Forage productivity and profitability in newly-established open pasture, silvopasture, and thinned forest production systems.
Orefice, J.N., Smith, R.G., Carroll, J., Asbjornsen, H., Howard, T. (forthcoming)
Agroforestry Systems. In press.

Another view.
Harker, K.N., Mallory-Smith, C., Maxwell, B.D., Mortensen, D.A., Smith, R.G. (forthcoming).
Weed Science. In press.

Soil and understory plant dynamics during conversion of forest to silvopasture, open pasture, and woodlot.
Orefice, J.N., Smith, R.G., Carroll, J., Asbjornsen, H., Kelting, D. (forthcoming).
Agroforestry Systems. In press.

Reconciling opposing soil processes in row-crop agroecosystems via soil functional zone management. 
Williams, A., Davis, A.S., Jilling, A., Grandy, A.S., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Smith, R.G., Snapp, S.S., Spokas, K.A., Yannarell, A.C., Jordan, N.R. 2017.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 236: 99-107.

The eco-evolutionary imperative: revisiting weed management in the midst of a herbicide resistance crisis.
Menalled, F.D., Peterson, R.K.D., Smith, R.G., Curran, W.S., Páez, D.J., Maxwell, B.D. 2016.
Sustainability 8, 1297; doi:10.3390/su8121297 

A disturbance-based framework for understanding weed community assembly in agroecosystems: challenges and opportunities for agroecological weed management.
Smith, R.G., Mortensen, D.A. (forthcoming)  
In: Wezel, A. (Ed.) Agroecological Practices for Sustainable Agriculture: Principles, Applications, and Making the Transition. World Scientific Publishing, London. In press.

Williams, A., Hunter, M.C., Kammerer, M., Kane, D.A., Jordan, N.R., Mortensen, D.A., Smith R.G., Snapp, S., Davis, A.S. 2016.  
PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160974. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0160974.

Williams, A., Davis, A.S., Ewing, P.M., Grandy, A.S., Kane, D.A., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Smith, R.G., Snapp, S.S., Spokas, K.A., Yannarell, A.C., Jordan, N.R. 2016. 
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 231: 291-295.

Hodgdon, E., Warren, N.D., Smith, R.G., Sideman, R.G. 2016.  
Agronomy Journal 108: 1624-1635.

Williams, A., Davis., A.S., Ewing, P.M., Grandy, A.S., Kane, D.A., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Smith, R.G., Snapp, S.S., Spokas, K.A., Yannarell, A.C., Jordan, N.R. 2016. 
Geoderma 273: 12-19.

Nettles, R., Watkins, J., Ricks, K., Boyer, M., Licht, M., Atwood, L.W., Peoples, M., Smith, R.G., Mortensen, D.A., Koide, R.T. 2016.
Applied Soil Ecology 102: 61-69.

Enhanced control of soil nitrogen cycling through soil functional zone management.
Williams, A., Ewing, P.W., Jordan, N.R., Davis, A.S., Grandy, A.S., Smith, R.G., Kane, D.A., Snapp, S.S., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Spokas, K.A., Yannarell, A.C. 2016.
Crops & Soils Magazine, American Society of Agronomy doi:10.2134/cs2016-49-0602.

Evidence for indirect effects of pesticide seed treatments on weed seed banks in maize and soybean. 
Smith, R.G., L.W. Atwood, M.B. Morris, D.A. Mortensen, R.T. Koide 2016.
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 216: 269-273.

Soil functional zone management: a vehicle for enhancing production and soil ecosystem services in row-crop agroecosystems.
Williams, A., Kane, D.A., Ewing, P.M., Atwood, L.W., Jilling, A., Li, M., Lou, Y., Davis, A.S., Grandy, A.S., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Smith, R.G., Snapp, S.S., Spokas, K.A., Yannarell, A.C., Jordan, N.R. 2016.
Frontiers in Plant Science 7:65. doi:10.3389/fpls.2016.00065

Cover crop and tillage intensities alter ground-dwelling arthropod communities during the transition to organic production.
Jabbour, R., Pisani-Gareau, T., Smith, R.G., Mullen, C., Barbercheck, M. 2016.
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 31: 361-374.

Farm, Fish, & Food Enterprise Viability in New Hampshire: A Roadmap for the NH Food Alliance 2015. 
(J. Wilhelm et. al).
Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire. Sustainability Institute. 

Performance of high tunnel tomato cultivars in northern New England. 
Warren, N.D., Sideman, R.G., Smith, R.G. 2015.
HortTechnology 25: 139-146.

Cover crop species as distinct biotic filters in weed community assembly.
Smith, R.G., Atwood, L.W., Pollnac, F.W., and Warren, N.D. 2015.
Weed Science 63:282-295.

Effects of living mulch and fertilizer on the performance of broccoli in plasticulture.
Warren, N.D., Smith, R.G., and Sideman, R.G. 2015
HortScience 50(2):218-224.

A succession-energy framework for reducing non-target impacts of annual crop production. 
Smith, R.G. 2015.
Agricultural Systems 133:14-21.

