Citations of Reports and Other Grey Literature

Beaudoin, A. B. (2013) Identification of macroremains from hearth fill recovered at site FjPj-108 in Edmonton. Appendix H: Seed Analysis. In: Historical Resources Impact Assessment (HRIA) and Historical Resources Impact Mitigation (HRIM) at FjPj-108 - Walterdale Bridge Replacement Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Final Report Permit 12-135, by Gareth Spicer and R. Eldridge. Unpublished report on file, Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  1. Spicer, Gareth and Caroline Hudecek-Cuffe (2019) Deeply buried intact sediments yielding cultural deposits within the North Saskatchewan River valley in the city of Edmonton, Alberta. In: Advancing Archaeology: Industry and Practice in Alberta, 2019, edited by K. M. Gilliland, pp. 93-112. Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Paper No. 39. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2003) Report on Plant Collecting Activities in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Summer 2000 Permit 2000 - CH - 001. Report submitted to Wayne Pedrini, Area Manager, Southeastern Area, Parks and Protected Areas, Alberta Community Development, Medicine Hat, Alberta. E-SCAPE Manuscript 12. 79 pages
  1. 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.
Beaudoin, A. B. (2002) Sediment Coring at Elkwater Lake, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, February 2002 Permit No. 2002 - CH - 001. Report submitted to Wes Mickey, Area Manager, Medicine Hat Area, Parks and Protected Areas, Alberta Community Development. E-SCAPE Manuscript 8. 8 pages.
  1. 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.
Beaudoin, A. B. (1985) Preliminary Investigation of the Pollen Record from the Moni Bog, Southwest Cyprus. Report presented to Dr R. H. King, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, for the Canadian Palaipaphos (Cyprus) Survey Project. 14 pages.
  1. Rupp, David W. (2004) Evolving strategies for investigating an extensive terra incognita in the Paphos District by the Canadian Palaipaphos Survey Project and the Western Cyprus Project. British School at Athens Studies, Vol. 11, Archaeological Field Survey in Cyprus: Past History, Future Potentials, pp. 63-76.
  2. Held, Steven (1989) Early Prehistoric Island Archaeology in Cyprus: Configuration of Formative Culture Growth from the Plestocene/Holocene Boundary to the Mid-3rd Millennium B.C. Ph.D., Archaeology Department, University of London, London, England, UK. 766 pages.
Beaudoin, A. B., and T. Panas (2002) Methodology and Preliminary Results for the Palaeoenvironmental Database Component, SCAPE (Study of Cultural Adaptations in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone) Project. Report presented to Dr B. A. Nicholson, Principal Investigator, Brandon University. E-SCAPE Manuscript 9. 513 pages.
  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. Panas, Timothy (2018) Sand Dune Environments in First Nations Lifeways: Holistic Interpretation for the Middle and Late Precontact Periods on the Northern Plains. Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Studies Progam, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. xii + 337 pages.
Gummer, D. L., A. B. Beaudoin and D. J. Bender (2005) Diet of Ord's Kangaroo Rats and Implications for Reclamation of Disturbed Sites in the Middle Sand Hills. Final report for EnCana, Canada, December 2005, 18 pages.
  1. Brands, Lia K. (2016) Using Stepping Stones and Translocations to Facilitate Dispersal for the Endangered Ord's Kangaroo Rat, Dipodomys ordii. M.Sc., Department of Geography, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ix + 160 pages.
  2. Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (2013) Alberta Ord's Kangaroo Rat Recovery Plan, 2013-2018. Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, Alberta Species at Risk Recovery Plan No. 31. Edmonton, Alberta. 23 pages.
  3. Bender, Darren J., David L. Gummer, Randy Dzenkiw, and Julie A. Heinrichs (2010) An Occurrence-based Habitat Model for the Ord's Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys ordii) in Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division. Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 136. Edmonton, Alberta. vi + 17 pages.
  4. Kissner, Kelley J. (2009) Beneficial Management Practices for Ord's Kangaroo Rat in Alberta. Alberta Species At Risk Report No. 125. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division, Edmonton, Alberta. vii + 42 pages.
