Publications

2016:

PAGES2k Consortium (Sauchyn – contributing author). In review. A global multiproxy database for temperature reconstructions of the Common Era, Scientific Data.

 

Barrow, EB and DJ Sauchyn. In review. An Analysis of the Performance of RCMs in Simulating Current Climate over Western Canada. The International Journal of Climatology. Submitted 01 March 2016.

 

Aguilera-Betti, I, Muñoz, AA, … Sauchyn, D and 13 others. In review. The first millennium-old Araucaria araucana specimen in Patagonia, Tree-Ring Research.

 

Bonsal, B, Cuell, C, Wheaton, E, Sauchyn, D and Barrow, E. In review. An Assessment of Historical and Projected Future Hydro-Climatic Variability and Extremes over Key Southern Watersheds in the Canadian Prairies, International Journal of Climatology.

Sauchyn, David; Jorge Julian Velez Upegui, Mariano Masiokas, Olga Ocampo, Leandro Cara, Ricardo Villalba. 2016. Exposure of Rural Communities to Climate Variability and Change: Case Studies from Argentina, Colombia and Canada, Chapter 2 In: W. Leal Filho et al. (eds.), Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities, Climate Change Management, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-28591-7_2, Springer International Publishing Switzerland. 

Gurrapu, Sunil; Jeannine-Marie St-Jacques, David J. Sauchyn, and Kyle R. Hodder. In press. The Influence of the PDO and ENSO on the Annual Flood Frequency of Southwestern Canadian Prairie Rivers. Journal of American Water Resources Association. Accepted January 26, 2016. 

Elshorbagy, Amin; Thorsten Wagener; Saman Razavi, David Sauchyn. In Press. Correlation and causation in tree-ring based reconstruction of paleohydrology for water resource management in cold semi-arid regions, Water Resources Research, Accepted Aug 29, 2016.


Sauchyn, David; Bedoya, Mauricio, González-Reyes, Álvaro; Muñoz, Ariel; Velez Upegui, Jorge Julian. In press. ENSO Signals and Impacts along a Semiarid to Humid Transect Across the Americas. Proceedings of the 9th Biennial Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy, University of Southern California, Accepted Aug 10, 2016.

Wheaton, E, D Sauchyn and B Bonsal. 2016. Future Possible Droughts, Chapter 3 in: Harry Diaz, Margot Hurlbert, James Warren (Editors), Vulnerability and Adaptation to Drought: The Canadian Prairies And South America, University of Calgary Press, , 387 pp.

Sauchyn, D. and Kerr, S. 2016. Drought from a Paleoclimatic Perspective, Chapter 2 in: Harry Diaz, Margot Hurlbert, James Warren (Editors), Vulnerability and Adaptation to Drought: The Canadian Prairies And South America, University of Calgary Press, 387 pp.

Razavi, Saman; Amin Elshorbagy, Howard Wheater, and David Sauchyn. 2016. Time Scale Effect and Uncertainty in Reconstruction of Paleo-hydrology. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10754. 

Sauchyn, David J., Jeannine-Marie St-Jacques, Elaine Barrow, Michael W. Nemeth, Ryan J. MacDonald, A. Michael S. Sheer, and Daniel P. Sheer, 2016. Adaptive Water Resource Planning in the South Saskatchewan River Basin: Use of Scenarios of Hydroclimatic Variability and Extremes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association  (JAWRA) 1-19. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12378. 

Muñoz, Ariel A.; Alvaro González-Reyes, Antonio Lara, David Sauchyn, Duncan Christie, Ricardo Villalba, Isabella Aguilera-Betti, Rocío Urrutia, Ignacio Mundo, Paul Szejner, Carlos LeQuesne, Paulina Puchi, Jessica Vanstone and Daniel Stahle. 2016. Streamflow variability in the Chilean Mediterranean-Temperate climate transition (35°S-42°S) during the last four hundred years inferred from tree-rings records. Climate Dynamics, doi:10.1007/s00382-016-3068-9.

2015:

Sauchyn, D.J., Luckman, B.H., St-Jacques, J.-M. 2015. Long-term reliability of the Athabasca River (Alberta, Canada) as the water source for oil sands mining. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Online 21 September, 2015.

