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Miller, N.G., 1973. 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.
Miller, N.G., 1995. Consolida regalis S. Gray Naturalized in Genesee County, New York. NYFA (New York Flora Association) Newsletter 6, 6, 7.
Miller, N.G., Leonardi, L., 2003. The Pine Bush Bryophyte Flora, in: Barnes, J.K. (Ed.), Natural History Of The Albany Pine Bush. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 35- 36.
Miller, N.G., 1996. Liverworts, in: Gawler, S.C., Albright, J.J., Vickery, P.D., Smith, F.C. (Eds.), Biological Diversity In Maine: An Assessment Of Status And Trends In The Terrestrial And Freshwater Landscape. Maine Natural Areas Program, pp. 18-19.
Miller, N.G., 1990. Plant macrofossils, in: Morgan, A.V. (Ed.), Biological Techniques In Paleoecological Interpretation. Quaternary Sciences Institute. University of Waterloo, Ontario, pp. 30-72.
Miller, N.G., 1994. The Consortium of State Biological Surveys. Association of Systematics Collections Newsletter 22, 6, 7.
Miller, N.G., 1984. Tertiary and Quaternary fossils, in: Schuster, R.M. (Ed.), New Manual Of Bryology, Volume 2. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, pp. 1194-1237.
Miller, N.G., 2005. Flora and Vegetation, in: Eisenstadt, P., Moss, L.E.-. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia Of New York State. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, pp. 573-574.
Miller, N.G., 2008. Contemporary and Prior Environments of the Hyde Park, New York, Mastodon, on the Basis of Associated Plant Macrofossils, in: Allmon, W.D., Nester, P.L. (Eds.), Mastodon Paleobiology, Taphonomy, And Paleoenvironment In The Late Pleistocene Of New York State: Studies On The Hyde Park, Chemung, And North Java Sites. Paleontological Research Institute, Ithaca, New York, pp. 151-181.

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