Designing cropping systems for ecosystem services.
Snapp, S.S., Smith, R.G., and Robertson, G.P. 2015.
In: Hamilton, S.K., J.E. Doll, and G.P. Robertson (eds.). Pg. 378-408.
The Ecology of Agricultural Ecosystems: Long-term Research on the Path to Sustainability. 
Oxford University Press, New York, USA.

Plant dynamics in agricultural and successional fields.
Gross, K.L., Emery, S.M., Davis, A.S., Smith, R.G., and Robinson, T.M.P. 2015.
In: Hamilton, S.K., J.E. Doll, and G.P. Robertson (eds.). Pg. 158-187.
The Ecology of Agricultural Ecosystems: Long-term Research on the Path to Sustainability. 
Oxford University Press, New York, USA.

Cultivar diversity as a means of ecologically intensifying dry matter production in a perennial forage stand. 
Pollnac, F.W., Smith, R.G., and Warren N.D. 2014.
Ecosphere 5(9):115.

Increased productivity of a cover crop mixture is not associated with enhanced agroecosystem services.
Smith, R.G.,  Atwood, L.W., and Warren N.D. 2014.
PLoS ONE 9 (5).

A scale-explicit framework for conceptualizing the environmental impacts of agricultural land use changes.
Hale, I., W. Wollheim, R.G. Smith, H. Asbjornsen, A. Brito, K. Broders, A.S. Grandy, and R. Rowe. 2014.
Sustainability 6: 8432-8451; doi:10.3390/su6128432.

Soil seed bank community structure of pastures and hayfields on an organic farm.
Sanderson, M.A., Stout R., Goslee, S., Gonet J., and Smith R.G. 2014.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science 94: 621-631.

Multivariate relationships influencing crop yields during the transition to organic management.
Schipanski, M.E., SmithR.G., Pisani-Gareau, T.L., Jabbour R., Lewis, D.B., Barbercheck, M.E., Mortensen, D.A., and Kaye, J.P. 2014.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 189: 119-126.

Structural equation modeling facilitates transdisciplinary research on agriculture and climate change.
Smith, R.G., Davis, A.S., Jordan, N.R., Atwood, L.W., Daly, A.B., Grandy, A.S., Hunter, M.C., Koide, R.T., Mortensen, D.A., Ewing, P., Kane, D., Li, M., Lou, Y., Snapp, S.S., Spokas, K.A., and Yannarell, A.C. 2014.
Crop Science 54: 475-483.

Effects of soil amendments on the abundance of a parasitic weed, yellow rattle (Rhinanthus minor L.) in hayfields.
Smith, R.G. and Cox, D.A. 2014.
Weed Science 62: 118-124.

Influence of Seasonal Changes and Shifting Substrate on Survival of Restoration Plantings of Schizachyrium maritimum (Gulf Bluestem) on Santa Rosa Island, Florida.
Miller, D.L., Thetford, M., Dupree, J. and Atwood, L. 2014.
Journal of Coastal Research. 30: 237-247.

The biological basis for N management in agroecosystems.
Grandy, A.S., Kallenbach, C.M., Loecke, T., Snapp, S.S., Smith R.G. 2012.
In T. Cheeke, D.C. Coleman, D.H. Wall (eds.) Microbial Ecology in Sustainable Agroecosystems. CRC Press. Pp. 113-132.

Navigating a critical juncture for sustainable weed management.
Mortensen, D.A., Egan, J.F., Maxwell, B.D., Ryan, M.R., Smith, R.G. 2012.
BioScience 62: 75-84.

University of New Hampshire High Tunnel Tomato Variety Trial. Extension Report.
Warren, N.D., and Sideman, R.G. 2012.

Assessing and visualizing agricultural management practices: A multivariable hands-on approach for education and extension.
Smith, R.G., Gareau, T.P., Mortensen, D.A., Curran, W.S., and Barbercheck, M.E. 2011.
Weed Technology 25: 680-687.

Dynamics of photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD) and estimates in coastal northern California.
Ge, S., Smith, R.G., Jacovides, C.P., Kramer, M.G., and Carruthers, R.I. 2011.
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 105: 107-118.

2,4-D resistant crops and the potential for evolution of 2,4-D resistant weeds.
Egan, J.F., Maxwell, B.D., Mortensen, D.A., Ryan, M.R., and Smith, R.G. 2011.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: E37. 

Direct and indirect impacts of weed management practices on soil quality.
Smith, R.G., Ryan, M.R., and Menalled, F.D. 2011.
Soil Management: Building a Stable Base for Agriculture. American Society of Agronomy Series.
Pp. 275-286. J.L. Hatfield and T.J. Sauer (eds.).

Yield and net returns during the transition to organic feed grain production. 
Smith, R.G., Barbercheck, M.E., Mortensen, D.A., Hyde, J., and Hulting, A.G. 2011.
Agronomy Journal 103: 51-59.

