2020. Loewy S.L., J. Valdes, H. Wang, B. Ingram, N.R. Miller, K. de la Cruz Medina, A. Roberts, S. Yanny, J. Banner, M. Feseha, L. Todd, and J. Kappelman. Improved accuracy of U-series and radiocarbon dating of ostrich eggshell using a sample preparation method based on microstructure and geochemistry: A study from the Middle Stone Age of Northwestern Ethiopia. Quaternary Science Reviews. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106525
2015. Nachman, B., N. Tabor, J. Kappelman, and L. Todd. Seasonality and Modern Human Foraging Behaviors in the MSA of Northwest Ethiopia. American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Abstract link.
2014. Kappelman, J., D. Tewabe, L. Todd, M. Feseha, M. Kay, G. Kocurek, B. Nachman, N. Tabor, and M. Yadeta. Another Unique River: a consideration of some of the characteristics of the trunk tributaries of the Nile River in northwestern Ethiopia in relationship to their aquatic food resources. Journal of Human Evolution, 1-15.DOI: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2014.03.008
2014. Tabor, N., and J. Kappelman. Stable Isotope Geochemistry of Shinfa River (Western Ethiopia) Waters, Modern and Fossil Mollusks, and Climate during the Human Diaspora out of Africa. Goldschmidt California 2014. http://goldschmidt.info/2014/uploads/abstracts/proofs/T.pdf
2014. Kappelman, J., L. Todd, J. Feathers, A. Skinner, H. Wang, M. Kay, and N. Tabor. Ages of late Middle Stone Age sites at Shinfa in the Horn of Africa. Society for American Archaeology annual meeting abstract, Austin, TX.
2014. Kay, M., Y. Sahle, J. Kappelman, and L. Todd. Ethiopia MSA production chains early and late: Gademotta, Aduma, and Shinfa. Society for American Archaeology annual meeting abstract, Austin, TX.
2013. Todd, L., J. Kappelman, M. Kay, B. Nachman, N. Rosenau, and N. Tabor. Middle Stone Age Site Use along the Shinfa River in NW Ethiopia. Paleoanthropolgy Society annual meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii. http://www.paleoanthro.org/static/pdfs/abstracts_2013_mtg.pdf page 33.
2013. Kappelman, J., M. Kay, L. Todd, and A. Thompson. Back to the Future: William Henry Holmes and the MSA in the Horn of Africa. Society for American Archaeology annual meeting, Hawaii.
2012. Rosenau, N., N. Tabor, J. Kappelman, and T. Myers. Low latitude (12ºN) climate signatures preserved in the stable isotope composition of soil phyllosilicate and calcite, northwestern Ethiopia, Africa. Abstract, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
2012. Kay, M., L. Todd, J. Kappelman, M. Feseha, N. Loewen, A. Skinner, N. Tabor, K. Black, C. Klehm, B. Nachman, C. Speer, and A. Thompson. Middle Stone Age Land Use and Technology along the Shinfa River in NW Ethiopia. Paleoanthropology Society April 2012 Meeting, Memphis, TN.
2011. Nachman, B., M. Milleson, J. Kappelman, N. Tabor, and L. Todd. Isotopic indicators of seasonality in the late Pleistocene of Northwest Ethiopia. J. Vert. Paleo., Suppl.: 164-165A.
2011. Todd, L., J. Kappelman, J. Feathers, M. Feseha, B. Jacobs, M. Kay, C. Klehm, G. Kocurek, N. Loewen, B. Nachman, N. Tabor, A. Skinner, and A. Thompson. Seasonal Variation in Resource Abundance and Anatomically Modern Human Adaptations: The Blue Highways Project, NW Ethiopia. INQUA Bern 2011.
2011. Kappelman, J., L. Todd, J. Feathers, M. Feseha, B. Jacobs, M. Kay, C. Klehm, G. Kocurek, N. Loewen, B. Nachman, N. Tabor, A. Skinner, and A. Thompson. 2011. Blue Highways: MSA Foraging Behaviors along the Blue Nile tributaries in NW Ethiopia. Paleoanthropology Society 2011 Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. http://www.paleoanthro.org/pdfs/psoc_2011_fullabstracts.pdf
2010. Loewen, N., A. Skinner, J. Kappelman, L. Todd, and N. Tabor. Blue Highways: Dating Shinfa River sites, Ethiopia, with ESR. Society of American Archaeology 2010 Meeting, Sacremento, CA.
2010. Kappelman, J., and B. Nachman. Temperate Migrations: Climatically-mediated movements north (and south again?). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supp. 44.
2009. Tabor, N., and J. Kappelman. Paleoenvironments of Upper Oligocene Strata, NW Ethiopian Plateau. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 361 http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2009AM/finalprogram/abstract_166290.htm