Lab Publications

 

Religion and perceptions of community-based conservation in Ghana, West Africa. 

2018. Murray, G.D. and Agyare, A. . PLoS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0195498.

 

Governance and the making and breaking of social-ecological traps

 2018. Baker, D. M., G. Murray, and A. Agyare. Ecology and Society 23(1):38. DOI: 10.5751/ES-09992-230138

 

Devolution, coordination, and community based natural resource management in Ghana’s Community Resource Management Areas

2018. Murray, G.D., Agyare, A., Dearden, P. and Rollins, R. African Geographical Review DOI:10.1080/19376812.2018.1426022

 

Understanding Power in Indigenous Protected Areas: the case of the Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks

2017. Murray, G.D., and Burrows, D. Human Ecology 45(6): 1-10.

 

Why Eat Fish?  Factors influencing seafood consumer choices in British Columbia, Canada

2017. Murray, G.D., Wolff, K., and Patterson, M. Ocean and Coastal Management 144: 16-22.

 

Community Perceptions of the Contributions of Parks to Sustainability

2017. Parker, P., Rollins, R., Murray, G.D., Chafey, A., and Canessa, R. Leisure/Loisir DOI: 10.1080/14927713.2017.1352455.

 

Concerns and Benefits of Park Adjacent Communities in West Africa

2017. Acquah, E., Rollins, R., Dearden, P., and Murray, G.D. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 4:316-327.

 

Measuring What We Value: the utility of mixed methods approaches for incorporating values into marine social-ecological system management

2016. Murray, G.D., D’Anna, LM, and MacDonald, P.  Marine Policy 73:61-68.

 

A quantitative analysis of protected area governance from a community perspective

2016. Kisingo, A.W., Rollins, R., Murray, G.D., Dearden, P., and Clarke, M. Journal of Environmental Management 181:749-755.

 

Adaptation in a time of stress: a social-ecological perspective on changing fishing strategies in the Canadian snow crab fishery

2015. Murray, G.D. and Ings, D. Marine Policy 60:280-286

 

Seeing shellfish from the seashore: the importance of values and place in perceptions of aquaculture and marine social-ecological system interactions

2015.