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Memorial to Thomas W. Fluhr, 1898-1987. Memorials - Geological Society of America 19, 93-97., 1989.
New York State Geological Survey (NYSGS), in: , The Encyclopedia Of New York State. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, p. 1097., 2005.
In Celebration; New York Observes Sesquicentennial. Geotimes 30, 9-11., 1985.
Neotectonics and Seismicity in the Eastern Great Lakes Basin. Special Issue Tectonophysics., 2002.
Workshop on Geology and Radon. Northeastern Environmental Science 7, 63-69., 1988.
Delineation of Tectonic Provinces of New York State as a Component of Seismic-Hazard Evaluation. Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences 26, 142-173., 2004.
Practical Applications of Geological Methods at the West Valley Low-level Radioactive Waste Burial Ground, Western New York. Northeastern Environmental Science 4, 116-148., 1985.
Summary of State Activities-New York, 1999-2000. The State Geologists Journal LII, 61-66., 2000.
Seismic Hazards of the West Valley Demonstration Project. Albany, New York., 2001.
James Hall and the Products of His Factory; In Commemoration of the Sesquicentennial of the New York State Geological Survey. Earth Sciences History 6, 1-2., 1987.
Seismic-Risk Evaluation in Cities of New York and Surrounding Regions: Issues Related to all Intraplate Cities, in: , Earth Science In The City: A Reader. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C., pp. 75-119. doi:10.1029/SP056p0075, 2003.
Address at opening of the Rensselaer Center of Applied Geology. Northeastern Geology 5, 111-113., 1983.
Citation for Robert A. Levich, CPG-06477, 2000 recipient of the Martin Van Couvering Memorial Award. The Professional Geologist 37, 35-36., 2000.
Association of American State Geologists Earth Science Education Source Book. Washington, D. C., 1996.
The New York State Museum; Child of the Geological Survey that Grew to be its Guardian. Earth Sciences History 6, 125-133. doi:10.17704/eshi.6.1.9w66h2g183510672, 1987.
Seismic-reflection profiles of the central part of the Clarendon–Linden fault system of western New York in relation to regional seismicity, in: , Neotectonics And Seismicity In The Eastern Great Lakes Basin. pp. 215-262. doi:10.1016/S0040-1951(02)00282-2, 2002.
Marketing Analysis of the Sand and Gravel Business Using Central-place Theory and Surficial Geology Maps, in: , Proceedings; Fourteenth Annual Forum On The Geology Of Industrial Minerals. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 40-52., 1980.
Tectonic Subdivisions of the Mid-Proterozoic Adirondack Highlands in Northeastern New York. Northeastern Geology 16, 82-93., 1994.
Geology of the Wine Country, New York; Guidebook. Albany, New York., 1989.
Trans-Adirondack Mountains Structural Discontinuities, in: , Proceedings Of The Sixth International Conference On Basement Tectonics. International Basement Tectonics Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 64-75., 1986.