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Late-glacial and Postglacial Vegetation Change in Southwestern New York State, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1973.
The Caricaceae in the Southeastern United States. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 63, 411-427., 1982.
Extent of exploration in temperate North America; summarizing comments. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 71, 467, 468., 1982.
The Identity of the Pleistocene Mosses Drepanocladus minnesotensis and Neocalliergon integrifolium (Amblystegiaceae). Brittonia 35, 87-92. doi:10.2307/2806057, 1983.
Fossombronia in Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 23, 157-163., 1984.
Plant Associations and Edaphic Features of a High Arctic Mesotopographic Setting. Arctic and Alpine Research 16, 11-23. doi:10.2307/1551167, 1984.
Tertiary and Quaternary fossils, in: , New Manual Of Bryology, Volume 2. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, pp. 1194-1237., 1984.
Fossil evidence of the dispersal and establishment of mosses as gametophyte fragments. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 11, 71-78., 1985.
Species Concepts in Bryophytes: Traditional and Innovative Approaches. Bryologist 88, 169-222., 1985.
New York State Museum, Sesquicentennial of the Biological and Geological Surveys. Association of Systematics Collections Newsletter 14, 25-29., 1986.
Review of: A. F. Dyer and J. G. Duckett, The Experimental Biology of Bryophytes. American Scientist 74, 86., 1986.
Late Quaternary fossil moss floras of eastern North America: evidence of major floristic changes during the late Pleistocene-early Holocene transition. Symposia Biologica Hungarica 35, 343-360., 1987.
Paleohydrological implications of Holocene peatland development in northern Michigan. Quaternary Research 27, 297-311. doi:10.1016/0033-5894(87)90085-8, 1987.
Phytogeography and paleoecology of a late Pleistocene moss assemblage from northern Vermont. Mem. New York Bot. Garden 45, 242-258., 1987.
Recent discoveries in the New York State bryoflora. Evansia 4, 12-14., 1987.
Review of: W. B. Schofield, Introduction to Bryology. American Scientist 75, 433., 1987.
The late Quaternary Hiscock Site, Genesee County, New York: paleoecological studies based on pollen and plant macrofossils. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 33, 83-93 + foldout., 1988.
Review of: C. Oostendorp, The Bryophytes of the Palaeozoic and the Mesozoic. Bryologist 91, 69., 1988.
Review of: J. C. Ritchie Postglacial Vegetation of Canada. Bryologist 91, 249., 1988.