Citations of Published Papers, Book Chapters, Edited Volumes, and Theses

Papers
Beaudoin, A. B. (2011) On the development, maintenance, and use of a modern pollen reference collection. Collection Forum 25(1-2): 62-69.
  1. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (2012) The value of modern pollen and seed reference collections in late Quaternary palaeoecology. Alberta Palaeontological Society Sixteenth Annual Symposium Abstracts, pp. 31-32. Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2009) Small Wonder: using SEM images to exhibit the "small stuff". Curator: The Museum Journal 52(3):261-272.
  1. van Netten, Harm H. (2012) Stimulating visitor experience in museum exhibits dealing with the micro world. Masters thesis. Science Education and Communication, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. 29 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2007) On the Laboratory Procedure for Processing Unconsolidated Sediment Samples to Concentrate Subfossil Seed and Other Plant Macroremains. Journal of Paleolimnology 37:301-308.
  1. Bolton, Matthew S., and Alwynne B. Beaudoin (2017) Climate reconstructions based on postglacial macrofossil assemblages from four river systems in southwestern Alberta. Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques 42(3): 289-305.
  2. Savoretti, Adolfina, Damián Andrés Fernández, Ari Iglesias and Juan Federico Ponce (2017) Propuesta metodológica para el estudio de macrorrestos de briofitas en turberas [Methodological contributions for the analysis of bryophyte macroremains in peatlands]. Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica 52(2): 371-381.
  3. Lowe, J.J., and M. J. C. Walker (2015) Reconstructing Quaternary Environments. 3rd Edition. Routledge, Abingdon. 538 pp.
  4. Lavoie, Martin, Julien Colpron-Tremblay and Élisabeth C. Robert (2012) Développement D'une Vaste Tourbière Ombrotrophe Non Perturbée en Contexte Périurbain au Québec Méridional. [Development of a large undisturbed ombrotrophic peat bog in a peri-urban context in southern Quebec]. Ecoscience 19(3): 285-297.
  5. Boyd, M., J. T. Teller, Z. Yang, L. Kingsmill and C. Shultis (2012) An 8,900-year-old forest drowned by Lake Superior: hydrological and paleoecological implications. Journal of Paleolimnology 47: 339-355.
  6. Jakab, Guszlav, Pal Sumegi and Erzsebet Szurdoki (2010) Paleoecology of peatlands - Quaternary climate reconstructions from Hungary. In: Horizons in Earth Science Research, Volume 2, edited by B. Veress and J. Szigethy, pp. 1-33. Nova Science Publishers Inc., Hauppauge, New York, USA.

  1. Rule, Susan (2020) Millennial Perspectives on Tropical Climate Variability from the Last Glacial through to the Holocene: A palaeoecological analysis from Lynch?s Crater, northeast Queensland, Australia. Ph.D., School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. xxiii + 426 pages.
  2. Poletto, Christina L. (2019) Postglacial Human and Environmental Landscapes of Northeastern Alberta: An analysis of a late Holocene sediment record from Sharkbite Lake, Alberta. M.A., Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. viii + 234 pages.
  3. Gilliland, Krista (2017) The naked landscape: Science and the secrets of the FM Ranch Campsite (EfPk-1). In: After the flood: Investigations of impacts to archaeological resources from the 2013 flood in southern Alberta, edited by T. R. Peck, pp. 118-136. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  4. Bolton, Matthew S. and Alwynne B. Beaudoin (2017) Recognizing macrofossils: A pictorial guide to some common seeds and shells from alluvial deposits in southern Alberta. In: After the flood: Investigations of impacts to archaeological resources from the 2013 flood in southern Alberta, edited by T. R. Peck, pp. 156-168. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  5. Bolton, Matthew S., and Alwynne B. Beaudoin (2016) Reconstructing the Highwood River's Holocene palaeoecology: Assessment of organic-rich alluvial samples collected following the 2013 flood event. In: Back on the horse: Recent developments in archaeological and palaeontological research in Alberta, edited by Robin Woywitka, pp. 161-168. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  6. Pearsall, Deborah M. (2015) Paleoethnobotany, Third Edition: A Handbook of Procedures. Left Coast Press. 513 pages.
  7. Falzarano, Kirsten Lynne (2014) Attachment to Place: Three-Dimensional Spatial Analysis and Long-Term Land Use at the Stampede Site, DjOn-26. Ph.D. thesis. Archaeology Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. xxi + 544 pages.
  8. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (2012) The value of modern pollen and seed reference collections in late Quaternary palaeoecology. Alberta Palaeontological Society Sixteenth Annual Symposium Abstracts, pp. 31-32. Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta.
  9. László, Demeter, Jakab Gusztáv, Gabriella Péter, Alain Thiéry and Pásztohy Zoltán (2012) Vertical distribution of Anostraca resting eggs in relation to other dormant invertebrate forms and plant seeds in the sediment of a temporary pond (Ciuc Basin, Eastern Carpathians, Romania). Romanian Journal of Biology - Zoology 57(2): 111-121.
  10. Kingsmill, Lesley (2011) Middle Holocene Archaeology and Paleoenvironments of the Thunder Bay Region, Lake Superior Basin. M.E.S. thesis. Department of Anthropology, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. xiii + 224 pages.
  11. Bowyer, Vandy E. (2011) Caribou Hunting at Ice Patches: Seasonal Mobility and Long-term Land-Use in the Southwest Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 347 pages.
  12. Williams, Christopher J. (2011) A paleoecological perspective on wetland restoration. In: Wetlands: Integrating Multidisciplinary Concepts, edited by Ben A. LePage, pp. 67-91. Springer Science+Business Media.
  13. Beaudoin, A. B. (2009) Small Wonder: using SEM images to exhibit the "small stuff". Curator: The Museum Journal 52(3): 261-272.
  14. 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.
  15. Robinson, Simon C. (2007) Late Pleistocene - Early Holocene Plant Macrofossils and Pollen from the Yukon Flats, Central Alaska. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton. 98 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2006) On the Development, Care, and Maintenance of Collections of Reference and Subfossil Seed and Plant Macroremains. Collection Forum 20(1-2):55-66.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (2007) On the laboratory procedure for processing unconsolidated sediment samples to concentrate subfossil seed and other plant macroremains. Journal of Paleolimnology 37: 301-308.

  1. Tirlea, Diana, Carmen Li, Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Emily Moffat (2018) Long-Term Storage of Small Natural History Specimens Using Gelatin Capsules: A Case Study from the Royal Alberta Museum. Collection Forum 32(1-2): 31-46.
  2. Bolton, Matthew S. and Alwynne B. Beaudoin (2017) Recognizing macrofossils: A pictorial guide to some common seeds and shells from alluvial deposits in southern Alberta. In: After the flood: Investigations of impacts to archaeological resources from the 2013 flood in southern Alberta, edited by Trevor R. Peck, pp. 156-168. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  3. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (2012) The value of modern pollen and seed reference collections in late Quaternary palaeoecology. Alberta Palaeontological Society Sixteenth Annual Symposium Abstracts, pp. 31-32. Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta.
  4. Beaudoin, A. B. (2009) Small Wonder: using SEM images to exhibit the "small stuff". Curator: The Museum Journal 52(3): 261-272.
  5. 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.
  6. Klise, Linda S., and Leo J. Hickey (2007) Preserving extant Metasequoia shoots for herbaria. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 48(2): 255-259.
  7. Beaudoin, A. B., and J. Petrik (2007) The benefits of a photograph and image cataloguing database for research and archival purposes, illustrated by an example from Canadian archaeology. Collections 3(3):211-222. E-SCAPE Contribution 6.
Beaudoin, A. (2003) A Comparison of Two Methods for Estimating the Organic Content of Sediments. Journal of Paleolimnology 29(3): 387-390.