  5. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (2008) Seeds and shells from soft sediment: Macrofossil analysis at some late Quaternary sites in Alberta. Paper presented at the Alberta Paleontological Society, Twelfth Annual Symposium, March 15 2008, Abstracts Volume, pp. 9-12. Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  6. Bender, Darren J., David L. Gummer and Randy E. Dzenkiw (2007) Monitoring Protocol for the Ord's Kangaroo Rat. Alberta Species At Risk Report No. 113. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. iv + 29 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, 27 pages.
  1. Fiedel, Stuart J. (2002) Initial Human Colonization of the Americas: An Overview of the Issues and the Evidence. Radiocarbon 44(2):407-436.
  2. Mandryk, C. A. S. (1996) Late-glacial vegetation and environment on the eastern slope foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 16(1):37-57.
  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. Easton, N. A. (1992) Mal-De-Mer Above Terra-Incognita, Or, What Ails The Coastal Migration Theory. Arctic Anthropology 29(2):28-42.
  5. 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.

  1. Landals, Alison J. (2013) The Lake Minnewanka Site: Patterns in Late Pleistocene Use of the Alberta Rocky Mountains. Occasional Papers of the Archaeological Society of Alberta Number 13. xv + 244 pages. Revised and edited version of 2008 PhD dissertation. Published by Archaeological Society of Alberta, Calgary, Alberta.
  2. 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.
  3. Cachon, Jean-Charles (2012) Paleo Aboriginal Entrepreneurship: evidence from Turtle Island. Journal of Australian Aboriginal Issues 15(4):4-35.
  4. Krasinski, Kathryn E. (2010) Broken Bones and Cutmarks: Taphonomic Analyses and Implications for the Peopling of North America. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA. xxii + 530 pages.
  5. 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.
  6. Ives, J. W. (2006) 13,001 Years Ago: Human Beginnings in Alberta. In Alberta Formed Alberta Transformed, Volume 1, edited by M. Payne, D. Wetherell, and C. Kavanaugh, pp. 1-34. Co-published by University of Alberta Press and University of Calgary Press.
  7. Goyette, Linda, and Carolina Jakeway Roemmich (2004) Edmonton In Our Own Words. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. xxxviii + 463 pages.
  8. Cinq-Mars, Jacques and Richard E. Morlan (1999) Bluefish Caves and Old Crow basin: A new rapport. In: Ice Age People of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations, edited by R. Bonnichsen and K. L. Turnmire, pp. 200-212. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon, USA.
  9. Ronaghan, Brian (1997) Historical Resources Impact Assessment for the Muskeg River Mine Project. Permit Number 87-107. Golder Associates Ltd., Calgary, Alberta. iii + 145 pages + Appendices.
  10. West, Frederick Hadleigh (1996) Beringia and New World Origins II: The Archaeological Evidence. In: American Beginnings: The Prehistory and Paleoecology of Beringia, pp. 537-559. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  11. Carlson, Roy L., and Luke Dalla Bona (Editors) (1996) Early Human Occupation in British Columbia. UBC Press, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 261 pages.
  12. Wright, J. V. (1995) A History of the Native People of Canada: Volume I (10,000 - 1,000 B.C.). Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper 152. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, Canada. xxiv + 564 pages.
  13. Chlachula, Jiri (1994) The Varsity Estates and Silver Springs Late Pleistocene Sections, Calgary N.W., Geoarchaeological Investigations 1991-1993. Final Report prepared for Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Historical Resources Division. v + 314 pages. Report on file, Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  14. 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.
  15. Ives, J. W. (1993) The ten thousand years before the fur trade in northeastern Alberta. In The Uncovered Past: Roots of Northern Alberta Societies, edited by P. A. McCormack and R. G. Ironside, pp. 5-31. Circumpolar Research Series No. 3. Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  16. Bobrowsky, Peter, and Nathaniel W. Rutter (1992) The Quaternary Geologic History of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Géographie physique et Quaternaire 46(1):5-50.
  17. 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.
  18. Magne, Martin P. R., and John W. Ives (1991) The First Albertans Project: 1988 and 1989 Research. In: Archaeology in Alberta 1988 and 1989, edited by Martin Magne, pp. 101-112. Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Paper No. 33. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Edmonton, Alberta.
