Emslie, S. D. and W. P. Patterson.  2007.  Abrupt recent shift in d13C and d15N values in Adélie Penguin eggshell in Antarctica.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 11666-11669.

     Zavalaga, C., S. Benvenuti, L. Dall'Antonia, and S. D. Emslie.  2007.  Diving behavior of Blue-footed Boobies Sula nebouxii in northern Peru in relation to sex, body size and prey type.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 336: 291-303.

      Emslie, S. D., L. Coats, and K. Licht.  2007.  A 45000-year record of Adélie Penguins and climate change in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.  Geology 35: 61-64.

      Emslie, S. D.  2007.  Fossil passerines from the early Pliocene of Kansas and the evolution of songbirds in North America.  Auk 124: 85-95.

      Fox-Dobbs, K., T. A. Stidham, G. J. Bowen, S. D. Emslie, and P. L. Koch.  2006.  Dietary controls on extinction versus survival among avian megafauna in the late Pleistocene.  Geology 34: 685-688.

     Aygen, Deniz and S. D. Emslie.  2006.  Royal Tern (Sterna maxima) chick diet at Fisherman Island National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia.  Waterbirds 29: 395-400.

  Brasso, Rebecka and S. Emslie.  2006.  Two new late Pleistocene avifaunas from New Mexico.  Condor 108: 721-730.

      Emslie, S. D., M. Stiger, and E. Wambach.  2005.  Packrat middens and late Holocene environmental change in southwestern Colorado.  Southwestern Naturalist 50: 209-215.

      Emslie, S. D. and E. J. Woehler.  2005.  A 9000-year record of Adélie Penguin occupation and diet in the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica.  Antarctic Science 17: 56-66.

    Stucchi, M. and S. D. Emslie.  2005.  A new condor (Ciconiiformes, Vulturidae) from the late Miocene/early Pliocene Pisco Formation, Peru.  Condor 107: 107-113.

    Emslie, S. D.  2004.  The ecology and paleohistory of pygoscelid penguins in the Antarctic Peninsula.  Pp. 222-232, in Antarctic Challenges: Historical and Current Perspectives on Otto Nordenskjöld’s Antarctic Expedition 1901-1903 (A. Elzinga, T. Nordin, D.Turner, and U. Wrĺkberg, Eds.).  Royal Society of Arts and Sciences, Göteborg, Sweden.

     Emslie, S. D.  2004.  The early and middle Pleistocene avifauna from Porcupine Cave, Colorado.  In: Early and Middle Pleistocene Biodiversity and Environmental Change: the Porcupine Cave Fauna from Colorado (A. D. Barnosky, Ed.).  Univ. of California Press, Berkeley.

    Barnosky, A. D., C. J. Bell, S. D. Emslie, H. T. Goodwin, J. I. Mead, C. A. Repenning, E.Scott, and A. B. Shabel.  2004.  Exceptional record of mid-Pleistocene vertebrates helps differentiate climatic from anthropogenic ecosystem perturbations.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101: 9297-9302.

    Ainley, D. G., G. Ballard, S. D. Emslie, W. R. Fraser, P. R. Wilson, and E. J. Woehler.  2003.  Adélie penguins and climate change.  Letter to Editor.  Science 300: 429. 

     Emslie, S. D., P. Ritchie, and D. Lambert.  2003.  Late-Holocene penguin occupation and diet at King George Island, Antarctic Peninsula.  American Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series 79: 171-180.

    Emslie, S. D., P. A. Berkman, D. G. Ainley, L. Coats, and M. Polito.  2003.  Late-Holocene initiation of ice-free ecosystems in the southern Ross Sea, Antarctica.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 262: 19-25.

    Emslie, S. D. and C. Guerra Correa.  2003.  A new species of penguin (Speniscidae: Spheniscus) and other birds from the late Miocene/early Pliocene of Chile.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116: 308-316.

    Suarez, W. and S. D. Emslie.  2003.  New fossil material with a redescription of the extinct condor Gymnogyps varonai (Arredondo 1971) (Aves: Vulturidae) from the Quaternary of Cuba.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116: 29-37.

    Wambach, E. and S. D. Emslie.  2003.  Seasonal and annual variation in the diet of breeding, known-age Royal Terns in North Carolina.  Wilson Bulletin 115: 448-454.

     Emslie, S. D. and J. D. McDaniel.  2002.  Adélie penguin diet and climate change during the middle to late Holocene in northern Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula.  Polar Biology 25: 222-229. 

     McDaniel, J. D. and S. D. Emslie.  2002.  Fluctuations in Adélie penguin prey size in the mid to late Holocene, northern Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula.  Polar Biology 25: 618-623. 

     Polito, M., S. D. Emslie, and W. Walker.  2002.  A 1000-yr record of Adélie penguin diet in the southern Ross Sea, Antarctica.  Antarctic Science 14: 337-332.

     Emslie, S. D.  2002.  Fossil shrews (Insectivora: Soricidae) from the late Pleistocene of Colorado.  Southwestern Naturalist 47: 62-69.

     Emslie, S. D.  2001.  Radiocarbon dates from abandoned penguin colonies in the Antarctic Peninsula region.  Antarctic Science 13: 289-295.  

     Maness, T. and S. D. Emslie.  2001.  An analysis of possible genotoxic exposure in adult and juvenile Royal Terns (Sterna maxima) in North Carolina.  Waterbirds 24: 352-360.

     McGinnis, T. and S. D. Emslie.  2001.  The foraging ecology of Royal and Sandwich Terns in North Carolina.  Waterbirds 24: 361-370.

    Collins, P. W., N. F. R. Snyder, and S. D. Emslie.  2000.  Faunal remains in California Condor nest caves.  Condor 102: 222-227.