2022 Thomas J. Loebel and Brad Koldehoff
A Cache of Pitkin Chert Dalton Points from Montgomery County, Illinois. Illinois Archaeology, 32:1-11.
2021 Thomas J. Loebel
Paleoenvironment, Physiography, and Huber Phase Settlement Patterning. In Palos Village, An Early Seventeenth-Century Ancestral Ho-Chunk Occupation in the Chicago Area. ISAS Studies in Archaeology No. 14.
2018 Perri, Angela, Chris Widga, Dennis Lawler, Terrance Martin, Thomas Loebel, Kenneth Farnsworth, Luci Kohn, and Brent Buenger.
New Evidence of the Earliest Domestic Dogs in the Americas. American Antiquity, V84(1):68-87.
2016 Loebel, Thomas J., John Lambert, and Matthew G. Hill. Synthesis of the Folsom-Midland Record in Illinois and Wisconsin. A solicited contribution to a special edited volume of PaleoAmerica, 2(2):135-149.
2014 Hill, M.G., T.J. Loebel, and D.W. May.
The Carlisle Clovis Cache from Central Iowa. In Clovis Caches, pp. 79–106. Edited by B. Huckell and D. Kilby. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
2013 Loebel, Thomas J.
Endscrapers, Use-wear and Early Paleoindians in Eastern North America. In The Eastern Fluted Point Tradition, pp. 315–330. Edited by Joseph A.M. Gingerich. University of Utah Press.
2013 Mark F. Seeman, Thomas J. Loebel, Aaron Comstock and Garry L. Summers
Working With Wilmsen: Paleoindian End Scraper Design And Use at Nobles Pond. American Antiquity 78(3):407–432.
2012 Loebel, Thomas J.
Pattern or Bias? A Critical Evaluation of Midwestern Fluted Point Distributions using Raster Based GIS. Journal of Archaeological Science 39(5):1205–1217.
2012 Loebel, Thomas J., and M.G. Hill.
The DeWulf Site: A Unique Late Paleoindian Site in Northwest Illinois. Illinois Antiquity 47(1):3–7.
2012 Loebel, Thomas J.
Piercers, Borers, and Perforators. The Manufacture of Cylinder Seals: Results of A High Powered Use-Wear Analysis of Select Chipped Stone Implements From The Field Museum of Natural History Kish Collection. In Where Kingship Descended from Heaven, edited by Karen L. Wilson and Deborah Bekken. Oriental Institution Press. (In Press).
2011 Matthew G. Hill, David Rapson, Thomas Loebel, and David May.
Site Structure and Activity Organization at a Late Paleoindian Base Camp in Western Nebraska. American Antiquity 76(4):752–772.
2011 Christopher J. Ellis, Dillon H. Carr, and Thomas J. Loebel
The Younger Dryas and Late Pleistocene Peoples of the Great Lakes Region. Quaternary International 242(2):534–545.
2010 Loebel, Thomas J. and Matthew G. Hill
The DeWulf Site (11Hy296): A New Late-Paleoindian Site in Northwest Illinois. Current Research in the Pleistocene 27:133–134.
2009 Loebel, Thomas J.
The Withington Site (47Gt158): A Clovis Campsite in Grant County, Wisconsin. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 34(2):223–248.
2009 Koldehoff, Brad and Thomas J. Loebel
Clovis and Dalton: Unbounded and Bounded Systems in the Midcontinent of North America. In Lithic Materials and Paleolithic Societies, pp. 270–287. Edited by Brian Adams and Brooke Blades, Blackwell Publishing.
2008 M. G. Hill, David May, David Rapson, Thomas J. Loebel, James L. Theler
2007 Excavations at the OV Clary Site, Ash Hollow, Garden County, Nebraska. Current Research in the Pleistocene 25:40–42.
2007 Loebel, Thomas J. A Survey of Wisconsin Fluted Points. Current Research in the Pleistocene 24:118–119.