Citations of Short Notes

Beaudoin, A. B. (2001) A regional compilation of postglacial paleoenvironmental records from the northern Plains for the SCAPE Project. Current Research in the Pleistocene 18: 91-92. E-SCAPE Contribution 1.
  1. Jensen, Britta J. L., Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Michael A. Clynne, Jordan Harvey and James W. Vallance (2019) A re-examination of the three most prominent Holocene tephra deposits in western Canada: Bridge River, Mount St. Helens Yn and Mazama. Quaternary International 500: 83-95.

  1. Yansa, Catherine H. (2002) Late-glacial and Early Post-glacial Vegetation and Climate Change in the Northeastern Great Plains: Evidence from Pollen and Plant Macrofossil Studies. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Geography Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. xii + 337 pages.
  2. 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. (1989) Palaeoenvironmental Studies in Western Alberta. In: Climatic Fluctuations and Man 4, Program, Abstracts and News, compiled by C. R. Harington, pp. 96-97. Canadian Committee on Climatic Fluctuations and Man, Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario.
  1. 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 Associa-tion of the University of Calgary, pp. 231-235. Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
  2. Beaudoin, Alwynne B. (1990) Palaeoenvironmental Studies in Western and Southern Alberta 1988-1989. In: Climatic Fluctuations and Man 5, edited by C. R. Harington, pp. 104-105, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Beaudoin, A. B., and M. J. Head (1996) CAP and AASP Launch Two New WWW Sites for Palynologists. Journal of Paleolimnology 15(3): 279-280.
  1. Beaudoin, A. B. (1999) Tips and Tricks for Designing a Museum Website. Alberta Museums Review 25: 61-64.
Ives, J. W., Yang Zhijun, A. B. Beaudoin and Ye Qixiao (1994) Human Presence in Heilongjiang, China, Along the Late Pleistocene Periphery of Beringia. Current Research in the Pleistocene 11: 136-138.
  1. Ma, J., Y. Wang, G. F. Baryshnikov, D. G. Drucker, K. McGrath, H. W. Zhang, H. Bocherens and Y. W. Hu (2021) The Mammuthus-Coelodonta Faunal Complex at its southeastern limit: A biogeochemical paleoecology investigation in Northeast Asia. Quaternary International 591:93-106.
  2. Keates, S. G. (2010) The Chronology of Pleistocene Modern Humans in China, Korea, and Japan. Special Issue: 20th International Radiocarbon Conference, May 31-June 05, 2009, Big Island, Hawaii. Radiocarbon 52(2): 428-465.
  3. Kuz'min, Y. V., L. A. Orlova, I. D. Zol'nikov and A. E. Igol'nikov (2000) The history of mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius Blum.) population in Siberia and adjacent areas (based on radiocarbon data). Geologiya i Geofizika 41(5): 746-754.

  1. Zhao, K., K. Jiang, Y. Wang, H. Tong, Y. Zhang, J. Ge, X. Zhou, C. Jin and X. Li (2022) New radiocarbon evidence on the woolly mammoth and rhinoceros in China. Acta Anthropologica Sinica 41(3): 551-562.
  2. Kuzmin, Yaroslav V., Lyobov A. Orlova and Ivan D. Zolnikov (2003) Dynamics of the mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) population in Northern Asia: radiocarbon evidence. In: Advances in Mammoth Research (Proceedings of the Second International Mammoth Conference, Rotterdam, May 16-20 1999), edited by J. W. F. Reumer, J. De Vos and D. Mol, pp. 221-238.
  3. Deinsea - Annual of the Natural History Museum, Vol. 9, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  4. Orlova, L. A., Y. V. Kuzmin and I. D. Zolnikov (2000) Time-Space Systematics for Mammoths (Mammuthus primigenius Blum.) and Prehistoric Humans in Beringia (on the Basis of Radiocarbon Dating). Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 3(3): 31-41.
  5. Ives, J. W. (1999) Rise of the Black Dragon: The International Exhibition. Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 76 pages.
Lemmen, D. S., A. B. Beaudoin and R. E. Vance (1997) Paleoenvironmental Records of Postglacial Climate Change in the Prairie Ecozone. In The Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network Report on the Third National Science Meeting, January 21-25 1997 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, compiled by Ashok Lumb, pp. 50-51. Ecological Monitoring Co-ordinating Office, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Burlington, Ontario.
  1. Millett, Bruce, W. Carter Johnson, Glenn Guntenspergen (2009) Climate trends of the North American prairie pothole region 1906-2000. Climatic Change 93(1-2): 243-267.