  1. Krikunova, A. I., N. A. Kostromina, L. A. Savelieva, D. S. Tolstobrov, A. Y. Petrov, T. W. Long, F. Kobe, C. Leipe and P. E. Tarasov (2022) Late- and postglacial vegetation and climate history of the central Kola Peninsula derived from a radiocarbon-dated pollen record of Lake Kamenistoe. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 603.
  2. Varner, T. S., H. V. Kulkarni, W. Nguyen, K. Kwak, M. B. Cardenas, P. S. K. Knappett, A. S. Ojeda, N. Malina, M. U. Bhuiyan, K. M. Ahmed and S. Datta (2022) Contribution of sedimentary organic matter to arsenic mobilization along a potential natural reactive barrier (NRB) near a river: The Meghna river, Bangladesh. Chemosphere 308.
  3. Calderon, J. S., M. E. Verbyla, M. Gil, F. Pinongcos, A. M. Kinoshita and N. Mladenov (2022) Persistence of Fecal Indicators and Microbial Source Tracking Markers in Water Flushed from Riverbank Soils. Water Air and Soil Pollution 233(3).
  4. Yuan, Hezhong, Bingchan Jia, Juan Wu, Haixiang Wang, Jianghua Yu, Yiwei Cai, Enfeng Liu, Qiang Li and Qingfei Zeng (in press, 2022) How do inundation provoke the release of phosphorus in soil-originated sediment due to nitrogen reduction after reclaiming lake from polder. Journal of Environmental Sciences.
  5. Deng, Q. Q., T. B. Yu, Z. Zeng, U. Ashraf, Q. H. Shi, S. H. Huang, T. X. Lian, J. W. Chen, W. Muzaffar and W. K. Shen (2021) Silicon Application Modulates the Growth, Rhizosphere Soil Characteristics, and Bacterial Community Structure in Sugarcane. Frontiers in Plant Science 12.
  6. Avramidis, Pavlos and Vlasoula Bekiari (2021) Application of a catalytic oxidation method for the simultaneous determination of total organic carbon and total nitrogen in marine sediments and soils. PLOS ONE 16(6): e0252308.
  7. Kamerling, I. M., J. E. Schofield and K. J. Edwards (2021) Palynological evidence for pre-agricultural reindeer grazing and the later settlement history of the Lycksele region, northern Sweden. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13(3): 21.
  8. Li, Q., G. X. Li, M. T. Chen, J. S. Xu, S. D. Liu and M. N. Chen (2020) New Insights Into Kuroshio Current Evolution Since the Last Deglaciation Based on Paired Organic Paleothermometers From the Middle Okinawa Trough. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 35(12):20.
  9. Jimenez-Castaneda, Martha E., Carolina Scarinci, Adam Burke, Christopher Boothman, David J. Vaughan, Jonathan R. Lloyd and Bart E. van Dongen (2020) Generation of Alkalinity by Stimulation of Microbial Iron Reduction in Acid Rock Drainage Systems: Impact of Natural Organic Matter Types. Water Air and Soil Pollution 231(9).
  10. Sjöström, Jenny K., Richard Bindler, Therese Granberg and Malin E. Kylander (2019) Procedure for Organic Matter Removal from Peat Samples for XRD Mineral Analysis. Wetlands 39(3): 473-481.
  11. Fauvel, B., H. M. Cauchie, C. Gantzer and L. Ogorzaly (2019) Influence of physico-chemical characteristics of sediment on the in situ spatial distribution of F-specific RNA phages in the riverbed. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95(2): 1-11.
  12. Waszak, I., H. Dabrowska and J. Warzocha (2019) Assessment of native and alkylated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sediments and mussels (Mytilus spp.) in the southern Baltic Sea. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 21(3): 514-527.
  13. Huang, Chao, Ti Zeng, Feng Ye and Gangjian Wei (2019) Solar-forcing-induced spatial synchronisation of the East Asian summer monsoon on centennial timescales. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 514: 536-549.
  14. Bakr, N. and S. M. El-Ashry (2018) Organic matter determination in arid region soils: loss-on-ignition versus wet oxidation. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 49(20): 2587-2601.
  15. Fei, Ying-heng, Kenneth M. Y. Leung and Xiao-yan Li (2017) Adsorption of 17 α-ethyl estradiol with the competition of bisphenol A on the marine sediment of Hong Kong. Marine Pollution Bulletin 124(2): 753-759.
  16. Uddin, Md N. and Randall W. Robinson (2017) Changes associated with Phragmites australis invasion in plant community and soil properties: A study on three invaded communities in a wetland, Victoria, Australia. Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters 66(Supplement C): 24-30.
  17. Uddin, M. D. Nazim, and Randall W. Robinson (2017) Responses of plant species diversity and soil physical-chemical microbial properties to Phragmites australis invasion along a density gradient. Scientific Reports 7: 11007-11007.
  18. Schaffhauser, Alice, Serge Payette, Michelle Garneau and Élisabeth C. Robert (2017) Soil paludification and Sphagnum bog initiation: the influence of indurated podzolic soil and fire. Boreas 46(3): 428-441.
  19. Kamerling, Ilse M., J. Edward Schofield, Kevin. J. Edwards and Kjell-Ake Aronsson (2017) High-resolution palynology reveals the land use history of a Sami renvall in northern Sweden. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 26(4): 369-388.
  20. Belles, Angel, Claire Alary, Justine Criquet, Anastasia Ivanovsky and Gabriel Billon (2017) Assessing the transport of PAH in the surficial sediment layer by passive sampler approach. Science of the Total Environment 579: 72-81.
  21. Mould, Simon and Kirstie Fryirs (2017) The Holocene evolution and geomorphology of a chain of ponds, southeast Australia: Establishing a physical template for river management. Catena 149: 349-362.
  22. Shao, Yufang, Ying Chen, Jian Liu, Pingping Wu, Yibin Ying and Jing Xie (2016) ICP-MS Determination of Potential Toxic Elements in Soil and Rice (Oryza sativa L.) and Related Health Risk. Food Analytical Methods 9: 3501-3508.
  23. Hodge, Joshua, and Harry Williams (2016) Deriving spatial and temporal patterns of coastal marsh aggradation from hurricane storm surge marker beds. Geomorphology 274: 50-63.
  24. Jiménez-Castañeda, Martha E., Christopher Boothman, Jonathan R. Lloyd, David J. Vaughan and Bart E. van Dongen (2016) Do mature hydrocarbons have an influence on acid rock drainage generation? Applied Geochemistry 67: 93-100.
  25. Wang, Lixin, and David S. Leigh (2015) Anthropic signatures in alluvium of the Upper Little Tennessee River valley, southern Blue Ridge Mountains, USA. Anthropocene 11: 35-47.
  26. Avramidis, Pavlos, Konstantinos Nikolaou and Vlasoula Bekiari (2015) Total Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen in Sediments and Soils: A Comparison of the Wet Oxidation-Titration Method with the Combustion-Infrared Method. In IRLA2014. The Effects of Irrigation and Drainage on Rural and Urban Landscapes, Patras, Greece, edited by P. E. Barouchas, Y. L. Tsirogiannis and N. Malamos, pp. 425-430. Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia Vol. 4. Elsevier, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  27. Narayan, Y. Roshni, Matt Lybolt, Jianxin Zhao, Yuexing Feng and John M. Pandolfi (2015) Holocene benthic foraminiferal assemblages indicate long-term marginality of reef habitats from Moreton Bay, Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 420: 49-64.
  28. Fei, Ying-heng, Baoshan Xing and Xiao-yan Li (2014) Changes in the adsorption of bisphenol A, 17 α-ethinyl estradiol, and phenanthrene on marine sediment in Hong Kong in relation to the simulated sediment organic matter decomposition. Environmental Pollution 192:139-146.
