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Refereed Papers published or in press

Graduate students and PDF in bold from work done while they were worked in my lab, later publications from ongoing collaborations not highlighted.  * Corresponding author


*Stoker, B. J., *Margold, M., Gosse, J. C., Hidy, A. J., Monteath, A. J., Young, J. M., Gandy, N., Gregoire, L. J., Norris, S. L., & *Froese, D. (2022). The collapse of the Laurentide-Cordilleran ice saddle and early opening of the Mackenzie Valley, Northwest Territories, constrained by 10 Be exposure dating. The Cryosphere, 1–35.  [major paper from Ben Stoker’s PhD with work that began durin Martin Margold’s PDF at Alberta]

*Roustaei, M., Pumple, J., Harvey, J., & Froese, D. (2022a). Estimating ice and unfrozen water in permafrost samples using industrial computed tomography scanning.

Buryak, S. D., Reyes, A. V., Jensen, B. J. L., Davies, J. H. F. L., Westgate, J. A., DuFrane, S. A., Luo, Y., Froese, D. G., Pearson, D. G., & Benowitz, J. A. (2022). Laser-ablation ICP-MS zircon U-Pb ages for key Pliocene-Pleistocene tephra beds in unglaciated Yukon and Alaska. Quaternary Geochronology, 73(101398), 101398.

*Murchie, T. J., Karpinski, E., Eaton, K., Duggan, A. T., Baleka, S., Zazula, G., MacPhee, R. D. E., *Froese, D., & *Poinar, H. N. (2022a). Pleistocene mitogenomes reconstructed from the environmental DNA of permafrost sediments. Current Biology: CB, 32(4), 851–860.e7.

Schirrmeister, L., Fedorov, A. N., Froese, D., Iwahana, G., van Huissteden, K., & Veremeeva, A. (2022a). Editorial: Yedoma Permafrost Landscapes as past Archives, Present and Future Change Areas. Frontiers of Earth Science in China, 10.

*Norris, S. L., Tarasov, L., Monteath, A. J., Gosse, J. C., Hidy, A. J., Margold, M., & *Froese, D. G. (2022). Rapid retreat of the southwestern Laurentide Ice Sheet during the Bølling-Allerød interval. Geology, 50(4), 417–421. [major paper from Sophie Norris’ PhD that provides a new model to resolve the divergent chronologies for the SW LIS]

*Woywitka, R., Froese, D., Lamothe, M., & Wolfe, S. (2022). Late Pleistocene aeolian deposition and human occupation on the eastern edge of the deglacial corridor, northeastern Alberta, Canada. Quaternary Research.

Strauss, J., Laboor, S., Schirrmeister, L., Fedorov, A. N., Fortier, D., Froese, D., Fuchs, M., Günther, F., Grigoriev, M., Harden, J., Hugelius, G., Jongejans, L. L., Kanevskiy, M., Kholodov, A., Kunitsky, V., Kraev, G., Lozhkin, A., Rivkina, E., Shur, Y., … Grosse, G. (2021). Circum-Arctic Map of the Yedoma Permafrost Domain. Frontiers of Earth Science, 9.


*Monteath, A. J., Gaglioti, B. V., Edwards, M. E., & *Froese, D. (2021). Late Pleistocene shrub expansion preceded megafauna turnover and extinctions in eastern Beringia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118(52).    [major paper from Ali Monteath’s PDF work with collaborators Ben Gaglioti and Mary Edwards. 

*Murchie, T. J., Monteath, A. J., Mahony, M. E., Long, G. S., Cocker, S., Sadoway, T., Karpinski, E., Zazula, G., MacPhee, R. D. E., *Froese, D., & Poinar, H. N. (2021). Collapse of the mammoth-steppe in central Yukon as revealed by ancient environmental DNA. Nature Communications, 12(1), 7120.

*Murchie, T. J., Kuch, M., Duggan, A. T., Ledger, M. L., Roche, K., Klunk, J., Karpinski, E., Hackenberger, D., Sadoway, T., MacPhee, R., *Froese, D., & *Poinar, H. (2021). Optimizing extraction and targeted capture of ancient environmental DNA for reconstructing past environments using the PalaeoChip Arctic-1.0 bait-set. Quaternary Research, 99, 305–328.

*MacDonald, E. N., Tank, S. E., Kokelj, S. V., Froese, D. G., & Hutchins, R. H. (2021). Permafrost-derived dissolved organic matter composition varies across permafrost end-members in the western Canadian Arctic. Environmental Research Letters: ERL [Web Site], 16(2). (Erin MacDonald’s MSc– primary supervisor Suzanne Tank)

*Norris, S. L., Garcia-Castellanos, D., Jansen, J. D., Carling, P. A., Margold, M., Woywitka, R. J., & *Froese, D. G. (2021). Catastrophic drainage from the northwestern outlet of glacial Lake Agassiz during the Younger Dryas. Geophysical Research Letters.

Vershinina, A. O., Heintzman, P. D., Froese, D. G., Zazula, G., Cassatt-Johnstone, M., Dalén, L., Der Sarkissian, C., Dunn, S. G., Ermini, L., Gamba, C., Groves, P., Kapp, J. D., Mann, D. H., Seguin-Orlando, A., Southon, J., Stiller, M., Wooller, M. J., Baryshnikov, G., Gimranov, D., … Shapiro, B. (2021). Ancient horse genomes reveal the timing and extent of dispersals across the Bering Land Bridge. Molecular Ecology.

*Young, J. M., Reyes, A., & *Froese, D. G. (2021). Reply to James Teller’s comment on “Assessing the ages of the Moorhead and Emerson phases of glacial Lake Agassiz and their temporal connection to the Younger Dryas cold reversal.” Quaternary Science Reviews, 256.

*Young, J. M., Reyes, A. V., & *Froese, D. G. (2021). Assessing the ages of the Moorhead and Emerson phases of glacial Lake Agassiz and their temporal connection to the Younger Dryas cold reversal. Quaternary Science Reviews, 251(106714), 106714.

*Strauss J, Laboor S, Schirrmeister L, Fedorov AN, Fortier D, Froese D, et al. Circum-Arctic Map of the Yedoma Permafrost Domain. Frontiers in Earth Science. 2021;9:1001.