  1. Millett, Bruce Victor (2004) Vulnerability of Northern Prairie Wetlands to Climate Change. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Biological Science Department, South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota, USA. xiv + 199 pages.
Potter, Ben A., Alwynne B. Beaudoin, C. Vance Haynes, Vance T. Holliday, Charles E. Holmes, John W. Ives, Robert Kelly, Bastien Llamas, Ripan Malhi, Shane Miller, David Reich, Joshua D. Reuther, Stephan Schiffels and Todd Surovell (2018) Arrival routes of first Americans uncertain. Science 359(6381): 1224-1225.
  1. Braje, T. J., J. Maloney, A. Gusick, J. M. Erlandson and S. Klotsko (2022) Re-evaluating terminal Pleistocene and Early Holocene settlement patterns with Chirp subbottom data from around California's Northern Channel Islands. World Archaeology.
  2. Schmuck, N., J. L. Clark, R. J. Carlson and J. F. Baichtal (2022) A Human Behavioral Ecology of the Colonization of Unfamiliar Landscapes. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 29"1323-1366.
  3. Clark, Jorie, Anders E. Carlson, Alberto V. Reyes, Elizabeth C. B. Carlson, Louise Guillaume, Glenn A. Milne, Lev Tarasov, Marc Caffee, Klaus Wilcken and Dylan H. Rood (2022) The age of the opening of the Ice-Free Corridor and implications for the peopling of the Americas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 119(14):e2118558119.
  4. Potter, B., J. C. Chatters, A. M. Prentiss, S. J. Fiedel, G. Haynes, R. L. Kelly, J. D. Kilby, F. Lanoë, J. Holland-Lulewicz, D. S. Miller, J. E. Morrow, A. R. Perri, K. M. Rademaker, J. D. Reuther, B. T. Ritchison, G. Sanchez, I. Sanchez-Morales, S. M. Spivey-Faulkner, J. W. Tune and C. V. Haynes (2022) Current Understanding of the Earliest Human Occupations in the Americas: Evaluation of Becerra-Valdivia and Higham (2020). Paleoamerica: 8(1): 62-76.
  5. Scott, G. Richard, Dennis H. O'Rourke, Jennifer A. Raff, Justin C. Tackney, Leslea J. Hlusko, Scott A. Elias, Lauriane Bourgeon, Olga Potapova, Elena Pavlova, Vladimir Pitulko and John F. Hoffecker (2021) Peopling the Americas: Not "Out of Japan". PaleoAmerica 7(4): 309-332.
  6. Erlandson, Jon M., Todd J. Braje, Amira F. Ainis, Brendan J. Culleton, Kristina M. Gill, Courtney A. Hofman, Douglas J. Kennett, Leslie A. Reeder-Myers and Torben C. Rick (2020) Maritime Paleoindian technology, subsistence, and ecology at an similar to 11,700 year old Paleocoastal site on California's Northern Channel Islands, USA. Plos One 15(9).
  7. Sutter, R. C. (2021) The Pre-Columbian Peopling and Population Dispersals of South America. Journal of Archaeological Research: 29: 93-151.
  8. Royer, T. C. and B. Finney (2020) An Oceanographic Perspective On Early Human Migrations To The Americas. Oceanography 33(1): 32-41.
  9. Braje, T. J., J. M. Erlandson, T. C. Rick, L. Davis, T. Dillehay, D. W. Fedje, D. Froese, A. Gusick, Q. Mackie, D. McLaren, B. Pitblado, J. Raff, L. Reeder-Myers and M. R. Waters (2020) Fladmark+40: What Have We Learned about a Potential Pacific Coast Peopling of the Americas? American Antiquity 85(1): 1-21.
  10. Berezkin, Y. E. (2020) The Ogre's Soul. Age and Sequence of the Spread of Folklore Motifs That Explain the Invulnerability of a Person. Tomskii Zhurnal Lingvisticheskikh I Antropologicheskikh Issledovanii-Tomsk Journal of Linguistics and Anthropology (1): 79-89. (In Russian, with an English abstract)
  11. Margold, Martin, John C. Gosse, Alan J. Hidy, Robin J. Woywitka, Joseph M. Young and Duane Froese (2019) Beryllium-10 dating of the Foothills Erratics Train in Alberta, Canada, indicates detachment of the Laurentide Ice Sheet from the Rocky Mountains at ~15 ka. Quaternary Research 92(2): 469-482.
  12. Davis, Loren G., David B. Madsen, Lorena Becerra-Valdivia, Thomas Higham, David A. Sisson, Sarah M. Skinner, Daniel Stueber, Alexander J. Nyers, Amanda Keen-Zebert, Christina Neudorf, Melissa Cheyney, Masami Izuho, Fumie Iizuka, Samuel R. Burns, Clinton W. Epps, Samuel C. Willis and Ian Buvit (2019) Late Upper Paleolithic occupation at Cooper's Ferry, Idaho, USA, ~16,000 years ago. Science 365(6456): 891-897.
  13. Prufer, Keith M., Asia V. Alsgaard, Mark Robinson, Clayton R. Meredith, Brendan J. Culleton, Timothy Dennehy, Shelby Magee, Bruce B. Huckell, W. James Stemp, Jaime J. Awe, Jose M. Capriles and Douglas J. Kennett (2019) Linking late Paleoindian stone tool technologies and populations in North, Central and South America. PLOS ONE 14(7): e0219812.
  14. Hamilton, Marcus J., Briggs Buchanan and Robert S. Walker (2019) Spatiotemporal diversification of projectile point types in western North America over 13,000 years. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 24: 486-495.
  15. Achilli, Alessandro, Anna Olivieri, Ornella Semino and Antonio Torroni (2018) Ancient human genomes - keys to understanding our past Science 360(6392): 964-965.
  16. Wooller, Matthew J., Emilie Saulnier-Talbot, Ben A. Potter, Soumaya Belmecheri, Nancy Bigelow, Kyungcheol Choy, Les C. Cwynar, Kimberley Davies, Russell W. Graham, Joshua Kurek, Peter Langdon, Andrew Medeiros, Ruth Rawcliffe, Yue Wang and John W. Williams (2018) A new terrestrial palaeoenvironmental record from the Bering Land Bridge and context for human dispersal. Royal Society Open Science 5(6): 11 pages.
  17. Williams, T. J., M. B. Collins, K. Rodrigues, W. J. Rink, N. Velchoff, A. Keen-Zebert, A. Gilmer, C. D. Frederick, S. J. Ayala and E. R. Prewitt (2018) Evidence of an early projectile point technology in North America at the Gault Site, Texas, USA. Science Advances 4(7): eaar5954, 7 pages.
  18. Braje, T. J., T. C. Rick, T. D. Dillehay, J. M. Erlandson and R. G. Klein (2018) Arrival routes of first Americans uncertain Response. Science 359(6381): 1225-1225.

