Alwynne Beaudoin

Alwynne Beaudoin is Head Curator, Earth Sciences, and Curator, Quaternary Environments, at the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton. Using plant remains, such as seeds and pollen, she investigates postglacial landscapes, especially in relation to Alberta's human history. She holds a B.Sc. (Leeds University) and M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in physical geography from the University of Western Ontario. During the last twenty-nine years, she has worked throughout Alberta, including the Canadian Rockies, though her most recent work has focused on the Cypress Hills area.

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