  29. Saavedra, Luisa, Renato A. Quiñones and José Becerra (2014) Distribution and sources of phytosterols in coastal and river sediments of south-central Chile. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research 42(1):61-84.
  30. Vriend, M., M. H. M. Groot, H. Hooghiemstra, R. G. Bogotá-Angel and J. C. Berrio (2012) Changing depositional environments in the Colombian Fúquene Basin at submillennial time-scales during 284-27 ka from unmixed grain-size distributions and aquatic pollen. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences-Geologie en Mijnbouw 91(1-2):199-214.
  31. Wang, Xiujun, Jiaping Wang and Juan Zhang (2012) Comparisons of three methods for organic and inorganic carbon in calcareous soils of northwestern China. PLOS ONE 7(8), Article Number: e44334.
  32. Xia, D.S., J. Jia, H. T. Wei, X. B. Liu, J. Y. Ma, X. M. Wang and F. H. Chen (2012) Magnetic properties of surface soils in the Chinese Loess Plateau and the adjacent Gobi areas, and their implication for climatic studies. Journal of Arid Environments 78:73-79.
  33. Wang, Junbo, Liping Shu, Yong Wang, Shaopeng Gao and Gerhard Daut (2012) A comparison of different methods for determining the organic and inorganic carbon content of lake sediments from two lakes on the Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary International 250:49-54.
  34. Hegarty, Joshua, Darlene Zabowski and Jonathan D. Bakker (2011) Use of soil properties to determine the historical extent of two western Washington prairies. Northwest Science 85(2):120-129.
  35. Shao, Dingding, Peng Liang, Yuan Kang, Hongsheng Wang, Zhang Cheng, Shengchun Wu, Jianbo Shi, Samuel Chun Lap Lo, Wenxiong Wang and Ming H. Wong (2011) Mercury species of sediment and fish in freshwater fish ponds around the Pearl River Delta, PR China: Human health risk assessment. Chemosphere 83:443-448.
  36. Wang, Qingren, Yuncong Li and Y. Wang (2011) Optimizing the weight loss-on-ignition methodology to quantify organic and carbonate carbon of sediments from diverse sources. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 174:241-257.
  37. Bao Kunshan, Jia Lin, Lu Xianguo and Wang Guoping (2010) Grain-size characteristics of sediment in Daniugou peatland in Changbai Mountains, northeast China: Implications for atmospheric dust deposition. Chinese Geographical Science 20(6):498-505.
  38. Heyns, Elodie, and William Froneman (2010) Spatial and temporal patterns in the hyperbenthic community structure in a warm temperate southern African permanently open estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88(1):105-115.
  39. Ao, Hong, Chenglong Deng, Mark J. Dekkers and Qingsong Liu (2010) Magnetic mineral dissolution in Pleistocene fluvio-lacustrine sediments, Nihewan Basin (north China). Earth and Planetary Science Letters 292(1-2):191-200.
  40. Bao, Kunshan, Xiaofei Yu, Lin Jia and Guoping Wang (2010) Recent carbon accumulation in Changbai Mountain peatlands, northeast China. Mountain Research and Development 30(1): 33-41.
  41. Tomza-Marciniak, A., and A. Witczak (2009) Bioaccumulation of DDT and its metabolites in the Miedzyodrze ecosystem, Poland. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 18(3): 467-474.
  42. Hur, Jin, and Myung Chae Jung (2009) The effects of soil properties on the turbidity of catchment soils from the Yongdam dam basin in Korea. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 31: 365-377.
  43. Frangipane, Gretel, Mario Pistolato, Emanuela Molinaroli, Stefano Guerzoni and Davide Tagliapietra (2009) Comparison of loss on ignition and thermal analysis stepwise methods for determination of sedimentary organic matter. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19: 24-33.
  44. María-Cervantes, A., F. J. Jiménez-Cárceles and J. Álvarez-Rogel (2009) As, Cd, Cu, Mn, Pb, and Zn contents in sediments and mollusks (Hexaplex trunculus and Tapes decussatus) from coastal zones of a Mediterranean lagoon (Mar Menor, SE Spain) affected by mining wastes. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 200: 289-304.
  45. Roulet, Nigel T., Peter M. Lafleur, Pierre J. H. Richard, Tim R. Moore, Elyn R. Humphreys and Jill Bubier (2007) Contemporary carbon balance and late Holocene carbon accumulation in a northern peatland. Global Change Biology 13(2):397-411.
  46. Peros, M. C., E. G. Reinhardt and A. M. Davis (2007) A 6000-year record of ecological and hydrological changes from Laguna de la Leche, north coastal Cuba. Quaternary Research 67(1): 69-82.
  47. Michaud, F., H. U. Ramirez-Sanchez, C. Parron, P. F. Zarate-del Valle, F. Fernex and G. Barci-Funel (2006) Strong magnetic levels in Lake Chapala sediments (western Mexico): their mineralogy and stratigraphic significance. Journal of Paleolimnology 35(4): 819-836.
  48. Rezzoug, S., H. Michel, F. Fernex, G. Barci-Funel and V. Barci (2006) Evaluation of Cs-137 fallout from the Chernobyl accident in a forest soil and its impact on alpine lake sediments, Mercantour Massif, SE France Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 85(2-3): 369-379.
  49. Valiranta, M., S. Kultti, M. Nyman and K. Sarmaja-Korjonen (2005) Holocene development of aquatic vegetation in shallow Lake Njargajavri, Finnish Lapland, with evidence of water-level fluctuations and drying. Journal of Paleolimnology 34(2): 203-215.
  50. Santisteban, J. I., R. Mediavilla, E. Lopez-Pamo, C. J. Dabrio, M. B. R. Zapata, M. J. G. Garcia, S. Castano and P. E. Martinez-Alfaro (2004) Loss on ignition: a qualitative or quantitative method for organic matter and carbonate mineral content in sediments? Journal of Paleolimnology 32(3): 287-299.
  51. Boyle, J. (2004) A comparison of two methods for estimating the organic matter content of sediments. Journal of Paleolimnology 31(1): 125-127.

  1. Catianis, Irina, Adriana Maria Constantinescu, Albert Scrieciu, Iulian Pojar and Laura Tiron Dutu (2022) Danube Delta Lakes as Sinks for Natural and Anthropogenic Environmental Changes. In: The Danube River Delta, edited by A. M. Negm and D. C. Diaconu, pp. 31-75. Springer International Publishing, Cham.
  2. Catianis, Irina, Adriana Maria Constantinescu, Laura Tiron Dutu, Dumitru Grosu, Oana Dobre and Catalin Gheablau (2021) Assessing the Lithological Composition of Core Sediment Samples to Investigate the Influence of Natural and Anthropogenic Stressors. In: Water resources and wetlands, edited by P. Gastescu and P. Bretcan, pp. 44-52. 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021. Romanian Limnogeographical Association, Tulcea, Romania.
  3. Emmanouilidis, Alexandros (2021) Holocene Environmental Evolution and Climate Variability Inferred from Multi-proxy Coastal Sediment Records of Southern Greece. Ph.D., Geology Department, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. 118 pages.
  4. Krikunova, Alexandra Igorevna (2019) Reconstruction of vegetation and climate development in the Holocene based on spore-pollen analysis of bottom sediments of Lake Kamenistoe (Kola Peninsula). Undergrad dissertation?, Geography Department, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia. 65 pages. (In Russian)
  5. Poletto, Christina L. (2019) Postglacial Human and Environmental Landscapes of Northeastern Alberta: An analysis of a late Holocene sediment record from Sharkbite Lake, Alberta. M.A., Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. viii + 234 pages.
  6. Zammit, Kendra (2017) Gone, But Not Forgotten: Composition of Cold-water Carbonate Bioclasts in Frobisher Bay, Nunavut. B.Sc., Department of Earth Sciences, Memorial University, St John's, Newfoundland, Canada. ix + 64 pages.
