Newbrey, M.G., Wilson, M.V.H. and Ashworth, A.C., 2008.  Climate change and evolution of growth in Late Cretaceous to Recent North American Esociformes.  In (G. Arratia, H.-P. Schultze and M. V. H. Wilson,eds.)
Mesozoic Fishes 4 – Homology and Phylogeny, pp. 311-350, Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, München, Germany.

Lewis, A.R., Marchant, D.R., Ashworth, A.C, Hedenäs, L., Hemming, S.R., Johnson, J.V., Leng, M.L., Machlus, M.L., Newton, A.E., Raine, J.I., Willenbring, J.K., Williams. M., and Wolfe, A.P. 2008.  Mid-Miocene Cooling and the Extinction of Tundra in Continental Antarctica.  PNAS 105 (31): 10676–10680.

Williams, M., Siveter, D.J., Ashworth, A.C., Wilby, P.R., Horne, D.J., Lewis, A.R., and Marchant, D.R. 2008.  Exceptionally preserved lacustrine ostracods from the Middle Miocene of Antarctica: implications for high-latitude palaeoenvironment at 77°south. Proc. R. Soc. B. doi:10.1098/rspb.2008.0396.

Francis, J.E., Ashworth, A., Cantrill, D.J., Crame, J.A., Howe, J., Stephens, R., Tosolini, A.-M., and Thorn, V. 2008.  100 million years of Antarctic climate evolution: evidence from fossil plants.  In (Cooper, A.K., Barrett, P.J., Stagg, H., Storey, B., Stump, E., and Wise, W., eds.), Antarctica: A Keystone In A Changing World, pp. 19- 27, Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, Washington, DC, The National Academies Press.

Haywood, A.M., Smellie, J.L., Ashworth A., Cantrill D.J., Florindo F., Hambrey M.J., Hill, D.J., Hillenbrand C.D., Hunter S.J., Larter, R.D., Lear, C.H., Passchier, S., van de Wal, R. (in-press). The Middle Miocene to Pliocene record of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean, In: Martin Siegert & Fabio Florindo (eds), Antarctic Climate Evolution, Advances in Antarctic Earth Sciences, Elsevier.

Fisher, T.G., Yansa, C.H., Lowell, T.V., Lepper, K., Hajas, I., Ashworth, A. 2007. The Chronology, Climate, and Confusion of the Moorhead 1 Phase of Glacial Lake Agassiz: New Results from the Ojata Beach, North Dakota, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews, 27, 1134-1135.

Lepper, K. and Ashworth, A., 2007, A Dynamic Record of Late-Holocene Environmental Change Recorded in Banded Colluvium from the Northern Great Plains: Preliminary Data and Implications for Long-Term Drought Cycles since the Late Pleistocene. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 24, 201-204.

Lewis, A.R., Marchant, D.R., Ashworth, A.C., Hemming, S.R., and Machlus, M.L., 2007, Major middle Miocene global climate change: Evidence from East Antarctica and the Transantarctic Mountains. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 119 (11/12), 1449-1461.

Francis, J.E., Haywood, A., Ashworth, A.C., and Valdes, J., 2007, Tundra environments in the Neogene Sirius Group, Antarctica: evidence from the geological record and coupled atmosphere–vegetation models. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 164, 1–6.

Newbrey, M.G., Wilson, M.V.H., and Ashworth, A.C., 2007, Centrum growth patterns provide evidence for two small taxa of Hiodontidae in the Cretaceous Dinosaur Park Formation. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 44, 721-732.

Ashworth, A.C., 2006, Quaternary Fossil Beetle Assemblages from South America. In (Elias, S.A., ed), Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, pp. 215-228, Elsevier, Amsterdam

Yansa, C. H. and Ashworth, A. C. 2005. Late Pleistocene palaeoenvironments of the southern Lake Agassiz Basin, U.S.A. Journal of Quaternary Science 20(3), 255-267.

Newbrey, M. G. and Ashworth, A. C. 2004. A fossil record of colonization and response of lacustrine fish populations to climate change. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 61: 1807-1816.

Ashworth, A.C. and Cantrill, D. J. 2004. Neogene vegetation of the Meyer Desert Formation (Sirius Group) Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica . Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 213, 65-82.

Ashworth, A. C. 2004. Quaternary Coleoptera in the United States and Canada, In: (A.R. Gillespie, S.C. Porter & B. F. Atwater, eds.), The Quaternary Period in the United States, pp. 505-517, Elsevier, Amsterdam

Ashworth, A. C. and Thompson, F. C., 2003. A fly in the biogeographic ointment. Nature, 423, 135-136.

Ashworth, A. C. and Preece, R. C., 2003. The first freshwater molluscs from Antarctica. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 69, 89-92.

Ashworth, A.C. and Kuschel, G. 2003. Fossil weevils (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) from latitude 85° S Antarctica. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 191, 191-202

Wilson, G. S., Barron, J. A., Ashworth, A. C., Askin, R. A., Carter, J. A., Curren, M. G., Dalhuisen, D. H., Friedman, E. I., Fyodorov-Davidov, D. G., Gilichinsky, D. A., Harper, M. A., Harwood, D. M., Hiemstra, J. F., Janecek, T. H., Licht, K. J., Ostroumov, V. E., Powell, R. D., Rivkina, E. M., Rose, S. A., Stroeven, A. P., Stroeven, P., van der Meer, J. J. M., and Wizevich, M. C., 2002, The Mount Feather Diamicton of the Sirius Group: an accumulation of indicators of Neogene Antarctic glacial and climatic history Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 182, 117-131.