Wang, Y., Pedersen, M. W., Alsos, I. G., De Sanctis, B., Racimo, F., Prohaska, A., Coissac, E., Owens, H. L., Merkel, M. K. F., Fernandez-Guerra, A., Rouillard, A., Lammers, Y., Alberti, A., Denoeud, F., Money, D., Ruter, A. H., McColl, H., Larsen, N. K., Cherezova, A. A., Froese, D.G.… *Willerslev, E. (2021). Late Quaternary dynamics of Arctic biota from ancient environmental genomics. Nature.


Bandara, S., D.G. Froese, and T. J. Porter. 2020. Holocene Pore‐ice δ18O and δ2H Records from Drained Thermokarst Lake Basins in the Old Crow Flats, Yukon, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes.

Braje, T.J., J.M. Erlandson, T.C. Rick, L.Davis, T. Dillehay, D.W. Fedje, D.G. Froese, et al. 2020. Fladmark + 40: What Have We Learned about a Potential Pacific Coast Peopling of the Americas? American Antiquity 85 (1): 1–21.

Holland, K.M., T.J. Porter, D.G. Froese, Steven V. Kokelj, and C.A. Buchanan 2020. Ice‐Wedge Evidence of Holocene Winter Warming in the Canadian Arctic.  Geophysical Research Letters,  47 (12): 211.

Otiniano, G.A., T.J. Porter, J.A. Benowitz, I.N. Bindeman, D.G. Froese, B.J.L. Jensen, L.J. Davies, and M.A. Phillips. 2020. A Late Miocene to Late Pleistocene Reconstruction of Precipitation Isotopes and Climate from Hydrated Volcanic Glass Shards and Biomarkers in Central Alaska and Yukon. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, May.

Saidi-Mehrabad, Alireza, P. Neuberger, Morteza Hajihosseini, Duane Froese, and Brian D. Lanoil. 2020. Permafrost Microbial Community Structure Changes across the Pleistocene-Holocene Boundary. Frontiers in Environmental Science,  8: 133.

Woywitka, R., and D.G. Froese. 2020. “A Process‐depositional Model for the Evaluation of Archaeological Potential and Survey Methods in a Boreal Forest Setting, Northeastern Alberta, Canada.” Geoarchaeology 35 (2): 217–31.


Froese, D. G., Young, J.M., Norris, S.L., Margold, M. 2019. Availability and Viability of the Ice-free Corridor and Pacific Coast Routes for the Peopling of the Americas. SAA Archaeological Record 19: 27-33. [.pdf]

Porter, T.J., Schoenemann, S.W., Davies, L.J., Steig, E.J., Bandara, S. and Froese, D.G., 2019. Recent summer warming in northwestern Canada exceeds the Holocene thermal maximum. Nature communications10(1), 1631.

Norris, S.L., M. Margold, D.J. Utting, and D.G. Froese. 2019. “Geomorphic, Sedimentary and Hydraulic Reconstruction of a Glacial Lake Outburst Flood in Northern Alberta, Canada.” Boreas 48 (4): 1006–18.

Bandara, S., Froese, D.G., St. Louis, V.L., Cooke, C.A. and Calmels, F., 2019. Postdepositional Mercury Mobility in a Permafrost Peatland from Central Yukon, Canada. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry3(5), 770-778.

De La Torre, H.A.M., Reyes, A.V., Zazula, G.D., Froese, D.G., Jensen, B.J. and Southon, J.R., 2019. Permafrost-preserved wood and bone: Radiocarbon blanks from Yukon and Alaska. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms.

Margold, M., Gosse, J.C., Hidy, A.J., Woywitka, R.J., Young, J.M. and Froese, D., 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, 1-14.


Magnan, G., van Bellen, S., Davies, L., Froese, D., Garneau, M., Mullan-Boudreau, G., Zaccone, C. and Shotyk, W., 2018. Impact of the Little Ice Age cooling and 20th century climate change on peatland vegetation dynamics in central and northern Alberta using a multi-proxy approach and high-resolution peat chronologies. Quaternary Science Reviews185: 230-243.

Bakkelund A., Porter T.J., Froese D.G., Feakins S.J., 2018. Net fractionation of hydrogen isotopes in n-alkanoic acids from soils in the northern boreal forest. Organice Geochemistry, 125: 1-13.  [Trevor started the collection for this project when he was a PDF in my lab, but subsequently finished the work with Aleesha as part of her MSc. thesis at University of Toronto]

Davies, L.J., Appleby, P., Jensen, B.J.L., Magnan, G., Mullan-Boudreau, G., Noernberg, T., Shannon, B., Shotyk, W., van Bellen, S., Zaccone, C., and Froese, D.G. 2018. High-resolution age modelling of peat bogs from northern Alberta, Canada, using pre- and post-bomb 14C, 210Pb and historical cryptotephra. Quaternary  Geochronology, 47: 138-162.  [This was one of the major papers from Lauren’s PhD – a really impressive piece of work, nearly 25 journal pages long (and exceptionally thorough as Lauren’s papers always are).  I think it’s a benchmark on how to date peat archives well using multiple chronometers and understand the potential biases inherent in all of them.

Hidy, A.J., Gosse, J.C., Sanborn, P., and Froese, D.G. 2018. Age-erosion constraints on an Early Pleistocene paleosol in Yukon, Canada, with profiles of 10Be and 26Al: Evidence for a significant loess cover effect on cosmogenic nuclide production rates. CATENA, 165: 260-271.  [This was one of Alan’s major papers from his dissertation that I served on his supervisory committee with John Gosse as his principal advisor].

van Bellen S., Magnan G., Davies L.J., Froese D., Mullan‐Boudreau G., Zaccone C., Garneau M., Shotyk W., 2018. Testate amoeba records indicate regional 20th‐century lowering of water tables in ombrotrophic peatlands in central‐northern Alberta, Canada. Global Change Biology, 24: 7; 2758-2774.


Froese D., Stiller M., Heintzman P.D., Reyes A.V., Zazula G.D., ER Soares A., Meyer M., Hall E., Jensen B., Arnold L.J., DE MacPhee R., Shapiro B., 2017. Fossil and genomic evidence constrains the timing of bison arrival in North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114: 13: 3457-3462.

Heintzman P.D., Zazula G.D., DE MacPhee R., Scott E., Cahill J.A., McHorse B.K., Kapp J.D., Stiller M., Wooller M.J., Orlando L., Southon J., Froese D., Shapiro B.. 2017. A new genus of horse from Pleistocene North America. eLife, 6: e29944.

