1. Alabi, R.A. (2004). The Nigerian environment and the challenges to

archaeology.         Journal of Environment and Culture, 1(2): 100 – 120.


2.           Alabi, R.A (2005). Late Stone Age technologies and agricultural beginnings In: Pre-Colonial Nigeria: Essays in honour of ToyinFalola, (ed) Ogundiran,

                                New Jersey: Africa World Press, pp. 87 – 104.


3.             Aleru, J.O. and R.A. Alabi (2005). The environment of north central  Yorubaland and its implications for the archaeology of the area. Journal of Environment and Culture,2 (10: 58 – 73.


4.             Usman, A., Aleru, J. and Alabi, R. (2005). Sociopolitical formation on the             Yoruba northern frontier: a report of recent work at Ila-Iyara, north central            Nigeria. Journal of African Archaeology, 3(1): 139 – 154.


5.             Alabi, R.A. and M. A. Sowunmi (2008). Late Quaternary environmental changes in the coastal region of south-western Nigeria.Journal of Environment and Culture, 592): 65 – 78.


6.             Alabi, R.A, J.O. Aleru, A.O. Opadeji and A. Usman (2009). A hunter gatherer community in the rain forest belt of southwestern Nigeria. NyameAkume, no. 72 (Dec., 2009): 74 – 77.


7.             Aleru, J.O and R.A. Alabi (2010) Towards a reconstruction of Yoruba culture history: a toponymic perspective. African study monographs, 31(4): 149 – 162.


8.             Odunbaku, J.B and Alabi, R.A. (2011). Ditches and ramparts as evidence of        warfare in 19th Century Yorubaland: a view from Keesi, southwestern Nigeria.           Journal of Environment and Culture, 8(2): 1-11.

9.             Lawuyi, O.B.; P.A. Oyelaran, S.O. Ogundele, J.O. Aleru, R.A. Alabi, O.A. Opadeji, and B.O. Ololajulo. (2011) Archaeological and Anthropological cooperation on a search: Owu and thoughts on the diaspora. Journal of Nigerian Field Archaeology, 1(1): 22-30.


10.          Aleru, J.O. and R.A. Alabi (2012). Archaeological work on the southwest coast of Nigeria: a search for evidence on the Atlantic slave trade. Journal             of Nigerian Field Archaeology, 2(2): 77-91.