Clement, A.M., and S.M. Holland. 2016. Sequence stratigraphic context of extensive basin-margin evaporites: Middle Jurassic Gypsum Spring Formation, Wyoming, U.S.A. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 86:965–981.
Patzkowsky, M.E., and S.M. Holland. 2016. Biotic invasion, niche conservatism, and the assembly of regional biotas in deep time: comparison of donor and recipient regions. Paleobiology 42: 359–379. Featured Article for the August 2016 Issue.
Jenkins, C.E., and S.M. Holland. 2016. Continental-scale biogeographic variation: provinces versus gradients in the Upper Ordovician of Laurentia. Paleobiology 42: 410–425.
Holland, S.M. 2016. The non-uniformity of the fossil record. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 371, no. 20150130. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2015.0130.
Holland, S.M., and M.E. Patzkowsky. 2015. The stratigraphy of mass extinction. Palaeontology 58: 903–924. Voted Paper of the Year by the editors of Palaeontology.
Holland, S.M., and J. Sclafani. 2015. Phanerozoic diversity and neutral theory. Paleobiology 41: 369–376.
McMullen, S.K., S.M. Holland, and F.R. O’Keefe. 2014. The occurrence of vertebrate and invertebrate fossils in a sequence stratigraphic context: the Jurassic Sundance Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA. Palaios 29: 277–294.
Christie, M., S.M. Holland, and A.M. Bush. 2013. Contrasting the ecological taxonomic consequences of extinction. Paleobiology 39: 538–559.
Holland, S.M., and M. Christie. 2013. Changes in area of shallow siliciclastic marine habitat in response to sediment deposition: implications for onshore-offshore paleobiologic patterns. Paleobiology 39:511–524. Featured Article for the Fall 2013 Issue.
Holland, S.M. 2013. Relaxation time and the problem of the Pleistocene. Diversity 5: 276–292.
Sclafani, J.A., and S.M. Holland. 2013. The species-area relationship in the Late Ordovician: a test using neutral theory. Diversity 5: 240–262.
Holland, S.M. 2012. Sea-level change and the area of shallow marine habitat: implications for marine biodiversity. Paleobiology 38: 205–217.
Holland, S.M., and M.E. Patzkowsky. 2012. Sequence architecture of the Bighorn Dolomite, Wyoming, USA: transition to the Late Ordovician icehouse. Journal of Sedimentary Research 82: 599–615.
Zaffos, A., and S.M. Holland. 2012. Abundance and extinction in Ordovician–Silurian brachiopods, Cincinnati Arch, Ohio and Kentucky. Paleobiology 38: 278–291.
Holland, S.M., and A. Zaffos. 2011. Niche conservatism along an onshore–offshore gradient. Paleobiology 37: 270–286.
Holland, S.M. 2010. Additive diversity partitioning in paleobiology: revisiting Sepkoski’s question. Palaeontology 53: 1237–1254.
Holland, S.M., and M.E. Patzkowsky. 2009. Stratigraphic architecture of a tropical carbonate platform and its effect on the distribution of fossils: Ordovician Bighorn Dolomite, Wyoming, USA. Palaios 24: 303–317.