  7. Biddulph, Matilda (2016) Testing the efficacy of mitigation measures for reducing fine sediment and associated pollutant delivery to and through rivers in agricultural catchments of England. Ph.D., Environmental Science Department, University of Northampton, Northampton, England, UK. xxiii + 241 pages.
  8. Smith, Benjamin A. V. (2016) Assessment of carbon and nutrient export from a peatland windfarm construction site. Ph.D. dissertation. School of Geographical and Earth Science, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. xxv + 340 pages.
  9. Hogsett, Mitchell Clay (2015) Water Quality and Sediment Biogeochemistry in the Urban Jordan River, UT. Ph.D., Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. xi + 293 pages.
  10. Grozic, Dino (2015) Sedimentoloske I Geokemijske Znacajke Recentnih Sedimenata Jezera Kuti (Delta Rijeke Neretve) / Sedimentological and Geochemical Caracteristics of Recent Sediments from Lake Kuti (Neretva River Delta). M.Sc., Department of Geology, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia. vi + 68 pages. (In Croatian with English language abstract)
  11. de Carvalho, Rui Felipe Ferreira (2014) Análisis multi-proxy paleoambiental y modelización de registros sedimentarios fluvales en los Alpes Suizos. Ph.D. thesis. Departament de Geografia Fisica i Anàlisi Geogràfica Regional, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, España. xxiv + 259 pages.
  12. Tuffour, Henry Oppong, Israel Boateng Yeboah, Mensah Bonsu, Thomas Adjei-Gyapong, Abdul Aziz Khalid, Awudu Abubakar, Caleb Melenya and Pearl Kpotor (2014) Soil Organic Carbon: Relating the Walkley-Black Wet Oxidation Method to Loss on Ignition and Clay Content. International Journal of Scientific Research in Knowledge 2(5):249-256.
  13. Maher, Louis J., Oliver Heiri, and André F. Lotter (2012) Assessment of Uncertainties Associated with Palaeolimnological Laboratory Methods and Microfossil Analysis. Chapter 6 in: Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments: Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques, edited by H. J. B. Birks, A. F. Lotter, S. Juggins and J. P. Smol, pp. 143-166. Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research 5. Springer Science Business Media B.V.
  14. Garneau, Michelle (2012) Chaire DÉCLIQUE: Dynamique des Écosystèmes tourbeux et changement CLImatiQUEs: Rapport annuel d'avancement des d'activités Année 2011 - 2012. Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada. 31 pages.
  15. Fei Yingheng (2012) Adsorption of Emerging Environmental Pollutants by Marine Sediment in Relation to Sediment Organic Diagenesis. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Department of Civil Engineering, University of Hong Kong. xix + 200 pages.
  16. Weaver, Meghan (2012) Effects of Copper Sulfate Application on Zooplankton and Macroinvertebrate Communities in Upground Reservoirs. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, USA. vii + 52 pages.
  17. Martineau, Christine (2011) Activity, diversity and community structure of aerobic methane-oxidizing and carbon dioxide-producing bacteria in soils from the Canadian high Arctic. Ph.D., Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. xvii + 140 pages.
  18. Bogotá-Angel, Raul Giovanni (2011) Pleistocene Centennial-Scale Vegetational, Environmental and Climatic Change in the Colombian Andes: Based on Biotic and Abiotic Proxy Analyses from Lake Fúquene Sediments. Ph.D. thesis. Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 144 pages.
  19. Weathermon, Rick L. (2011) Late Archaic Hunter-Gatherer Perishable Technologies in the Black Hills: An Investigation of the Crystal Cave Location and its Culturally Modified Wood. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA. xv + 400 pages.
  20. Halseth, Deanna R. H. (2011) A Paleolimnological Investigation of Historical Environmental Change in East Canyon Reservoir. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geography, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. ix + 100 pages.
  21. Williams, Nekesha Bernadette (2010) Linking Soil Loss to Sediment Delivery in Two Estuaries in Puerto Rico. Ph.D., College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA. xx + 249 pages.
  22. Tremblay, Louis (2010) Reconstitution Paléoécologique du Développement des Mares dans Deux Tourbières Minérotrophes Structurées du Québec Subarctique. M.Sc., Départment de Géographie, Université du Québec å Montréal, Montréal, Québec. xiii + 136 pages.
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Book Chapters
Beaudoin, A. B. (2016) A Bison's View of Landscape and the Paleoenvironment. In: Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History, edited by Geoff Cunfer and Bill Waiser, pp. 51-89. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas, USA.
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  1. Spence, Mark David (2020) Confluences: A Historic Resource Study of Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota and Montana. Prepared under contract to: Interior Regions 3, 4 and 5, National Park Service United States Department of the Interior. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. x + 367 pages.
  2. White, Clifford A. (2018) Historical Ecology of Bison Movement Corridors, Western Cordillera, North America: A Cross Watershed Comparison. 2018-05-2 version. Canadian Rockies Bison Initiative, Canmore, Alberta, Canada. 107 pages.
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  6. Zappia, Natale A. (2017) Book review: Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History. Ed. by Geoff Cunfer and Bill Waiser. The Journal of American History 104(3): 748-749.
  7. Ritterbush, Lauren W. (2017) Book review: Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History. Western Historical Quarterly 48(3): 330-331.
  8. Finkelstein, Alexander (2017) Book review: Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 110(3/4): 396-397.
  9. Dehler, Gregory J. (2017) Book review: Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History. Kansas History 40(3): 222.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2003) Climate and Landscape of the Last 2000 Years in Alberta. In: Archaeology in Alberta: A View from the New Millennium edited by Jack W. Brink and John F. Dormaar, pp. 10-45. Archaeological Society of Alberta, Medicine Hat, Alberta.
  1. 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.

  1. Gadd, Katherine (2021) Remote Sensing Applications in Alberta Plains Archaeology. M.A., Anthropology Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. xv + 160 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. Beaulieu, Terry (2018) Place on the Plains: Modelling Past Movement Along the Red Deer River. Ph.D., Archaeology Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. xvi + 450 pages.
  4. Waiser, Bill (2016) A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before 1905. Fifth House Ltd., Markham, Ontario, Canada. xiii + 717 pages.
  5. Graham, Reid Jordan (2014) Breathing New Life into Old Records: Analysis of the Muhlbach and Stelzer sites on the Northern Plains. M.A., Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. xxviii + 431 pages.
  6. 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.
  7. Timoney, Kevin P. (2013) The Peace-Athabasca Delta: Portrait of a Dynamic Ecosystem. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 2013. x + 595 pages.
  8. 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.
  9. Waiser, Marley J. (2013) 13: Climate Change and Wetlands of the Prairie Pothole Region of North America: Effects, Management and Mitigation. In: Climatic Change and Global Warming of Inland Waters: Impacts and Mitigation for Ecosystems and Societies, edited by Charles R. Goldman, Michio Kumagai and Richard D. Robarts, pp. 219-230.
  10. Greaves, Sheila (2012) A new look at the Besant Phase in the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Plains Anthropologist, Volume 57, Number 224, pp. 367-392.
  11. Lobb, Wayne Murray (2009) In The Shadow of Chief Mountain and the Porcupine Hills: An Analysis of Prehistoric Land Use on the Piikani Reserve #147, Alberta. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xv + 268 pages.
  12. Daschuk, James (2009) A Dry Oasis: The Canadian Plains in Late Prehistory. Prairie Forum 34(1):1-29.
  13. Daschuk, Jim and Greg Marchildon (2005) Climate and Aboriginal-Newcomer Adaptation in the South Saskatchewan River Basin, 1700-1800, 65 pages. IACC Project Working Paper No. 8. University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  14. Daschuk, Jim and Greg Marchildon (2005) Climate and Aboriginal Adaptation in the South Saskatchewan River Basin, A.D. 800-1700, 36 pages. IACC Project Working Paper No. 7. University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  15. Youell, Alan James (2005) Pronghorn Procurement on the Northern Plains: A Case for Small-scale Hunting. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. x + 334 pages.
