Lake Ice Past References

Recent Case Studies

  • Bonsal, B.R., T.D. Prowse, C.R. Duguay, and M.P. Lacroix, 2006. Impacts of large-scale teleconnections on freshwater-ice duration over Canada. Journal of Hydrology 330: 340-353.
  • Brown, L.C. and C.R. Duguay. The response and role of ice cover in lake-climate interactions. Progress in Physical Geography 34(5): 671-704. doi: 10.1177/0309133310375653, 2010.
  • Duguay, C.R., T.D. Prowse, B.R. Bonsal, R.D. Brown, M.P. Lacroix, and P. Ménard, 2006. Recent trends in Canadian lake ice cover. Hydrological Processes 20: 781-801.
  • Fu, C., and H. Yao (2015), Trends of ice breakup date in south-central Ontario, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 120, 9220–9236, doi:10.1002/2015JD023370
  • Futter, M.N., 2003. Patterns and trends in southern Ontario lake ice phenology. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 88: 431–444.
  • Latifovic, R., and D. Pouliot, 2007. Analysis of climate change impacts on lake ice phenology in Canada using the historical satellite data record. Remote Sensing of Environment 106: 492-507.
  • Magnuson, J.J., R.H. Wynne, B.J. Benson, and D.M. Robertson, 2001. Lake and river ice as a powerful indicator of past and present climates. Verhandlungen der Internationalen Vereinigung fur Theoretische und Angewandte Liminologie 27: 2749-2756.
  • Wang, J., X. Bai, H. Hu, A. Clites, M. Colton, and B. Lofgren, 2010. Temporal and Spatial Variability of Great lakes ice cover, 1973. Journal of Climate, 25, 1318-1329.


  • D. Antoniades, PALEOLIMNOLOGY | Lake Chemistry, In: Editor-in-Chief: Scott A. Elias, Editor(s)-in-Chief, Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, Elsevier, Oxford, 2007, Pages 2038-2046, ISBN 9780444527479,
  • Doran, P., Priscu, J., Lyons, B., Powell, R., Andersen, D., & Poreda, R. (2004). Long-term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. In J. Smol, R. Pienitz, & M. Douglas, Paleolimnology of extreme cold terrestrial and extraterrestrial environments (pp. 475-501). Netherlands: Springer.
  • Florian, et al. (2015), Algal pigments in Arctic lake sediments record biogeochemical changes du to Holocene climate variability and anthropogenic global change. Journal of Paleolimnology 54:53-69, doi:10.1007/s10933-015-9835-5
Last updated on 06/11/2017