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Additional Research and Publications

Access to Rockies Research and Publications on Public Lands and the Environment


April 2011
The Rockies: A Region Continually Defined and Redefined by Resources and Environment
Prof. Walter Hecox, Rockies Project Faculty Director

April 2011
The Eastern Plains: Decline and Rejuvenation
Brendan Boepple and Rebecca Spira, 2010-11 Rockies Project Student Researchers

April 2011
Recreation: Nature Based Recreation in the Rockies: The New Value of the Region’s Resources
Emil Dimantchev with help from Zoe Osterman, 2010-11 Rockies Project Student Researchers

April 2010
Agriculture in the Rockies: Land and Water
Katherine Sherwood, 2009-10 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2010
Agriculture in the Rockies: Production
Russell Clarke, 2009-10 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2009
Repopulating the Rockies: Highlighting the Megapolitans and “Rural Economic Clusters of the Region"

Porter Friedman, 2008-09 Rockies Project Student Researcher
April 2009
Wild and Scenic Rivers: The Importance of Federal River Protection in the Rockies
Sarah Turner, 2008-09 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2009
US Laws and Policies Protecting Wildlife
Phillip Kannan, Distinguished Lecturer & Legal Scholar-in-Residence, Environment Program, Colorado College

April 2009
Wildlife Range and Condition: The Historic and Current State of Wildlife in the Rockies
Julia Head, 2008-09 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2009
Impacts of Energy Development on Wildlife: Highlighting the Unique Resources of the Region
Alex Weiss, 2008-09 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2009
Wildlife Management: Facilitating Safe and Sustainable Wildlife Populations in the Rockies
Scott Wozencraft, 2008-09 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2008
Renewable Energy in the Rockies: Responsibly Using the Resources of the West
Elizabeth Kolbe, 2007-08 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2008
Restoring Rivers in the West: Environmental Benefit, Economic Opportunity
Lucy Emerson-Bell, 2007-08 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2008
Wilderness and Extractive Industries: An Economic Transition in the Rockies
Brandon Goldstein, 2007-08 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2007
Water Sustainability in the Rockies: Agriculture to Urban Transfers and Implications for Future Water Use
Tyler McMahon, 2006-07 Rockies Project Student Researcher and Matthew Reuer, Environment Program Technical Director

April 2007
The Healthy Forests Restoration Act
Phillip Kannan, Distinguished Lecturer & Legal Scholar-in-Residence, Environment Program, Colorado College

April 2007
Forest Health in the Rockies: Human Needs and Ecological Reality
Carissa Look, 2006-07 Rockies Project Student Researcher and Matthew Reuer, Environment Program Technical Director

April 2007
Feeding from the Federal Trough: Patterns of Federal Government Expenditure Around the Rockies
Pablo Navarro, 2006-07 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2006
Ranching in the Rockies: Threats and Signs of Hope
Andrew Yarbrough and Jared Kapela, 2005-06 Rockies Project Student Researchers and Caitlin O’Brady, Rockies Project Research Manager

April 2006
Conservation Easements: Preserving Private Land in the Rockies
Jared Kapela and Andrew Yarbrough, 2005-06 Rockies Project Student Researchers and Bryan Hurlbutt, Rockies Project Program Coordinator

April 2006
New Resource Management: Innovative Approaches in the Rockies
Chris Jackson, 2005-06 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2006
Experiments in Managing the Federal Estate: The Case of the Valles Caldera National Preserve and Trust
F. Patrick Holmes, former Program Coordinator, State of the Rockies Project

April 2006
The Endangered Species Act of 1973: An Overview
Phillip Kannan, Distinguished Lecturer & Legal Scholar-in-Residence, Environment Program, Colorado College

April 2006
Preserving Biodiversity: Mapping Habitat Threat in the Rockies
Amanda Strauss, 2005-06 Rockies Project Student Researcher, Bryan Hurlbutt, Rockies Project Program Coordinator, Caitlin O’Brady, Rockies Project Research Manager

April 2006
Regional Challenges of Future Climate Change: Endless Summer or Business as Usual?
Matthew Reuer, Environment Program Technical Director

April 2006
Climate Change: Modeling a Warmer Rockies and Assessing the Implications
Gregory Zimmerman, 2005-06 Rockies Project Student Researcher, Caitlin O’Brady, Rockies Project Research Manager, Bryan Hurlbutt, Rockies Project Program Coordinator

April 2005
National Parks Under Stress
F. Patrick Holmes, Rockies Program Coordinator and Bryan Hurlbutt, 2004-05 Rockies Project Student Researcher

April 2005
Rockies Energy Futures
Chase Whitney, Visiting Student Researcher, Bryan Hurlbutt, 2004-05 Rockies Project Student Researcher, F. Patrick Holmes, Rockies Project Program Coordinator

April 2005
Rockies Sprawl Index
F. Patrick Holmes, Rockies Project Program Coordinator

April 2005
Native American Tribes Regaining Sovereignty – Success Cases
Prof. Walter Hecox, Rockies Project Faculty Director, Rebecca Schild, 2004-05 Rockies Project Student Researcher, Chase Whitney, Visiting Student Researcher

April 2004
Grading the Rockies: Land and Environment
Prof. Walter Hecox, Rockies Project Faculty Director and F. Patrick Holmes Rockies Project Program Coordinator