Citations of Conference Abstracts

Reyes, Alberta V., Tenea Dillman, Kristen Kennedy, Duane Froese, Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Roger C. Paulen * (2020) Legacy Radiocarbon Ages and the MIS 3 Dating Game: A Cautionary Tale From Re-Dating of Pre-LGM Sites in Western Canada. GSA 2020 Connects Online, Annual Meeting, 26-30 October 2020, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  1. Hodder, Tyler J., Michelle S. Gauthier, Martin Ross and Olav B. Lian (2023) Was there a nonglacial episode in the western Hudson Bay Lowland during Marine Isotope Stage 3? Quaternary Research 116:148-161.

  1. Rice, Jessey M., Roger C. Paulen, Martin Ross, M. B. McClenaghan and Heather E. Campbell (2023) Quaternary geology of the southern Core Zone area, Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador. In: Surficial Geoloy of Northern Canada: a summary of Geo-mapping for Energy and Minerals program contributions, edited by I. McMartin, pp. 221-265. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (2017) How humans populated North America: Revisiting the Ice-Free Corridor (and other places). Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twenty-first Annual Symposium, Abstracts and Short Papers, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta, 26-28.
  1. Freeman, Andrea K. L. (2022) 25 Years of geoarchaeological research on Paleoindian landscapes: a look back at the discipline. In: Palaeolandscapes in Archaeology: Lessons for the Past and Future, edited by M. T. Carson, pp. 23-38. Routledge, New York, USA.
Beaudoin, Alwynne B., Darryl Bereziuk, Trevor Peck, Christopher N. Jass and Wendy J. Unfreed (2016) Post-flood surveys along the rivers in southwest Alberta: Archaeology, Quaternary palaeontology and palaeoecology. [Poster] GAC-MAC Annual Meeting, Whitehorse, Yukon, June 1-3, 2016.
  1. Jass, Christopher N., Timothy Allan, Lisa Bohach, Brian Vivian and Jennifer Austen (2016) New records of late Quaternary Bison from southern Alberta, and comments on significance of Holocene faunal remains. In: Back on the horse: Recent developments in archaeological and palaeontological research in Alberta, edited by Robin Woywitka, pp. 169-173. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Caldwell, Devyn, Christopher N. Jass, Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Jack Brink and Christian Barrón-Ortiz (2016) An update on late Quaternary vertebrates from Cold Lake, Alberta. [Poster]. Paper presented at the Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twentieth Annual Symposium, Abstracts and Short Papers, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta. pp. 27-28.
  1. Jass, Christopher N. and Christina I. Barrón-Ortiz (2017) A review of Quaternary proboscideans from Alberta, Canada. Quaternary International 443: 88-104.

  1. Barrón-Ortiz, C. I., Matthew R. Sawchuk, Carmen Li and Christopher N. Jass 2018. Conservation of Subfossil Bones from a Lacustrine Setting: Uncontrolled and Controlled Drying of Late Quaternary Vertebrate Remains from Cold Lake, Western Canada. Collection Forum 32(1): 1-13.
Jass, Christopher, Alwynne Beaudoin and Jack Brink * (2014) Post-glacial Mammal Remains from Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, 74th Meeting, Berlin, Meeting Program and Abstracts, pp. 154-155.
  1. Jass, Christopher N. and Christina I. Barrón-Ortiz (2017) A review of Quaternary proboscideans from Alberta, Canada. Quaternary International 443: 88-104.

