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Perch Lake's Enigmatic Mounds. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 14-15., 2008.
Introduction to the Perch Lake Mounds. Bulletin Jefferson County Historical Society 33, 8-10., 2004.
Rediscovering This Earth: Some Ethnogeological Aspects of the Illinois Valley Hopewell Mounds, in: , Recreating Hopewell. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, pp. 402-426., 2006.
Report on Oil and Gas Activities for 1959 in New York State. American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers Transactions., 1959.
Annual Report, Oil and Gas Activity in New York. International Oil Scouts Association Annual Year Book 36., 1966.
Exploration in New York, in: International Oil And Gas Development Review-1961, Part 1. International Oil Scouts Association, pp. 219-226., 1962.
Northfield Tunnel's Ancient Life. Kaatskill Life 18, 32-35., 2003.
The Gilboa Fossils, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 2003.
A Look Back: James Hall 1811-1898. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1, 6., 2005.
Edwin Bradford Hall: Devonian Sponge Collector Extraordinaire. Earth Sciences History 22, 209-218. doi:10.17704/eshi.22.2.t4m3388558qr2226, 2003.
Gebhards of Schoharie Were Geological Pioneers. Schoharie County Historical Review 70, 17-22., 2006.
Earth's Oldest Liverworts--Metzgeriothallus sharonae sp. nov. from the Middle Devonian (Givetian) of Eastern New York. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 148, 154-162. doi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2007.09.002, 2008.
Where was Ebenezer Emmons' House?. Earth Sciences History 26, 173-174. doi:10.17704/eshi.26.1.q460m1967ht43814, 2007.
Silas Watson Ford: A Major But Little-known Contributor to the Cambrian Paleontology of North America. Earth Sciences History 18, 246-263. doi:10.17704/eshi.18.2.71355x54266626l1, 1999.
A Look Back: Remembering State Paleontologist Winifred Goldring. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2, 5., 2006.
A Final Report on Human Burials Associated with the General Hospital at Fort George and the Quebec Campaign of 1775-1776: Cortland Street, Lake George. The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 134, 40-48., 2020.
Evaluation of John Boyd Thacher Park, Albany County, New York, For its Merit in Meeting National Criteria as a National Natural Landmark, Final Report. Submitted to the National Park Service. Massachusetts Geological Survey., 2018.
The Collapse of 'Chimney Rock'--The Cliffs in Action at Thatcher Park. Friends of Thacher and Thompsons Lake State Parks Newsletter 16, 1., 2012.