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Wally's Beach Site (DhPg-8)

Location: Alberta, Canada Latitude (N): Longitude (W):
Site notes: Archaeological site. Borden number: DhPg-8


Kooyman, B. 2010
Contributions from the Wally's Beach Site, Alberta. 1 pp. Abstract for the GeoCanada2010 meeting in Calgary.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Abstract may be downloaded from htt p://www.cspg.org/documents/Conventions/Archives/Annual/2010/0966_ GC2010_Contributions_from_the_Wallys_Beach_Site.pdf .

Kooyman, B., L. V. Hills, S. Tolman, and P. McNeil 2012
Late Pleistocene Western Camel (Camelops hesternus) Hunting in Southwestern Canada. American Antiquity 77(1):115-124.
AEU HSS CC 1 A6 Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Describes evidence for butchering of camel (cut marks, associated stone tools). (09/04/2012).

Kooyman, B., M. E. Newman, C. Cluney, M. Lobb, S. Tolman, P. MacNeil, and L. V. Hills 2001
Identification of Horse Exploitation by Clovis Hunters Based on Protein Analysis. American Antiquity 66:686-691.
AEU HSS CC 1 A6 Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Site has yielded archaeological materials and abundant faunal remains.

Kooyman, B. P., L. V. Hills, P. McNeil, and S. Tolman 2006
Late Pleistocene horse hunting at the Wally's Beach site (DhPg- 8), Canada. American Antiquity 71:101-121.
AEU HSS CC 1 A6 Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8).

Largent, F. 2006
Wally's Beach: New Evidence for Pleistocene Horse Hunting in Canada. Mammoth Trumpet 21(3):16-19.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Article contains some images of site and excavation in progress and pictures of some artifacts. Discusses the horse remains. Article may be downloaded from http://www.centerfirstamericans.com/mammoth/is sues/Volume-21/vol21_num3.pdf .

Levy, S. 2006
Clashing with Titans. BioScience 56(4):292-298.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Discusses Wally's Beach site in relation to work on behaviour of modern African elephants. Article can be downloaded from http://www.sharonlevy.net/PDFs/BioScience%20Mammoth%20final .pdf .

McNeil, P., L. V. Hills, B. Kooyman, and M. S. Tolman 2004
Late Pleistocene Geology and Fauna of the Wally's Beach Site (DhPg-8) Alberta, Canada. In Archaeology on the Edge: New Perspectives from the Northern Plains, edited by B. Kooyman and J. Kelley, pp. 79-94. Canadian Archaeological Association Occasional Paper No. 4. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg- 8).

McNeil, P., L. V. Hills, B. Kooyman, and M. S. Tolman 2005
Mammoth Tracks Indicate a Declining Late Pleistocene Population in Southwestern Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 24:1253-1259.
AEU SCI QE 696 Q245 Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8).

McNeil, P., L. V. Hills, B. Kooyman, and M. S. Tolman 2008
Mammoths, Camels, and Horses, Oh My! Tracks and Trackways Reveal the Identities, Behaviour, and the Demise of Some of Southwestern Alberta's Ice Age Inhabitants. Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twelfth Annual Symposium, Abstracts Volume . Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Extended abstract. Includes two trackway diagrams (probably from mammoth, camel) and a "tample ground" map showing multiple tracks. (16/03/2008).

McNeil, P. E., L. V. Hills, B. Kooyman, and S. Tolman 2010
Mammoth steps: an overview of the fauna of Wally's Beach (DhPg- 8), a late Pleistocene locality from southwestern Alberta. 4 pp. Abstract for the GeoCanada2010 meeting in Calgary.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Abstract may be downloaded from http://www.cspg.org/documents/ Conventions/Archives/Annual/2010/1007_GC2010_Mammoth_Steps.pdf .

McNeil, P., L. V. Hills, M. S. Tolman, and B. Kooyman 2007
Significance of Latest Pleistocene Tracks, Trackways, and Trample Grounds from Southern Alberta, Canada. In Cenozoic Vertebrate Tracks and Traces, edited by S. G. Lucas, J. A. Spielmann and M. G. Lockley, pp. 209-223. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 42. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuqueque, New Mexico, USA.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Includes trackway diagrams (probably from mammoth, camel, horse, bison), photographs, and "tample ground" maps showing multiple tracks. (19/03/2008).

McNeil, P. E. 2009
Bones and Tracks at Wally's Beach Site (DhPg-8): An Investigation of the Latest Pleistocene Mega-Fauna of Southern Alberta. Unpublished PhD thesis. Department of Geoscience, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada xv + 331 pages.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg- 8).

Milot, P., and J. Burns 2006
Refined Paraffin Wax Used to Preserve 11,000 Year-Old Camelid Footprints in Lakebed Sediments, St. Mary Reservoir, Southern Alberta, Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(3, Supplement):Abstracts 101A 66th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, October 18-21, 2006, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada .
Site discussed: Wally's Beach.

Tolman, M. S. 2001
DhPg-8: From Mammoths to Machinery: An Overview of 11,000 Years Along the St. Mary River. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Geosciences Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada xv + 243 pages.
Site discussed: Wally's Beach (DhPg-8). Site is in St Mary Reservoir, southwest Alberta. Describes archaeological materials, mostly stone tools and artifacts. Also discusses faunal remains (horse, helmeted musk ox, caribou, bison) and trackways (mammoth, caribou, camel, horse, and bison). (21/05/2012).

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