2006. Primate and Human Evolution. Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology. 488 pp. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.
In press a. “Evolutionary processes and interpretation of the archaeological record,” In: Apocalypse Then and Now, D. Fernandez et al., eds. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.
In press b. “Natural history intelligence and hominid tool behavior,” In: Tools-of-the-Trade. The Origins of Technology, J. Wilkins et al., eds. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. 2006a. Use of modern Arctic peoples in modeling past behaviors. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 42:72 (abstract).
2006b. “The behavioural ecology of early Pleistocene hominids in the Koobi Fora region, East Turkana Basin, northern Kenya,” In: Space and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology, E.C. Robertson, J.D. Seibert, D.C. Fernandez, & M.U. Zender, eds., pp. 49-59. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. (S. Cachel & J.W.K. Harris)
2006c. Review of Debating Humankind’s Place in Nature, 1860-2000: The Nature of Paleoanthropology. R.G. Delisle, Pearson Prentice Hall (2006). American Journal of Human Biology 18:867-869.
2005a. Review of The Chimpanzees of the Taï Forest. Behavioural Ecology and Evolution, C. Boesch and H. Boesch-Achermann. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. PaleoAnthropology (August 2005):21-25. 2005b. Inter-matrilineal feeding competition in Taiwanese macaques (Macaca cyclopis) at Fushan, Taiwan. American Journal of Primatology 66(supplement 1):113-114. (H.-H. Su, L. Lee, & S. Cachel).
2005c. Review of Evolution, 3rd ed., M. Ridley. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, Ltd., 2004. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128:493-494 [Online DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.20144].
2004a. The paleobiology of Homo erectus and early hominid dispersal. [solicited article] Special issue on Homo erectus in Athena Review vol. 4(1):23-31.
2004b. Review of From Biped to Strider: The Emergence of Modern Human Walking, Running, and Resource Transport, D.J. Meldrum and C.E. Hilton, eds., New York: Kluwer Academic, 2004. PaleoAnthropology (July 2004):6-9. www.paleoanthro.org/journal.
2004c. Early Pleistocene behavioral adaptations in the Koobi Fora region, East of Lake Turkana, northern Kenya. In: Acts of the XIth Congress of the Panafrican Association for Prehistory and Related Fields, K. Sangogo, T. Togola, D. Keïta, and M. N’Daou, eds., pp. 20-35. Bamako, Mali. (M.J. Rogers, J.W.K. Harris, S.M. Cachel, S. Merritt, B.L. Pobiner, & D.R. Braun)
2003. “Hominidae II. Humans.” [commissioned article] In: Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia, 2nd ed., vol. 14 (Mammals III):241-253.
“Changing hominid foraging strategies in the Plio-Pleistocene: Implications for understanding human brain evolution in the Lake Turkana Basin,” Paper presented at the symposium “The Human Brain Evolving: Papers in Honor of Ralph L. Holloway,” Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, Paper presented at the symposium “The Human Brain Evolving: Papers in Honor of Ralph L. Holloway,” Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, April 28, 2007 (J.W.K. Harris, S. Cachel, J. McCoy, M. Kibunjia, E. Mbua, D. Olago, D. Braun, & M. Bamford).
“The first emergence ‘Out of Africa’: Niche structure of the earliest hominids to colonize Eurasia,” INQUA workshop on Understanding Palaeoenvironments during the first “Out of Africa”, Nairobi, Kenya, July 24-27, 2006 (S. Cachel & J.W.K. Harris).
“Use of modern Arctic peoples in modeling past behaviors,” invited paper at the symposium “From the Arctic to Arizona,” Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Anchorage, Alaska, March 9, 2006. “Natural history intelligence and hominid tool behavior,” invited paper at the symposium “The Origins of Technology,” University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, November 10, 2005.
“Inter-matrilineal feeding competition in Taiwanese macaques (Macaca cyclopis) at Fushan, Taiwan,” annual meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Portland, Oregon, August, 19, 2005. (H.-H. Su, L.-L. Lee, & S. Cachel)
“Behavioral ecology of early Pleistocene hominids in the Koobi Fora region, East Turkana Basin, Kenya,” in the symposium “Hominin Evolution Across Environmental Change,” 32nd International Geological Congress, Florence, Italy, August 21, 2004 (S. Cachel & J.W.K. Harris)
“The acquisition of dominance rank in female Taiwanese macaques (Macaca cyclopis) at Fushan Experimental Forest, Taiwan.” Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Tempe, AZ, April 24, 2003. [poster] (Hsiu-Hui Su & S. Cachel).