Publications

Please email me nathan.bennett[at]ubc.ca for copies of any of the following publications or click on the links below.

In Press Publications

  • Christie, P. Bennett, N. J., Gray, N., Wilhelm, A., Lewis, N., Parks, J., Ban, N., Gruby, R., Gordon, L., Day, J., Taei, S. & Friedlander, A. (in press). Why people matter in ocean governance: Incorporating human dimensions into large-scale marine protected areas. Marine Policy. In press.
  • Gray, N.J., Bennett, N.J., Day, J., Gruby, R.L., Wilhelm, T.A. & Christie, P. Human Dimensions of Large-Scale Marine Protected Areas: Advancing Research and Practice. Coastal Management Journal. In press.
  • Law, E., Bennett, N. J., Ives, C., Friedman, R., Davis, K., Archibald, C. & Wilson, K. A. (in press). Equity in conservation decision-making. Conservation Biology. In press.
  • Finkbeiner, E., N. Bennett, T. Frawley, C. Brooks, J. Mason, Ng, C., Ourens, R., Seto, K., Swanson, S., Urteaga, J., Wingfield, D. & Crowder, L.B. (in press). Reconstructing overfishing: Moving beyond Malthus for equitable and effective solutions. Fish & Fisheries. In press.
  • Kaplan-Hallam, M. & Bennett, N.J. (in press). Adaptive social impact management for conservation and environmental management. Conservation Biology. In press.

Published Articles and Chapters:

Edited Proceedings and Books

Book Reviews

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Conference Papers in Proceedings

  • Bennett, N. J. & Roth, R. (2015). Introducing the Conservation Social Sciences. In Bennett, N. J. & Roth, R. (eds.). The Conservation Social Sciences: What?, How? and Why? (pp. 1-6). Vancouver, BC: Canadian Wildlife Federation and Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.2664.3529
  • Bennett, N. J. (2015). Win-Win or Trade-Offs?: The Study of Conservation and Development at Local, National and Global Scales. In Bennett, N. J. & Roth, R. (eds.). The Conservation Social Sciences: What?, How? and Why? (pp. 44-49). Vancouver, BC: Canadian Wildlife Federation and Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.2664.3529
  • Bennett, N. J., Roth, R., Klain, S., Chan, K. M. A., Clark, D.A., Cullman, G., Epstein, G., Nelson, M. P., Stedman, R., Teel, T. L., Thomas, R. E. W. & Wyborn, C. (2015). The Conservation Social Sciences: An Overview and A Process for Setting a Research Agenda. In Bennett, N. J. & Roth, R. (eds.). The Conservation Social Sciences: What?, How? and Why? (pp. 63-79) Vancouver, BC: Canadian Wildlife Federation and Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.2664.3529
  • Lemelin, R.H., Johnston, M., Stewart, E.S., & Bennett, N. (2013). “Gateway Communities or Port of Call? Examining the Relation between National Parks and Communities Located in the Canadian Arctic.” In Lemelin, R.H.,Maher, P., & Liggett, D. (Eds.).Conference Proceedings from the 3rd International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN) Conference, From talk to action: How tourism is changing the Polar Regions. April 16-21, 2012, Nain, Nunatsiavut. Centre for Northern Studies, Lakehead University: Thunder Bay, Ontario.
  • Bennett, N., Lemelin, R. H., Ellis, S., & Enzoe, G. (2010). Building Local Capacity for Indigenous Tourism Development. Conference Proceedings of the 4th International Lakes Tourism Conference.