 

Razavi, S., A. Elshorbagy, H. Wheater, and D. Sauchyn. 2015.Toward understanding nonstationarity in climate and hydrology through tree ring proxy records, Water Resour. Res., 51, doi:10.1002/2014WR015696.

Sauchyn, Dave; Jessica Vanstone, Jeannine-Marie St. Jacques, Robert Sauchyn. 2015. Dendrohydrology in Western Canada and Applications to Water Resource Management. Journal of Hydrology, 529: 548-558.

St. Jacques, Jeannine-Marie; Brian F. Cumming, David J. Sauchyn and John P. Smol. 2015. The bias and signal attenuation present in conventional pollen-based climate reconstructions as assessed by early climate data from Minnesota, USA, PLoS One. 2015; 10(1): e0113806. doi:  10.1371/journal.pone.0113806

 

St. Jacques, J-M, Yuhui Althea Huang, Yang Zhao, SL Lapp and DJ Sauchyn. 2015. Detection and attribution of variability and trends in instrumental streamflow records from the Canadian Prairie Provinces, Canadian Water Resources Journal, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2014.942575. 

Andreichuk, Iuliia; Dena McMartin, David Sauchyn. 2015. Long-term availability of water for solution potash mining in Saskatchewan, Proceedings of Mine Water Solutions in Extreme Environments, April 12-15, 2015, Vancouver, Canada, InfoMine © 2015, ISBN: 978-0-9917905-7-9

2014:

Sauchyn, Dave; Jessica Vanstone, Jeannine-Marie St. Jacques, Robert Sauchyn. 2014. Dendrohydrology in Western Canada and Applications to Water Resource Management. Journal of Hydrology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.11.049.

Sauchyn, D. (Contributing Author) 2014. In: Campbell, I.D., Durant D.G., Hunter, K.L. and Hyatt, K.D. (2014): Food Production; in Canada in a Changing Climate: Sector Perspectives on Impacts and Adaptation, (ed.) F.J. Warren and D.S. Lemmen; Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, p. 99-134.

St. Jacques, Jeannine-Marie; Brian F. Cumming, David J. Sauchyn and John P. Smol. 2014. The bias and signal attenuation present in conventional pollen-based climate reconstructions as assessed by early climate data from Minnesota, USA, PLoS One. 2015; 10(1): e0113806. doi:  10.1371/journal.pone.0113806.

St. Jacques, J-M, Yuhui Althea Huang, Yang Zhao, SL Lapp and DJ Sauchyn. 2014. Detection and attribution of variability and trends in instrumental streamflow records from the Canadian Prairie Provinces, Canadian Water Resources Journal, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2014.942575.

Muñoz, Ariel A.; Jonathan Barichivich, Duncan A. Christie, Wouter Dorigo, David Sauchyn, Álvaro González-Reyes, Ricardo Villalba, Antonio Lara, Natalia Riquelme and Mauro E. González. 2014. Patterns and drivers of Araucaria araucana forest growth along a biophysical gradient in the northern Patagonian Andes: Linking tree rings with satellite observations of soil moisture, Austral Ecology, 39, 158–169.

Sauchyn, David; Bonsal, Barrie; Kienzle, Stefan; St. Jacques, Jeannine-Marie; Vanstone, Jessica; Wheaton, Elaine. 2014. Adaptation According to Mode of Climate Variability: A Case Study from Canada’s Western Interior. pp. 1-24 in Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation, Leal Filho, Walter, editor. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-40455-9_93-1.

2013:

Sauchyn, D.J. and B. Bonsal. 2013. Climate Change and North American Great Plains’ Drought. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2013. Climate Trends and Wheat Straw Supplies, Mushroom World, 24(3): 17-18.

Sauchyn, D. and J. St. Jacques Science. 2013. Assessments and Data Availability Related to Anticipated Climate and Hydrologic Changes in Inland Freshwaters of the Prairies Region Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

2012:

Lapp, SL; DJ Sauchyn; J-M St. Jacques; JR Vanstone. In review. Forcing of Hydroclimatic Variability in the Northwestern Great Plains since 1406. Quaternary International

Fleming SW, Sauchyn DJ.  2012.  Availability, volatility, stability, and teleconnectivity changes in prairie water supply from Canadian Rocky Mountain sources over the last millennium.  Water Resources Research, 49, 64-74, doi:10.1029/2012WR012831.