Magnan G., van Bellen S., Davies L.J., Froese D., Garneau M., Mullan-Boudreau G., Zaccone C., Shotyk W., 2017. Impact of the Little Ice Age cooling and 20th century climate change on peatland vegetation dynamics in central and northern Alberta using a multi-proxy approach and high-resolution peat chronologies. Quaternary Science Reviews, 185: 230-243.

Monteath A.J., van Hardenbroek M., Davies L.J., Froese D., Langdon P.G., Xu X., Edwards M.E., 2017. Chronology and glass chemistry of tephra and cryptotephra horizons from lake sediments in northern Alaska, USA. Quaternary Research, 88: 2; 169-178.

Mullan‐Boudreau G., Davies L.J., Devito K., Froese D., Noernberg T., Pelletier R., Shotyk W., 2017. Reconstructing Past Rates of Atmospheric Dust Deposition in the Athabasca Bituminous Sands Region Using Peat Cores from Bogs. Land Degradation $ Development, 28: 8; 2468-2481.

Norris S.L., Margold M., Froese D., 2017. Glacial landforms of northwest Saskatchewan. Journal of Maps, 13:2; 600-607.

Shotyk W., Appleby P.G., Bicalho B., Davies L.J., Froese D., Grant-Weaver I., Magnan G., Mullan-Boudreau G., Noernberg T., Pelletier R., Shannon B., van Bellen S., Zaccone C., 2017. Peat bogs document decades of declining atmospheric contamination by trace metals in the Athabasca Bituminous Sands region. Environmental science & technology, 51; 11: 6237-6249.

Woywitka, R., Froese, D.G., and S.A. Wolfe. 2017. Origin and age of raised landforms in the Cree Burn – Kearl Lake lowland and setting of Oil Sands region archaeological sites. (in press) Alberta’s Lower Athabasca Basin: Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments edited by B.M. Ronaghan. Athabasca University Press.


Davies, L.J., Jensen, B.J.L., Froese, D.G., and Wallace, K.L. 2016. Late Pleistocene and Holocene tephrostratigraphy of interior Alaska and Yukon: Key beds and chronologies over the past 30,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews, 146: 28-53.

Enk J., Devault A., Widga C., Saunders J., Szpak P., Southon J., Rouillard J.,  Shapiro B., Golding B., Zazula G., Froese D., Fisher D.C., DE MacPhee R., Poinar H. 2016. Mammuthus Population Dynamics in Late Pleistocene North America: Divergence, Phylogeography, and Introgression. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4: 42.

Froese D., Davies L.J., Appleby P., Bandara S., van Bellen S., Magnan G., Mullan-Boudreau G., Noernberg T., Shotyk W., Staniszewsk K., Zaccone C. 2016. High-resolution age modelling of peat bog profiles using pre and post-bomb 14C, 210Pb and cryptotephra data from Alberta and Yukon peatlands. PEAT3-1st DANTE workshop” Dating the ANThropocene in Environmental archives”, page 17.

Graham, R.W., Belmecheri, S., Choy, K., Culleton, B.J., Davies, L.J., Froese, D., Heintzman, P.D., Hritz, C., Kapp, J.D., Newsom, L.A., Rawcliffe, R., Saulnier-Talbot, É., Shapiro, B., Wang, Y., Williams, J.W., and Wooller, M.J. 2016. Timing and causes of mid-Holocene mammoth extinction on St. Paul Island, Alaska. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113: 9310-9314.

Heintzman, P.D., Froese, D., Ives, J.W., Soares, A.E.R., Zazula, G.D., Letts, B., Andrews, T.D., Driver, J.C., Hall, E., Hare, P.G., Jass, C.N., Mackay, G., Southon, J.R., Stiller, M., Woywitka, R., Suchard, M.A., and Shapiro, B. 2016. Bison phylogeography constrains dispersal and viability of the Ice Free Corridor in western Canada. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113: 8057-8063.

Jensen, B.J.L., Evans, M.E., Froese, D.G., and Kravchinsky, V.A. 2016. 150,000 years of loess accumulation in central Alaska. Quaternary Science Reviews, 135: 1-23.

Mackay, H., Hughes, P.D.M., Jensen, B.J.L., Langdon, P.G., Pyne-O’Donnell, S.D.F., Plunkett, G., Froese, D.G., Coulter, S., and Gardner, J.E. 2016. A mid to late Holocene cryptotephra framework from eastern North America. Quaternary Science Reviews, 132: 101-113.

Porter, T.J., Froese, D.G., Feakins, S.J., Bindeman, I.N., Mahony, M.E., Pautler, B.G., Reichart, G.-., Sanborn, P.T., Simpson, M.J., and Weijers, J.W.H. 2016. Multiple water isotope proxy reconstruction of extremely low last glacial temperatures in Eastern Beringia (Western Arctic). Quaternary Science Reviews, 137: 113-125.

Praetorius, S., Mix, A., Jensen, B., Froese, D., Milne, G., Wolhowe, M., Addison, J., and Prahl, F. 2016. Interaction between climate, volcanism, and isostatic rebound in Southeast Alaska during the last deglaciation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 452: 79-89.

Pyne-O’Donnell, S.D.F., Cwynar, L.C., Jensen, B.J.L., Vincent, J.H., Kuehn, S.C., Spear, R., and Froese, D.G. 2016. West Coast volcanic ashes provide a new continental-scale Lateglacial isochron. Quaternary Science Reviews, 142: 16-25.

Shotyk, W., Appleby, P.G., Bicalho, B., Davies, L.J., Froese, D., Grant-Weaver, I., Krachler, M., Magnan, G., Mullan-Boudreau, G., Noernberg, T., Pelletier, R., Shannon, B., van Bellen, S., and Zaccone, C. 2016. Peat bogs in northern Alberta, Canada reveal decades of declining atmospheric Pb contamination. Geophysical Research Letters, 43: 9964-9974.

Turner, D.G., Ward, B.C., Froese, D.G., Lamothe, M., Bond, J.D., and Bigelow, N.H. 2016. Stratigraphy of Pleistocene glaciations in the St Elias Mountains, southwest Yukon, Canada. Boreas, 45: 521-536.

Zhang, Y., Shotyk, W., Zaccone, C., Noernberg, T., Pelletier, R., Bicalho, B., Froese, D.G., Davies, L., and Martin, J.W. 2016. Airborne Petcoke Dust is a Major Source of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region. Environmental Science and Technology, 50: 1711-1720.