  1. Barrón-Ortiz, C. I., Matthew R. Sawchuk, Carmen Li and Christopher N. Jass (2018) Conservation of Subfossil Bones from a Lacustrine Setting: Uncontrolled and Controlled Drying of Late Quaternary Vertebrate Remains from Cold Lake, Western Canada. Collection Forum 32(1): 1-13.
  2. Caldwell, Devyn, Christopher N. Jass, Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Jack Brink and Christian Barrón-Ortiz (2016) An update on late Quaternary vertebrates from Cold Lake, Alberta. [Poster]. Paper presented at the Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twentieth Annual Symposium, Abstracts and Short Papers. Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta. pp. 27-28.
Jass, Christopher N., Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Jack Brink (2014) * Underwater megafauna: Quaternary vertebrates from Cold Lake, Alberta. Alberta Palaeontological Society, Eighteenth Annual Symposium, Abstracts and Short Papers, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta, March 22-23 2014, pp. 40. [Poster]
  1. Caldwell, Devyn, Christopher N. Jass, Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Jack Brink and Christian Barrón-Ortiz (2016) An update on late Quaternary vertebrates from Cold Lake, Alberta. [Poster]. Paper presented at the Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twentieth Annual Symposium, Abstracts and Short Papers. Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta. pp. 27-28.
Beaudoin, Alwynne B., and Christopher N. Jass (2013) Late Holocene fossils from a gravel deposit northeast of Edmonton, Alberta. Alberta Palaeontological Society, Seventeenth Annual Symposium, Abstracts, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta, March 16-17 2013, pp. 30-31. [Poster]
  1. Pyszczyk, H. W., A. B. Beaudoin and C. N. Jass (2013) East of Edmonton: Late Quaternary Landscapes, Palaeoenvironments, and Human History. CANQUA-CGRG 2013 Conference, Edmonton. Post-Meeting Fieldtrip Guidebook, August 23 2013. 54 pages.
Beaudoin, Alwynne B., and Terri Lacourse (2013) What is the palaeoecological signature of the Mazama ashfall? AASP-CAP-NAMS-CIMP-DINO10 Joint Meeting, San Francisco, October 20-24 2013, Abstracts with Program, p.46.
  1. Jensen, Britta J. L., Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Michael A. Clynne, Jordan Harvey and James W. Vallance (2019) A re-examination of the three most prominent Holocene tephra deposits in western Canada: Bridge River, Mount St. Helens Yn and Mazama. Quaternary International 500: 83-95.
Jass, C. N., A. B. Beaudoin and J. A. Burns (2009) Perspectives on Paleontological Change in Ice Age Alberta: Past, Present, and Future. In: Symposium 22: Global Change and Biotic Response: Perspectives from the Quaternary, Windows to the Future. 9th North American Paleontological Convention, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, June 21-26 2009. 9th North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts. p. 298. Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contributions Number 3.
  1. Jass, Christopher N. and Christina I. Barrón-Ortiz (2017) A review of Quaternary proboscideans from Alberta, Canada. Quaternary International 443: 88-104.

  1. Meyer, David, Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Leslie J. Amundson (2011) Chapter 1: Human Ecology of the Canadian Prairie Ecozone ca. 9000 BP: The Paleo-Indian Period. In: Human Ecology of the Canadian Prairie Ecozone 11,000 to 300 BP, edited by B. A. Nicholson, pp. 5-53. CPRC Press, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2008) Seeds and shells from soft sediment: macrofossil analysis at some late Quaternary sites in Alberta. Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twelfth Annual Symposium, Abstracts Volume, pp. 9-12. Mount Royal College, Calgary, March 15 2008.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (2009) Small Wonder: using SEM images to exhibit the "small stuff". Curator: The Museum Journal 52(3):261-272.
Paulen, R. C., A. B. Beaudoin and J. G. Pawlowicz (2005) An interstadial site in the Birch Mountains, north-central Alberta. CANQUA 2005, Biennial Meeting, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 5-8 2005, Program and Abstracts, p. A66.
  1. Dalton, April S., Chris R. Stokes and Christine L. Batchelor (2022) Evolution of the Laurentide and Innuitian ice sheets prior to the Last Glacial Maximum (115 ka to 25 ka). Earth-Science Reviews 224:103875.
  2. Fisher, Timothy G. and Thomas V. Lowell (2017) Glacial Geology and Land-Forming Events in the Fort McMurray Region. In: Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by B. M. Ronaghan, pp. 45-68. AU Press, Athabasca University, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  3. Burns, James A. and Robert R. Young (2017) A Tale of Two Floods: How the End of the Ice Age Enhanced Oil Sands Recovery - and Decimated the Fossil Record. In: Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by B. M. Ronaghan, pp. 25-41. AU Press, Athabasca University, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  4. Fisher, Timothy G., and Thomas V. Lowell (2012) Testing northwest drainage from Lake Agassiz using extant ice margin and strandline data. Quaternary International 260: 106-114.
  5. Fisher, Timothy G., Nickolas Waterson, Thomas V. Lowell, and Irka Hajdas (2009) Deglaciation Ages and Meltwater Routing in the Fort McMurray Region, Northeastern Alberta and Northwestern Saskatchewan, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 28: 1608-1624.

