Legal Wilderness: Its Past and Some Speculations on its Future, 44 Envtl. L. 549 (2014). FULLTEXT
Reflections on Social Change and Law Reform, 84 U. Colo. L. Rev. 217 (2013). FULLTEXTSSRN
Federal Lands in the Twenty-First Century, 50 Nat. Resources J. 111 (2010). FULLTEXTSSRN
Notes on a Progressive National Water Policy, 3 Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. 133 (2009). FULLTEXTSSRNURL
In Praise of Joe Sax, 14 Hastings W.–Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 13 (2008). FULLTEXT
Interstate Groundwater Resources: The Federal Role, 14 Hastings W.–Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 1475 (2008). FULLTEXTSSRN
Where's the Beef? Facilitating Voluntary Retirements of Federal Lands from Livestock Grazing, 17 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 368 (2008) (with Molly S. McUsic). FULLTEXTSSRN
A Conversation About Takings and Water Rights, 83 Tex. L. Rev. 1985 (2005). FULLTEXTSSRN
Contemporary Politics of Wilderness Preservation, 25 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 1 (2005). FULLTEXTSSRN
A Property Clause for the Twenty-First Century, 75 U. Colo. L. Rev. 1101 (2004). FULLTEXTSSRN
Natural Resources Policy in the Bush (II) Administration: An Outsider's Somewhat Jaundiced Assessment, 14 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol'y F. 347 (2004). FULLTEXTSSRN
The Federal Role in Managing the Nation's Groundwater, 11 Hastings W.–Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 1 (2004) (reprinted in 14 Hastings W.-N.W. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 1323 (2008)). FULLTEXTSSRN
Mining Law Reform Redux, Once More, 42 Nat. Resources J. 461 (2002). FULLTEXTSSRN
Shaping the Modern West: The Role of the Executive Branch, 72 U. Colo. L. Rev. 287 (2001). FULLTEXTSSRN
The Babbitt Legacy at the Department of the Interior: A Preliminary View, 31 Envtl. L. 199 (2001). FULLTEXTSSRN
Water Rights for New Federal Land Conservation Programs: A Turn-of-the-Century Evaluation, 4 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 271 (2001). FULLTEXTSSRN
Public Lands at the Millennium, 46 Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst. 1 (2000).
Challenges to Environmental Law, 25 Envtl. L. 967 (1995). FULLTEXTSSRN
Natural Resources Policy in the Clinton Administration: A Mid-Course Evaluation from Inside, 25 Envtl. L. 679 (1995). FULLTEXT
Whither the Public Lands, 41 Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst. 3-1 (1995) (with Jerome C. Muys).
The Prior Appropriation Doctrine of Water Law in the West: An Emperor with Few Clothes, 29 J. West 5 (1990).
The State of Constitutional Law in the States of the United States: Are There Any Lessons for Australia?, 20 U. W. Austl. L. Rev. 373 (1990). FULLTEXTSSRN
Arizona Law Where Ground and Surface Water Meet, 20 Ariz. St. L.J. 657 (1988) (with James Belanger). FULLTEXTSSRN
Reforming the Mining Law: Problems And Prospects, 9 Pub. Land L. Rev. 1 (1988). FULLTEXTSSRN
The Making of the Arizona Constitution, 20 Ariz. St. L.J. 1 (1988). FULLTEXTSSRN
Water and Wilderness/Law and Politics, 23 Land & Water L. Rev. 389 (1988). FULLTEXTSSRN
Granite Rock and the States' Influence Over Federal Land Use, 18 Envtl. L. 99 (1987). FULLTEXTSSRN
Indigenous Peoples, Land Claims and Control of Mineral Development: Australian and U.S. Legal Systems Compared, 8 U. New S. Wales L.J. 271 (1985). FULLTEXTSSRN
Irrigation Districts in a Changing WestAn Overview, 1982 Ariz. St. L.J. 345 (1982). FULLTEXTSSRN
Wilderness and its DiscontentsWilderness Review Comes to the Public Lands, 1981 Ariz. St. L.J. 361 (1981). FULLTEXTSSRN
Unraveling the Sagebrush Rebellion: Law, Politics and Federal Lands, 14 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 317 (1980). FULLTEXTSSRN
Management of Federal Coal Reserves, 24 Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst. 139 (1978) (with Leo M. Krulitz).
Interlocutory Injunctive Relief in Environmental Cases: A Primer for the Practitioner, 6 Ecology L.Q. 639 (1977). FULLTEXTSSRN
The Federal Judiciary and National Forest Management, 75 J. Forestry 195 (Apr. 1977).