Blockley, S.P.E., Edwards, K.J., Schofield, J.E., Pyne-O’Donnell, S.D.F., Jensen, B.J.L., Matthews, I.P., Cook, G.T., Wallace, K.L., and Froese, D. 2015. First evidence of cryptotephra in palaeoenvironmental records associated with Norse occupation sites in Greenland. Quaternary Geochronology, 27: 145-157.

Pumple, J., Froese, D., and Calmels, F., 2015. Characterizing permafrost valley fills along the Alaska Highway, southwest Yukon. Canadian Geotechnical Conference, 68: unpaginated.


Froese, D. 2014. The curious case of the Arctic mastodons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111: 18405-18406.

Ives, J.W., Froese, D., Collins, M., and Brock, F. 2014. Radiocarbon and protein analyses indicate an early holocene age for the osseous rod from Grenfell, Saskatchewan, Canada. American Antiquity, 79: 782-793.

Ives, J.W., Froese, D., Supernant, K., and Yanicki, G. 2014. Vectors, vestiges, and valhallas—rethinking the corridor. In Paleoamerican Odyssey Edited by, pp. 149-170.

Ives, J.W., Froese, D.G., Janetski, J.C., Brock, F., and Ramsey, C.B. 2014. A high resolution chronology for Steward’s Promontory Culture collections, Promontory Point, Utah. American Antiquity, 79: 616-637.

Jensen, B.J.L., Pyne-O’Donnell, S., Plunkett, G., Froese, D.G., Hughes, P.D.M., Sigl, M., McConnell, J.R., Amesbury, M.J., Blackwell, P.G., van den Bogaard, C., Buck, C.E., Charman, D.J., Clague, J.J., Hall, V.A., Koch, J., Mackay, H., Mallon, G., McColl, L., and Pilcher, J.R. 2014. Transatlantic distribution of the Alaskan White River Ash. Geology, 42: 875-878.

Kuzmina, S., Froese, D.G., Jensen, B.J.L., Hall, E., and Zazula, G.D. 2014. Middle Pleistocene (MIS 7) to Holocene fossil insect assemblages from the Old Crow basin, northern Yukon, Canada. Quaternary International, 341: 216-242.

Van Den Bogaard, C., Jensen, B.J.L., Pearce, N.J.G., Froese, D.G., Portnyagin, M.V., Ponomareva, V.V., and Wennrich, V. 2014. Volcanic ash layers in Lake El’gygytgyn: Eight new regionally significant chronostratigraphic markers for western Beringia. Climate of the Past, 10: 1041-1062.

Willerslev, E., Davison, J., Moora, M., Zobel, M., Coissac, E., Edwards, M.E., Lorenzen, E.D., Vestergård, M., Gussarova, G., Haile, J., Craine, J., Gielly, L., Boessenkool, S., Epp, L.S., Pearman, P.B., Cheddadi, R., Murray, D., Bråthen, K.A., Yoccoz, N., Binney, H., Cruaud, C., Wincker, P., Goslar, T., Alsos, I.G., Bellemain, E., Brysting, A.K., Elven, R., Sønstebø, J.H., Murton, J., Sher, A., Rasmussen, M., Rønn, R., Mourier, T., Cooper, A., Austin, J., Möller, P., Froese, D., Zazula, G., Pompanon, F., Rioux, D., Niderkorn, V., Tikhonov, A., Savvinov, G., Roberts, R.G., Macphee, R.D.E., Gilbert, M.T.P., Kjær, K.H., Orlando, L., Brochmann, C., and Taberlet, P. 2014. Fifty thousand years of Arctic vegetation and megafaunal diet. Nature, 506: 47-51.

Zdanowicz, C., Fisher, D., Bourgeois, J., Demuth, M., Zheng, J., Mayewski, P., Kreutz, K., Osterberg, E., Yalcin, K., Wake, C., Steig, E.J., Froese, D., and Goto-Azuma, K. 2014. Ice cores from the St. Elias mountains, Yukon, Canada: Their significance for climate, atmospheric composition and volcanism in the north pacific region. Arctic, 67: 35-57.


Zazula, G., Froese, D. Gerald, & Halladay, P. (2013). Ice age Old Crow : Yukon’s ancient history from north of the Arctic Circle. [Whitehorse]: Yukon Tourism and Culture.

Orlando, L., Ginolhac, A., Zhang, G., Froese, D., and 48 others. (2013) Recalibrating Equus evolution using the genome sequence of an early-Middle Pleistocene horse. Nature, 499, 74-78.

Ives, J.W., and D.G. Froese (2013) The Chobot Site (Alberta, Canada) cannot provide evidence of a cosmic impact 12,800 years ago. Discussion of Wittke et al., 2013. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A., 110, E3899.

Porter, T.M., Golding, G.B., King, G.B., Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., and H.N. Poinar. (2013). Amplicon pyrosequencing late Pleistocene permafrost: the removal of putative contaminant sequences and small-scale reproducibility, Molecular Ecology Resources, 13, 798-810.

Ives, J. Froese, D.G., Supernant, K., and G. Yanicki (in press). Vectors, Vestiges and Valhallas—Rethinking the ‘Ice Free’ Corridor. Paleoamerican Odyssey (Special Book on Peopling of the New World, Edited by T. Goebel and K. Graf, Centre for the Study of First Americans, Texas A&M). 33p + 16 Figures.

Hidy, A.J. Gosse, J.C., Froese, D.G., Bond, J.D., and Rood, D.H. (2013). A latest Pliocene age for the earliest and most extensive Cordilleran Ice Sheet in northwestern Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews, 61, 77-84.

Jensen, B.J.L., Reyes, A.V.R., Froese, D.G., and D. Stone. (2013). The Palisades is a key reference site for the middle Pleistocene of eastern Beringia: new evidence from paleomagnetics and regional tephrostratigraphy. Quaternary Science Reviews, 63, 91-108.

Turner, D.G., Ward, B.C., Bond, J.D., Jensen, B.J.L., Froese, D.G., Telka, A.M., Zazula, G.D., Bigelow, N.H. (2013) Middle to Late Pleistocene ice extents, tephrochronology and paleoenvironments of the White River area, southwest Yukon, Quaternary Science Reviews, 75, 59-77.

