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Non-Destructive Archaeological Surveys at the Douw 1 Site. The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 134, 49-60., 2020.
One Family's Struggle to Maintain its Priveleged Heritage at Van Schaick Island, Cohoes, New York: 1760-1852. The Bulletin and Journal of the New York State Archaeological Society 133, 17-35., 2019.
An analysis of network brokerage and geographic location in fifteenth-century AD Northern Iroquoia. PLOS ONE 14, e0209689. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209689, 2019.
New Data on Paleoindian Sites and Isolated Finds in the Wallkill/Rondout Valley of New York and New Jersey, in: , In The Eastern Fluted Point Tradition Ii. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 292-325., 2018.
Coupling Lithic Sourcing with Least Cost Path Analysis to Model Paleoindian Pathways in Northeastern North America. American Antiquity 83, 462-484. doi:10.1017/aaq.2018.25, 2018.
Paleoindian Landscapes in Southeastern and Central New York. PaleoAmerica 3, 351-363. doi:10.1080/20555563.2017.1383086, 2017.
Maize and Pits: Late Prehistoric Occupations of the Hurley Site in the Esopus Creek Valley, Ulster County, New York. Archaeology of Eastern North America 45, 133-160., 2017.
Current Archaeological Research on Paleoindian Sites in Central New York, in: , Late Pleistocene Geology, Environments And Archaeology In The Oneida Basin And Ontario Lowland Of Central New York. pp. 1-33., 2016.
Paleoindian Occupations in Central New York, in: , Glacial Geology Of Cayuga County Of The Eastern Finger Lakes: Lakes, Lore And Landforms. Guidebook For 77Th Annual Reunion Of The Northeastern Friends Of The Pleistocene Field Conference, June 7-8, 2014, Auburn, New York. The New York State Geological Survey, New York State Museum and New York State Education Department, Albany., 2014.
Testing the Paleo-Maritime Hypothesis for Glacial Lake Iroquois: Implications for Changing Views of Past Culture and Technology, in: , The Archaeology Of Maritime Landscapes. Springer, New York, New York, pp. 27-43. doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-8210-0_2, 2011.