  1. Paulen, Roger C., I. Rod Smith and Adrian S. Hicken (2019) Middle Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dated Wood in Glacial Sediments Exposed in the Muskeg River (NTS 95B) Region. In: GEM-2 Southern Mackenzie Surficial Activity 2018 report: Surficial Geology and Heavy Mineral Studies in Southern Northwest Territories, edited by R. C. Paulen, I. R. Smith and S. J. A. Day, pp. 62-68. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  2. Dalton, April Sue Rogers (2017) Chronology, Paleoecology and Stratigraphy of Late Pleistocene Sediments from the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canada. Ph.D., Department of Earth Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. xii + 186 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B., and D. Keller (2002) Pollen Rides Pillion: Distinguishing Disaster and Change in the Postglacial Palaeoecological Record Through the Use of Modern Analogues. Presentation in "eSCAPE the Prairies: Catastrophes as Factors in the History and Development of the Prairie Landscape" at 35th Annual Chacmool Conference "Apocalypse Then and Now: A Conference About Archaeology and Worlds' Ends", University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, November 13 - 17 2002.
  1. Robertson, Elizabeth C. (2005) Late Quaternary Landform Development, Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction and Archaeological Site Formation in the Cypress Hills of Southeastern Alberta. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xxi + 424 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2001) Of Mud and Men: History of the Fletcher Site (DjOw-1), Southern Alberta. 34th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association (CAA), Information Package, Programme and Abstracts, p. 40-41. Banff, Alberta, May 9 - 13 2001.
  1. Morlan, Richard E. (2012) Cody complex geochronology In: Minds Across the Forty-Ninth: Richard G. Forbis: Plains Archaeologist and Prehistorian, edited by Leslie B. Davis, Brian O. K. Reeves and Joanne L. Braaten, pp. 266-302. Occasional Papers of the Archaeological Society of Alberta Number 12. Archaeological Society of Alberta, Calgary, Alberta.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1998) Bison, Birds, and Bulrushes: Early Holocene Macroremains at the Fletcher Site (DjOw-1), Alberta, and Implications for Plains Landscape and Climate. GSA Annual Meeting, October 26-29 1998, Toronto, Ontario. GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 30, No. 7, P-76 A-168.
  1. Jass, Christopher N., and James D. Gardner (2013 for 2012) Herpetofaunas from the "overburden" (Quaternary) of western Canada. Earth and Environmental Science transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 103:583-595.

