Chester, S.G.B., J.I. Bloch, and W.A. Clemens. 2013. First known tarsals of the earliest primate Purgatorius. Program of the 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, p. 97-98.
Clemens, W. A. 2013. Cf. Wortmania from the Early Paleocene of Montana and an evaluation of the fossil record of the initial diversification of the Taeniodonta (Mammalia). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 50: 341-354.
Clemens, W.A. 2013. Mammals (Pre-Quaternary)Extinctions of. Pp. 1-9 in S. A. Levin (ed.), Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, volume 5, Academic Press, Waltham, MA.
Scott, C.S., J.D. Gardner, W.A. Clemens, and R.L. Cifelli. 2013. Richard Carr Fox, Canadian Paleontologist. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 50: v-xi.
Chester, Stephen G. B.; Bloch, Jonathan I.; and Clemens, W. A. 2012. Tarsal morphology of the oldest plesiadapiform Purgatorius indicates arboreality in the earliest primates. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2012, p. 77.
Clemens, W. A., and Wilson, G. P. 2012. Pattern of immigration of purgatoriids and other eutherians into the northern North American Western Interior. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2012, p. 80.
Clemens, W.A. 2011. Eoconodon ("Triisodontidae," Mammalia) from the Early Paleocene (Puercan) of northeastern Montana, USA
Clemens, W.A., New morganucodontans from an Early Jurassic fissure filling in Wales (United Kingdom). Palaeontology, 54:1139-1156.
Hartman, J.H., R.D.Butler, W.A. Clemens, and M. Burton-Kelly. 2011. What's in a name? Barnum Brown's Hell Creek Location and Hell Creek Formation Observations. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs. 43(5):601-602.
Archibald, J.D., W. A. Clemens, K. Padian, T. Rowe, N. Macleod, P. M. Barrett, A. Gale, P. Holroyd, H.-D. Sues, N. C. Arens, J. R. Horner, G. P. Wilson, M. B. Goodwin, C. A. Brochu, D. L. Lofgren, S. H. Hurlbert, J. H. Hartman, D. A. Eberth, P. B. Wignall, P. J. Currie, A. Weil, G. V. R. Prasad, L. Dingus, V. Courtillot, A. Milner, A. Milner, S. Bajpai, D. J. Ward, and A. Sahni. 2010. Cretaceous Extinctions: Multiple Causes. Science. 328: 973
Clemens, W.A., 2010. Were immigrants a significant part of the earliest Paleocene
mammalian fauna of the North American Western Interior?, Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 48(4): 285-307.
Clemens, W.A. 2009. New morganucodontans from Early Jurassic fissure fillings in Wales (UK). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 29 (Supplement to 3):80A.
Clemens, W.A. 2009. Review of The Evolution of Artiodactyls. Edited by D.R. Prothero and S.E. Foss. Johns Hopkins University Press. 2008. 375 pp. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 157:225-226.
Clemens, W.A. 2009. Were Asian immigrants a significant part of the earliest Paleocene mammalian faunas of the North American Western Interior? International Symposium on Terrestrial Paleogene Biota and Stratigraphy of Eastern Asia. Abstracts and Guidebook. Pp. 3-4. Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.
Clemens, W.A. and G.P. Wilson. 2009. Early Torrejonian mammalian local faunas from northeastern Montana, U.S.A. Pp. 111-158 in L.B. Albright, III (ed.) Papers on Geology, Vertebrate Paleontology, and Biostratigraphy in Honor of Michael O. Woodburne. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 65.
Clemens, W.A. and J. Hartman. 2009. From T. rex to asteroid impact: Early studies (1901-1980) of the Hell Creek Formation in its type area. North American Paleontology Convention. Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contributions. 3:133.
Clemens, W.A. 2008. Review of Amniote Paleobiology: Perspectives on the evolution of Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles. Edited by M.T. Carrano, T.J.Gaudin, R.W. Blob and J.R. Wible. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 15:281-283.
Goodwin, M.B. and W.A. Clemens. Mesozoic continental vertebrates from the Northwestern Plateau, Ethiopia. International conference on paleoanthropology, paleontology, and archaeology in Ethiopia. Jan. 12-14, 2008. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Program with abstracts, pp. 18.
Clemens, W.A. 2007. Early Jurassic allotherians from South Wales (United Kingdom). Fossil Record 10:50-59.
Clemens, W.A. 2007. Eutriconodonta (Triconodonta), McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 10th Edition, p. 728-729. Online McGraw-Hill AccessScience.
Clemens, W.A., M.B. Goodwin, J.H. Hutchison, C.R. Schaff, C.B. Wood, and M.W. Colbert. 2007. First record of a Jurassic mammal (?"Peramura") from Ethiopia. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 52(3):433-439.
Anantharaman, S., G. P. Wilson, D. C. Das Sarma, and W.A. Clemens. 2006. A possible Late Cretaceous "Haramiyidan" from India. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(2):488-490.
Clemens, W. A. 2006. Ecological diversification of mammals during the Mesozoic, the Age of Dinosaurs. Retrieved December 1, 2006, from McGraw-Hill AccessScience
Clemens, W. A. 2006. Early Paleocene (Puercan) peradectid marsupials from northeastern Montana, North American Western Interior. Palaeontographica, Abt. A. 277:19-31.
Goodwin, M. B., W. A. Clemens, J. R. Horner, and K. Padian. 2006. The smallest known Triceratops skull: New observations on ceratopsid cranial anatomy and ontogeny. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(1):103-112.
Clemens, W.A., and T.E. Williamson. 2005. A new species of Eoconodon (Triisodontidae, Mammalia) from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(1):208-213.