  1. Malyarchuk, B. A. (2023) The role of Beringia in human adaptation to Arctic conditions based on results of genomic studies of modern and ancient populations. Vavilov Journal of Genetics and Breeding 27(3): 373-382. [Original in Russian]
  2. Meltzer, David J. (2021) First Peoples in a New World: Populating Ice Age America. Second ed. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, UK. 500 pages.
  3. Sutton, Mark Q. (2021) Envisioning a Western Clovis Ritual Complex. PaleoAmerica: 1-32.
  4. Lizama Catalán, Álvaro Gabriel (2020) Explotación de fauna menor en Taguatagua 1 durante el Pleistoceno terminal (Chile central). Memoria para optar al título profesional de arqueólogo, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile. 131 pages.
  5. Fiedel, Stuart J., Ben A. Potter, Juliet E. Morrow, Michael K. Faught, C. Vance Haynes and James C. Chatters (2020) Pioneers from Northern Japan in Idaho 16,000 Years Ago? A Critical Evaluation of the Evidence from Cooper's Ferry. PaleoAmerica: 1-15.
  6. van Straalen, Nico and Dick Roelofs (2019) Human Evolution and Development: Textbook for Life Sciences. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 296 pages.
  7. Wygal, Brian T. and Katherine E. Krasinski (2019) Post-Glacial Human Colonization of Southern Alaska: the Archaeology of Trapper Creek Alaska Journal of Anthropology 17(1-2): 77-101.
  8. Pal, Nélida, Ivan Briz i Godino, Myrian R. Alvarez and María Bas (2019) Los Concheros Como Archivos de Información: Un Aporte Desde La Arqueología de Costas / Shell middens as information files: A contribution from coastal archaeology. Revista de Arqueología Americana 37: 133-162.
  9. Braje, Todd J., Jillian M. Maloney, Amy E. Gusick, Jon M. Erlandson, Alex Nyers, Loren Davis, Kristina M. Gill, Leslie Reeder-Myers and David Ball (2019) Working from the Known to the Unknown: Linking the Subaerial Archaeology and the Submerged Landscapes of Santarosae Island, Alta California, USA. Open Quaternary 5(1): 10 pages.
  10. Sutton, Mark Q. (2019) Reassessing the Paleoindian Witt Archaeological Locality, Tulare Lake, San Joaquin Valley, California. PaleoAmerica 5(3): 276-299.
  11. Lourdeau, Antoine (2019) A Serra da Capivara e os primeiros povoamentos sul-americanos: uma revisão bibliográfica / The Serra da Capivara area and the first settlements in South America: a bibliographical review. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas 14(2): 367-398.
  12. O'Brien, Michael J. (2019) More on Clovis Learning: Individual-level Processes Aggregate to Form Population-level Patterns. PaleoAmerica 5(2): 157-168.
  13. Baxstrom, Kelli W. (2019) Climate and Vegetation Change in Late Pleistocene Central Appalachia: Evidence from Stalagmites and Lake Cores. M.Sc., Department of Geological Sciences, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, USA. 108 pages.
  14. Herreid, Clyde Freeman (2018) Exercises in Style: Is There a Best Way to Write a Case Study? Journal of College Science Teaching 48(2): 34-38.
  15. Sutton, Mark Q. (2018) Paleoindian Colonization by Boat? Refining the Coastal Model. PaleoAmerica 4(4): 325-339.
  16. Tremayne, Andrew (2018) A Survey of Human Migration in Alaska's National Parks through Time. Alaska Park Science 17(1): 5-15.
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