Grand Teton National Park Report
During the late Quaternary, the Jackson Hole area has reen repeatedly glaciated-the most recent and least extensive ice advance occurred during the Pinedale Glaciation (ca. 25,000-9,000 yr B.P.; Love and Reed, 1971). The objective of this research is to study the vegetation history of Jackson Hole since Pinedale time, as a means of interpreting the development and stability of modern plant communities. The research is based on an examination of pollen and plant-macrofossiil records contained in lake-sediment cores collected near the former ice margin. The environmental history of this region is poorly known and the paleoecological information provided by this study should help fill a gap in our understanding of the vegetation, climate, and glacial history of the Northern Rocky Mountains.
Barnosky, Cathy W.
"Late-Quaternary Vegetation History of Jackson Hole, Wyoming,"
University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report: Vol. 6
, Article 6.
Available at: https://repository.uwyo.edu/uwnpsrc_reports/vol6/iss1/6