Walker, K. J. and W. H. Marquardt (contributors and editors) in prep. The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Site Complex, A.D. 50 – 1710. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville.
Surge, D. and K. J. Walker in press. Geochemical variation in microstructural shell layers of the southern quahog (Mercenaria campechiensis): implications for reconstructing seasonality.Geological Society of American Special Issue.
Walker, K. J. and D. Surge in press. Late Holocene climate change and human response in the Calusa region of coastal southwest Florida: developing geochemical proxies from archaeological sources. Quaternary International.
Walker, K. J. 2003 An illustrated guide to trunk vertebrae of cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) and diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) in Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 44(1):91-100.
Walker, K. J. 2000 Historical Ecology of the Southeastern Longleaf and Slash Pine Flatwoods: A Southwest Florida Perspective. Journal of Ethnobiology 20(2):269-299.
Walker, K. J. 2000 The Material Culture of Precolumbian Fishing: Artifacts and Fish Remains from Coastal Southwest Florida.Southeastern Archaeology 19(1):24-45.
Walker, K. J. 2000 A Cooling Episode in Southwest Florida During the Sixth and Seventh Centuries A.D. In The Years Without Summer: Tracing A.D. 536 and Its Aftermath, edited by J. Gunn, pp. 119-127. Archaeopress, Oxford.
Walker, K. J., F. Stapor, and W. Marquardt 1995 Archaeological evidence for a 1750-1450 BP higher-than-present sea level along Florida’s Gulf coast. Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue No. 17: Holocene Cycles: Climate, Sea Levels, and Sedimentation, pp. 205-218.
Walker, K. J., F. Stapor, and W. Marquardt 1994 Episodic Sea Levels and Human Occupation at Southwest Florida’s Wightman Site. The Florida Anthropologist 47(2):161-179.
Walker, K. J. 1992 The Zooarchaeology of Charlotte Harbor’s Prehistoric Maritime Adaptation: Spatial and Temporal Perspectives. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. Marquardt, pp. 265-366. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.