  1. Fiedel, Stuart J. (2007) Quacks in the Ice: Waterfowl, Paleoindians, and the Discovery of America. In: Foragers of the Terminal Pleistocene in North America, edited by Renee B. Walker and Boyce N. Driskell, pp. 1-14. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
  2. Harington, C. R., editor (2003) Annotated Bibliography of Quaternary Vertebrates of Northern North America, with Radiocarbon Dates. University of Toronto Press in collaboration with the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1998) Macroremains from the Fletcher Site (DjOw-1), southern Alberta, and implications for early postglacial landscapes on the Canadian plains. CAA (Canadian Archaeological Association) 31st Annual Conference, May 6-10 1998, Victoria, British Columbia. Final Programme and Registration Package, 37. Invited presentation in "Beyond the Concept of Cultural Areas: Paleoindian Adaptations on the Edges of the Great Plains and Adjacent Areas, A Cross-Continental Perspective".
  1. Beaudoin, A. B., and G. A. Oetelaar (2003) The Changing Ecophysical Landscape of Southern Alberta During the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene. Plains Anthropologist, Vol. 48, Number 187, pp. 187-207.
Beaudoin, A. B., C. H. Yansa, and R. E. Vance (1998) The Landscape Context for Early Postglacial Palaeoindian Occupation on the Northern Plains. CAA (Canadian Archaeological Association) 31st Annual Conference, May 6-10 1998, Victoria, British Columbia. Final Programme and Registration Package, 36-37. In "Beyond the Concept of Cultural Areas: Paleoindian Adaptations on the Edges of the Great Plains and Adjacent Areas, A Cross-Continental Perspective".
  1. Beaudoin, A. B., and G. A. Oetelaar (2003) The Changing Ecophysical Landscape of Southern Alberta During the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene. Plains Anthropologist, Vol. 48, Number 187, pp. 187-207.

  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (2005) Comment on the Jenner Site Series. In Geological Survey of Canada Radiocarbon Dates XXXIV, collated by Roger McNeely, pp. 48-49. Geological Survey of Canada Current Research 2005, 113 pages.
  2. Beaudoin, A. B., and D. S. Lemmen, with contributions from D. J. Sauchyn, W. M. Last, S. A. Wolfe, W. J. Vreeken, J. A. Burns and I. A. Campbell (2000) Field-trip Guide: Late Quaternary History and Geoarchaeology of Southeastern Alberta and Southwestern Saskatchewan. Post Meeting Field-trip #3. Prepared for GeoCanada2000 meeting, Calgary, May 2000. vii + 55 pages.
Lemmen, D. S., A. B. Beaudoin and R. E. Vance (1997) Paleoenvironmental Records of Postglacial Climate Change in the Prairie Ecozone. The Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network (EMAN) Abstracts for Paper Presentations at the Third National Science Meeting, January 21-25 1997, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, p. 43. Environment Canada, Burlington, Ontario.
  1. Yansa, Catherine H. (2002) Late-glacial and Early Post-glacial Vegetation and Climate Change in the Northeastern Great Plains: Evidence from Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Studies. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Geography Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. xii + 337 pages.
  2. Wood, Barry Paul (2000) A Multi-Regional Analysis of Heritage Management: An Approach to Building New Partnerships. M.E.D. thesis. Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. xv + 339 pages.
Naldrett, D., and A. B. Beaudoin (1996) Reconstruction of River Regimes and Implications for the Archaeological Record in the Oldman River Valley, Southeastern [sic] Alberta. C.A.G. (Canadian Association of Geographers) Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 11-16 May, Program and Abstracts, 159-160. Reprinted in CANQUA Newsletter 17(1):5, 1996.
  1. Amundsen-Meyer, Lindsay M. (2014) Nested Landscapes: Ecological and Spiritual Use of Plains Landscape During the Late Prehistoric Period. Ph.D. thesis. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. xix + 364 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1996) An Early Holocene Macrofossil Record from the Fletcher Site (DjOw-1) in Southern Alberta. C.A.G. (Canadian Association of Geographers) Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 11-16 May, Program and Abstracts, 61-62.
  1. Yansa, Catherine H. (1998) Holocene paleovegetation and paleohydrology of a prairie pothole in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 19(4):429-441.