St. Jacques, Jeannine-Marie; Suzan L Lapp, Yang Zhao, Elaine M Barrow, and David J Sauchyn. 2012. Twenty-first Century Northern Rocky Mountain River Discharge Scenarios under Greenhouse Forcing. Quaternary International.

Perez-Valdivia, C. and D. Sauchyn. 2012. Groundwater levels and teleconnection patterns in the Canadian Prairies. Water Resources Research.

PaiMazumder, Debasish, Laxmi Sushama, René Laprise, Naveed Khaliq and Dave Sauchyn. In Press. Canadian RCM projected changes to short- and long-term drought characteristics over the Canadian Prairies. International Journal of Climatology.

2011:

Sauchyn, Dave. 2011. The 1999-2004/05 drought in the context of the paleoclimatological record of prairie drought. The Drought Research Initiative Professional Document, p 106 – 110.

Sauchyn, Dave and Lapp, Suzan. 2011. Patterns of Past Climate on the Prairies. Proceedings of The 9th Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference, Winnipeg, MB, February 25-27, 2010.

Corkal, DR, Diaz, H and Sauchyn, D. 2011. Changing Roles in Canadian Water Management Decisions and Data-Sharing. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 27:4, 647-664. 

Sauchyn, David; Vanstone, Jessica and Perez-Valdivia, Cesar. 2011. Modes and Forcing of Hydroclimatic Variability in the Upper North Saskatchewan River Basin Since 1063. Canadian Water Resources Journal, 36(3): 205_218.

Lapp, Suzan; St. Jacques, Jeannine-Marie; Barrow, Elaine M.; and Sauchyn, David J. 2011. GCM projections for the Pacific Decadal Oscillation under greenhouse forcing for the early 21st century. International Journal of Climatology, DOI: 10.1002/joc.2364. 

Bonsal Barrie R., Elaine E. Wheaton, Aston Chipanshi, Charles Lin, David J. Sauchyn, and Lei Wen. 2011.Drought Research in Canada: A Review. 2010. Atmosphere-Ocean. DOI:10.1080/07055900. 

2010:

Sauchyn, D.J., Diaz, H. and Kulshreshtha, S. (editors). 2010. The New Normal: The Canadian Prairies in a Changing Climate. CPRC Press, Regina, SK.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2010. Prairie Climate Trends and Variability. Chapter 3 In Sauchyn, D.J., Diaz, H. and Kulshreshtha, S. (editors) The New Normal: The Canadian Prairies in a Changing Climate. CPRC Press, Regina, SK.

Sauchyn, Dave. 2010. Climate history from Limber and Whitebark Pine. Nutcracker Notes 19, Fall / Winter 2010.

Sauchyn, Dave. 2010. Southern Alberta’s natural capital in a changing climate. Green Notes Newsletter, Winter 2010. Calgary: CPAWS Southern Alberta Chapter.

Vanstone, J R and D J Sauchyn. 2010. Q. macrocarpa annual, early- and late-wood widths as hydroclimatic proxies, southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 9, 2010 doi: 10.1088/1755-1315/9/1/012016.

St. Jacques, J.M. Sauchyn, D.J. and Yang Zhao. 2010. Northern Rocky Mountain streamflow records: Global warming trends, human impacts or natural variability? Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 37, L06407, doi:10.1029/2009GL042045, 2010.

Pérez Valdivia, César A. and Dave Sauchyn. 2010. Tree-Ring Reconstruction of Groundwater Levels in Southern Alberta, Canada: Long Term Hydroclimatic Variability. Accepted for publication in Dendrochronologia, DOI:10.1016/j.dendro.2010.09.001.

2009:

St. Jacques, Jeannine-Marie and David J. Sauchyn. 2009. Increasing baseflow and mean annual streamflow from possible permafrost thawing, Northwest Territories, Canada. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 36, L01401, doi:10.1029/2008GL035822, 2009.

