25. White AJ, Munoz SE, Schroeder S, Stevens LR (2020) After Cahokia: Indigenous repopulation and depopulation of the Horseshoe Lake watershed AD 1400 – 1900. American Antiquity, doi: 10.1017/aaq.2019.103

24. Arcusa S.H., McKay N.P., Routson C.C., Munoz S.E. (2019) Dust-drought interactions over the last 15,000 years: A network of lake sediment records from the San Juan Mountains, Colorado. The Holocene, doi: 10.1177/0959683619875192.

23. Toonen W.H.J, Munoz S.E., Cohen K.M., Macklin M.G. (2019) High-Resolution Sedimentary Paleoflood Records in Alluvial River Environments: A Review of Recent Methodological Advances and Application to Flood Hazard Assessment, in Palaeohydrology: Traces, Tracks and Trails of Extreme Events (J. Herget & A. Fontana, eds.), Springer, pp. 213-228.

22. Munoz S.E., Giosan L., Blusztajn J., Rankin C., Stinchcomb G.E. (2019) Radiogenic fingerprinting reveals anthropogenic and buffering controls on sediment dynamics of the Mississippi River system. Geology, doi: 10.1130/G45194.1.

21. White A.J., Stevens L.R., Lorenzi V., Munoz S.E., Schroeder S., Cao A., Bogdanovich T. (2019) Fecal stanols show simultaneous flooding and seasonal precipitation change correlate with Cahokia’s population decline. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1809400116.

20. Walsh J.R., Corman J.R., Munoz S.E. (2019) Coupled long-term limnological data and sedimentary data reveal novel control on water quality in a eutrophic lake. Limnology & Oceanography, doi: 10.1002/lno.11083.

19. Davis L., Harden T.M., Munoz S.E., Godaire J., O’Connor J.E. (2018) Preface to historic and paleoflood analyses: New perspectives on climate, extreme flood risk, and the geomorphic effects of large floods. Geomorphology, doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2018.10.021.

18. Wilhelm B., Ballesteros Cánovas J.A., MaDonald N., Toonen W.H.J., Baker V., Barriendos M., Benito G., Brauer A., Corella J.P., Denniston R., Glaser R., Ionita M., Kahle M., Liu T., Luetscher M., Macklin M., Mudelsee M., Munoz S.E., Schulte L., St. George S., Stoffel M., Wetter O. (2018) Interpreting historical, botanical, and geological evidence to aid preparations for future floods. WIREs Water, doi: 10.1002/wat2.1318.

17. Giosan, L., Orsi, W.D., Coolen, M., Wuchter, C., Dunlea, A.G., Thirumalai, K., Munoz, S.E., Clift, P.D., Donnelly, J.P., Galy, V., Fuller, D.Q. (2018) Neoglacial climate anomalies and the Harappan metamorphosis. Climate of the Past, doi: 10.5194/cp-2018-37.

16. Munoz, S.E., Giosan, L., Therrell, M.D., Remo, J.W.F., Shen, Z., Sullivan, R.M., Wiman, C., O’Donnell, M. & Donnelly, J.P. (2018) Climatic control of Mississippi River flood hazard amplified by river engineering. Nature 556: 95-98.

15. Brugam, R.B. & Munoz, S.E. (2018) A 1600-year record of human impacts on a floodplain lake in the Mississippi River valley. Journal of Paleolimnology, doi: 10.1007/s10933-018-0033-0.

14. White, A.J., Stevens, L.R., Lorenzi, V., Munoz, S.E., Lipo, C.P. & Schroeder, S. (2018) An evaluation of fecal stanols as indicators of population change at Cahokia, Illinois. Journal of Archaeological Science, 93: 129-134.

13. Munoz S.E. & Dee S.G. (2017) El Niño increases the risk of lower Mississippi River floodingScientific Reports, doi:10.1038/s41598-017-01919-6.

12. Walsh J.R., Munoz S.E. & Vander Zanden M.J. (2016) Outbreak of an undetected invasive species triggered by a climate anomalyEcosphere, doi:10.1002/ecs2.1628.

11. Beach T, Johnson K.M., McCusker Hill M., Munoz S.E. &Peros M. (2016) The view from the “Anthropocene”: New perspectives in human-induced environmental changeAnthropocene, doi:10.1016/j.ancene.2016.09.004.

10. Radeloff, V. C., Williams, J.W., Bateman, B.L., Burke, K.D., Carter, S.K., Childress, E.S., Cromwell, K.J., Gratton, C., Hasley, A.O., Kraemer, B.M., Latzka, A.W., Marin-Spiotta, E., Meine, C.D., Munoz, S.E., Neeson, T.M., Pidgeon, A.M., Rissman, A.R., Rivera, R.J., Szymanski, L.M. & Usinowicz, J. (2015) The rise of novelty in ecosystemsEcological Applications 25(8): 2051-2068.

9. Munoz, S.E., Gruley, K., Fike, D.A., Schroeder, S. & Williams, J.W. (2015) Reply to Baires et al.: Shifts in Mississippi River flood regime remain a contributing factor to Cahokia’s emergence and declineProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA)doi: 10.1073/pnas.1509404112.

8. Munoz, S.E., Gruley, K.E., Massie, A., Fike, D.A., Schroeder, S.S. & Williams, J.W. (2015) Cahokia’s emergence and decline coincided with shifts of flood frequency on the Mississippi RiverProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 112(20): 6319-6324.

7. Munoz, S.E., Mladenoff, D.J., Schroeder, S. & Williams, J.W. (2014). Defining the spatial patterns of historical land use associated with the indigenous societies of eastern North AmericaJournal of Biogeography 41(12): 2195-2210.

6. Munoz S.E., Schroeder, S., Fike, D.A. & Williams, J.W. (2014). A record of sustained prehistoric and historic land use from the Cahokia region, Illinois, USAGeology 42(6): 499-502.

5. Munoz, S.E. (2013). Review of: Surviving Sudden Environmental Change (J. Cooper & P. Sheets, eds.). Heritage & Society 6(2): 203-204.

4. Gajewski, K., Munoz, S.E., Peros, M.C., Viau, A.E., Morlan, R. & Betts, M. (2011). The Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database (CARD): archaeological radiocarbon dates in North America and their paleoenvironmental contextRadiocarbon 53(2): 371-394.

3. Munoz, S.E., Gajewski, K. & Peros, M.C. (2010). Synchronous environmental and cultural change in the prehistory of the northeastern United StatesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 107(51): 22008-22013.

2. Munoz, S.E. & Gajewski, K. (2010). Distinguishing prehistoric human influence on late Holocene forests in southern Ontario, CanadaThe Holocene 20(6): 967-981.

1. Peros, M.C., Munoz, S.E., Gajewski, K. & Viau, A.E. (2010). Prehistoric demography of North America inferred from radiocarbon dataJournal of Archaeological Science 37: 656-664.