Demuro, M., Arnold, L.J., Froese, D.G., and Roberts, R.G. 2013. OSL dating of loess deposits bracketing Sheep Creek tephra beds, northwest Canada: Dim and problematic single-grain OSL characteristics and their effect on multi-grain age estimates. Quaternary Geochronology, 15: 67-87.

Vilstrup, J.T.,, Seguin-Orlando, A., Stiller, M., Ginolhac, A, Raghavan, M., Nielsen, S, Weinstock, J., Froese, D.G., Vasiliev, S., Ovodov, S., Clary J., Helgen, K., Fleischer, R.C., Cooper, A., Shapiro, B, Orlando, L. (in press). Mitochondrial phylogenomics of modern and ancient equids, PLOS One.

Schirrmeister, L., Froese, D.G., Tumskoy, V., Grosse, G., Wetterich, S. (in press) Yedoma: Late Pleistocene ice-rich syngenetic permafrost of Beringia. In: Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science.


Ginolhac, A., Vilstrup, J., Stenderup, J., Rasmussen, M., Stiller, M., Shapiro, B., Zazula, G., Froese, D., Steinmann, K, Thompson, J., AL-Rasheid, K, Gilbert, MTP, Willerslev, E, and L. Orlando. (2012). Improving the performance of true single molecule sequencing for ancient DNA. BMC Genomics, 177.

Calmels, F. Froese, D.G., and W.R. Clavano. (2012) Cryostratigraphic record of permafrost degradation and recovery following historic (1898-1992) surface disturbances in the Klondike region, central Yukon Territory. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 49, 938-952.

Pyne-O’Donnell, S., Hughes, P.D.M., Froese, D.G., Jensen, B.J.L., Kuehn, S.C., Mallon, G., Amesbury, M.J., Charman, D.J., Daley, T.J., Loader, N.J., Mauquoy, D., Street-Perrott, F.A., and J. Woodman-Ralph (2012) Rapid Communication: High-precision ultra-distal Holocene tephrochronology in North America. Quaternary Science Reviews, 52, 6-11.

Demuro, M, Froese, D.G., Arnold, L.J. and R.G. Roberts. Single-grain OSL dating of glaciofluvial quartz constrains Reid glaciation in NW Canada to MIS 6. (2012) Quaternary Research, 77, 305-316.

Kaufman, D.S., Jensen, B.J.L., Reyes, A.V., Schiff, C., Froese, D.G., and N.J.G. Pearce. (2012) Late Quaternary tephrostratigraphy, Ahklun Mountains, SW Alaska. Journal of Quaternary Science, 27, 344-359.


Jensen, B.J.L., Preece, S.J., Lamothe, M., Pearce, N.J.G., Froese, D.G., Westgate, J.A., Schaefer, J., Beget, J. (2011) The Variegated (VT) tephra: a new regional marker for middle to late Marine Isotope Stage 5 across Yukon and Alaska. Quaternary International, 246, 312-323.

Kuehn, S.C., Froese, D.G., and P.A. Shane and the INTAV intercomparison participants (2011). The INTAV intercomparison of electron-beam microanalysis of glass by tephrochronology laboratories, results and recommendations. Quaternary International, 246, 19-47.

Lorenzen ED, Nogués-Bravo D, Orlando L, Weinstock J, Binladen J, Marske KA, Ugan A, Borregaard MK, Gilbert MTP, Nielsen R, Ho SYW, Goebel T, Graf KE, Byers D, Stenderup JT, Rasmussen M, Campos PF, Leonard JA, Koepfli K-, Froese D, Zazula G, Stafford TW, Aaris-Sørensen K, Batra P, Haywood AM, Singarayer JS, Valdes PJ, Boeskorov G, Burns JA, Davydov SP, Haile J, Jenkins DL, Kosintsev P, Kuznetsova T, Lai X, Martin LD, McDonald HG, Mol D, Meldgaard M, Munch K, Stephan E, Sablin M, Sommer RS, Sipko T, Scott E, Suchard MA, Tikhonov A, Willerslev R, Wayne RK, Cooper A, Hofreiter M, Sher A, Shapiro B, Rahbek C, Willerslev E. 2011. Species-specific responses of late Quaternary megafauna to climate and humans. Nature, 479, 359-364.

D’Costa, C. King, V., Kalan, L., Morar, M., Wilson, S., Schwarz, C., Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., Calmels, F., Debruyne, R., Golding, G.B., Poinar, H., Wright, G.D. 2011. Antibiotic resistance is ancient. Nature, 477, 457-461.

Orlando, L., Ginolhac, A, M Raghavan, J Vilstrup, M Rasmussen, K Magnussen, K Steinmann, P Kapranov, JF Thompson, GD Zazula, DG Froese, I Moltke, B Shapiro, M Hofreiter, KAS AL-Rasheid, MTP Gilbert and E Willerslev. (2011) True single-molecule DNA sequencing of a Pleistocene horse bone”. Genome Research, 21, 1705-1719.

Preece, S.J., Westgate, J.A., Froese, D.G., Pearce, N.J.G., and WT Perkins. 2011. A catalogue of late Cenozoic tephra beds in the Klondike goldfields and adjacent areas, Yukon Territory. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 48, 1386-1418.

Evans, M.E., Jensen, B.J.L., Kravchinsky, V., and Froese, D.G. 2011. The Kamikatsura Event in the Gold Hill Loess, Alaska. Geophysical Research Letters, 38, 5p. L13302

Schweger, C.E., Froese, D.G., White, J.M., and J.A. Westgate. 2011. Pre-glacial and interglacial pollen records over the last 3 Ma from northwest Canada: Why do Holocene forests differ from those of previous interglaciations? Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, 2124-2133.

Preece, S.J., Pearce, N.J.G., Westgate, J.A., Froese, D.G., Jensen, B.J.L., and W. Perkins 2011. Old Crow tephra: a single cataclysmic eruption near the end of MIS 6 across eastern Beringia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 33, 2069-2090.

Zazula, G.D., Froese, D.G., Elias, S.A., Kuzmina, S., and Matthewes, R.W. 2011. Early Wisconsinan (MIS 4) arctic ground squirrel middens and a squirrel-eye view of the mammoth-steppe: Quaternary Science Reviews, 33, 2220-2237.

Reyes AV, Zazula GD, Kuzmina S, Ager TA, Froese D.G. 2011. Identification of last interglacial deposits in eastern Beringia: a cautionary note from the Palisades, interior Alaska. Journal of Quaternary Science. 26, 345-352.

