Lyew-Ayee, P., A. Maxam, & K. Mishiro, 2015. Son of a Beach: Jamaica and the Coastal Zone. The 10th Annual Public Lecture of the Environmental Foundation of Jamaica, Montego Bay, Jamaica, 2015.

Mishiro, K. & A. Maxam, 2015. Applying numerical hydrodynamic modeling for characterising current structure along the Jamaican southeast coast. Coastal Ocean Modeling: Gordon Research Conference, Maine, USA. June 7-12, 2015.

Buddo, D. & A. Maxam. 2014. The use of biology, oceanography and geographic information systems to manage the release of ballast water in Kingston Harbour, Jamaica. Proceedings of the 36th Scientific Meeting of the Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean, Jamaica. June 17-21, 2013, in International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation. vol62.  pp12.

Buddo, D. & A. Maxam, 2013. The Use of Biology, Oceanography and Geographic Information Systems to Manage the Release of Ballast Water in Kingston Harbour, Jamaica. International Maritime Organization Conference, 2013

Maxam, A. & D.F. Webber, 2012: The Hydrodynamic Modelling of Reefal Bays – Placing Coral Reefs at the Center of Bay Circulation. INTECH Open Access Publisher. Chapter in Hydrodynamics – Natural Water Bodies, ISBN 978-953-307-893-9. InTech. Eds H. E. Schulz, A. L. A. Simoes & R. J. Lobosco. pp 286.

Mishiro, K., J.H. Yoon, 2012: Short-term variability along southern coast of Korea in summer. The Marine Meteorological Sciety.

Mishiro, K., 2012: Generation mechanism of small scale current velocity fluctuations off Busan in the Tsushima Straits. Ph.D thesis, Department of Earth System Science and Technology, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University.

Maxam, A., Lyew-Ayee, P. & McIntyre, K. A., 2011. Classification of the Protection Provided by Coral Reef Systems in Jamaica – Utilizing GIS and Oceanographic Methods of Analysis. Mona Geoinformatics Institute, Kingston, Jamaica, 2011.

Maxam, A. & D.F. Webber, 2010: The influence of wind-driven currents on the circulation and bay dynamics of a semi-enclosed reefal bay, Wreck Bay, Jamaica. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science

Maxam, A. & D.F. Webber, 2009: Using the distribution of physicochemical variables to portray reefal bay waters. Journal of Coastal Research.

Maxam, A. 2009: The Boundary of Reefal Bays Based on Circulatory Dynamics. Ph.D thesis, the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.