  16. Schneider, Fred (2005) Book Review: Archaeology in Alberta: A View from the New Millenium by Jack W. Brink and John F. Dormaar. Plains Anthropologist, Vol. 50, No. 195, pp. 329-330.
  17. Blaikie, Kurtis A. (2005) Archaeological Investigations of FaOm-1: The Bodo Bison Skulls Site. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 226 pages.
  18. Farrow, Deborah Elaine (2004) Fine Screen Faunal Analysis from the Hartley Site (FaNp-19). Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. xii + 109 pages.
  19. Beaudoin, A. B. (2002) On the Identification and Characterization of Drought and Aridity in Postglacial Paleoenvironmental Records from the Northern Great Plains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 56(2-3):229-246. (Note: Volume dated 2002 but published in 2004.)
Beaudoin, A. B., and M. J. Head (2004) Drawing a Line in the Sand: Identifying and Characterizing Boundaries in the Geological Record. In: The Palynology and Micropalaeontology of Boundaries, edited by A. B. Beaudoin and M. J. Head, pp. 1-10. Special Publication 230. Geological Society, London.
  1. Wilson, Brent (2013) Ecostratigaphic Regime Shift During Late Quaternary Marine Isotope Stages 8-9 in Santaren Channel, Western Tropical Atlantic Ocean: Benthonic Foraminiferal Evidence From ODP Hole 1006A. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 43(2):143-153.
  2. Wilson, Brent, and Ashleigh Costelloe (2011) Abundance Biozone Boundary Types and Characteristics Determined Using Beta Diversity: An Example Using Pleistocene Benthonic Foraminifera in DSDP Hole 148, Eastern Caribbean Sea. Palaios 26(3):152-159.

  1. Lawrence, Gordon William Mackenzie (2010) The Formation of Craters and the Remobilisation of Sediment on the Mid Norway Margin. Ph.D., School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales. xiii + 229 pages + Appendices.
  2. Traverse, Alfred (2007) Paleopalynology. Second edition. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. xviii + 813 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B., and G. A. Oetelaar (2006) The Day the Dry Snow Fell: The Record of a 7627-year-old Disaster. In: Alberta Formed Alberta Transformed, Volume 1, edited by M. Payne, D. Wetherell and C. Kavanaugh, pp. 36-53. Co-published by University of Alberta Press and University of Calgary Press. E-SCAPE Contribution 5.
  1. Riede, Felix (2016) Changes in mid- and far-field human landscape use following the Laacher See eruption (c. 13,000 BP). Quaternary International 394:37-50.
  2. 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.
  3. Riede, Felix (2014) Towards a science of past disasters. Natural Hazards 71:335-362.
  4. Riede, Felix, and Kevan Edinborough (2012) Bayesian radiocarbon models for the cultural transition during the Allerød in southern Scandinavia. Journal of Archaeological Science 39(3):744-756.
  5. Peck, Trevor R. (2011) Light from Ancient Campfires: Archaeological Evidence for Native Lifeways on the Northern Plains. AU Press, Athabasca University, Edmonton, Alberta. xvi + 508 pages.

  1. Nordvig, Mathias (2021) Volcanoes in Old Norse Mythology: Myth and Environment in Early Iceland. Borderlines. ARC, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 162 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. López, Gabriel Enrique (2020) After the Ash Fall: A Faunal Analysis of the Stampede Site (DjOn-26) Assemblages. M.A., Anthropology Department, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. ix + 110 pages.
  4. Nordvig, Mathias (2018) II: 21 Nature and Mythology. In: Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches, edited by J. Glauser, P. Hermann and S. A. Mitchell, pp. 539-548. Volume 1. Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, Berlin, Germany.
  5. Nordvig, Mathias (2017) Creation from Fire in Snorri's Edda: The Tenets of a Vernacular Theory of Geothermal Activity in Old Norse Myth. In Old Norse Mythology - Comparative Perspectives, edited by P. Hermann, S. A. Mitchell and J. P. Schjødt, pp. 269-288. Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
  6. Riede, Felix (2017) Splendid Isolation: The eruption of the Laacher See volcano and southern Scandinavian Late Glacial hunter-gatherers. Aarhus University Press, Aarhus, Denmark. 250 pages.
  7. Chamberlin, J. Edward (2016) The Banker and the Blackfoot: A Memoir of my Grandfather in Chinook Country. A. A. Knopf Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 208 pages.
  8. Nordvig, A. Mathias Valentin (2013) Of Fire and Water: The Old Norse Mythical Worldview in an Eco-Mythological Perspective. Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. v + 235 pages.
  9. 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.
Bouchet, L., and A. B. Beaudoin (2017) Kearl Lake: A Palynological Study and Postglacial Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction of Alberta's Oil Sands Region. In: Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by Brian M. Ronaghan, pp. 83-111. Athabasca University Press.
  1. Fisher, T. G. and A. Breckenridge (2022) Relative lake level reconstructions for glacial Lake Agassiz spanning the Herman to Campbell levels. Quaternary Science Reviews 294.
  2. Woywitka, R., D. Froese, M. Lamothe and S. Wolfe Late Pleistocene aeolian deposition and human occupation on the eastern edge of the deglacial corridor, northeastern Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Research.
  3. Clarke, Grant M., Brian M. Ronaghan and Luc Bouchet (2017) The Early Prehistoric Use of a Flood-Scoured Landscape in Northeastern Alberta. In Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by B. M. Ronaghan, pp. 115-159. Athabasca University Press, Athabasca, Alberta, Canada.
  4. Saxberg, Nancy and Elizabeth C. Robertson (2017) The Organization of Lithic Technology at the Quarry of the Ancestors. In Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by Brian M. Ronaghan, pp. 359-399. Athabasca University Press, Athabasca, Alberta, Canada.
  5. Woywitka, Robin J. (2017) Lower Athabasca Archaeology: A View from the Fort Hills. In Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by B. M. Ronaghan, pp. 243-284. Athabasca University Press, Athabasca, Alberta, Canada.
  6. Woywitka, Robin J., Duane G. Froese and Stephen A. Wolfe (2017) Raised Landforms in the East-Central Oil Sands Region: Origin, Age, and Archaeological Implications. In Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, edited by B. M. Ronaghan, pp. 69-82. Athabasca University Press, Athabasca, Alberta, Canada.

  1. Poletto, Christina L. (2019) Postglacial Human and Environmental Landscapes of Northeastern Alberta: An analysis of a late Holocene sediment record from Sharkbite Lake, Alberta. M.A., Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. viii + 234 pages.
  2. Joeckel, R. M. (2018) Book review: Alberta's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments ed. by Brian M. Ronaghan (review). Great Plains Research 28(1): 98-99.
  3. Woywitka, Robin J. (2018) Geoarchaeology of the Mineable Oil Sands Region, Northeastern Alberta, Canada. Ph.D., Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. xv + 111 pages.
  4. Magne, Martin P. R. (2017) Book Review: Athabasca's Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Paleoenvironments, edited by Brian Ronaghan. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 41: 347-352.
