Citations of Field Guides, General Articles, and Other Written Material

Beaudoin, A. B. (2006) Spring: The Season of Yellow Pond Scum. Mammoth Tracks Newsletter, Spring 2006, p. 8.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (2011) Palynolit: Pollen on Walden Pond. CAP Newsletter 34(2): 3-5.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2000) Stop 4: The Fletcher Site (DjOw-1). In Late Quaternary History and Geoarchaeology of Southeastern Alberta and Southwestern Saskatchewan, edited by A. B. Beaudoin and D. S. Lemmen, pp. 21-23. Field Trip Guidebook No. 3. GeoCanada 2000, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  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
  2. Robertson, E. C., and J. A. Klassen (2006) Holocene landscape change in the Cypress Hills of southeastern Alberta: Implications for late prehistoric archaeological site formation and paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Plains Anthropologist Memoir Number 38: Changing Opportunities and Challenges: Human-Environmental Interaction in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone Vol. 51, No. 199, pp. 425-442.
  3. Freeman, Andrea (compiler), with contributions from A. B. Beaudoin, J. S. Blakey, A. Freeman, S. Hamilton, K. G. Havholm, D. A. Meyer, B. A. Nicholson, G. A. Oetelaar, E. C. Robertson, J. Rogers, G. L. Running IV and W. Wallace (2006) Radiocarbon Age Estimates from the SCAPE Project 2000-2005 In: Plains Anthropologist Memoir Number 38: Changing Opportunities and Challenges: Human-Environmental Interaction in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone, Vol. 51, No. 199, pp. 451-483.

  1. Amick, Daniel S. (2012) Way Out West: Cody Complex Occupations from the Northwestern Great Basin. In: Paleoindian Lifeways of the Cody Complex, edited by Edward J. Knell and Mark P. Muñiz, pp. 144-187. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  2. 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.
  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. Beaudoin, Alwynne 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.
  5. 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.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1999) Surfers, Scholars and Sightseers: Evaluating the First Operational Year of The Provincial Museum of Alberta's WWW Presentation. Alberta Museums Review 25(1):66.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (1999) Tips and Tricks for Designing a Museum Website. Alberta Museums Review 25, 61-64.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1997) Entangled in the Past: Archaeology on the World Wide Web. Alberta Archaeological Review 27: 11-20.
  1. Czyrnyj, Ashleigh A. (2011) Presenting the University of Manitoba's Archaeological Collections Online: Implementation and User Feedback. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba. viii + 189 pages.
  2. Dyck, Ian (2001) The Last Quarter Century in Canadian Plains Archaeology. Prairie Forum 26(2): 143-168.
  3. Beaudoin, A. B. (1999) Tips and Tricks for Designing a Museum Website. Alberta Museums Review 25, 61-64.
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.
  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.
  2. 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.
  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 48(187): 187-207.

  1. Holliday, Vance T. and Rolfe D. Mandel (2017) Great Plains Geoarchaeology. In: Encyclopedia of Geoarchaeology, edited by A. S. Gilbert, pp. 348-365. Springer Netherlands, The Netherlands.
  2. Dawe, Robert J. (2012) A Review of the Cody Complex in Alberta. In: Paleoindian Lifeways of the Cody Complex, edited by Edward J. Knell and Mark P. Muñiz, pp. 144-187. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  3. 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.
  4. Holliday, Vance T., and R. Mandel (2006) Paleoindian Geoarchaeology of the Great Plains, Central Lowlands, and Southwestern U.S. In: Environment, Origins, and Populations, edited by D. Stanford, pp. 23-46. Volume 3 of the Handbook of North American Indians. Smithsonian Institution Press.
  5. 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.
  6. Robertson, Elizabeth C. (2002) Depositional Environments and Archaeological Site Formation in the Cypress Hills, Southeastern Alberta. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 56(2-3):261-277. (Note: Volume dated 2002 but published in 2004.)
Beaudoin, A. B., and D. S. Lemmen, with contributions from D. J. Sauchyn and S. A. Wolfe (1999) Field-trip Guide: Canadian Plains Landscape, Environments, and People in the Holocene. CANQUA-CGRG 1999 Joint Meeting, Calgary, Alberta. vi + 60 pages.
  1. 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.
Beaudoin, A. B., and H. W. Pyszczyk (1998) Where Was Anthony Henday and What Did He See? Alberta Archaeological Review 28:25-31.
  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. Panas, Timothy (2022). Northern plains late precontact and historic period winter sand dune usage by bison and human populations. Plains Anthropologist 67(263):266-296.
  2. 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.
  3. Gilliland, Krista M. (2007) Geoarchaeology of the Bodo Archaeological Locality, Alberta. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Anthropology Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 197 pages.
  4. Pyszczyk, Heinz W., Ross W. Wein, and Elizabeth Noble (2006) Aboriginal Land-use of the Greater Edmonton Area. In: Coyotes Still Sing in My Valley: Conserving Biodiversity in a Northern City, edited by Ross W. Wein, pp. 21-47. Spotted Cow Press, Edmonton, Alberta.
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, Canada.
  1. Driver, J. C. (1998) Human adaptation at the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary in western Canada, 11,000 to 9000 BP. Quaternary International 50:141-150.
  2. 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.

