Fairbanks, L, LM Campbell, N Boucquey, and K St. Martin. 2018. Assembling Enclosure: Reading Marine Spatial Planning for Alternatives. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108 (1): 144-161. [Limited Open Access Link]
Gruby, RL, Fairbanks, L, Acton, L, Artis, E, Campbell, LM, Gray, NJ, Mitchell, L, Zigler, SBJ, Wilson, K. 2017. Conceptualizing social outcomes of large marine protected areas. Coastal Management. 45 (6): 416-435. [Open Access Link]
Campbell, LM, NJ Gray, L Fairbanks, JJ Silver, RL Gruby, B Dubik, X Basurto. 2016. Global Oceans Governance: New and Emerging Issues. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41: 517-543.
Fairbanks, L. 2016. Moving mussels offshore? Perceptions of offshore aquaculture policy and expansion in New England. Ocean and Coastal Management 130: 1-12.
Boucquey, N, L Fairbanks, K St. Martin, LM Campbell, and BJ McCay. 2016. The Ontological Politics of Marine Spatial Planning: (Re)Assembling the Ocean and Shaping the Capacities of ‘Community’ and ‘Environment’. Geoforum 75: 1-11.
Silver, JJ, NJ Gray, LM Campbell, LW Fairbanks, and RL Gruby. 2015. Blue Economy and Competing Discourses in International Oceans Governance. The Journal of Environment and Development 24 (2): 135-160.
Campbell, LM, NJ Gray, LW Fairbanks, JJ Silver, and RL Gruby. 2013. Oceans at Rio+20. Conservation Letters 6 (6): 439-447.
Fairbanks, L, and LM Campbell. The nature of the state: Tracing the institutional dynamics of US national aquaculture policy. In prep.
Popular Press and Other Publications
Gruby, R, L Campbell, L Fairbanks, N Gray. 2017. “To succeed, large ocean sanctuaries need to benefit both sea life and people.” The Conversation. November 21, 2017. Available at: https://theconversation.com/to-succeed-large-ocean-sanctuaries-need-to-benefit-both-sea-life-and-people-86977
Fairbanks, LW. 2015. The Geographies of Policy: Assembling National Marine Aquaculture Policy in the United States. Doctoral dissertation, Duke University: Durham, NC. [Full text link]
Fairbanks, L.W. 2010. “Rural Entrepreneurship in the Down East and Outer Banks Regions.” Prepared as part of the Saltwater Connections Resource Guide for sustainable development in North Carolina’s central coastal communities.