C. Servetnick, T. C. Madrigal, and E. Davis
2019 Fair Winds and Following Seas: Threats to New Jersey’s Coastal Heritage. ESRI User Conference Map Gallery, San Diego, CA.

2018 A Camel at Greenwich? Zooarchaeology and Negative Evidence for Camels in Roman Britain.

E. Shikrallah, C. Servetnick, T. C. Madrigal, and E.  Davis
2018 Sewers Invincible: Camden History Beneath the Streets. ESRI User Conference Map Gallery, San Diego, CA.

2017 “A Good Deal of an Archaeological Romance:” A History of the Discovery and Excavation of the Lamoka Lake Site

Patty Jo Watson: Across the Frontier.

2016  White-tailed Deer Body Size at Lamoka Lake: Additional Evidence from Plowzone Deposits

2014  Preliminary Archaeological Evidence for a Decrease in White-Tailed Deer Body SizeThe Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 128:40-48

2012  New Record of Fox Squirrel (Sciurus niger) in New Jersey from a Historical Archaeological Site. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey 67:25-31.

2008 A Prehistoric Record of Glyptemys muhlenbergii (Bog Turtle) in Central New York. Northeastern Naturalist 15(2):309-312.

2006 Late Archaic Animal Bones from the Cole Gravel Pit Site, Livingston County, New York. The Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 122:27-44.

2004 The Derivation and Application of White-tailed Deer Utility Indices and Return Rates. Journal of Taphonomy 2(4):185-199.

2003 Taphonomic Analysis of a Partial Deer Skeleton from the Hiscock Site. In The Hiscock Site: Late Pleistocene and Holocene Paleoecology and Archaeology of Western New York State, R. S. Laub, ed., Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 37:161-170.

T. C. Madrigal and J. Zimmermann Holt
2002 White Tailed Deer Meat and Marrow Return Rates and their Application to Eastern Woodlands Archaeology. American Antiquity 67(4):745-759. DOI: 10.2307/1593802

B. Pobiner, J. Ferraro, R. Blumenschine, S. D. Capaldo, J. A. Cavallo, and T. C. Madrigal
2002 The Effect of Bone Size on the Likelihood of Modification by Hominids and Hyaenids, and its Implication for Interassemblage Zooarcheological Comparison (Abstract). Journal of Human Evolution 42 (2):A27-A28.

2001 Deer, Passenger Pigeons, and Hunter-Gatherers: Late Archaic Subsistence and Seasonality in Central New York. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey 56:66-73.

N. Versaggi, L. Wurst, T. C. Madrigal, and A. Lain
2001 Adding Complexity to Late Archaic Research in the Northeastern Appalachians. In Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands. Edited by L. Sullivan and S. Prezzano, pp. 121-136. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

2000 Woodland Period Subsistence at Lamoka Lake: Animal Bones from the Buffalo Museum of Science Excavations. The Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 116:25-34.

T. C. Madrigal and R.J. Blumenschine
2000 Preferential Processing of High Return Rate Marrow Bones by Oldowan Hominids: A Comment on Lupo.  Journal of Archaeological Science 27:739-741. DOI: 10.1006/jasc.1999.0497

T. C. Madrigal and S.D. Capaldo
1999 White-Tailed Deer Marrow Yields and Late Archaic Hunter-Gatherers. Journal of Archaeological Science 26:241-249. DOI: 10.1006/jasc.1998.0318

R.J. Blumenschine and T. C. Madrigal
1993 Variability in Long Bone Marrow Yields of East African Ungulates and its Zooarchaeological Implications. Journal of Archaeological Science 20:555-587. DOI: 10.1006/jasc.1993.1034 

1991 Historic Sites Zooarchaeology in Central Illinois: Evidence from the FAP 412 Highway Project. In Landscape, Architecture, and Artifacts: Historical Archaeology of Nineteenth-Century Illinois. Edited by E.K. Schroeder, pp. 136-151. Illinois Cultural Resources Study No. 15, Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, Springfield, IL.