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2008 OSL ages of upper Quaternary eolian sand and paleosols, northwest Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 30, p. 39-49. (S. A. Hall, R. J. Goble, and G. R. Raymond)
2008 Archaeological geology of the Mescalero Sands, southeastern New Mexico: Plains Anthropologist, v. 53, p. 279-290. (S. A. Hall and R. J. Goble)
2007 Unusual Holocene alluvial record from Rio del Oso, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: Paleoclimatic and archaeological significance: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 58th Field Conference, p. 459-468. (S. A. Hall and R. D. Periman)
2006 Geomorphology, stratigraphy, and luminescence age of the Mescalero Sands, southeastern New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 57th Field Conference, p. 297-310. (S. A. Hall and R. J. Goble)
2005 Ice Age vegetation and flora of New Mexico, in Lucas, S. G., Morgan, G. S., and Zeigler, K. E., eds., New Mexico’s Ice Ages: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin No. 28, p. 171-183.
2002 Field Guide to the Geoarchaeology of the Mescalero Sands, southeastern New Mexico: Bureau of Land Management, Santa Fe, and Historic Preservation Division, Santa Fe, 55 p., 6 pl.
2002 Early irrigation on the Colorado Plateau near Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico: American Antiquity, v. 67, p. 665-676. (J. E. Damp, S. A. Hall, S. J. Smith)
2001 Geochronology and paleoenvironments of the glacial-age Tahoka Formation, Texas and New Mexico: New Mexico Geology, v. 23, p. 71-77.
2000 Comparison of pollen sampling with a Burkard Spore Trap and a Tauber Trap in a warm temperate climate: Grana, v. 39, p. 294-302. (E. Levetin, C. A. Rogers, S. A. Hall)
1997 Pollen analysis and woodrat middens: Re-evaluation of Quaternary vegetational history in the American Southwest: Southwestern Geographer, v. 1, p. 25-43.
1996 Pollen, stratigraphy, and chronology of the north edge of Zuni Pueblo. The Kiva, v. 61, p. 225-239. (S. A. Hall and T. J. Ferguson)
1996 Middle Paleolithic behaviorial organization: 1993 excavation of Tor Faraj, southern Jordan. Journal of Field Archaeology, v. 23, pl 31-53. (D. O. Henry, S. A. Hall, H. J. Hietala, Y. E. Demidenko, V. I. Usik, A. M. Rosen, and P. A. Thomas)
1995 Grassland vegetation in the Southern Great Plains during the last glacial maximum. Quaternary Research, v. 44, 237-245. (S. A. Hall and S. Valastro, Jr.)
1993 Archaeological palynology in the United States: A critique. American Antiquity, v. 58, p. 277-286. (V. M. Bryant, Jr., and S. A. Hall)
1990 Channel trenching and climatic change in the southern U. S. Great Plains: Geology, v. 18, p. 342-345.
1990 Holocene landscapes of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico; geomorphic, climatic, and cultural dynamics, in Lasca, N.P., and Donahue, J., eds., Archaeological Geology of North America: Geol. Soc. Amer., Centennial Special Volume 4, p. 323-334.
1988 Environment and archaeology of the Central Osage Plains: Plains Anthropologist, v. 33, p. 203-218.
1988 Prehistoric vegetation and environment at Chaco Canyon: American Antiquity, v. 53, p. 582-592.
1985 Quaternary pollen analysis and vegetational history of the Southwest, in:V. M. Bryant, Jr., and R. G. Holloway, eds., Pollen Records of Late-Quaternary North American Sediments: Amer. Assoc. Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation, Dallas, p. 95-123.
1984 Buried trees, water table fluctuations, and 3000 years of changing climate in west-central Oklahoma: Quaternary Research, v. 22, p. 129-133. (S. A. Hall and C. Lintz)
1982 Late Holocene paleoecology of the Southern Plains: Quaternary Research, v. 17, p. 391-407.
1981 Deteriorated pollen grains and the interpretation of Quaternary pollen diagrams: Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, v. 32, p. 193-206.
1977 Late Quaternary sedimentation and paleoecologic history of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 88, p. 1593-1618.
1977 Cretaceous and Tertiary dinoflagellates from Seymour Island, Antarctica: Nature, v. 267, p. 239-241.
1968 A paleosol in central Oklahoma and its archaeological significance: Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society, v. 16, p. 151-154.