Alwynne B. Beaudoin - Lake File

Flintstone Hill

Location: Manitoba, Canada Latitude (N): 49.44° Longitude (W): 100.72°
Site notes: A cutbank along the Souris River, southwestern Manitoba. This locality is being investigated as part of the SCAPE project.
Boyd, M. 2000
Changing Physical and Ecological Landscapes in Southwestern Manitoba in Relation to Folsom (11,000 - 10,000 BP) and McKean (4,000 - 3,000 BP) Site Distributions. Prairie Forum 25(1):23-43.
AEU HSS FC 3231 P89 Site discussed: Flintstone Hill.

Boyd, M. 2002
Identification of Anthropogenic Burning in the Paleoecological Record of the Northern Prairies: A New Approach. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 92(3):471-482.
Site discussed: Flintstone Hill.

Boyd, M. 2003
Paleoecology of an Early Holocene Wetland on the Canadian Prairies. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 57(2-3):139-149.
AEU SCI G 1 R452 Site discussed: Flintstone Hill.

Boyd, M., G. L. Running IV, and K. Havholm 2003
Paleoecology and Geochronology of Glacial Lake Hind During the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition: A Context for Folsom Surface Finds on the Canadian Prairies. Geoarchaeology 18(6):583-607.
Site discussed: Flintstone Hill. Deals mainly with stratigraphy, macroremains, and pollen analysis of organic materials towards the base of the Flintstone Hill cutbank.

Boyd, M. J. 2000
Late Quaternary Geoarchaeology of the Lauder Sandhills, Southwestern Manitoba. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada xvi + 300 pp.
Site discussed: Flintstone Hill.

Havholm, K. G., N. D. Bergstrom, H. M. Jol, and G. L. Running IV 2003
GPR survey of a Holocene aeolian/fluvial/lacustrine succession, Lauder Sandhills, Manitoba, Canada. In Ground Penetrating Radar in Sediments, edited by C. S. Bristow and H. M. Jol, pp. 47-54. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 211. Geological Society, London, England, UK.
Site discussed: Flintstone Hill.

Running IV, G. L., K. G. Havholm, M. Boyd, and D. J. Wiseman 2002
Holocene Stratigraphy and Geomorphology of Flintstone Hill, Lauder Sandhills, Glacial Lake Hind Basin, Southwestern Manitoba. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 56(2-3):291-303.
AEU SCI G 1 R452 Note: Volume dated 2002 but published in 2004.

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