Axelson, Jodi, Sauchyn, Dave and Barichivich, Jonathan. 2009. New reconstructions of streamflow variability in the South Saskatchewan River basin from a network of tree-ring chronologies, AlbertaCanada. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2008WR007639.

Lapp, Suzan, Dave Sauchyn and Brenda Toth. 2009. Constructing scenarios of future climate and water supply for the SSRB: Use and limitations for vulnerability assessment. Prairie Forum 34(1): 153–180.

Marchildon, Gregory P., Jeremy Pittman, and David Sauchyn. 2009. The Dry Belt and Changing Aridity in the Palliser Triangle, 1895-2000. Prairie Forum 34(1): 31–44.

Sauchyn, Dave and Jeannine St. Jacques. 2009. Security of western water supplies under a changing climate. Proceedings of the 18th  Convocation of the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences, July 13-17, Calgary, Alberta.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2009. Saskatchewan in a Warmer Climate: The changes we can expectRural Councillor, July, 2009.

Sauchyn, Dave; Barrow, Elaine; Fang, X., Henderson, Norm; Johnston, Mark; Pomeroy, John; Thorpe, Jeff; Wheaton, Elaine; and Williams, B. 2009. Saskatchewan’s Natural Capital in a Changing Climate: An Assessment of Impacts and Adaptation. Report to Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment from the Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative, 167 pp.

St. George, Scott; David M. Meko, Martin-Philippe Girardin, Glen M. Macdonald, Erik Nielsen, Greg T. Pederson, David J. Sauchyn, Jacques C. Tardif and Emma Watson. 2009. The tree-ring record of drought on the Canadian Prairies. Journal of Climate,  22(3): 689–710.  

Toth, Brenda, Darrell R. Corkal, David Sauchyn, Garth Van der Kamp, Elise Pietroniro. 2009. The Natural Characteristics of the South Saskatchewan River Basin, Climate, Geography and Hydrology. Prairie Forum 34(1): 95–127.

Sauchyn, David and Vetter, Mary. 2009. Crossing Land and Time: Natural History of the Dirt Hills. In K. Irwin and R. MacDonald (eds.) Sighting, Citing, Siting: Crossfiring / Mama Wetotan, Canadian Plains Research Centre, Regina, pp. 72-77.

Pittman, J., Cook, E., Diaz, P. and Sauchyn, D. (2009) 'Coping with Change - Family Camp at the Shoal Lake Cree Nation', In: Oakes, J., Riewe, R. Cogswell, A. (Eds.) Sacred Landscapes, Aboriginal Issues Press, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, pp. 30-41.     

2008:

Barichivich, Jonathan; David J. Sauchyn, Antonio Lara. 2008. Climate signals in high elevation tree-rings from the semiarid Andes of north-central Chile: responses to regional and large-scale variability, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecologydoi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2007.10.033. Accepted 13 October 2007 Available online.

Girardin, Martin P. and Dave Sauchyn. 2008. Three centuries of annual area burned variability in northwestern North America inferred from tree rings. The Holocene 18.2:205-214.

Henderson, N. E. Barrow, P. Diaz, M. Johnston, S. Kulshreshtha, D. Sauchyn and J. Thorpe (2008). “Climate change in the Prairies”, in “Homes on the Range: Conservation in Working Prairie Landscapes, Proceedings of the 8th Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference and Workshop”, R. Warnock (lead editor), Canadian Plains Research CenterRegina, pp. 187-198. ISBN 978-0-88977-222-9.

MacDonald, Glen M., David W. Stahle, Jose Villanueva Diaz, Nicholas Beer, Simon J. Busby,  Julian Cerano-Paredes, Julie E. Cole, Edward R. Cook, Georgina Endfield, Genaro Gutierrez-Garcia, Beth Hall, Victor Magana, David M. Meko, Matias Méndez-Pérez,  David J. Sauchyn, Emma Watson, and Connie A. Woodhouse. 2008. Climate Warming and 21st-Century Drought in Southwestern North America. Eos, Vol. 89, No. 9, 26 February 2008

Marchildon, GP,  S KulshreshthaE Wheaton and D Sauchyn. 2008. Drought, Demographic Migration and Institutional Adaptation in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1914-1939. Natural Hazards Vol. 45, no. 3 (June 2008): 391-411.