Brock, F., Froese, D.G., and R.G. Roberts. 2011. Low temperature combustion of bulk sediments does not preclude old carbon bias. Quaternary Geochronology, 5, 625-630.

Arnold, L.J., Roberts, R.G., MacPhee, R.D.E., Haile, J.S., Brock, F., Moller, P., Froese, D.G., Tihonov, A.N., Chivas, A.R., and E. Willerslev 2011. Dirt, dates and DNA: OSL and radiocarbon chronologies of perennially-frozen sediments in Siberia, and their implications for sedimentary ancient DNA studies. Boreas, 40, 417-445


Kofman, R.S., Herd, C.D.K., and D.G. Froese. 2010. The Whitecourt Meteorite Impact Crater, Alberta, Canada, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 45, 1429-1445.

Kennedy, K.E., Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., and B. Lauriol. 2010. Last Glacial Maximum age for the northwest Laurentide maximum from the Eagle River spillway and delta complex, northern Yukon: Quaternary Science Reviews, 29, 1288-1300.

Reyes, A.V., Froese, D.G., and B.J. Jensen 2010. Response of permafrost to last interglacial warming: field evidence from non-glaciated Yukon and Alaska. Quaternary Science Reviews, 29, 3256-3274.

Kuehn, S.C., and D.G. Froese. 2010. Tephra from Ice—A Simple Method to Routinely Mount, Polish, and Quantitatively Analyze Sparse Fine Particles: Microscopy and Microanalysis, 16, 1–8, doi:10.1017/S1431927609991322

Reyes, A.V., Jensen, B.J.L., Zazula, G.D., Ager, T.A., Kuzmina, S., La Farge, C., Froese, D.G. 2010. A late-Middle Pleistocene (Marine Isotope Stage 6) vegetated surface buried by Old Crow tephra at the Palisades, interior Alaska: Quaternary Science Reviews, 29, 801-811.

Wolfe, B., Humphries, M., Pisaric, M, Balusubramaniam, A., Burn, C., Chan, L., Cooley, D., Froese, D., Graupe, S., Hall, R.I., Lantz, T., Porter, T., Roy-Leveillee, P., Turner, K., Wesche, S., and M Williams. 2010. Environmental change and traditional use of the Old Crow Flats in northern Canada: An IPY opportunity to meet the challenges of the new northern research paradigm, Arctic, 64, 127-135.

Szpak, P., Grocke, D.R., Debruyne, R., MacPhee, R.D.E., Guthrie, R.D., Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., Patterson, W.P. Poinar, H.N. 2010. Regional differences in bone collagen [delta]13C and [delta]15N of Pleistocene mammoths: Implications for paleoecology of the mammoth-steppe: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 286 (1-2), 88-96.


Haile, J. Froese, D.G., MacPhee, R.D.E., Roberts, R.G., Arnold, L.J., Reyes, A.V., Rasmussen, M., Nielson, R. Brook, B.W., Robinson, S., Demuro, M. Gilbert, M.T.P., Munch, K., Austin, J. Cooper, A., Barnes, I., and E. Willerslev. 2009. Ancient DNA reveals late survival of mammoth and horse in interior Alaska. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA, 106, 22352-23357.

Lacelle, D., St.Jean, M., Clarke, I.D., Lauriol, B., Froese, D.G., Kuehn, S.K., and G.D. Zazula 2009. Burial history of a relict snowbank body and vegetation by the Dawson tephra (25,300 14C years BP), Ogilvie Mountains, central Yukon, Canada, Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 3401-3413.

Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., Froese, D.G., Telka, A., Storer, J.B., Pearce, N.J.G., Enkin, R.J., Jackson, L.E. Jr., Lebarge, W.P., and W.T. Perkins 2009, Gold Run tephra: A Middle Pleistocene stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental marker across west-central Yukon Territory, Canada: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 46, 465-478.

Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., Sanborn, P., Reyes, A.V. and N.J.P Pearce. 2009. The Klondike goldfields and Pleistocene environments of Beringia: GSA Today, 19 (8), 4-10.

Froese, D.G., Reyes, A.V., Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J. 2009. Implications of ancient ice: response: Science, 323 (5915), 714-715.

Kuehn, S., Froese, D.G., Foit, N., Carrara, P., Pearce, N.J.P., and Rotheisler, P., 2009, Late Pleistocene Glacier Peak tephra set revisited and revised: Major and trace element characterization, new distribution and chronology in western North America: Quaternary Research, 71, 201-216.

Thomsen, P.F., Elias, S., Gilbert, M.T.P., Haile, J., Munch, K., Kuzmina, S., Froese, D.G., Sher, A., Holdoway, R., and E. Willerslev. 2009. How far can non-destructive sampling studies of ancient insect DNA take us? PLoS One, 4 (4), e5408.


Froese, D.G., Lowe, D.J., Knott, J.R., and Slate, J.L. (eds), 2008, Global tephra studies: John Westgate and Andrei Sarna-Wojcicki commemorative volume: Quaternary International, 178, 306p.

Froese, D.G., Westgate, J.A., Reyes, A.V., Enkin, R.J., and S.J. Preece, 2008 Ancient permafrost and a future, warmer Arctic: Science, 321, 1648.

Herd, C.D.K., Froese, D.G., Walton, E.L., Kofman, R.S., Herd, E.P.K., and Duke, J., 2008, Anatomy of a young impact event in central Alberta: Prospects for the ‘missing’ Holocene impact record: Geology, 36, 955-958.

Lakeman, T.R., Clague, J.J., Menounos, B., Osborn, G.D., Jensen, B.J.L., and Froese, D.G. 2008, Holocene tephras in lake cores from northern British Columbia: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 45, 935-947.

Livingston, J., Smith, D.G., Froese, D.G., and Hugenholtz, C., 2008, Floodplain stratigraphy of the ice jam dominated middle Yukon River: a new approach to longterm flood frequency: Hydrological Processes. 23, 357-371. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7106

Ward, B.C., Bond, J.D., Froese, D.G., and Jensen, B.J.L., 2008, Old Crow tephra (140 ± 10 ka) constrains penultimate Reid glaciation in central Yukon Territory: Quaternary Science Reviews, 27, 1909-1915.

