Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Mitchell Lake

Location: Alberta, Canada Latitude (N): 52.22° Longitude (W): 115.00°
Site notes:
Mandryk, C. A. 1990
Could Humans Survive the Ice-Free Corridor?: Late-Glacial Vegetation and Climate in West Central Alberta. In Megafauna and Man: Discovery of America's Heartland, edited by L. D. Agenbroad, J. I. Mead and L. W. Nelson, pp. 67-79. The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs South Dakota, Inc., Scientific Papers, Volume 1. The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, South Dakota, Inc. and Northern Arizona University, Hot Springs, South Dakota and Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.
AEU HSS QE 745 M496 Site discussed: Mitchell Lake.

Mandryk, C. S. 1992
Paleoecology as Contextual Archaeology: Human Viability of the Late Quaternary Ice-free Corridor, Alberta, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 371 pages.
Sites discussed: Mitchell Lake, Strubel Lake, Nordegg Pond.

Mandryk, C. A. S. 1996
Late-glacial Vegetation and Environment on the Eastern Slope Foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 16:37-57.
AEU SCI QE 39.5 P3 J86 Sites discussed: Mitchell Lake, Strubel Lake.

Mandryk, C. A., and C. E. Schweger 1989
Stop 27: Mitchell Lake. In Late Glacial and Postglacial Processes and Environments in Montane and Adjacent Areas. Field Excursion Guide, CANQUA 1989 Conference, edited by V. M. Levson, B. H. Luckman and A. B. Beaudoin, pp. 96-99. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Site discussed: Mitchell Lake.

Mandryk, C. S. 1992
Human Viability of the Late Quaternary Ice-Free Corridor. In American Quaternary Association (AMQUA) Program and Abstracts of the Twelfth Biennial Meeting. p. 51. August 24-26, 1992, University of California, Davis.
Sites discussed: Mitchell Lake, Strubel Lake, Nordegg Pond. Sites not mentioned by name or discussed in detail. Concludes that data show that area was not viable for human occupation before about 12,000 yr BP. (13/12/2007).

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