. Syllogeus No. 55. (Ottawa) : National Museums of Canada, National Museum of Natural Sciences,(1985). Pp (2),-479,(1). Maps. 4to, grey card covers, black lettering t o spine and front cover. Contents : The Value of Paleoclimatic Data to a Climatologist (M.K. Thomas). Holocene Paleoclimates: An Annotated Bibliography (Martha Andrews). Annotated Bibliography of Quarternary Climatic Change in Canada, and a Brief Analysis of Its Contents (C.R. Harington). Thirties Drought on the Prairies – How Unique Was It? (M.O. Berry and G.D.V. Williams). The Effects of Major Volcanic Eruptions on Canadian Climate (Walter R. Skinner). Sea Ice and Climatic Change in the Canadian Arctic Since 1800 (Moira Dunbar). Evidence from Hudson Bay Region of Severe Cold in the Summer of1816 (A.J.W. Catchpole). The Little Ice Age on Eastern Hudson/James Bay: t he Summer Weather and Climate at Great Whale, Fort George and Eastmain, 1814-1821, as Derived from Hudson's Bay Company Records (Cynthia Wilson). Daily Weather Maps for Canada, Summers 1816 to 1818 – a Pilot Study (Cynthia Wilson). A Drastic Change in the General Circulation on the West Coast of Hudson Bay in 1760 A.D.: Synoptic Evidence Based on Historic Records (Timothy Ball). A Reconstruction of the New England Climate Using Historical Materials, 1620-1980 (William B. Baron and Geoffrey A. Gordon). Prehistoric Cultural Distributions as an Indicator of Environmental Change (Abstract / J.V. Wright). Investigating the Possibility of a Relationship Between Volcanic Eruptions and Tree Growth in Canada (1800-1899) (M.L. Parker). Summer Degree-Days Since 1574 in Northwestern Canada and Alaska (Abstract / G.C. Jacoby, Jr., L.D. Ulan and E.R. Cook). The Postglacial Development of Vegetation inNewfoundland and Eastern Labrador-Ungava: Synthesis and Climatic Implicati ons (Joyce Brown Macpherson). Late Glacial Climatic Change in the Maritime Provinces (R.J. Mott). Mean July Temperature at 6000 yr B.P. In Eastern North America: Regression Equations for Estimates from Fossil-Pollen Data (Patrick J. Bartlein and Thompson Webb, III). Postglacial Pollen and Paleoclimate in Southwestern Alberta and Southeastern British Columbia (in 3 parts) (L.V. Hills et al). Paleobotanical Evidence for Climatic Change in Southern British Columbia During Late-Glacial and Holocene Time (Rolf W. Mathews). Reconstruction of Environmental Conditions in the Eastern Canadian Arctic During the Last 11,000 Years (John T. Andrews). Old Crow Tephra: Its Significance for Understanding the Early and Middle Wisconsonian Climate History ofEastern Beringia (John V. Matthews, Jr. and Charles E. Schweger). 1550-162 0: a Period of Summer Accumulation in the Queen Elizabeth Islands (Bea Taylor Alt). How Did We Get into the Last Glaciation, How Did We Get Out of It,and What Happened in Between? (Abstract / C.U. Hammer). Nick to top of spi ne, else very good. 50.00