Ashworth, A. C., 2001. Perspectives on Quaternary Beetles and Climate Change. In (L. Gerhard, W. Harrison, and B. Hanson, eds.), Geological Perspectives of Global Climate Change. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Studies in Geology 47, pp. 153-168..

Whitlock, C., V. Markgraf, P. Bartlein, and A. Ashworth., 2001. The Mid-Latitudes of North and South America during the Last Glacial Maximum and early Holocene - Similar Paleoclimatic Sequences Despite Differing Large-Scale Controls. In: (V. Markgraf, ed.), Interhemispheric Climate Linkages, Present and Past Interhemispheric Climate Linkages in the Americas and their Societal Effects, pp. 391-416. Academic Press.

Ashworth, A.C. 2000. The ecology of Helophorus Arcticus Brown (Coleoptera:Hydrophilidae) reconsidered. Coleopterists Bulletin, 54 (2):1-9.

Niemelš, J., Kotze, J., Ashworth, A., Brandmayr, P., Desender, K., New, T., Penev, L., Samways, M. and Spence, J., 2000. The search for common anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity: a global network. Journal of Insect Conservation, 4, 3-9.

Reiss, R. A., Ashworth, A. C. and Schwert, D. P. 1999. Molecular genetic evidence for the post-Pleistocene divergence of populations of the arctic-alpine ground beetle Amara alpina (Paykull) (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Journal of Biogeography 26(4), 785-794.

Ashworth, A. C., Buckland, P. C., and Sadler, J. P. (eds.) 1997. Studies in Quaternary Entomology - An Inordinate Fondness for Insects. Quaternary Proceedings 5, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK. Ashworth,

A.C., Harwood, D.M., Webb, P.N., and Mabin, M.C.G. 1997. A weevil from the heart of Antarctica. In (A.C. Ashworth, P. Buckland, J. Sadler, eds.) Studies in Quaternary Entomology, Quaternary Proceedings No. 5, pp. 15-21, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK.

Cong, S. and Ashworth, A.C. 1997. A potential application of correspondence analysis of fossil beetle assemblages in palaeenvironmental interpretation: the Titusville example. In (A.C. Ashworth, P. Buckland, J. Sadler, eds.) Studies in Quaternary Entomology, Quaternary Proceedings No. 5, pp. 79-82, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK.

Ashworth, A.C. 1996. The response of arctic Carabidae (Coleoptera) to climate change based on the fossil record of the Quaternary Period. Annales Zoologici Fennici 33: 125-131.

Ashworth, A.C. 1996 The response of beetles to Quaternary climatic changes. In (B.Huntley, W.Cramer, A.V. Morgan, H.C. Prentice and J.R.M. Allen) Past and future rapid environmental changes: the spatial and evolutionary response of terrestrial biota, pp. 119-127. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Cong, S. and Ashworth, A.C. 1996. Palaeoenvironmental interpretation of middle and late Wisconsinan fossil coleopteran assemblages from western Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Journal of Quaternary Science 11(5): 345-356.

Cong, S., Ashworth, A.C., Schwert, D.P., and Totten, S.M. 1996. Fossil beetle evidence for a short warm interval near 40,000 yr B.P. at Titusville, Pennsylvania. Quaternary Research 45: 216-225.

Webb, P-N., Harwood, D.M., Hambrey, M.J., Krissek, L.A., Ashworth, A.C., Mabin, M.C.G., and Fabel, F.G. 1996. The Late Cenozoic Sirius Group of the upper Shackleton Glacier region, Transantarctic Mountains. Antarctic Journal of the United States, 31(2):12-13.

Webb, P-N., Harwood, D.M., Hambrey, M.J., Krissek, L.A., Ashworth, A.C., and Mabin, M.C.G. 1996. Stratigraphy of the Sirius Group, upper Shackleton Glacier region, Transantarctic Mountains. Antarctic Journal of the United States,31(2): 16-17.

Webb, P-N., Harwood, D.M., Hambrey, M.J., Krissek, L.A., Ashworth, A.C., and Mabin, M.C.G. 1996. The sub-Sirius Group Erosion Surface at Roberts Massif, upper Shackleton Glacier region, Transantarctic Mountains. Antarctic Journal of the United States, 31(2): 14-15.

Woodman, N., Schwert, D.P., Frest, T.J., and Ashworth, A.C. 1996. Paleoecology of subarctic faunal assemblages from the Woodfordian age (Pleistocene:Wisconsinan) Elkader site, northeastern Iowa. Occassional Papers of the Natural History Museum, University of Kansas, 178: 1-33.

Reiss, R.A., Schwert, D.P. and Ashworth, A.C. 1995. Field preservation of Coleoptera for molecular genetic analysis. Environmental Entomology 24: 716-719.

Shurr, G.W., Ashworth, A.C., Burke, R.B., and Diehl, P.E. 1995. Tectonic controls on the Lodgepole play in northern Stark County, North Dakota - a perspective from surface and subsurface studies. Proceedings of the Seventh Williston Basin Symposium: Montana Geological Society Guidebook (Hunter, L.D.V., ed., )p. 203-208.

Buckland, P.C., Ashworth, A.C., and Schwert, D.P. 1995. By-passing Ellis Island:insect immigration to North America. In (Butlin, R. A. And Roberts, N., eds.) Ecological Relations In Historical Time. pp 226-244. The Institute of British Geographers, Special Publication series 32, Blackwell Publishers Inc.