  5. Martindale, Julie C. W. (2014) Mobility and the Distribution of Beaver River Sandstone in Northeastern Alberta and Northwestern Saskatchewan. M.A. thesis. Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. xvi + 231 pages. (Cites draft version of paper)
Dredge, Lynda, Alwynne Beaudoin, John Clague, Alan Morgan, Gilbert Prichonnet, Robert Fensome, and Graham Williams (2014) Chapter 11: The Ice Age. In: Four Billion Years and Counting: Canada's Geological Heritage, edited by Robert Fensome, Graham Williams, Aïcha Achab, John Clague, David Corrigan, Jim Monger, and Godfrey Nowlan, pp. 216-239. Co-published by Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences and Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  1. Donovan, Stephen K. (2016) Book review: Four Billion Years and Counting: Canada's Geological Heritage, edited by Robert Fensome, Graham Williams, Aïcha Achab, John Clague, David Corrigan, Jim Monger and Godfrey Nowlan. Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences and Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2014. Geological Journal 51(1): 160-161.
  2. Skinner, Brian J. (2015) Book review: Four Billion Years and Counting: Canada's Geological Heritage, Robert Fensome, Graham Williams, Aïcha Achab, John Clague, David Corrigan, Jim Monger and Godfrey Nowlan (editors). Co-publishers Nimbus Publishing and the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences (CFES). Geoscience Canada 42(4): 485-486.
Meyer, D., A. B. Beaudoin and L. 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.
  1. Kristensen, Todd J., Timothy E. Allan, Gabriel Yanicki, Emily Moffat and John W. Ives (2020) Porcellanite in Alberta: A pyrometamorphic pre-contact toolstone. In: Archaeological discoveries and syntheses in Western Canada, 2020, pp. 92-118. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  2. Beaulieu, Terry (2018) Place on the Plains: Modelling Past Movement Along the Red Deer River. Ph.D., Archaeology Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. xvi + 450 pages.
  3. Gunson, John Raymond (2017) From Canoe to Computer: Memoirs of a Career in Wildlife Management. AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiana, USA. unpaginated.
  4. Lakevold, Courtney (2017) Clovis Points and the Ice Free Corridor. RETROactive: Exploring Alberta's Past (Blog). Heritage Division, Alberta Culture and Tourism, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  5. Meyer, David. and Leo Pettipas (2017) Alberta and Cody Points from the Bed of Glacial Lake Agassiz, Arborfield/Carrot River Region, Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Archaeology Quarterly 3(1):18-27.
  6. Species at Risk Committee (2016) Species Status Report for Wood Bison (IBison bison athabascae) in the Northwest Territories. Species at Risk Committee, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. 234 pages.
  7. Rychlo, Jennifer N. (2016) The Camp Rayner Site (EgNr-2): Terminal/Late Paleoindian and Early Middle Period Transitions on the Northern Plains. M.A., Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. xii + 180 pages.
  8. Ward, Tony (2015) Sovereignty to Dependence: Property Rights in the Transition of Canadian Prairie Indians onto Reserves. In: Transnational Indians in the North American West, edited by C. Confer, A. Marak and T. Laura, pp. 118-134. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas, USA.
  9. Playford, Thomasin (2015) An Examination of Species Diversity and Bison Processing Intensity Contextualized within an Aboriginal Seasonality Framework for Late Precontact Sites on the Canadian Northeastern Plains. Ph.D., Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. xiii + 317 pages.
  10. Mampe, Maria M. (2015) Wanuskewin Heritage Park and the Concept of Resource Patches, Ecological Islands, and Special Places on the Northern Plains. M.A., Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. xi + 208 pages.
  11. Ives, John W. (2015) Kinship, Demography and Paleoindian Modes of Colonization: Some Western Canadian Perspectives. Chapter 10 in: Mobility and Ancient Society in Asia and the Americas, edited by Michael D. Frachetti and Robert N. Spengler III, pp.127-156. Springer.
  12. Ives, John W., Duane Froese, Matthew Collins and Fiona Brock (2014) Radiocarbon and Protein Analyses Indicate an Early Holocene Age for the Osseous Rod from Grenfell, Saskatchewan, Canada. American Antiquity 79(4):782-793.
  13. Splawinski, Adam Michael (2014) Mobility and Landuse Patterns of the Cody Complex in Saskatchewan. M.A. thesis. Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. ix + 231 pages.
  14. Massie, Merle (2014) Forest Prairie Edge: Place History in Saskatchewan. University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. xiii + 328 pages.
  15. Ives, John W., Duane Froese, Kisha Supernant and Gabriel Yanicki (2013) Vectors, Vestiges, and Valhallas - Rethinking the Corridor. In: Paleoamerican Odyssey, edited by Kelly E. Graf, Caroline V. Ketron and Michael R. Waters, pp. 149-160. Center for the Study of the First Americans, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA.
Edited Volumes
Beaudoin, A. B., and M. J. Head (editors) (2004) The Palynology and Micropalaeontology of Boundaries. GSL Special Publications, SP230, Geological Society London. 368 pages.
  1. Egger, Lisa M., Katarzyna K. Sliwinska, Tim E. van Peer, Diederik Liebrand, Peter C. Lippert, Oliver Friedrich, Paul A. Wilson, Richard D. Norris and Jörg Pross (2016) Magnetostratigraphically-calibrated dinoflagellate cyst bioevents for the uppermost Eocene to lowermost Miocene of the western North Atlantic (IODP Expedition 342, Paleogene Newfoundland sediment drifts). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 234:159-185.

  1. Jones, Robert Wynn (2011) Applications of Palaeontology: Techniques and Case Studies. Cambridge University Press. xiv + 406 pages.
  2. Wheeler, Julia A. C. (2009) Spruce-seedbed interactions: is there facilitation of recruitment in the boreal forest-alpine tundra ecotone? (Mealy Mountains, Labrador, Canada). Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's, Newfoundland, Canada. v + 83 pages.
  3. Traverse, Alfred (2007) Paleopalynology. Second edition. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. xviii + 813 pages.
  4. Batten, David (2007) Book Review: The Palynology and Micropaleontology of Boundaries. Geological Magazine 144(3):605-606.
  5. Farley, Martin B. (2006) Book Review: The Palynology and Micropaleontology of Boundaries: The Geological Society of London Special Publication 230, A. B. Beaudoin and M. J. Head. Palaios 21(2):211-212.
  6. Harrington, Guy (2005) Book Review: The Palynology and Micropalaeontology of Boundaries. Palaeontologia Electronica, 8:2, book review 3, 2 pages. 95KB; Copy here
Theses
Beaudoin, A. B. (1984) Holocene Environmental 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.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (2003) A Comparison of Two Methods for Estimating the Organic Content of Sediments. Journal of Paleolimnology 29(3):387-390.
  2. Levson, V. M., and N. W. Rutter (1996) Evidence of Cordilleran Late Wisconsinan glaciers in the 'ice-free corridor'. Quaternary international 32:33-51.
  3. Beaudoin, A. B., M. Wright and B. Ronaghan (1996) Late Quaternary landscape history and archaeology in the 'ice-free corridor': Some recent results from Alberta. Quaternary International 32:113-126.
  4. Beaudoin, A. B., and R. H. King (1990) Late Quaternary Vegetation History of Wilcox Pass, Jasper National Park, Alberta. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 80:129-144.
  5. 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
  6. Osborn, G. D., and B. H. Luckman (1988) Holocene Glacier Fluctuations in the Canadian Cordillera (Alberta and British Columbia). Quaternary Science Reviews 7:115-128.
  7. Reasoner, M. A., and N. W. Rutter (1988) Late Quaternary history of the Lake O'Hara region, British Columbia - an evaluation of sedimentation rates and bulk amino acid ratios in lacustrine records. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 25(7):1037-1048.
  8. Luckman, B. H. (1988) 8000 Year Old Wood from the Athabasca Glacier, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 25(1):148-151.
  9. Kearney, M. S., and B. H. Luckman (1987) A Mid-Holocene Vegetational and Climatic Record From the Sub-Alpine Zone of the Maligne Valley, Jasper National Park, Alberta (Canada). Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 59(4):227-242.