Dubruyne, R., Chu, G., King, C., Bos, K., Kuch, M., Schwarz, C., Szpak, P., Grocke, D., Matheus, P., Zazula, G., Guthrie, D., Froese, D., Buigues, B., De Marliave, C., Flemming, C., Poinar, D., Fisher, D., Southon, D., Tikhonov, A.N., Macphee, R.D.E., and Poinar, H. 2008. Out of America: Ancient DNA evidence for a new world origin of late Quaternary Woolly Mammoths: Current Biology, 18, 1320-1326.

Demuro, M., Roberts, R. G., Froese, D. G., Arnold, L. J., Brock, F., and Ramsey, C. B. 2008. Optically stimulated luminescence dating of single and multiple grains of quartz from perennially frozen loess in western Yukon Territory, Canada: Comparison with radiocarbon chronologies for the late Pleistocene Dawson tephra. Quaternary Geochronology 3, 346-364.

Jensen, B. J. L., Froese, D. G., Preece, S. J., Westgate, J. A., and Stachel, T., 2008. An extensive middle to late Pleistocene tephrochronologic record from east-central Alaska: Quaternary Science Reviews 27, 411-427.

Westgate, J. A., Preece, S. J., Froese, D. G., Pearce, N. J. G., Roberts, R. G., Demuro, M., Hart, W. K., and Perkins, W., 2008. Changing ideas on the identity and stratigraphic significance of the Sheep Creek tephra beds in Alaska and the Yukon Territory, northwestern North America: Quaternary International 178, 183-209.


Johnson, S.S., Hebsgaard, M.B., Christensen, T.R., Mastepanov, M., Nielsen, R., Munch, K., Brand, T., Gilbert, M.T.P., Zuber, M.T., Bunce, M., Ronn, R., Gilichinsky, D., Froese, D., and Willerslev, E., 2007. Ancient bacteria show evidence of DNA repair: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104, p. 14401-14405.

Robinson, S., Beaudoin, A. B., Froese, D. G., Doubt, J., and Clague, J. J., 2007. Plant macrofossils associated with an early Holocene beaver dam in interior Alaska: Arctic 60, 430-438.

Wooller, M.J., Zazula, G.D., Edwards, M., Froese, D.G., Boone, R.D., Parker, C., and Bennett, B. 2007. Stable Carbon Isotope Compositions of Eastern Beringian Grasses and Sedges: Investigating Their Potential as Paleoenvironmental Indicators. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 39, 318-331.

Zazula, G.D., Froese, D.G., Elias, S.A., Kuzmina, S., and Mathewes, R.W. 2007. Arctic ground squirrels of the mammoth-steppe: paleoecology of Late Pleistocene middens (~24 000-29 450 14C yr BP), Yukon Territory, Canada: Quaternary Science Reviews 26, 979-1003.


Clague, J.J., van Dorp, R.D., Luckman, B.H., Gilbert, R., Froese, D.G., Jensen, B.J., and Reyes, A.V., 2006. Rapid changes in the level of Kluane Lake in Yukon Territory over the last millennium. Quaternary Research 66, 342-355.

Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., and Reyes, A.V., 2006. Seasonality of the late Pleistocene Dawson tephra and the exceptional preservation of a buried riparian surface in central Yukon Territory: Quaternary Science Reviews 25, p. 1542-1551.

Sanborn, P.T., Smith, C.A.S., Froese, D.G., and Zazula, G.D., and Westgate, J.A., 2006. Full-glacial paleosols in perennially frozen loess sequences, Klondike goldfields, Yukon Territory, Canada: Quaternary Research 66, p. 147-157.


Froese, D.G., Smith, D.G. and Clement, D.T., 2005. Characterizing large river history with shallow geophysics: Middle Yukon River, Yukon Territory and Alaska: Geomorphology 67, 391-406.

Clague, J.J., Froese, D.G., Hutchinson, I., James, T.S. and Simon, K.M., 2005. Early growth of the last Cordilleran ice sheet deduced from glacioisostatic depression in southwest British Columbia, Canada: Quaternary Research, 63, 53-59.

Zazula, G.D., Froese, D.G., Westgate, J.A., La Farge, C. and Matthewes, R.W., 2005. Paleoecology of Beringian “packrat” middens from central Yukon Territory, Canada: Quaternary Research 63 189-198.

Weinstock, J., Willerslev, E., Sher, A., Tong, W., Ho, S.Y.W., Rubenstein, D., Storer, J., Burns, J., Martin, L., Bravi, C., Prieto, A., Froese, D., Scott, E., Xulong, L. and Cooper, A., 2005. Evolution, Systematics, and Phylogeography of Pleistocene Horses in the New World: A Molecular Perspective: PLoS Biology, 3, 1373-1379.


Duk Rodkin, A., Barendregt, R.W., Froese, D.G., Weber, F.R., Enkin, R., Smith, I.R., Waters, P., Klassen, R.W. and Zazula, G.D., 2004. Timing and extent of Plio-Pleistocene glaciations in northwestern Canada and east-central Alaska. In: J. Ehlers and P. Gibbard (Editors), Quaternary Glaciations – Extent and Chronology, Part II: North America. Developments in Quaternary Science. Elsevier, 346-382.

Shapiro, B., Drummond, A.J., Rambaut, A., Wilson, M.C., Matheus, P.E., Sher, A.V., Pybus, O.G., Gilbert, M.T.P., Barnes, I., Binladen, J., Willerslev, E., Hansen, A.J., Baryshnikov, G.F., Burns, J.A., Davydov, S., Driver, J.C., Froese, D.G., Harington, C.R., Keddie, G., Kosintsev, P., Kunz, M.L., Martin, L.D., Stephenson, R.O., Storer, J., Tedford, R., Zimov, S. and Cooper, A., 2004. Rise and Fall of the Beringian Steppe Bison: Science 306, 1561-1565.


Froese, D.G., Smith, D.G., Ager, T.A., Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., Sandhu, A., Enkin, R.J. and F. Weber, F., 2003. Recurring middle Pleistocene outburst floods in east-central Alaska: Quaternary Research, 60, 50-62.

Zazula, G.D., Froese, D.G., Schweger, C.E., Mathewes, R.W., Beaudoin, A.B., Telka, A.M., Harington, C.R., and Westgate, J.A., 2003. Late Pleistocene steppe macrofossils in east Beringia: Nature, 423, p. 603.


Baines, D., Smith, D.G., Froese, D.G., Baumann, P., and Niemann, G., 2002. Electrical Resistivity Ground Imaging (ERGI): A new tool in fluvial sedimentology: Sedimentology 49, 441-449.