  1. Yansa, Catherine H. (2002) Late-glacial and Early Post-glacial Vegetation and Climate Change in the Northeastern Great Plains: Evidence from Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Studies. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Geography Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. xii + 337 pages
  2. Siegfried, E. V. (2002) Paleoethnobotany on the northern plains: the Tuscany archaeological site (EgPn-377), Calgary. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Archaeology Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xviii + 445 pages
  3. Aitken, A. E., W. M. Last and A. K. Burt (1999) The Lithostratigraphic Record of Late Pleistocene-Holocene Environmental Changes at the Andrews Site Near Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. In Holocene Climate and Environmental Change in the Palliser Triangle: A Geoscientific Context for Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change in the Southern Canadian Prairies, edited by D. S. Lemmen and R. E. Vance, pp. 173-181. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 534. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  4. Yansa, C. H., and J. F. Basinger (1999) A Postglacial Plant Macrofossil Record of Vegetation and Climate Change in Southern Saskatchewan. In Holocene Climate and Environmental Change in the Palliser Triangle: A Geoscientific Context for Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change in the Southern Canadian Prairies, edited by D. S. Lemmen and R. E. Vance, pp. 139-172. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 534. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  5. Campbell, Celina (1997) Postglacial Geomorphic Response and Environmental Change in Southeastern Alberta, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 187 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B., C. H. Yansa, and R. E. Vance (1996) A Model for Late Glacial-Early Holocene Landscape Development on the Northern Plains. C.A.G. (Canadian Association of Geographers) Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 11-16 May, Program and Abstracts, 62-63. Reprinted in CANQUA Newsletter 17(1):4, 1996.
  1. Yansa, C. H. (1998) Holocene paleovegetation and paleohydrology of a prairie pothole in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 19(4):429-441.
  2. Campbell, C. (1998) Postglacial evolution of a fine-grained alluvial fan in the northern Great Plains, Canada. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 139 (3-4):233-249

  1. Hall, Jonathan B. (2009) Pointing It Out: Fluted Projectile Point Distributions and Early Human Populations in Saskatchewan. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia. x + 126 pages.
  2. Yansa, Catherine H. (2002) Late-glacial and Early Post-glacial Vegetation and Climate Change in the Northeastern Great Plains: Evidence from Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Studies. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Geography Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. xii + 337 pages.
  3. Campbell, Celina (1997) Postglacial Geomorphic Response and Environmental Change in Southeastern Alberta, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 187 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1995) Early Holocene Vegetation and Landscapes in Southern Alberta. "Climate, Landscape and Vegetation Change in the Canadian Prairie Provinces", May 8-10 1995, Edmonton, Alberta, Program and Abstracts.
  1. Campbell, Celina (1997) Postglacial Geomorphic Response and Environmental Change in Southeastern Alberta, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 187 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1992) Early Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Data Preserved in "Non-Traditional" Sites. The 2nd Palliser Triangle Global Change Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, November 13-15, 1992, Program with Abstracts, 1-2.
  1. Oetelaar, Gerald A. and Alwynne B. Beaudoin (2016) Evidence of cultural responses to the impact of the Mazama ash fall from deeply stratified archaeological sites in southern Alberta, Canada. Quaternary International 394:17-26.
  2. Jass, Christopher N., and Alwynne B Beaudoin (2014) Radiocarbon dates of late Quaternary megafauna and botanical remains from central Alberta, Canada. Radiocarbon 56(3):1215-1222.
  3. Beaudoin, A. B., and G. A. Oetelaar (2003) The Changing Ecophysical Landscape of Southern Alberta During the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene. Plains Anthropologist, Vol. 48, Number 187, pp. 187-207. E-SCAPE Contribution 2.
  4. 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):23-44.
  5. Yansa, Catherine H. (1998) Holocene Paleovegetation and Paleohydrology of a Prairie Pothole in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 19:429-441.
  6. Campbell, C., and I. A. Campbell (1997) Calibration, Review and Geomorphic Implications of Postglacial Radiocarbon Ages in Southeastern Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Research 47: 37-44.

