Primary Source:

Christiansen, E.A., D.F. Acton, R.J. Long, W.A. Meneley, E.K. Sauer. 1977. Fort Qu'Appelle Geolog: The Valleys - Past and Present. Sasktachewan: The Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. 83 pp.

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Acknowledgements :

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Thank you to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum for providing unlimited access to the original Fort Qu'Appelle Geolog Tour .

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Thank you to Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan for supplying aerial photos of the Qu'Appelle region.

Thank you to Dr. G.F. Ledingham and the G.F. Ledingham Herbarium for access to the Herbarium and invaluable aid in plant identification.

Thank you to Dr. R. Mark Brigham for meeting with us and providing information on small mammals of the Qu'Appelle area.

Thank you to Mr. Frank Schill for allowing us unlimited access to his property and for offering information and local history of the area.

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