Froese, D.G., Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., and Storer, J., 2002 Age and significance of Dawson tephra in eastern Beringia: Quaternary Science Reviews, 20-21, 2133-2138.


Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., Froese, D.G., Walter, R.C., and Schweger, C.A., 2001. Tephrochronology dates two extensive glaciations in Yukon Territory: Quaternary Research, 56, 288-306.


Froese, D.G.. Barendregt, R.W., Enkin, R.J, and Baker, J., 2000. Paleomagnetic evidence for multiple late Pliocene-early Pleistocene glaciations in the Klondike area, Yukon Territory: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 37, 863-877.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Calmels, F., W.R. Clavano and Froese, D.G.. “Progress on X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanning in permafrost studies.” In. Canadian Geotechnical Society and Canadian National Committee of International Permafrost Association, 6 p, September 2010.

Calmels, F. and Froese, D.G.. “Dating recent permafrost disturbance and recovery with tritium and post-bomb radiocarbon isotopes.” In Canadian Geotechnical Society and Canadian National Committee of International Permafrost Association, 6 p, September 2010.

Davies, M.R., Froese, D.G., and Cruden, D.M. 2005. Klapperhorn Mountain debris flows, Yellowhead Pass, British Columbia. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Landslide Risk Assessment, D010, 6p.

Non-refereed Papers- Editorials, Current Research Reports, Geologic Maps

Zazula, G.D., and D.G. Froese 2011. Ice Age Klondike. Government of Yukon, 36 p.

Calmels, F., and Froese, D.G.. 2009. Cryostratigraphic record of permafrost degradation and recovery following historic surface disturbances, Klondike area, Yukon. In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2008, L.H. Weston, L.R. Blackburn and L.L. Lewis (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. 85-97.

Froese, D.G., Lowe, D.J., Knott, J.R. and Slate, J.L., 2008. Global tephra studies: John Westgate and Andrei Sarna-Wojcicki commemorative volume, Quaternary International 178, 1-3.

Froese, D.G., Alloway, B.V., and Lowe, D.J., 2008, John A. Westgate–Global tephrochronologist, stratigrapher, mentor: Quaternary International 178, p. 4-9.

Kennedy, K.E., and Froese, D.G., 2008. Aggregate resource exploration using a process-depositional model of meltwater channel development in the Eagle Plains area, northern Yukon: In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2007, D.S. Emond, L.R. Blackburn, R.P. Hill and L.H. Weston (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. 169-178.

Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., Sandhu, A. and Froese, D.G., 2003. Age of the gold-bearing White Channel gravel of the Klondike goldfields: In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2002, D.S. Emond and L.L. Lewis (eds.), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon Region, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 241-250.

Zazula, G.D., Froese, D.G., Telka, A., Mathewes, R., and Westgate, J.A., 2003. Plants, bugs and a giant mammoth tusk: Paleoecology of Last Chance Creek, Klondike area, Yukon Territory: In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2002, D.S. Emond and L.L. Lewis (eds.), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon Region, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 251-258.

Jackson, L.E., Froese, D.G., Telka, A., Westgate, J.A., Preece, S.J., Storer, J., and Huscroft, C., 2002. Late Cenozoic Geology Ancient Pacific Margin NATMAP project, Report 5: Paleoecology sampling and paleoclimate records, south Klondike placer district, Yukon Territory: Geological Survey of Canada Current Research 2002-A2, 16p.

Froese, D.G., R.J. Enkin, and Smith, D.G., 2001. Placer depositional settings and their ages along Dominion Creek, Klondike area, Yukon: In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2000, D.S. Emond, and L.H. Weston (eds), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 159-169.

Sandhu, A. S., J.A. Westgate, S.J. Preece, and Froese, D.G., 2001. Glass-fission-track ages of late Cenozoic distal tephra beds in the Klondike district, Yukon Territory: In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2000, D.S. Emond and L.H. Weston (eds.), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 247-256.

Froese, D.G. and Smith, D.G., 2000. Ground penetrating radar investigation of the upper Yukon River valley between White River, Yukon and Eagle, Alaska: In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 1999, D.S. Emond and L.H. Weston (eds.), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 211-216.

Shimamura, K., Froese, D.G., and Jackson, L.E., 2000. Late Cenozoic geology, Ancient Pacific Margin NATMAP Project, report 1: long-baseline, dual-frequency GPS static positioning trial, Stewart River map area, Yukon Territory: Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research 2000-A2, 6p.

Froese, D.G. and Hein, F.J., 1996. Sedimentology of a high level terrace placer gold deposit, Klondike Valley, Yukon: In: Yukon Quaternary Geology- Current Research, vol. 1, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Northern Affairs Canada, p.13-26.

Field Guides and Proceedings volumes

Froese, D.G., Westgate, J.A. and Alloway, B.V., 2005. Field Trip Guide for the International Field Conference and Workshop of Tephrochronology and Volcanism: Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Science Report 2005/26, 132p.

Alloway, B.V., Froese, D.G., and Westgate, J.A., 2005. Proceedings of the International Field Conference and Workshop of Tephrochronology and Volcanism: Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Science Report 2005/27, 102p.

Froese, D.G., Matheus, P., and Rasic, J., 2003. Beringian environments and heritage of the Upper Yukon River: A field workshop from Dawson City, Yukon through Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve, Alaska, May 30-June 3, 2003, 62p

Froese, D.G. and Zazula, G.D., 2003. Fieldguide to Quaternary Research in the Klondike Goldfields, Yukon Territory. Yukon Heritage Branch Occasional Papers in Earth Science 6, 69p.

Froese, D.G., Duk-Rodkin, A., and Bond, J.D., 2001. Fieldguide to Quaternary Research in central and western Yukon Territory. Yukon Heritage Branch Occasional Papers in Earth Science 2, 102p.

Geologic Maps

Froese, D.G., 2004. Surficial Geology, Medrick Creek (115O/16), Yukon Territory, Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 4593. Geological Survey of Canada.

Froese, D.G., 2005. Surficial Geology of Flat Creek (115 O/15) Yukon Territory, Open File 4592. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa.

Froese, D.G. and Jackson, L.E. Jr., 2005. Surficial Geology, Grand Forks, Yukon Territory 115O/14, Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 4591.

Froese, D.G. and Jackson, L.E. Jr., 2005. Surficial geology, Granville, Yukon Territory (NTS 115-O/10) Geological Survey of Canada Open File 4587.