Research and Outreach Interests:
Leinwand, I. I. F., D. M. Theobald, J. Mitchell, & R. L. Knight. 2010. Landscape dynamics at the public-private interface: A case study in Colorado. Landscape and Urban Planning 97:182-193.
Goldstein, J. H., Presnall, C., L. Lopez-Hoffman, G. P. Nabhan, , R. L. Knight, G. Ruyle, and T. P. Toombs. 2011. Beef and beyond: Paying for ecosystem services on Western US rangelands. Rangelands 33:4-12.
Knight, R. L., J. Thorpe, and L. Hidinger. 2011. Rangelands and ecosystem services: Economic wealth from land health? Rangelands 33:2-3.
Miller, S. G., R. L. Knight, and C. K. Miller. 2001. Wildlife responses to pedestrians and dogs. Wildlife Society Bulletin.
Odell, E. A., and R. L. Knight. 2001. Songbird and medium-sized mammal communities associated with exurban development in Pitkin County, Colorado. Conservation Biology.
Mitchell, J. F., R. L. Knight, and R. J. Camp. 2002. Landscape attributes of subdivided ranches. Rangelands.
Tisdale, R., and R. L. Knight. 2003. Densities of brown-headed cowbirds on grazed and ungrazed riparian areas along the middle Rio Grande River, New Mexico. Studies in Avian Biology.
Graham, L., and R. L. Knight. 2003. Cliff plant communities of the Colorado Front Range. Plant Ecology.
Odell, E. A., D. M. Theobald, and R. L. Knight. 2003. Incorporating ecology into land use planning: the songbird's case for clustered development. Journal of the American Planning Association.
Maestas, J. D., R. L. Knight, and W. C. Gilgert. 2003. Biodiversity across a rural land-use gradient. Consrvation Biology.
Taylor, A. R., and R. L. Knight. 2003. Wildlife responses to recreation and associated visitor perceptions. Ecological Applications.
Hansen, A. J., R. L. Knight, J. Marzluff, S. Powell, K. Brown, P. Hernandez, and K. Jones. 2005. Effects of exurban development on biodiversity: patterns, mechanisms, and research needs. Ecological Applications.
Knight, R. L. 2007. Ranchers as a keystone species in a West that works. Rangelands 29:1-7
Knight, R. L. 2007. To save the earth or to save a watershed: Optimism versus hope. Conservation Biology 21:1397-1398
Lenth, B. E., R. L. Knight, & M. E. Brennan. 2008. The effects of dogs on wildlife communities. Natural Areas Journal 28:218-227
Knight, R. L., and S. F. Bates, eds. 1995. A new century for natural resources management. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Knight, R. L., and P. B. Landres, eds. 1998. Stewardship across boundaries. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Meine, C., and R. L. Knight, eds. 1999. The essential Aldo Leopold. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.
Knight, R. L., F. W. Smith, S. W. Buskirk, W. H. Romme, and W. L. Baker. 2000. Forest fragmentation in the Southern Rocky Mountains. University Press of Colorado, Niwot.
Knight, R. L., W. C. Gilgert, and E. Marston, eds. 2002. Ranching west of the 100th meridian. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Knight, R. L., and S. Riedel, eds. 2002. Aldo Leopold and the ecological conscience. Oxford University Press, New York.
Meffe, G. K., L. A. Nielson, R. L. Knight, and D. A. Schenborn. 2002. Ecosystem management: adaptive, community-based conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Pritchett, L., R. L. Knight, and J. Lee. 2007. Home land: ranching and a West that works. Johnson Press, Boulder, Colorado.
Knight, R.L., and C. White, eds. 2008. Conservation for a new generation. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Knight, R.L., and C. White, eds. 2008. Conservation for a new generation: Redefining natural resources management. Island Press, Washington, DC.