Rivera-Collazo, I., Rodriguez-Delgado, E., & Rodriguez-Miranda, M. (2022). Lidar inspection for indigenous architecture at Caguana Ceremonial Complex, Boriken. Latin American Antiquity, 33(1), 205–211.
Morris, M. A., Krysl, P., Rivera-Collazo, I. C., & Hildebrand, J. A. (2022). The resonant acoustic signatures of lithic debitage. Journal of Archaeological Science-Reports, 41, 9.
Guedes, J. D., Gonzalez, S., & Rivera-Collazo, I. (2021). Resistance and care in the time of COVID-19: Archaeology in 2020. American Anthropologist, 18.
Rivera-Collazo, I., Ramos-Velez, M., Rodriguez-Delgado, E., & Cantu, K. (2021). The power of archaeology to address interpretation biases in modern geomorphology. Geomorphology, 389, 15.
Rivera-Collazo, I. C., Rodríguez-Franco, C., Garay-Vázquez, J. J., Rivera-Claudio, H. M., & Estremera-Jiménez, R. (2020). Towards a definition and practice of communal archaeology: Ethics, informal learning, and citizen science in the practice of indigenous archaeology. Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, 7(2), 120–134.
Rivera-Collazo, I. C. (2020). Severe Weather and the Reliability of Desk-Based Vulnerability Assessments: The Impact of Hurricane Maria to Puerto Rico’s Coastal Archaeology. Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology, 15(2), 244–263.
Boger, R., Perdikaris, S., & Rivera-Collazo, I. (2019). Cultural Heritage and Local Ecological Knowledge under Threat: Two Caribbean Examples from Barbuda and Puerto Rico. Journal of Anthropology and Archaeology, 7(2), 1–14.
Thomas, K., Hardy, R. D., Lazrus, H., Mendez, M., Orlove, B., Rivera-Collazo, I., Roberts, J. T., Rockman, M., Warner, B. P., & Winthrop, R. (2019). Explaining differential vulnerability to climate change: A social science review. WIREs Climate Change, 10(2), e565.
Rivera-Collazo, I. (2019). Gone with the waves: Sea level rise, ancient territories, and the socioenvironmental context of the mid-Holocene maritime mobility in the pan-Caribbean region. In C. L. Hofman & A. T. Antczak (Eds.), Early Settlers of the Insular Caribbean : Dearchaizing the Archaic (p. 337 pages). Sidestone Press.
Ezcurra, P., & Rivera-Collazo, I. C. (2018). An assessment of the impacts of climate change on Puerto Rico’s Cultural Heritage with a case study on sea-level rise. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 32, 198–209.
Wallman, D., Wells, E. C., & Rivera-Collazo, I. C. (2018). The Environmental Legacies of Colonialism in the Northern Neotropics: Introduction to the Special Issue. Environmental Archaeology, 23(1), 1–3.
Rivera-Collazo, I., & Sánchez, L. (2018). Domesticating the island: anthroposols and landform modification as components of subsistence-resource acquisition strategies in Puerto Rico. In B. A. Reid (Ed.), The archaeology of Caribbean and Circum-Caribbean Farmers (6000 BC - AD 1500) (First edition., p. 1 online resource). Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group,.
T. E. Levy, T. Sideris, M. Howland, B. Liss, G. Tsokas, P. Tsourlos, G. Vargemezis, A. Georgopoulos, A. Stambolidis, E. Fikos, G. Papatheodorou, M. Garaga, D. Christodoulou, R. Norris, I. Rivera-Collazo, & I. Liritzis. (2018). At-Risk World Heritage, Cyber, and Marine Archaeology: The Kastrouli – Antikyra Bay Land and Sea Project, Phokis, Greece. In I. W. N. Jones & T. E. Levy (Eds.), Cyber-Archaeology and Grand Narratives : Digital Technology and Deep-Time Perspectives on Culture Change in the Middle East (1st ed., p. 1 online resource (XV, 238 pages 69 illustrations, 56 illustrations in color). Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer,.
Rivera-Collazo, I. C., Rodriguez-Franco, C., & Garay-Vazquez, J. J. (2017). A deep-time socioecosystem framework to understand social vulnerability on a tropical island. Environmental Archaeology, 23(1), 97–108.
Rivera-Collazo, I., & Declet-Pérez, M. (2017). Contribuciones de la arqueología a la mitigación de riesgos ante el cambio climático: lecciones recuperadas de Tibes y de Los Bateyes de Viví, Puerto Rico. Cuba Arqueológica, X(2), 5–15.
Rivera-Collazo, I. C. (2015). Por el camino verde: Long-term tropical socioecosystem dynamics and the Anthropocene as seen from Puerto Rico. Holocene, 25(10), 1604–1611.
Rivera-Collazo, I., Winter, A., Scholz, D., Mangini, A., Miller, T., Kushnir, Y., & Black, D. (2015). Human adaptation strategies to abrupt climate change in Puerto Rico ca. 3.5 ka. Holocene, 25(4), 627–640.
Rosen, A. M., & Rivera-Collazo, I. (2012). Climate change, adaptive cycles, and the persistence of foraging economies during the late Pleistocene/Holocene transition in the Levant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109(10), 3640–3645.
Rivera-Collazo, I. (2011). Palaeoecology and human occupation during the Mid-Holocene in Puerto Rico: the case of Angostura. In C. L. Hofman & A. van Duijvenbode (Eds.), Communities in contact : essays in archaeology, ethnohistory & ethnography of the Amerindian circum-Caribbean (p. 508 p.). Sidestone Press.
Rivera-Collazo, I. (2011). The Ghost of Caliban: Island Archaeology, Insular Archaeologists and the Caribbean. In A. L. Curet and M. Hauser (Ed.), Islands at the Crossroads: Migration, Seafaring and Interaction in the Caribbean. University of Alabama Press.
Cochrane, E. E., Rivera-Collazo, I. C., & Walsh, E. (2010). New Evidence for Variation in Colonisation, Cultural Transmission, and Subsistence from Lapita (2900 BP) to the Historic Period in Southwest Fiji. 2010, 2(1), 16.
Rivera-Collazo, I. (2010). Of shell and sand: Coastal habitat availability and human foraging strategies at Punta Candelero (Humacao, Puerto Rico). Munibe Suplémento-Gehigarria, 31, 272–284.
Rivera-Collazo, I. C. (2006). Historical ship graffiti on the walls of San Juan’s Spanish defence system: an interim report. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 35(1), 41–52.