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Not Quite Written in Stone: Rock Art Monitoring at Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta
April 16, 2014. University of Calgary Room ES 162. 7:30pm Mike Turney, Golder Associates, Calgary, Alberta.  Although rock art is literally ‘written
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Ian Kuijt. Photo © 2014 Kai Sunderland
Neolithic Halloween?: Plastered Human Skulls and the Origins of Agriculture in Near Eastern Neolithic Villages
March 19, 2014. University of Calgary Room ES 162. 7:30pm Ian Kuijt, Department of Anthropology, University of Notre Dame. For many years
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Projecting Future Change from Archaeological Data: Evidence for Climate-Related Contaminant Fluctuations in Holocene Marine Archaeofauna
February 19, 2014. Maribeth Murray, Arctic Institute of North America.  Biogeochemical analysis of total mercury (tHg) and d13C/d15N ratios in the bone
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Robin Woywitka
Understanding geographical constraints on human land use patterns in the eastern slopes of Alberta
January 15, 2014. Robin Woywitka and Darryl Bereziuk, Archaeological Survey of Alberta.  Most cultural resource management (CRM) projects undertaken in the
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Landscape Change and Human History of the Athabasca Glacier Area
November 20, 2013. Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Curator, Quaternary Environments, Royal Alberta Museum.  Sunwapta Pass and the Athabasca Glacier are visited by
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Small Stones and Big Buttes: Pebble Quarrying in the Misty Hills
October 16, 2013. Don Hanna, Lifeways of Canada Limited. During the course of investigations in support of the Hanna Region
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