Perez Valdivia, Cesar and Sauchyn, David. 2008.  Ground Water Trends and Variability in The Canadian Prairies. Proceedings, 60th Annual WCWWA Conference, September 23 – 26, 2008,ReginaSaskatchewan.

Sauchyn, Dave, Alain Pietroniro and Michael Demuth. 2008. Upland Watershed Management and Global Change – Canada’s Rocky Mountains and Western Plains. Chapter 3 In "Mountains, valleys and flood plains: managing water resources in a time of global change", Routledge.

Sauchyn, Dave and Suzan Lapp. 2008. Scenarios of the Future Climate. Policy Dialogue, Number 17, Winter, 2008: 22-23, Saskatchewan Institute of Public PolicyRegina.

Sauchyn, David and Suzan Lapp, 2008. Climate Change Scenarios for the Prairies. Advances in Pork Production, Volume 19: 129-136.

Sauchyn, D., and Kulshreshtha, S.  2008. The Prairies. Chapter 7 In: “From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007”, edited by D.S. Lemmen, F.J. Warren, J., Lacroix and E. Bush; Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON.

Tomkins, J.D., Lamoureux, S.F. and Sauchyn, D.J. 2008. Reconstruction of climate and glacial history based on a comparison of varve and tree-ring records from Mirror Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews, 27(13-14): 1426-1441.

Yu, Ge; Hart, Catherine; Vetter, Mary; & Sauchyn, David. 2008. Quantitative study on pollen-based reconstructions of vegetation history from central Canada. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences 2008, 51(8) 1081-1088 DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1005.2008.00225 ISSN: 1006-9313 CN: 11-3753/N. 

2007:

Marchildon, GP,  S Kulshreshtha, E Wheaton and D Sauchyn. 2007. Drought, Demographic Migration and Institutional Adaptation in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1914-1939. Accepted for publication in Natural Hazards.

Sauchyn, D.J. and Maria Vélez Caicedo. 2007. Holocene Climate Change. In Thraves,B. et al. (eds.)Saskatchewan: Geographic Perspectives. CPRC Press, Regina, pp. 57-61.

Sauchyn, Dave; Byrne, Jim; Henderson, Norm; Johnson, Dan; Johnston, Mark; Keinzle, Stefan; and Wheaton, Elaine. 2007. Assessment of Biophysical Vulnerability. Final report to Alberta Environment, Alberta Vulnerability Assessment Project, 79 pp.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2007. Long Range Climate Outlook: Semi-arid? Advances in Pork Production, Volume 18: 75-81.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2007. Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture in the Prairies Region. Pages 80-93 (Chapter 6) In Wall, E. B. Smit and J. Wandel (eds.) “Farming in a Changing Climate: Climate Agricultural Adaptation in Canada”, UBC Press, Vancouver, 295 pp.

 

Sauchyn, D., and Kulshreshtha, S.  2007. The Prairies; in From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007, edited by D.S. Lemmen, F.J. Warren, J., Lacroix and E. Bush; Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON.

 

Tomkins, J.D., Lamoureux, S.F. and Sauchyn, D.J. Submitted. Glacial influences on sediment availability and climate reconstruction based on a comparison of varve and tree ring records from Mirror Lake, Northwest Territories. Submitted to Quaternary Science Reviews, April 2007.

       

2006:

Beriault, A. and Sauchyn, D.J. 2006. Tree-ring reconstructions of streamflow in the Churchill River basin, northern Saskatchewan. Canadian Water Resources Journal 31(4): 249-262.

Piwowar, J.M., D.R. Peddle and D.J. Sauchyn. 2006. Identifying Ecological Variability in Vegetation Dynamics through Temporal Mixture Analysis. In Proceedings, International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS'06), Denver, Colorado, USA, July 31-August, 2006.

Sauchyn, Dave, Alain Pietroniro and Michael Demuth. 2006. Upland Watershed Management and Global Change – Canada’s Rocky Mountains and Western Plains. Proceedings, Fifth Biennial Rosenberg Forum on Water Policy, September 6-11, 2006, Banff, Alberta.

