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Lab number
Material dated
aspen? charcoal; charbon de tremble?
Taxa dated
Populus sp. (10 g, id. by A. Long and J.H. McAndrews)
on the north bank of the Saskatchewan River, 267 m asl, opposite the outlet of Pasquia River, Manitoba
Map sheet
63 F/14
M. Tamplin
Date submitted
March 24, 0097
Measured Age
280 ± 100
Normalized Age
280 ± 100
δ13C (per mil)
Woodland, Selkirk?; Sylvicole
Stratigraphic component
Component 1
Unit 4n4w, on top of clay-silt layer above Layer 1a, 75 cm below datum
Associated taxa
see A-1293
FkMh-5, Pas Reserve: This stratified campsite has four components, Selkirk, Avonlea, Laurel, and Duncan from youngest to oldest, but they are not always well separated stratigraphically. In 1992, a burial was discovered during a basement excavation near the campsite. The burial was accompanied by three projectile points, including a Besant point and two previously unknown types. The campsite has been reported with an incorrect Borden designation, FlMh-2.