(1) Schwabe, S. J., Cathcart, E. M., and Carew, J. L., 2008, Elevated levels of heavy metals detected in modern soils and flooded-cave sediments from the Bahamas (doc)
(3) Schwabe, S. J., Carew, J. L., and Herbert, R., 2007, Making caves in the Bahamas: Different Recipes, Same Ingredients (pdf)
(2) Schwabe, S. J., Herbert, R., and Carew, J. L., 2007, A hypothesis for biogenic cave formation (pdf)
(4) Schwabe, S. J., and Carew, J. L., 2006,  Blue Holes: an inappropriate moniker for water-filled caves in the Bahamas (pdf)
(5) Schwabe, S. J. ,and Herbert, R., 2004, Black holes of the Bahamas: What they are and why they are black. (pdf)
(6) Herbert, R. A., Gall, A., Cogdell, R., Robert, B., and Schwabe, S. J., 2007,  Phototrophic purple sulfur bacteria as heat engines in the South Andros black hole, the Bahamas (pdf)
(7) Herbert, R. A., Ranchou-Peyruse, A. Duran, R., Guyoneaud R., and Schwabe, S., 2005, Characterization of purple sulfur bacteria from the South Andros Black Hole Cave system: highlights taxonomic problems for ecological studies among the genera Allochromatium and Thiocapsa (pdf)