Sauchyn, David J., Jodi Axelson, César Pérez Valdivia, Jennifer Anticknap and Antoine Beriault. 2006.A Drought History for the Western Interior Spanning 700 years and 19 Degrees of Latitude.Proceedings, Canadian Water Resource Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, June 4-7, 2006.

Sauchyn, Dave, Jodi Axelson and Antoine Beriault. 2006. Proxy Streamflow Records for Water Planning In Western Canada. Technical Bureau Supplement, Water News 25(2): 11-17.

Sauchyn, D.J. and Maria Vélez Caicedo. In press. Saskatchewan’s Changing Climate. In Lewry, M. et al. (eds.) The geography of Saskatchewan. CPRC Press, Regina. 

St. George, Scott and Sauchyn, Dave. 2006.Paleoenvironmental Perspectives on Drought in Western Canada. Canadian Water Resources Journal 31(4): 197-204.   

2005:

Ermine. Willie; Nilson, Ralph; Sauchyn, David; Sauve, Ernest; and Smith, Robin. 2005. ISI ASKIWAN – The State of the Land: Prince Albert Grand Council Elders’ Forum on Climate Change. Journal of Aboriginal Health, 2(1): 62-75.

Sauchyn, D.J. and Kennedy, S.D. 2005. The potential for land degradation under climate change in the vicinity of six rural communities in Saskatchewan. Prairie Forum 30(2): 173–186.


Sauchyn, D.J. 2005. Climate Change – The Past. The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan, p. 179. CPRC Press, Regina.

Sauchyn, D.J., Kennedy, S.D., and Stroich, J. 2005. Drought, climate change and the risk of desertification on the Canadian Plains. Prairie Forum, 30(1): 143-156.

Sauchyn, D.J., Khandekar, M, and Garnett, E.R. (eds.) 2005. “The Science , Impacts and Monitoring of Drought in Western Canada: Proceedings for the Canadian Prairie Drought Workshop”, Calgary, Alberta, May 26-28, 2004.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2005. A 250-Year Climate and Human History of Prairie Drought. In Sauchyn, D.J., Khandekar, M, and Garnett, E.R. (eds.) “The Science , Impacts and Monitoring of Drought in Western Canada: Proceedings for the Canadian Prairie Drought Workshop”, Calgary, Alberta, May 26-28, 2004.

2004:

Sauchyn, D.J. 2004. The Paleoclimate Record. Section 2.3 (p. 7-9) In “Climate Variability and Change in Canada: Past, Present and Future” edited by Elaine Barrow, Barrie Maxwell and Phillipe Gachon. ACSD Science Assessment Series No.2, Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada, Toronto, Ontario, 114 p.

Sauchyn, D.J, Beriault, A.L., Kokelj, S.A., and Spence, C. 2004. Streamflow variability in the western boreal forest for past 300 years. Proceedings of 57th Canadian Water Resources Association Annual Congress: Water and climate change: Knowledge for better adaptation. June 16-18 2004, Montreal, QC, Canada

2003:

Sauchyn, D.J., Stroich, J. and Beriault, A. 2003. A paleoclimatic context for the drought of 1999-2001 in the northern Great Plains. The Geographical Journal, 169(2): 158-167.

Sauchyn, D.J. 2003. Adaptation: The other response to global warming. The Professional Edge, 88: 21.

2002:

Sauchyn, D.J., Barrow, E., Hopkinson, R.F., and Leavitt, P. 2002. Aridity on the Canadian Plains.Géographie physique et Quaternaire, vol. 56(2-3) : 247-259.

2001:

Sauchyn, D.J. and Skinner, W.R. 2001. A proxy PDSI record for the southwestern Canadian plains. Canadian Water Resource Journal, 26(2) : 253-272.

Wolfe, S.A., Huntley, D.J., David, P.P., Ollerhead, J., Sauchyn, D.J. and Macdonald, G.M. 2001. Late 18th century drought-induced sand dune activity, Great Sand Hills, southwestern Saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 38(1): 105-117.

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