  1. Bereziuk, Darryl A. (2016) The Smuland Creek site and implications for Palaeoindian site prospection in the Peace Region of northwestern Alberta. In: Back on the horse: Recent developments in archaeological and palaeontological research in Alberta, edited by Robin Woywitka, pp. 25-36. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Ronaghan, Brian (1993) The James Pass Project: Early Holocene occupation in the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 17: 85-91.
  5. Beaudoin, A. B. (1993) A Compendium and Evaluation of Postglacial Pollen Records in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 17: 92-112.
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.
  1. Wolfe, S. A. and O. B. Lian (2021) Timing, rates and geomorphic controls on Holocene loess and aeolian sand deposition using multiple chronometric methods, southeastern Cordillera, Alberta, Canada. Aeolian Research 50: 16.
  2. Hugenholtz, Chris H., and Stephen A. Wolfe (2010) Rates and environmental controls of aeolian dust accumulation, Athabasca River Valley, Canadian Rocky Mountains. Geomorphology 121(3-4): 274-282.

  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. Tolman, M. Shayne (2001) DhPg-8: From Mammoths to Machinery: An Overview of 11,000 Years Along the St. Mary River. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis. Geoscience Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. xv + 243 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 pp.
  5. de Caen, Susan A. (1997) The Human History of the Yellowhead Corridor: Recommendations for a Cultural Interpretive Program for Jasper National Park. Unpublished M.E.D. project, Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. vii + 135 pages.
  6. 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.
  7. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1): 5-50.
Pyszczyk, Heinz W., Alwynne B. Beaudoin and Christopher N. Jass (2013) East of Edmonton: Late Quaternary Landscapes, Palaeoenvironments, and Human History. CANQUA-CGRG Conference, Edmonton, Post-Meeting Fieldtrip Guidebook, August 23 2013. 54 pages.
  1. Lowe, David J. (2013) Report from the prairies: CANQUA-CGRG biennial conference, 18-22 August, 2013, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. New Zealand Soil News 61(5): 141-144.
Pyszczyk, H. W., and A. B. Beaudoin (2005) A Historical and Archaeological Driving, Walking, and Talking Tour of the Greater Edmonton Area. Post-meeting Field-trip Guide, 63rd Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, October 22 2005. 51 pages.
  1. DeGagne, Andrea and Meaghan Porter (2014) Historical Resources Impact Mitigation: Deer River Properties Inc., Deer River Development, Site Fbpi-8, Stage I and II Mitigation. Permit Number: 12-182, Final Report. Stantec Consulting Ltd., Calgary, Alberta , Canada. xi + 142 pages + Appendices.M.
  2. 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.
Rutter, N., M. Fenton, V. Levson, J. Kulig, J. Pawlowicz, M. Reasoner and A. Beaudoin (1993) Quaternary Geology of the Edmonton-Jasper-Rocky Mountain House Region. Geological Association of Canada/Mineralogical Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting, Field Trip B-1, Guidebook, 128 pages.
  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. 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.
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