Moyes, Holley and Keith M. Prufer, Kayuko Naj Tunich: A Foundational Shrine at Uxbenká. Accepted with revisions by Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
Moyes, Holley, Nathan Craig, and Mark Aldenderfer, in limbo, A GIS- based Approach to Identifying Ritual Activity in Cave Dark Zones, Submitted to Journal of Cave and Karst Studies.
Prufer, Keith M., Holley Moyes, Brendan Culleton, Andrew Kindon, and Douglas Kennett, 2011,Uxbenká: Formation of a Complex Polity on the Eastern Periphery of the Maya Lowlands. Latin American Antiquity, 22(2): 199-223.
Moyes, Holley, Jaime J. Awe, George Brook, and James Webster, 2009, The Ancient Maya Drought Cult: Late Classic Cave Use in Belize, Latin American Antiquity 20(1): 175-206.
Craig, Nathan, Mark Aldenderfer, and Holley Moyes, 2006, Multivariate Visualization and Analysis of Photomapped Artifact Scatters, Journal of Archaeological Science 20:1-10.
Aldenderfer, Mark, and Holley Moyes, 2005, The Valley of the Eagle: Zhang-zhung, Kyunglung, and the Pre-Buddhist Sites of Far Western Tibet, Expedition 47(2):28-34.
Moyes, Holley and James E. Brady, 2005, The Heart of Creation, The Heart of Darkness: Ritual Cave Use in Mesoamerica. Expedition 47(3):30- 36.
Moyes, Holley, 2002, The Use of GIS in the Spatial Analysis of an Archaeological Cave Site, Gisvision Magazine, Sept. Issue, http://www.gisvisionmag.com/#
Moyes, Holley, 2002, The Use of GIS in the Spatial Analysis of an Archaeological Cave Site, Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, 64(1): 9-16. http://www.caves.org/pub/journal/Journal_of_Cave_and_Karst_Studies _volume_64.htm
Moyes, Holley and Jaime J. Awe, 2000, Spatial Analysis of an Ancient Cave Site. ArcUser, Vol. 3(4), pp.64-68. http://www.esri.com/news/arcuser/1000/cave.html