Non-NEPA Legal Aspects of Federal Coal Leasing and Development Policy: An Environmental Attorney's Analysis, 9 Nat. Resources Law. 495 (1976). FULLTEXT
A Black Mark: Failure of the Federal Coal Leasing Policy, 17 Env't 6 (Dec. 1975) (with Terry R. Lash). CATALOG
Computers and Federal Regulation, 21 Admin. L. Rev. 287 (1969) (with Calvin Davison & Stephen L. Babcock). FULLTEXT
Chapters In Books
Litigation Versus Settlement in Non-Indian Federal Reserved Rights, inThe Future of Indian and Federal Reserved Water Rights: The Winters Centennial 270 (Barbara Cosens & Judith V. Royster eds. 2012). CATALOG
The Future of Winters, inThe Future of Indian and Federal Reserved Water Rights: The Winters Centennial 307 (Barbara Cosens & Judith V. Royster eds. 2012). CATALOG
Preface to the First Edition, inEndangered Species Act: Law, Policy, and Perspectives xv (Donald C. Baur & Wm. Robert Irvin eds., American Bar Ass'n 2010). CATALOG
The Future of Mineral Development on Federal Lands, inThe Evolution of Natural Resources Law and Policy 346 (Lawrence J. MacDonnell & Sarah F. Bates eds., American Bar Ass'n 2010). CATALOG
Department of the Interior: Natural Resources Serving Society, inChange for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President 388 (Mark Green and Michele Jon eds., 2009). CATALOG
FDR's Expansion of Our National Patrimony: A Model for Leadership, inFDR and the Environment 177 (Henry Henderson & David Woolner eds., Palgrave Macmillan 2005).
Putting the Antiquities Act in Perspective, inVisions of the Grand Staircase–Escalante: Examining Utah's Newest National Monument 83 (Robert B. Keiter, Sarah B. George, & Joro Walker eds., Utah Museum of Natural Hist. 1998).
The Arizona Constitution, inArizona Legal Research Guide 1 (Kathy Shimpock–Vieweg & Marianne Sidorski Alcorn eds., W.S. Hein 1992). CATALOG
Natural Resources Policy, inNatural Resources and the Environment: The Reagan Approach 13 (Paul R. Portney ed., Urban Inst. Press 1984). CATALOG
Sharing Federal Multiple–Use Lands — Historic Lessons and Speculations for the Future, inRethinking the Federal Lands 235 (Sterling Brubaker ed., Resources for the Future 1984). CATALOG
Special Water Districts—The Historical Background, inSpecial Water Districts: Challenge for the Future 11 (James N. Corbridge ed., Natural Res. Law Ctr., Univ. of Colo. Sch. of Law 1983).
Book Review, 23 Ariz. St. L.J. 1163 (1991) (reviewing John S. Goff ed., The Records of the Arizona Constitutional Convention of 1910 (1991)). HEINWL
Book Review, Wash. Monthly (Nov. 1986) (reviewing Mark Reisner, Cadillac Desert: The American West and its Disappearing Water (1986)).
Book Review, 27 Jurimetrics J. 77 (1986) (reviewing Howard Ball, Justice Downwind (1986)). HEIN
Book Review, Amicus J. (Summer 1985) (reviewing Frank Welsh, How To Create a Water Crisis (1985)).
Book Review, New Times Phoenix (Feb. 1982) (reviewing Philip L. Fradkin, A River No More: The Colorado River and the West (1981)).
Newspaper & Magazine Articles
Mining's Diminished Future, High Country News, Oct. 24, 2028, at 1988 (reprinted inReopening the Western Frontier 242 (Ed Marston ed., Island Press 1989)).
Mining Law Reform Reaches a Critical Phase, Colo. Plateau Advoc., Summer, 1991.
Solving Water Rights Conflicts, J. Am. Water Works Ass'n, Mar., 1991, at 36 (with Les Lampe, Gary R. Clark, Glen H. Fiedler & Duane Georgeson).
Implications of Arizona Public Service v. Long for Water Management in Arizona, Effluent: Yours, Mine, Ours, Oct., 1989.
Strategies to Protect Streamflows in Arizona's Dwindling Riparian Area, Ariz. Waterline, Fall, 1986 (reprinted inAriz. St. U.L.F. (Fall 1986)).
The Law and the Hydrological Staircase, Ariz. Waterline, Spring, 1986.
Implications of Federal Water Project Cost–Sharing for Arizona, Ariz. Waterline, Summer, 1985.
Working in the System, Envtl. Action, 1977. CATALOG