  1. Larsen, Matthew E. (2021) Paleovegetation Reconstruction rom Soil Phytoliths of a Ceremonial Site Complex at Maok-Skoistch on the Red Deer River, Alberta, Canada. M.A., Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. xiii + 295 pages.
  2. Oetelaar, Gerald A. (2019) Volcanic Ash and Landscape Evolution: Reconstruction of a 7000-Year-Old Landscape on the Northwestern Plains of North America. In: TephroArchaeology in the North Pacific, edited by G. L. Barnes and T. Soda, pp. 47-75. ArchaeoPress Publishing, Oxford, England, UK.
  3. Beaudoin, A. B. (2008) Seeds and shells from soft sediment: macrofossil analysis at some late Quaternary sites in Alberta. Alberta Palaeontological Society, Twelfth Annual Symposium, Abstracts Volume, pp. 9-12. Mount Royal College, Calgary, March 15 2008.
  4. Oetelaar, G. A., and D. J. Oetelaar (2007) The New Ecology and Landscape Archaeology: Incorporating the Anthropogenic Factor in Models of Settlement Systems in the Canadian Prairie Ecotone. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 31(3): 65-92.
  5. Beaudoin, A. B. (2005) Comment on the Jenner Site Series. In Geological Survey of Canada Radiocarbon Dates XXXIV, collated by Roger McNeely, pp. 48-49. Geological Survey of Canada Current Research 2005, 113 pp.
  6. Siegfried, E. V. (2002) Paleoethnobotany on the northern plains: the Tuscany archaeological site (EgPn-377), Calgary . Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Archaeology Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xviii + 445 pages
  7. Gillespie, J. D (2002) Archaeological and Geological Evidence for the First Peopling of Alberta. Unpublished MA dissertation, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xi + 204 pages.
  8. Oetelaar, G. A. (2002) River of Change: A Model for the Development of Terraces Along the Bow River, Alberta. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 56(2-3):155-169. (Note: Volume dated 2002 but published in 2004.)
  9. Beaudoin, A. B., and D. S. Lemmen, with contributions from D. J. Sauchyn, W. M. Last, S. A. Wolfe, W. J. Vreeken, J. A. Burns and I. A. Campbell (2000) Field-trip Guide: Late Quaternary History and Geoarchaeology of Southeastern Alberta and Southwestern Saskatchewan. Post Meeting Field-trip #3. Prepared for GeoCanada2000 meeting, Calgary, May 2000. vii + 55 pages.
  10. Yansa, C. H., and J. F. Basinger (1999) A Postglacial Plant Macrofossil Record of Vegetation and Climate Change in Southern Saskatchewan. In Holocene Climate and Environmental Change in the Palliser Triangle: A Geoscientific Context for Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change in the Southern Canadian Prairies, edited by D. S. Lemmen and R. E. Vance, pp. 139-172. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 534. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  11. Campbell, Celina (1997) Postglacial Geomorphic Response and Environmental Change in Southeastern Alberta, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 187 pages.
  12. Lemmen, Donald S. (editor) (1996) Landscapes of the Palliser Triangle: Guidebook for the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group Field Trip. Canadian Association of Geographers 1996 Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 92 pages.
  13. Vance, Robert E., Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Brian H. Luckman (1995) The Paleoecological Record of 6 ka BP Climate in the Canadian Prairie Provinces. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 49:81-98.
  14. Yansa, C. H. (1995) An Early Postglacial Record of Vegetation Change in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geological Sciences, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. xiii + 273 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B., and L. Halsey (1989) Some Preliminary Observations on a 9,000 Year Palaeoenvironmental Record from the Grande Prairie Area, Alberta. CANQUA Conference on Late Glacial and Post-Glacial Processes and Environments in Montane and Related Areas, Edmonton, Alberta, August 26-27, 1989, Program and Abstracts, 26.
  1. Siegfried, E. V. (2002) Paleoethnobotany on the northern plains: the Tuscany archaeological site (EgPn-377), Calgary . Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Archaeology Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xviii + 445 pages
  2. Beaudoin, A. B., and M. Wright (1993) Links between Culture and Environment: An Example from Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental Research in the Grande Prairie Region, Northwestern Alberta, 1987-1991. In: Culture and Environment: A Fragile Coexistence, edited by R.W. Jamieson, S. Abonyi and N. Mirau, Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Chacmool Conference of the Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary, pp. 231-235. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
  3. Beaudoin, A. B. (1993) A Compendium and Evaluation of Postglacial Pollen Records in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 17:92-112.
  4. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. 1990. Palaeoenvironmental Studies in Western and Southern Alberta 1988-1989. In: Climatic Fluctuations and Man 5, edited by C. R. Harington, pp. 104-105, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Ives, J. W., A. B. Beaudoin and M. Magne (1989) Alberta's Western Corridor and the Peopling of North America: A Review. CANQUA Conference on Late Glacial and Post-Glacial Processes and Environments in Montane and Related Areas, Edmonton, Alberta, August 26-27, 1989, Program and Abstracts, 33.
  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
  2. 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. 371 pages.
Ives, J. W., A. B. Beaudoin and M. P. R. Magne (1989) Evaluating the Role of a Western Corridor in the Peopling of the Americas. Circum-Pacific Prehistory Conference, Seattle, Washington, August 1-6, 1989. Session IIA "Routes into the New World" Reprint Proceedings, abstract.
  1. Beaudoin, Alwynne B., Milt Wright and Brian Ronaghan (1996) Late Quaternary Landscape History and Archaeology in the 'Ice-Free Corridor': Some Recent Results from Alberta. Quaternary International 32: 113-126.

