Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Adjunct)
Lessons from Pollution Control: Response to Heller and Hobbs 2014 (with J. Salzman), 29 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (Forthcoming 2015).
FEDERAL PUBLIC LAND AND RESOURCES LAW, 7th Ed. (with G. C. Coggins, et al.). New York: Foundation Press, 2014.
FEDERAL PUBLIC LAND AND RESOURCES LAW: TEACHER'S MANUAL, 7th Ed (with G. C. Coggins, et al.). New York: Foundation Press, 2014.
Learning from Conservation Planning for the U.S. National Wildlife Refuges (with V. J. Meretsky), 28 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY 1415 (2014). [PDF]
Planning for Adaptation to Climate Change: Lessons from the US National Wildlife Refuge System (with Vicky J. Meretsky, et. al.), 20 BIOSCIENCE 1 (Oct. 2014). [PDF]
Adaptive Management (with Jillian R. Rountree), in
THE LAW OF ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE: U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS (Michael B. Gerrard and Katrina Fischer Kuh, Eds.).
Chicago : American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2012.
The Federalism Dynamic in Natural Resources Law, in THE EVOLUTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES LAW AND POLICY (L. J. MacDonnell and S. F. Bates, Eds.). Chicago:
American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, 2010.
National Wildlife Refuges (with J. Michael Scott and Brad Griffith, et al.), in PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF ADAPTION OPTIONS FOR CLIMATE-SENSITIVE ECOSYSTEMS AND RESOURCES (S.H. Julius and J.M. West, Eds.) Washington DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2008.
New Directions in Conservation for the National Wildlife Refuge System (with Vicky J. Meretsky, et al.), 56 BIOSCIENCE 135 (2006).
The Perils of Defensive Conservation, 4 FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY & THE ENVIRONMENT 3 (2006).
Cooperative Federalism and Natural Resources Law, 14 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 179 (2005) [HeinOnline][SSRN]. Reprinted in part in FEDERAL PUBLIC LAND AND RESOURCES LAW, 6th Ed. (with George Cameron Coggins, et al.). New York: Foundation Press, 2007.
Also reprinted in part in ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY LAW, 5th Ed., (Rosenberg et. al.), New York: Foundation Press, 2008.
Laws Governing Forestry, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS (online resource). UNESCO, 2005.
The Role of Riparian Water Law in Protecting Biodiversity: An Indiana (USA) Case Study, 17 NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL 30 (1997).
AN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ANTHOLOGY (with Maxine Lipeles and Mark Squillace). Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing, 1996.
INDIANA’S BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY: STRATEGIES AND TOOLS FOR CONSERVATION (with Jessica Bennett, et al.). Washington, DC: Environmental Law Institute, 1995.
Maryland Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas Program: Wetlands Protection and Future Growth (with E. Meyers and A. Marsh), in COLLABORATIVE PLANNING FOR WETLANDS AND WILDLIFE: ISSUES AND EXAMPLES. Washington, DC: Island Press, 1995.
ENVIRONMENTAL DECISIONMAKING: NEPA AND THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, 2nd ed. (with Jackson B. Battle and Mark Squillace). Cincinnati: Anderson Publishing, 1994.