Enhancing Conservation Options : An Argument for Statutory Recognition of Options to Purchase Conservation Easements (OPECEs), co-authored with Jessica Owley, 40 Harvard Environmental Law Review, forthcoming.
Sustainable Development and its Discontents, co-authored with John C. Dernbach , Journal of Transnational Environmental Law, forthcoming.
Endangered Species Act: Law, Policy and Perspectives, included in “Chapter 3: Critical Habitat” for the new ABA publication on the Endangered Species Act (November 2009).
The Phantom Menace and the Real Cause: Lessons from Colorado's Hayman Fire 2002, 18 Penn St. Envtl. L. Rev. 185 (2009-2010).
What will it take for a really green Denver?, co-authored with Edward Ziegler and James Van Hemert, 7/30/06 DENVERPOST E01 2006 WLNR 13213644.
Muddled ruling on wetlands leaves nation with big mess, 6/26/06 BALTSUN 13A 2006 WLNR 11044467.
Acting Too Hastily on Preble's Mouse, 2/25/05 RKYMN 48A 2005 WLNR 2904051.
Natural Resources And Conservation Law: A Place-Based Book Of Problems And Cases, with Christine Klein and Bret Birdsong (2005).
Why Environmental Lawyers Should Know (and Care) About Land Trusts and Their Private Land Conservation Transactions, 34 ENVTL L. RPTR. 10223 (2004)(with Nancy McLaughlin).
The Endangered Species Act in Major Acts Of Congress (2004).
Environmental Law entry in Encyclopaedia Britannica (2003)(with Celia Campbell-Mohn).
ABA, Endangered Species Act: Law, Policy and Perspectives, Chapter 4 – Endangered Species Act: Critical Habitat, -2002.
Property Rights and the Maintenance of Wildlife Habitat: The Case for Conservation Land Transactions, 38 Idaho L. Rev. 431 Idaho Law Review 2002 The 2002 Symposium Edition Biodiversity & its Effects on Private Property.
Supreme Court Roundup: 2001-02, 34 NO. 1 ABA Trends 1 ABA Trends September/October, 2002.
From Population Segregation to Species Zoning: The Evolution of Reintroduction Law Under Section 10(J) of the Endangered Species Act, 1 Wyo. L. Rev. 287 Wyoming Law Review 2001 Land & Water Law Division.
Recovery Planning, the Courts and the Endangered Species Act, 16-Fall Nat. Resources & Env't 106 (2001).
The Rhetoric of Delisting Species Under the Endangered Species Act: How to Declare Victory Without Winning the War, 31 ENVTL L. RPTR. 11302 (2001).
The Endangered Species Act Issues: An Introduction, American Law Institute - American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education October, 2000 SF34 ALI-ABA 289 Federal Lands in the West Embarking on the New Millennium.
ABA, NEPA Litigation Guide, Chapter 7 -- Decision Making and Judicial Review of Agency Decisions Under NEPA (1999).
Talking About Wilderness, 76 U. DENVER L. REV. 335 (1999).
Butterflies, Cave Spiders, Milk-Vetch, Bunchgrass, Sedges, Lilies, Checker-Mallows and Why the Prohibition Against Judicial Balancing of Harm Under the Endangered Species Act is a Good Idea, 22 WM. & MARY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY REV. 313 (1998).
Four Failed Forest Standards: What We Can Learn from the History of the National Forest Management Act's Substantive Timber Management Provisions, 77 Or. L. Rev. 601 Oregon Law Review Summer 1998 Article.
Saving the Preble's mouse can also enhance the Front Range, 3/19/98 DENVERPOST B11 1998 WLNR 544430.
The Endangered Species Act: Impacts on Land Use and Development, Technical Paper No. 11, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute (1998).
The United States Forest Service and National Park Service: Paradoxical Mandates, Powerful Founders, and the Rise and Fall of Agency Discretion, 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 625 Denver University Law Review 1997 Symposium: the National Park System.
Human Population and the Loss of Biological Diversity -- Two Aspects of the Same Problem, 7 INT. J. ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION 62 (1997).
Public Good and Private Magic in the Law of Land Trusts and Conservation Easements: A Happy Present and a Troubled Future, 73 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1077 Denver University Law Review 1996 Environmental Law.
The Road to Recovery: A New Way of Thinking About the Endangered Species Act, 23 ECOLOGY L. Q. 1 (1996).
An Introduction to the Prohibition Against Takings in Section 9 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973: Learning to Live With a Powerful Species Preservation Law, 62 U. COLO. L. REV.109 (1991).
A New Approach to Spanish and Mexican Land Grants and the Public Trust Doctrine: Defining the Property Interest Protected by the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, 33 UCLA L. REV. 1364 (1986).