Here you will find academic articles and other types of publications and outputs from this project.
We will continue to post research and outreach materials from this work as they are developed.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Gruby, R.L., Gray, N.J., Campbell, L.M., Acton, L. 2016. Toward a Social Science Research Agenda for Large Marine Protected Areas. Conservation Letters 9(3): 153-163. OPEN ACCESS
Gruby, R.L., Fairbanks, L.W., Acton, L., Artis, E., Campbell, L.M., Gray, N.J., Mitchell, L., Zigler, S.B.J., Wilson, K. 2017. Conceptualizing Social Outcomes of Large Marine Protected Areas. Coastal Management 45(6): 416-435. OPEN ACCESS
Gray, N.J., Bennett, N.J., Day, J., Gruby, R.L., Wilhelm, T.A., Christie, P. 2017. Human Dimensions of Large-Scale Marine Protected Areas: Advancing Research and Practice. Coastal Management 45(6): 407-415
Christie, P., Bennett, N.J., Gray, N.J., Wilhelm, T. A., Lewis, N., Ban, N.C., Gruby, R.L., Gordon, L., Day, J., Taei, S., Friedlander, A.M. 2017. Why People Matter in Ocean Governance: Incorporating Human Dimensions into Large Scale Marine Protected Areas. Marine Policy 84: 273-284.
Gray, N., Gruby, R., Campbell, L., Acton, L. (2015). Marine Wilderness or Peopled Seas?. Current Conservation. 9 (2): 13-17.
Project covered in: Berger, M. As Big Marine Reserves Proliferate, a New Focus on Enforcement. September 12, 2017, in Oceans Deeply.
Gruby, R.L., Campbell, L.M., Fairbanks, L., and Gray, N. To succeed, large ocean sanctuaries need to benefit both sea life and people. November 21, 2017, in The Conversation U.S. (Republished in the L.A. Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers.)