Noella Gray
Noella Gray
Dept. of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, University of Guelph
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Blue economy and competing discourses in international oceans governance
JJ Silver, NJ Gray, LM Campbell, LW Fairbanks, RL Gruby
The Journal of Environment & Development 24 (2), 135-160, 2015
A decommodified experience? Exploring aesthetic, economic and ethical values for volunteer ecotourism in Costa Rica
NJ Gray, LM Campbell
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 15 (5), 463-482, 2007
Half-Earth or Whole Earth? Radical ideas for conservation, and their implications
B Büscher, R Fletcher, D Brockington, C Sandbrook, WM Adams, ...
Oryx 51 (3), 407-410, 2017
Gatekeepers and keymasters: Dynamic relationships of access in geographical fieldwork
LM Campbell, NJ Gray, ZA Meletis, JG Abbott, JJ Silver
Geographical Review 96 (1), 97-121, 2006
Global Oceans Governance: New and Emerging Issues
LM Campbell, NJ Gray, L Fairbanks, JJ Silver, RL Gruby, BA Dubik, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41, 517-543, 2016
Why people matter in ocean governance: Incorporating human dimensions into large-scale marine protected areas
P Christie, NJ Bennett, NJ Gray, TA Wilhelm, N Lewis, J Parks, NC Ban, ...
Marine Policy 84, 273-284, 2017
Studying Global Environmental Meetings to Understand Global Environmental Governance: Collaborative Event Ethnography at the Tenth Conference of the Parties to the Convention …
LM Campbell, C Corson, NJ Gray, KI MacDonald, JP Brosius
Global Environmental Politics 14 (3), 1-20, 2014
An appeal for a code of conduct for marine conservation
NJ Bennett, L Teh, Y Ota, P Christie, A Ayers, JC Day, P Franks, D Gill, ...
Marine Policy 81, 411-418, 2017
Toward a social science research agenda for large marine protected areas
RL Gruby, NJ Gray, LM Campbell, L Acton
Conservation Letters 9 (3), 153-163, 2016
Tourism as science and science as tourism: Environment, society, self, and other in Papua New Guinea
P West
Current anthropology 49 (4), 597-626, 2008
Beyond baselines: rethinking priorities for ocean conservation
LM Campbell, NJ Gray, EL Hazen, JM Shackeroff
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 14, 2009
Oil, fisheries and coastal communities: A review of impacts on the environment, livelihoods, space and governance
N Andrews, NJ Bennett, P Le Billon, SJ Green, AM Cisneros-Montemayor, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 75, 102009, 2021
Everyone's Solution? Defining and Redefining Protected Areas at the Convention on Biological Diversity
C Corson, R Gruby, R Witter, S Hagerman, D Suarez, S Greenberg, ...
Conservation and Society 12 (2), 190, 2014
Sea change: exploring the international effort to promote marine protected areas
NJ Gray
Conservation and Society 8 (4), 331-338, 2010
Boundary Objects and Global Consensus: Scalar Narratives of Marine Conservation in the Convention on Biological Diversity
NJ Gray, RL Gruby, LM Campbell
Global Environmental Politics 14 (3), 64-83, 2014
Political ecology perspectives on ecotourism to parks and protected areas
LM Campbell, NJ Gray, ZA Meletis
Transforming parks and protected areas, 212-233, 2007
Area expansion versus effective and equitable management in international marine protected areas goals and targets
LM Campbell, NJ Gray
Marine Policy 100, 192-199, 2019
Science, policy advocacy, and marine protected areas
NJ Gray, LM Campbell
Conservation Biology 23 (2), 460-468, 2009
Charted waters? Tracking the production of conservation territories on the high seas
NJ Gray
International social science journal 68 (229-230), 257-272, 2018
Conceptualizing Social Outcomes of Large Marine Protected Areas
RL Gruby, L Fairbanks, L Acton, E Artis, LM Campbell, NJ Gray, L Mitchell, ...
Coastal Management 45 (6), 416-435, 2017
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