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Correlation of the Hadrynian, Cambrian and Ordovician Rocks in New York State. New York State Museum Map and Chart Series., 1977.
Bedrock Geology of the Central Mohawk Valley, New York. New York State Museum and Science Service Map and Chart Series., 1980.
New Mountains from Old Rocks; the Adirondacks, New York State Museum Education Leaflet. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1980.
Emmons, Hall, Mather and Vanuxem; The Four "Horsemen" of the New York State Geological Survey (1836-1841). Northeastern Geology 3, 29-46., 1981.
The Geologic Past, in: , Colossal Cataract; The Gologic History Of Niagara Falls. State University of New York Press, Albany, New York, pp. 16-62., 1981.
Introduction, in: , Colossal Cataract; The Geologic History Of Niagara Falls. State University of New York Press, Alexandria, New York, pp. 1-15., 1981.
The World of Coelophysis; A New York Dinosaur of 200 Million Years Ago, New York State Museum and Science Service Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1981.
Why Not A State Fossil for New York?. The Conservationist 36, 8-13., 1982.
Bedrock Geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York. New York State Museum and Science Service Map and Chart Series., 1984.
Our New State Fossil; The Old Eurypterid. The Conservationist 39, 50-51., 1984.
John Mason Clarke; James Hall's Protege-Successor. Earth Sciences History 6, 114-118., 1987.
Lower Devonian Limestones, Helderberg Escarpment, New York, in: , Centennial Field Guide. Geolical Society of America, Boulder, Colorado, pp. 119-122., 1987.