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Bedrock Geology of the Westerlo Quadrangle, New York. Map & Chart Series., 2010.
Shallow-water onlap model for the deposition of Devonian black shales in New York, USA: COMMENT. Geology 47, e495. doi:10.1130/G46928C.1, 2019.
Bulge Migration and Pinnacle Reef Development, Devonian Appalachian Basin. Journal of Geology 108, 339-352., 2000.
Silicic Appalachian magmatism during the Ordovician and Devonian: Perspectives from the Foreland Basin, and the Hinterland. New York State Geological Association, Annual Meeting Guidebook 84, A7-1 - A7-59., 2012.
Bedrock Geology of the Rensselaerville Quadrangle, New York. Map & Chart Series., 2011.
The Classic Devonian of the Catskill Front: A Foreland Basin Record of Acadian Orogenesis, 81st Annual Meeting Guidebook. Albany, New York., 2009.
Adding Complexity to Late Archaic Research in the Northeast Appalachians, in: , Archaeology Of The Appalachian Highlands. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee, pp. 121-133., 2001.
Evidence for Three-Toed Sloth (Bradypus variegatus) Predation by Spectacled Owl (Pulsatrix perspicillata). Edentata 8-10, 15-20. doi:10.1896/020.010.0113, 2009.
A Genome-wide Perspective on the Evolutionary History of Enigmatic Wolf-like Canids. Genome Research 21, 1294-1305. doi:10.1101/gr.116301.110, 2011.
Larva of Abablemma (Noctuidae) with Notes on Algivory and Lichenivory in Macrolepidoptera. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101, 40-52., 2008.
A New Zanclognatha from Eastern North America and a Preliminary Key to the Larvae of the Genus. ZooKeys 149, 89-101. doi:10.3897/zookeys.149.2348, 2011.
Geometroid caterpillars of Northeastern and Appalachian Forests, Forest Service Circular. United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., 2001.
New Species of Fossils from the Chazy and Trenton Limestones. New York State Museum Annual Report 31, 68-71., 1879.
New Species of Fosslls from the Trenton Group of New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 35, 207-214., 1884.
Eggs of the Trilobite. New York State Museum Annual Report 31, 66-67., 1879.
Some Sections of Trilobites from the Trenton Limestone. New York State Museum Annual Report 31, 61-65., 1879.
Discovery of the Remains of the Natatory and Branchial Appendages of Trilobites. New York State Museum Annual Report 28, 89-92., 1879.
New Species of Fossils from the Calcif'erous Formation. New York State Museum Annual Report 32, 129-131., 1879.
Mitochondrial DNA Analysis Indicates Sea Lampreys Are Indigenous to Lake Ontario: Response to Comment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138, 1190-1197. doi:10.1577/T08-035R.1, 2009.