  10. Valentine, K. W. G., R. H. King, J. F. Dormaar, W. J. Vreeken, C. Tarnocai, C. R. De Kimpe and S. A. Harris (1987) Some Aspects of Quaternary Soils in Canada. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 67(2):221-247.
  11. Luckman, B. H., M. S. Kearney, R. H. King and A. B. Beaudoin (1986) Revised 14C Age for St. Helens Y Tephra at Tonquin Pass, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 23:734-736.
  12. Beaudoin, A. B., and R. H. King (1986) Using Discriminant Function Analysis to Identify Holocene Tephras Based on Magnetite Composition: A Case Study from the Sunwapta Pass Area, Jasper National Park. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 23:804-812.
  13. Luckman, B. H., and M. S. Kearney (1986) Reconstruction of Holocene Changes in Alpine Vegetation and Climate in the Maligne Range, Jasper National Park, Alberta. Quaternary Research 26(2):244-261.
  14. Gardner, J. S., and N. K. Jones (1985) Evidence for a Neoglacial Advance of the Boundary Glacier, Banff National Park, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 22(11):1753-1755.

  1. Schepens, Gabirel (2022) Ecological Legacies of Stoney Nakoda Stewardship in a Montane Grassland: A Century of Vegetation Change in Egnuck Wida and the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve. M.Sc., School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. viii + 67 pages.
  2. Vivian, Brian, Michael C. Wilson and Lindsay M. Amundsen-Meyer (2017) The Bow River flood study: A tale of past, present, and future. In: After the flood: Investigations of impacts to archaeological resources from the 2013 flood in southern Alberta, edited by T. R. Peck, pp. 12-18. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  3. Kelman, M. C. (2015) A Preliminary Volcanic Ash Fall Susceptibility Map of Canada. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 7679. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 100 pages.
  4. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (2011) On the Development, Maintenance, and Use of a Modern Pollen Reference Collection. Collection Forum 25(1-2): 62-79.
  5. Stump, Christopher (2009) Spatio-temporal Dynamics of Biomes in the Northwestern United States (9000 ybp to the present). Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geography, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA. viii + 149 pages.
  6. Rutter, N. W., R. C. Paulen and V. M. Levson (2005) Cold as Ice: A Trip to the Athabasca Glacier. Field Trip 3, 7 August 2005, Earth System Processes 2, Calgary Alberta. Earth System Processes 2 Organizing Committee and Alberta Geological Survey/Alberta Energy and Utilities Board. 46 pages.
  7. Kavanagh, Trudy A. (2000) A Reconstruction of Treeline Dynamics in Sunwapta Pass, Alberta. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Geography Department, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xix + 260 pages.
  8. Luckman, Brian H. (editor) (1999) Fieldtrip Guidebook: Columbia Icefield August 20-22, 1999. CANQUA-CGRG Meeting 1999, Calgary, Alberta. 86 pages.
  9. Higgs, Eric, Sandy Campbell, Ian MacLaren, Julian Martin, Tim Martin, Carol Murray, Andie Palmer and Jeanine Rhemtulla (1999) Culture, Ecology and Restoration in Jasper National Park. Report from Culture, Ecology and Restoration: An Interdisciplinary Research Project. Anthropology Department, University of Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta. 115 pages.
  10. Beaudoin, A. B. (1999) What They Saw: The Climatic and Environmental Context for EuroCanadian Settlement in Alberta. Prairie Forum 40(1):1-40.
  11. Robinson, Bonnie J. (1998) Reconstruction of the Glacial History of the Columbia Icefield, Alberta. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xvii + 244 pages.
  12. Lev, Aimee (1996) Spatial Variation of Soil Development in a High Arctic Soil-Landscape: Truelove Lowland, Devon Island, N.W.T. M.Sc., Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xiv + 209 pages.
  13. Ng, Sai Leung (1996) The Paleoenvironmental Record Preserved in the Sediments of Fish Lake, Truelove Lowland, Devon Island, N.W.T., Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. xviii + 362 pages.
  14. 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.
  15. Mount, Craig A. (1995) Using Remote Sensing and a Geographic Information System to Study Glacier Characteristics Near the Columbia Icefields, Alberta. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Geography Department, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. x + 118 pages.
  16. Levson, V. M., and N. W. Rutter (1995) Pleistocene stratigraphy of the Athabasca River valley region, Rocky Mountains, Alberta. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 49:381-399.
  17. Hickman, Michael, and Mel A. Reasoner (1994) Diatom responses to late Quaternary vegetation and climate change, and to deposition of two tephras in an alpine and a sub-alpine lake in Yoho National Park, British Columbia. Journal of Paleolimnology 11: 173-188.
  18. Luckman, Brian H., Margaret E. Colenutt and T. A. Kavanagh (1994) Field Investigations in the Canadian Rockies in 1993. Report submitted to Parks Canada, Alberta Parks, and B.C. Parks Service, May 1994. 75 pages.
  19. Luckman, B. H., M. E. Colenutt, T. Kavanagh, J. Seaquist and J. McLellan (1993) Field Investigations in the Canadian Rockies in 1992. Report submitted to Parks Canada, Alberta Parks and B.C. Parks Service. 37 pages + 59 pages of Appendices.
  20. Luckman, Brian H. (editor) (1993) International Association of Geomorphology, Field Trip A2: Holocene Sediment Budgets and Environmental Change in Alpine Environments, August 12-23rd 1993. Guidebook for Rocky Mountain Section (Days 6-10). 68 pages + references.
  21. Wilson, M. C. (1993) Radiocarbon dating in the ice-free corridor: problems and implications. In: The Palliser Triangle in Time and space, edited by R. W. Barendregt, M. C. Wilson and F. J. Jankunis, pp. 154-206. The University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta.
  22. Beaudoin, A. B. (1993) The Possible Contribution of Pollen Records from Alberta to a 6 Ka Climate Reconstruction. In: Proxy Climate Data and Models of the Six Thousand Years Before Present Time Interval: The Canadian Perspective, edited by Alice Telka, pp. 2-5. Canadian Global Change Program Incidental Report No. IR93-3. Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa.
  23. Beaudoin, A. B. (1993) A Compendium and Evaluation of Postglacial Pollen Records in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 17:92-112.
  24. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
  25. Mattson, L. E., and J. S. Gardner (1991) Mass Wasting on Valley-Side Ice-Cored Moraines, Boundary Glacier, Alberta, Canada. Geografiska Annaler. Series A. Physical Geography 73(3/4):123-128.
  26. Bear, Rhonda (1989) The Holocene Palaeoecology of Lorraine Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Botany, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. xv + 84 pages.
  27. Levson, V. M., B. H. Luckman and A. B. Beaudoin (1989) Late Glacial and Post-Glacial Processes and Environments in Montane and Adjacent Areas. CANQUA 1989 Conference, Field Excursion Guide, August 28th-30th 1989, Edmonton-Jasper-Abraham Lake-Edmonton, 124 pages.
  28. Ives, John W., Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Martin P. R. Magne (1989) Evaluating the role of a western corridor in the peopling of the Americas. Reprint Proceedings of the Circum-Pacific Prehistory Conference, August 1-6 1989. Session IIA "Routes into the New World": 27 pages. Seattle, Washington, USA.
  29. Ronaghan, B. M., and A. B. Beaudoin (1988) An Archaeological Survey in the Upper North Saskatchewan River Valley. In: Archaeology in Alberta, 1987, compiled by M. Magne, pp. 25-45. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Occasional Paper No. 32. Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Edmonton, Alberta.
  30. Fedje, Daryl W., and James M. White (1988) Vermilion Lakes Archaeology and Palaeoecology: Trans-Canada Highway Mitigation in Banff National Park. Parks Services, Environment Canada. Microfiche Report Series 463. x + 332 pages.
  31. 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.