  19. Cinq-Mars, Jacques (1990) La place des Grottes du Poisson-bleu dans la préhistoire béringienne. Revista de Arqueología Americana, No. 1, pp. 9-32.
  20. Beaudoin, A. B. (1989) Annotated Bibliography: Late Quaternary Studies in Alberta's Western Corridor 1950-1988. Archaeological Survey of Alberta Manuscript Series No. 15, xvii + 362 pages. Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
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.
  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. Luckman, Brian H. (1982) The Little Ice and Oxygen Isotope Studies in the Middle Canadian Rockies. Report to Parks Canada, January 1982. 31 pages.
  2. Luckman, Brian H. (1981) Little Ice Age and Oxygen Isotope Studies in Jasper National Park. Report to Parks Canada, January 1981. 10 pages.
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.
  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. Luckman, Brian H. (1982) The Little Ice Age and Oxygen Isotope Studies in the Middle Canadian Rockies. Report to Parks Canada, January 1982. 31 pages.
  2. 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.
  3. Luckman, Brian H. (1981) Little Ice Age and Oxygen Isotope Studies in Jasper National Park. Report to Parks Canada, January 1981. 10 pages.
Luckman, B. H., M. S. Kearney, A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and D. K. Holland (1979) Holocene Environmental Change in Jasper National Park: Second Interim Report. Progress report to Parks Canada. 29 pages. Copy on file at Park Library, Jasper, Alberta.
  1. Luckman, Brian H., B. J. R. Sperling and G. D. Osborn (2020) The Holocene history of the Columbia Icefield, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 242: 26
  2. Luckman B. H. (1988) 8000 Year Old Wood from the Athabasca Glacier, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 25(1): 148-151.
  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.

  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, pp. 46. Earth System Processes 2 Organizing Committee and Alberta Geological Survey/Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  2. Bailey, Patricia Gayle (2003) A Home in the Upper Athabasca Valley: The Aboriginal Homesteaders in the Nineteenth Century. M. A., Anthropology Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 154 pages.
  3. 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.
  4. Luckman, Brian H. (editor) (1999) Fieldtrip Guidebook: Columbia Icefield August 20-22, 1999. CANQUA-CGRG Meeting 1999, Calgary, Alberta. 86 pages.
  5. Luckman, Brian H. (editor) (1993) International Association of Geomorphology, Field Trip A2: Holocene Sediment Budgets and Environmental Change in Alpine Environments, August 12-23, 1993. Guidebook for Rocky Mountain Section (Days 6-10). 68 pages + references.
  6. Beaudoin, A. B. (1993) A Compendium and Evaluation of Postglacial Pollen Records in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 17:92-112.
  7. 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.
  8. Luckman, Brian H., M. E. Colenutt, and R. R. Heipel (1988) Field Investigations in the Canadian Rockies During 1987. Report to Parks Canada and B.C. Parks Branch, March 1988. 32 pages.
  9. 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.
  10. Luckman, Brian H. (1982) The Little Ice and Oxygen Isotope Studies in the Middle Canadian Rockies. Report to Parks Canada, January 1982. 31 pages.
  11. Kearney, Michael S. (1981) Late Quaternary Vegetational and Environmental History of Jasper National Park, Alberta. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. xv + 318 pages.
  12. Luckman, Brian H. (1981) The geomorphology of the Alberta Rocky Mountains: A review and commentary. Zeitschrift für geomorphologie, Supplement to Vol. 37: 91-119.
  13. 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.
  14. Luckman, Brian H. (1981) Little Ice Age and Oxygen Isotope Studies in Jasper National Park. Report to Parks Canada, January 1981. 10 pages.
  15. Holland, D. K., A. Bowyer-Beaudoin and K. B. Cawker (1980) A Holocene pollen record from Sunwapta Pass, Jasper National Park, Alberta. Paper presented at the Fifth International Palynological Conference, Cambridge, England, UK. Abstracts, p. 176.
  16. Kearney, Michael S., and Brian H. Luckman (1980) Evidence for late Wisconsin - early Holocene climatic/vegetational change in Jasper National Park, Alberta. In: Quaternary Paleoclimate, edited by W. C. Mahaney, pp. 85-105. GeoAbstracts Ltd., Norwich, England, UK.
  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.
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