Working to provide links to many of these, but for now, here are publications — please write if you’d like copies.
Tartaron, T., Pullen, D., Dunn, R., Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, L., Dill, A. and Boyce, J. I., 2011, The Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project (SHARP): Investigations at Mycenaean Kalamianos, 2007 – 2009: Hesperia, v. 80, p. 559-634.
Beness, Lea, Dunn, Richard K., Hillard, Tom and Sprent, Anthony, 2011, The coastal topography of ancient Torone, Halkidiki, Greece: Mediterranean Archaeology, v. 22/23, 2009-20, p. 69-101.
Dunn, Richard, Beness, J. Lea and Hillard, Tom, 2009, The harbour of Torone and its disappearance: Australian Archaeological Fieldwork Abroad I, a Special Issue of Ancient History: Resources for Teachers, v. 37, no. 1 (backdated 2007), p. 84-93.
Wachsmann, S., Dunn, R. K., Hale, J. R., Hohlfelder, R. L., Conyers, L. B., Ernenwein, E. G., Sheets, P. and Blot, M. L. P., Castro, F., Davis, D., 2009, The palaeo-environmental contexts of three possible Phoenician anchorages in Portugal: The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, v. 38, no. 2., p. 221-253.
Rife, J. L., Morison, M. M., Barbet, A., Dunn, R. K., Ubelaker, D. H. and Monier, F., 2007, Life and death at a port in Roman Greece: The Kenchreai Cemetery Project 2002-2006: Hesperia, The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, v. 76, no. 1, p. 143-181.
Sarris, A., Dunn, R. K., Rife, J. L., Papadopoulos, N., Kokkinou, El, and Mundigler, C., 2007, Geological and geophysical investigations in the Roman cemetery at Kenchreai (Korinthia), Greece: Archaeological Prospection, v. 14, p. 1-23.
O’Neal, M. L. and Dunn, R. K., 2003, Ground penetrating radar (GPR) investigation of multiple stage-5 sea-level fluctuations on a siliciclastic estuarine shoreline; Delaware Bay, southern New Jersey, USA: in, Bristow, C. S. and Jol, H. M. (eds.), Ground Penetrating Radar: Applications in Sedimentology. Geol. Soc., London, Special Pub. 211, p. 63-73.
Belknap, D. F., Kraft, J.C. and Dunn, R. K., 1994, Valley-fill lithosomes: Delaware and Maine, in Dalrymple, R.W., Boyd, R. and Zaitlin, B.A. (eds.), Incised–Valley Systems: Origin and Sedimentary Sequences, SEPM Special Publication 51, p. 303-320.
Dunn, R. K. and Mazzullo, S. J., 1993, Holocene paleocoastal reconstruction and relationship to Marco Gonzalez (Maya) archaeological site, Ambergris Cay, Belize: Journal of Field Archaeology, v. 20, no. 2, p. 121-131.
Burke, C. D., Mazzullo, S.J., Bischoff, W. D. and Dunn, R. K., 1992, Environmental setting of Holocene Sabellariid worm reefs, northern Belize: PALAIOS, v. 7, p. 118-124.
Blakeslee, D. J. and Dunn, R. K., 1988, Identification of Subsoil Inclusions in Pomona Ceramics, in, Olsen, S.L. (ed.), Scanning Electron Microscopy in Archaeology: B.A.R. International Series 452, Oxford, p. 79-100.
Below are non-peer reviewed items, many are related to mapping or research on surficial deposits in Vermont. For maps and reports you can download most of these free at the Vermont Geological Survey.
Dunn, R. K., Springston, G. E. and Donahue, N., 2007a, Surficial geologic map of the Mad River watershed, Vermont (northern sheet): Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG07-1A, 1 plate.
Dunn, R. K., Springston, G. E. and Donahue, N., 2007b, Surficial geologic map of the Mad River watershed, Vermont (southern sheet): Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG07-1B, 1 plate.
Springston, George E. and Dunn, Richard K., 2006, Surficial geologic map of the Southern Worcester Mountains, Middlesex and Stow: Vermont Geological Survey Open File Report VG2006-3, 7.5 minute quadrangles, Vermont, 1 color plate, 1:24,000.
Dunn, Richard, K., 2004, Surficial geology of parts of the East Middlebury and Cornwall 7.5-minute quadrangles, western Vermont: partial coverage of the Middlebury River Basin: Vermont Geol. Survey Open File Report, 15 p.
Donahue, Nathan P., Dunn, Richard K., and Springston, George E., 2004, Surficial geology of the Middlebury River watershed, west-central Vermont: Vermont Geol. Survey, Waterbury, VT, Open File Map, 1:24,000.
Dunn, Richard, K., 2003, Surficial geology of the Mad River watershed, Central Vermont, including parts of the Waitsfield, Warren and Lincoln 7.5-minute quadrangles: Vermont Geol. Survey Open File Report, 22 p.
Springston, George E., Dunn, Richard K., and Donahue, Nathan, 2003, Surficial geologic map, Mad River watershed, central Vermont: Vermont Geol. Survey, Waterbury, VT, Open File Map, 1:40,000.
Larsen, Frederick D., Dunn, Richard K. and Donahue, Nathan, 2003, Preliminary surficial geologic map of the Randolph Quadrangle, central Vermont: Vermont Geol. Survey, Waterbury, Vermont, Open File Map, 1:24,000.
Dunn, Richard, K., 2002, Surficial geology of the watershed of the Third Branch of the White River – including parts of the Roxbury and Randolph 7.5-minute quadrangles: Vermont Geol. Survey Open File Report, 25 p.
Dunn, R. K., 1999, Geologic report & geologic map of the Macalester College 1999 excavation at Omrit, Israel, unpub. report of the Omrit Excavations,10 p.
Dunn, R. K., 1996, Geologic coring and paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the ancient harbor at Paphos, western Cyprus: ASOR-CAARI Report of Investigations, Fall, 1996, p. 1-4.
Chapters in Guidebooks
Dunn, R.K., Springston, G.E. and Wright, S., 2011, Quaternary geology of the central Winooski River Watershed with focus on glacial lake history of tributary valleys (Thatcher Brook and Mad River): in, West, D., ed., New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference Guidebook, chapter C3, p. 1-32.
Springston, G.E., Dunn, R.K., Underwood, K.L., Schiff, R., Sheldon, A., McKinley, D., Donahue, N. and Pytlik, S., 2011, Fluvial geomorphology of the Middlebury River watershed: geologic controls, assessment of stream channel stability, and river corridor restoration: in, West, D., ed., New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference Guidebook, chapter B5, p. 1-23.
Larsen, Frederick, D., Wright, Stephen F., Springston, George E. and Dunn, Richard K., 2003, Glacial, Late-glacial and post-glacial history of central Vermont: Guidebook for the 66th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Friends of the Pleistocene, Montpelier, Vermont, 62 p.