Campbell, L.M., N.J. Gray, J.A. Silver, S. Ranger, et al. Comanagement of sea turtle fisheries: biogeography versus geopolitics. Marine Policy. 33: 137-145 [Preprint PDF]


Campbell, L.M., N.J. Gray, E.L. Hazen and J. Shackeroff. Beyond baselines: rethinking priorities for ocean conservation. Ecology and Society, 14:1:14. [PDF]


Gray, N.J.and L.M. Campbell. Science, Policy Advocacy, and Marine Protected Areas. Conservation Biology 23(2): 460-468.


Campbell, L.M. and M.L. Cornwell. Fisher incentives for reducing bycath: a review. Endangered Species Research. 5: 325-334 [PDF]


Campbell, L.M., N.J. Gray, Z.A. Meletis. A political ecology perspectives on ecotourism to parks and protected areas. Page 111-120 in Transforming Parks and Protected Areas, K. Hanna, D. Clark, and S. Slocombe (eds). Routledge: London. [PDF]


Abbott, J., L.M. Campbell, C. Hay, T. Naesje, J. Purvis. Market-resource links and fish vendor livelihoods in the upper Zambezi River foodplains. Human Ecology 35(5): 559-574. [PDF]


Abbott, J., L.M. Campbell, C. Hay, T. Naesje, A. Ndumba, J. Purvis. Rivers as resources, rivers as borders: community versus transboundary management of fisheries in the upper Zambezi River floodplains. Canadian Geographer 51(3): 280-302. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Local conservation practice and global discourse: a political ecology of sea turtle conservation. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97(2):313-334. [e-mail L. Campbell for PDF]


Campbell , L.M . Understanding human use of olive ridleys: implications for conservation. Pages 23-43, in Biology and Conservation of Ridley Turtles, P. Plotkin (ed). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. [PDF]


Campbell, L.M. 'Community-based conservation', 'Costa Rica', 'Ecotourism', 'Sea Turtles' . In Encyclopedia of Environment & Society, P. Robbins (ed). Sage Publications.


Campbell , L.M., B.J. Haalboom, J. Trow. Sustainability of community-based conservation: sea turtle egg harvesting in Ostional (Costa Rica) ten years later. Environmental Conservation 34(2): 122-131. [PDF]


Gray, N.J. and L.M. Campbell. A decommodified experience? Exploring aesthetic, economic, and ethical values for volunteer ecotourism in Costa Rica. Journal of Sustainble Tourism 15(5): 463-482. [PDF]


Meletis, Z.A. and L.M. Campbell. Call it consumption: reconceptualizing ecotourism as consumptive and consumption. Geography Compass 1(4):850-870. [PDF]


Shackeroff, J. M. and L. M. Campbell. Traditional ecological knowledge in conservation research: problems and prospects for their constructive engagement. Conservation & Society 5(3): 343-360. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M ., N.J. Gray, Z.A. Meletis, J.G. Abbott, and J.J. Silver. Gatekeepers and keymasters: dynamic relationships of access in geographic field work. The Geographical Review 96(1): 97-121. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. and C. Smith. What makes them pay? Values of volunteers working with sea turtles. Environmental Management 38(1): 84-98. [PDF]


Richardson, P.B., A. C. Broderick, L. M. Campbell , B. J. Godley, S. Ranger. Marine Turtle Fisheries in the UK Overseas Territories of the Caribbean: Domestic Legislation and the Requirements of Multilateral Agreements. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 9: 223-246. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Overcoming obstacles to interdisciplinary research. Conservation Biology 19(2): 574-577. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. and C. Smith. Volunteering for sea turtles? Characteristics and motives of volunteers working with the Caribbean Conservation Corporation in Tortuguero , Costa Rica. Maritime Studies 3/4(2/1): 169-194. [PDF]


Silver, J. and L.M Campbell. Participation in fisheries research: obstacles and opportunities. Ocean and Coastal Management 48: 721-741. [PDF]


Godley, B.J., Broderick, A.C., Campbell, L.M. , Ranger, S., Richardson, P.B. An assessment of the Status and Exploitation of Marine Turtles in the UK Overseas Territories in the Wider Caribbean. Final Project Report for the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. 253pp.


Campbell , L.M. Contemporary culture, use, and conservation of sea turtles. Pages 307-338, in The Biology of Sea Turtles, Volume II, Lutz, P., J.A. Musick, and J. Wyneken (eds). Boca Raton: CRC Press. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Challenges to inter-disciplinary research: perspectives of a social scientist. Marine Turtle Newsletter, 100th Anniversary Special Issue 100: 28-32. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. and A. Vainio-Mattila. Participatory development and community based conservation: opportunities missed for lessons learned? Human Ecology, 31(3): 417-437. [PDF]


Campbell, L.M. Science and sustainable use: views of marine turtle experts. Ecological Applications 12(4):1229-1246. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Conservation narratives and the received wisdom of ecotourism: case studies from Costa Rica. International Journal of Sustainable Development 5(3): 300-325. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Conservation narratives in Costa Rica: conflict and co-existence. Development and Change 33(1):29-56. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. , M. Godfrey, O. Drif. Community based conservation via global legislation? Limitations of the Inter-American Convention for the Conservation of Sea Turtles. Journal of International of Wildlife Law and Policy 5:121-143. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Human need in rural developing areas: perceptions of wildlife conservation experts. Canadian Geographer 44(2): 167-181. [PDF]


Campbell , L.M. Ecotourism in rural developing communities. Annals of Tourism Research 26 (3): 537-556. [PDF]


Campbell, L.M. Use them or lose them? Conservation and the consumptive use of marine turtle eggs at Ostional, Costa Rica. Environmental Conservation 24(4): 305-319. [PDF]