  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1987) Modern Pollen Spectra from Sunwapta Pass Area, Jasper National Park. XII INQUA Congress, Ottawa, Ontario, Programme with Abstracts, 126.
  1. Reasoner, M. A., and M. Hickman (1989) Late Quaternary Environmental Change in the Lake O'Hara Region, Yoho National Park, British Columbia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 72(3-4):291-316.

  1. Reasoner, Mel A. (1988) The Late Quaternary Lacustrine Record from the Upper Cataract Brook Valley, Yoho National Park, British Columbia. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. xiv + 201 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1985) A Discussion of Holocene Timberline Fluctuations in Jasper National Park. CANQUA Symposium on the Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction of Late Wisconsin Deglaciation and the Holocene, Lethbridge, Alberta, Program with Abstracts and Field Guide, 17-18. (Presentation given by R. H. King)
  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
Beaudoin, A. B., and R. H. King (1984) A Holocene Pollen Record from Wilcox Pass, Jasper National Park. Sixth International Palynological Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Abstracts, 8.
  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
Beaudoin, A. B., and R. H. King (1984) Identification of Holocene Airfall Tephra in the Southern Canadian Rockies. G.A.C./M.A.C. Joint Annual Meeting, London, Ontario, Program with Abstracts 9: 46.
  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
Bowyer-Beaudoin, A. (1982) Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Change and the Local Pollen Record in Sunwapta Pass, Jasper National Park, Alberta. AMQUA, Seventh Biennial Conference, Seattle, Washington, Abstracts, 74.
  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
Holland, D. K., A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and K. B. Cawker (1980) A Holocene Pollen Record from Sunwapta Pass, Jasper National Park, Alberta. Fifth International Palynological Conference, Cambridge, England, Abstracts, 176.
  1. Kearney, M. S., and B. H. Luckman (1983) Post-Glacial Vegetational History of Tonquin Pass, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 20(5):776-786.

  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
  2. Beaudoin, A. B. (1984) Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Change in the Sunwapta Pass Area, Jasper National Park. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xvi + 487 pages.
  3. King, R. H., A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and F. J. Chorley (1981) Holocene Environmental Change in Jasper National Park: Fourth Interim Report. Progress report to Parks Canada. 26 pages. Copy on file at Park Library, Jasper, Alberta.
  4. King, R. H., K. B. Cawker, M. S. Kearney, A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and D. K. Holland (1980) Holocene Environmental Change in Jasper National Park: Third Interim Report. Progress report to Parks Canada. 37 pages. Copy on file at Park Library, Jasper, Alberta.
Holland, D. K., A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and K. B. Cawker (1980) Investigation of Palaeoenvironmental Change in Sunwapta Pass, Jasper National Park, Alberta. AMQUA, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Orono, Maine, Abstracts and Program, 101.
  1. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
  2. Beaudoin, A. B. (1984) Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Change in the Sunwapta Pass Area, Jasper National Park. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xvi + 487 pages
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