The use and impacts of glyphosate and pyraclostrobin in soybean and sugar beet farming: selected socio-ecological issues in Michigan's Huron, Sanilac, Lapeer and Tuscola counties, USA.
Atwood, L., and Bingen, J. 2010.
World Congress of Soil Science Conference Proceedings, Brisbane, Australia. August 1-6.

Suppressing Weeds Using Cover Crops in Pennsylvania. 
Nord, E.A., Smith, R.G., Curran, W.S., and Ryan, M.R. 2010.
Agroecology in Practice Series: Penn State University Extension.

Spider plots: a tool for participatory extension learning.
Gareau, T.L.P., Smith, R.G., Barbercheck, M.E., and Mortensen, D.A. 2010.
Journal of Extension 48 (5).

Genetic Divergence Among Massachusetts Populations of the Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp Eubranchipus vernalis (Crustacea: Anostraca).
McCafferty, S.S., Warren, N., Wilbur, C., and Shumway, S. 2010.
Northeastern Naturalist 17: 285-304.

Management filters and species traits: Weed community assembly in long-term organic and conventional systems.
Ryan, M.R., Smith, R.G., Mirsky, S.B., Mortensen, D.A., and Seidel, R. 2010.
Weed Science 58: 265-277.

A new hypothesis for the functional role of diversity in mediating resource pools and weed-crop competition in agroecosystems.
Smith, R.G., Mortensen, D.A., and Ryan, M.R. 2010.
Weed Research 50: 37-48.

Weed-crop competition relationships differ between organic and conventional cropping systems.
Ryan, M.R., Smith, R.G., Mortensen, D.A., Teasdale, J.R., Curran, W.S., and Seidel, R. 2009.
Weed Research 49: 572-580.

Effects of initial seed bank density on weed seedling emergence during the transition to an organic feed grain crop rotation.
Smith, R.G., Jabbour, R., Hulting, A.G., Barbercheck, M.E., Mortensen, D.A. 2009.
Weed Science 57: 533-540.

Weed science research and funding: a call to action.
Davis, A.S., Hall, J.C., Jasieniuk, M., Locke, M.A., Luschei, E.C., Mortensen, D.A., Riechers, D.E., Smith, R.G., Sterling, T.M., and Westwood, J.H. 2009.
Weed Science 57: 442-448.

Effects of crop diversity on agroecosystem function: crop yield response.
Smith, R.G., Gross, K.L., and Robertson, G.P. 2008.
Ecosystems 11: 355-366.

Diversity and abundance of earthworms across an agricultural land-use intensity gradient.
Smith, R.G., McSwiney, C.P., Grandy, A.S., Suwanwaree, P., Snider, R.M., and Robertson, G.P. 2008.
Soil & Tillage Research 100: 83-88.

Temporal yield variability under conventional and alternative management systems.
Smith, R.G., Menalled, F.D., Robertson, G.P. 2007.
Agronomy Journal 99: 1629-1634.

Wild oat (Avena fatua) seed bank dynamics in transition to organic wheat production systems.
Maxwell, B.D., Smith, R.G., and Brelsford, M. 2007.
Weed Science 55: 212-217.

Assembly of weed communities along a crop diversity gradient.
Smith, R.G., and Gross, K.L. 2007.
Journal of Applied Ecology 44: 1046-1056.

Competitiveness of herbicide resistant and susceptible kochia (Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad.) under contrasting management practices.
Menalled, F.D., Smith, R.G. 2007.
Weed Biology and Management 7: 115-119.

Impact of agricultural management on carabid communities and weed seed predation.
Menalled, F.D., Smith, R.G., Dauer, J.T., and Fox, T.B. 2007.
Agriculture, Ecosystems, & Environment 118: 49-54.

Rapid change in the germinable fraction of the weed seed bank in crop rotations.
Smith, R.G., Gross, K.L. 2006.
Weed Science 54: 1094-1100.

Integrated strategies for managing agricultural weeds: making cropping systems less susceptible to weed colonization and establishment.
Smith, R.G., and Menalled, F.D. 2006.
Montana State University Extension, Bulletin MT200601-AG.

Lessons from agriculture may improve the management of invasive plants in wildland systems.
Smith, R.G., Maxwell, B.D., Menalled, F.D., and Rew, L.J. 2006.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4: 428-434.

Timing of tillage is an important filter on the assembly of weed communities.
Smith, R.G. 2006.
Weed Science 54: 705-712.

Weed community and corn yield variability in diverse management systems. 
Smith, R.G., and Gross, K.L. 2006.
Weed Science 54: 106-113.

Plant-Provided Food for Carnivorous Insects: a Protective Mutualism and its Applications.
Menalled, F.D., and Smith, R.G. 2006.
Environmental Entomology 35: 1137. [book review]

Earthworms and weed seed distribution in annual crops. 
Smith, R.G., Gross, K.L., and Januchowski, S. 2005.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 108: 363-367.

Incorporating ecology into agriculture.
Gross, K.L., and Smith, R.G. 2002.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17: 490-491. [book review]