  32. White, James M. (1987) Late Pleistocene and Recent Environments of the Bow Valley, Banff National Park. A report to Parks Canada, W. R. O., on pollen analysis and radiocarbon dating of sediment cores from Copper Lake and Kingfisher Pond (WRA-85-13,90). 49 pages + figures.
  33. Luckman, Brian H., and G. D. Osborn (1987) XII INQUA Congress, Field Excursion C16. Quaternary of the South and Central Rocky Mountains and Foothills of Alberta and British Columbia, Supplementary Materials, Banff-Jasper Section. August 1987.
  34. Luckman, Brian H. (1986) Field Investigations in the Canadian Rockies in 1985. Report to Parks Canada, April 1986. 16 pages.
  35. Levson, Victor M. (1986) Quaternary Sedimentation and Stratigraphy of Montane Glacier Deposits in Parts of Jasper National Park, Canada. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Geology Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. xiv + 187 pages.
  36. Beaudoin, A. B. (1986) Using Picea/Pinus Ratios from the Wilcox Pass Core, Jasper National Park, Alberta, to Investigate Holocene Timberline Fluctuations. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 40:145-152.
  37. King, R. H. (1986) Weathering of Holocene Airfall Tephras in the Southern Canadian Rockies. In Rates of Weathering of Rocks and Minerals, edited by S. M. Colman and D. P. Dethier, pp. 239-264. Academic Press, New York.
  38. King, R. H. (1984) Quaternary Paleosols in the Canadian Rockies and their Significance for Establishing a Chronologic Framework. In Correlation of Quaternary Chronologies, edited by W. C. Mahaney, pp. 243-258. GeoBooks, Norwich, England.
  39. Luckman, Brian H. (1983) Field Investigations in the Canadian Rockies During 1982. Report to Parks Canada and B.C. Parks. 30 pages.
Bowyer, A. (1977) The Sunwapta Section: Composition and Development of a Complex Stratigraphic Section from Sunwapta Pass, Jasper National Park. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xi + 164 pages.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B., and R. H. King (1994) Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Record Preserved in a Paraglacial Alluvial Fan, Sunwapta Pass, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. Catena 22:227-248.
  2. Beaudoin, A. B., and R. H. King (1986) Using Discriminant Function Analysis to Identify Holocene Tephras Based on Magnetite Composition: A Case Study from the Sunwapta Pass Area, Jasper National Park. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 23:804-812.
  3. 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.
  4. Luckman, B. H., and G. D. Osborn (1979) Holocene Glacier Fluctuations in the Middle Canadian Rocky Mountains. Quaternary Research 11(1):52-77.

  1. Rutter, N. W., R. C. Paulen and V. M. Levson (2005) Cold as Ice: A Trip to the Athabasca Glacier. Field Trip 3, 7 August 2005, Earth System Processes 2, Calgary Alberta. Earth System Processes 2 Organizing Committee and Alberta Geological Survey/Alberta Energy and Utilities Board. 46 pages.
  2. Kavanagh, Trudy A. (2000) A Reconstruction of Treeline Dynamics in Sunwapta Pass, Alberta. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Geography Department, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xix + 260 pages.
  3. Luckman, Brian H. (editor) (1999) Fieldtrip Guidebook: Columbia Icefield August 20-22, 1999. CANQUA-CGRG Meeting 1999, Calgary, Alberta. 86 pages.
  4. Robinson, Bonnie J. (1998) Reconstruction of the Glacial History of the Columbia Icefield, Alberta. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. xvii + 244 pages.
  5. Luckman, Brian H. (editor) (1993) International Association of Geomorphology, Field Trip A2: Holocene Sediment Budgets and Environmental Change in Alpine Environments, August 12-23rd 1993. Guidebook for Rocky Mountain Section (Days 6-10). 68 pages + references.
  6. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
  7. Bear, Rhonda (1989) The Holocene Palaeoecology of Lorraine Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Department of Botany, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. xv + 84 pages.
  8. Levson, V. M., B. H. Luckman and A. B. Beaudoin (1989) Late Glacial and Post-Glacial Processes and Environments in Montane and Adjacent Areas. CANQUA 1989 Conference, Field Excursion Guide, August 28th-30th 1989, Edmonton-Jasper-Abraham Lake-Edmonton, 124 pages.
  9. Ronaghan, B. M., and A. B. Beaudoin (1988) An Archaeological Survey in the Upper North Saskatchewan River Valley. In Archaeology in Alberta, 1987, compiled by M. Magne, pp. 25-45. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Occasional Paper No. 32. Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  10. Levson, Victor M. (1986) Quaternary Sedimentation and Stratigraphy of Montane Glacier Deposits in Parts of Jasper National Park, Canada. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Geology Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. xiv + 187 pages.
  11. King, R. H. (1986) Weathering of Holocene Airfall Tephras in the Southern Canadian Rockies. In Rates of Weathering of Rocks and Minerals, edited by S. M. Colman and D. P. Dethier, pp. 239-264. Academic Press, New York.
  12. Smith, Daniel J. (1985) Turf-Banked Solifluction Lobe Geomorphology in the Alberta Rocky Mountains, Canada. Ph.D., Department of Geography, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. xxi + 200 pages.
  13. 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.
  14. King, R. H. (1984) Quaternary Paleosols in the Canadian Rockies and their Significance for Establishing a Chronologic Framework. In Correlation of Quaternary Chronologies, edited by W. C. Mahaney, pp. 243-258. GeoBooks, Norwich, England.
  15. 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.
  16. Luckman, B. H. (1981) The Geomorphology of the Alberta Rocky Mountains: A Review and Commentary. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Supplementband 37:91-119.
  17. 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.
  18. Brewster, Gordon R. (1979) Genesis of Volcanic Ash-Charged Soils Having Podzolic Morphologies, Banff and Jasper National Parks, Alberta. Ph.D., Geography Department, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 290 pages.
  19. Henoch, W. E. S., B. H. Luckman, and S. Baranowski (1979) A new Holocene locality from Castleguard Meadows, Banff National Park, Alberta. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 23(4):383-395.
  20. Luckman, B. H., M. S. Kearney, A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and K. Holland (1979) Holocene Environmental Change in Jasper National Park. Second Interim Report. Progress Report Submitted to Parks Canada, January 1979. 29 pages.
  21. Schweger, Charles, Julie Hrapko, Brian Luckman, Murray Roed, Douglas Sharp and Dale Vitt (1978) American Quaternary Association: Post-Conference Field Trip: Edmonton-Rocky Mountains-Edmonton, September 4-6, 1978. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 75 pages.
  22. Luckman, B. H., and M. S. Kearney (1978) Analysis and Interpretation of a Holocene Deposit from Castleguard Meadows, Banff National Park, Alberta. Report Submitted to the Department of Environment, Ottawa. Contract No KL229-7-2083. 17 pages.
  23. Appendix to Baranowski, S., and W. E. S. Henoch (1978) Glacier and Landform Features in the Columbia Icefield Area, Banff and Jasper National Parks, Alberta, Canada. Supplementary Report on a study carried out for Parks Canada by Glaciology Division, Inland Waters Directorate, Environment Canada.
  24. Luckman, B. H., G. D. Osborn and R. H. King (1978) Chateau Lake Louise Moraines - Evidence for a New Holocene Glacial Event in Southwest Alberta: A Discussion. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 26:398-402.
  25. Luckman, Brian H., M. S. Kearney and K. Holland (1977) Holocene Environmental Change in Jasper National Park. Progress Report Submitted to Park Canada, December 1977. 18 pages.
  26. King, Roger H. (1977) Comment on radiocarbon date, sample number GSC-2459. In: Geological Survey of Canada Radiocarbon Dates XVII, edited by J. A. Lowdon, I. M. Robertson and W. Blake Jr., pp. 13. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 77-7. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
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