Big Ocean and WCPA-Marine (primary author). In review. Guidelines for the Design and Management of Large-scale Marine Protected Areas. IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN.
Sterling, E. J., T. Ticktin, K. Morgan, G. Cullman, D. Alvira, P. Andrade, N. Bergamini, E. Betley, K. Burrows, S. Caillon, J. Claudet, R. Dacks, P. Eyzaguirre, C. Filardi, N. Gazit, C. Giardina, S. Jupiter, K. Kinney, J. McCarter, M. Mejia, K. Morishige, J. Newell, L. Noori, J. Parks, P. Pascua, A. Ravikumar, J. Tanguay, A. Sigouin, T. Stege, M. Stege, and A. Wali. In Press. "How Do We Build Culturally-Grounded Indicators of Resilience and Adaptation, and Address the Disconnect Between Local and Global Indicators?" Environment and Society.
Christie, Patrick, Nathan Bennett, Noella Gray, ‘Aulani Wilhelm, Nai‘a Lewis, John Parks, Natalie Ban, Rebecca Gruby, Lindsay Gordon, Jonathan Day, Sue Taei, and Alan Friedlander. In press. "Why People Matter in Ocean Governance: Incorporating Human Dimensions into Large Scale Marine Protected Areas." Submitted to Marine Policy.
Mascia, M.B., Fox, H.E., Ahmadia, G.N., Glew, L., Basurto, X., Craigie, I., Geldmann, J., Gill, D., Holst, S., Jensen, O.P., Lester, S.E., McConney, P., Mumby, P.J., Nenadovic, M., Parks, J.E., White, A.T. 2017. “A novel framework for analyzing conservation impacts: evaluation, theory, and marine protected areas.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. 1399: 93-115.
Bennett, N.J., Teh, L., Ota, Y., Christie, P., Ayers, A., Day, J.C., Franks, P., Gill, D., Gruby, R.L., Kittinger, J.N., Koehn, J.Z., Lewis, N., Parks, J., Vierros, M., Whitty, T.S., Wilhelm, A., Wright, K., Aburto, J.A., Finkbeiner, E.M., Gaymer, C.F., Govan, H., Gray, N., Jarvis, R.M., Kaplan-Hallam, M. and Satterfield, T. 2017. "An appeal for a code of conduct for marine conservation." Marine Policy. Vol. 81: 411–418.
Pomeroy, Robert, John Parks, Karina Lorenz Mrakovcich, and Christopher LaMonica. 2016. "Drivers and impacts of fisheries scarcity, competition, and conflict on maritime security." Marine Policy. Vol. 67: 94-104.
Pomeroy, Robert, John Parks, Kitty Courtney, and Nives Mattich. 2016. "Improving marine fisheries management in Southeast Asia: Results of a regional fisheries stakeholder analysis." Marine Policy. Vol. 65: 20-29.
Pomeroy, R., J. Parks, K. Reaugh-Flower, M. Guidote, H. Govan, and S. Atkinson. 2015. "Status and priority capacity needs for local compliance and community-supported enforcement of marine resource rules and regulations in the Coral Triangle region." Coastal Management. Vol. 43, Issue 3: 301-328.
Wilhelm T. A., Sheppard C. R. C., Sheppard A. L. S, Gaymer C. F., Parks J., Wagner D., and Lewis N. 2014. "Large marine protected areas – advantages and challenges of going big." Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst. Vol. 24, Issue S2: 24–30.
Fox, Helen E., Jed l. Holtzman, Kelly M. Haisfield, Catherine G. McNally, Gonzalo A. Cid, Michael B. Mascia, John E. Parks, and Robert S. Pomeroy. 2014. "How Are Our MPAs Doing? Challenges in Assessing Global Patterns in Marine Protected Area Performance." Coastal Management. Vol. 42, Issue 3: 207-226.
Toonen, Robert J., Wilhelm, T. Aulani, Maxwell, Sara M., Wagern, Daniel, Bowen, Brian W., Sheppard, Charles R.C., Taei, Sue M., Teroroko, Tukabu, Moffitt, Russell, Gaymer, Carlos F., Morgan, Lance, Lewis, Naia, Sheppard, Anne L.S., Parks, John E., Friedlander, Alan M., and the Big Ocean Think Tank. 2013. "One size does not fit all: The emerging frontier in large-scale marine conservation." Marine Pollution Bulletin. 77(1-2): 7-10.
Flower, K.R., Atkinson, S.R., Brainard, R., Courtney, C., Parker, B.A., Parks, J., Pomeroy, R., & White, A. 2013. Toward ecosystem-based coastal area and fisheries management in the Coral Triangle: Integrated strategies and guidance. Jakarta, Indonesia: Coral Triangle Initiative Support Program for the U.S. Agency for International Development. 110 pages.
Parks, J., R. Pomeroy, H. Govan, and M. Guidote. 2013. Local Compliance and Community-supported Enforcement of Coastal Resource Rules and Regulations in the Coral Triangle: Status of Efforts and Recommendations to Build Capacity. The Coral Triangle Support Partnership and the United States Coral Triangle Initiative. Jakarta, Indonesia. 93 pages.
Big Ocean (contributing author). 2013. Big Ocean: A Shared Research Agenda for Large-Scale Marine Protected Areas. Big Ocean Network. Honolulu, HI. 19 pages.
Maui Nui Marine Resource Council (lead editor). 2012. Ola Nā Papa i Mālama ‘Ia. A Practical Plan for the Technical and Cultural Restoration of Maui’s Coral Reefs. The Maui Nui Marine Resource Council and the Maui Coral Reef Recovery Team. Kehei, Maui. 127 pages.
NOAA and UNEP (co-lead author). 2012. The Honolulu Strategy: A Global Framework for Prevention and Management of Marine Debris. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Washington, D.C. 50 pages.
Parks, J. 2011. “Adaptive Management in Small-scale Fisheries: A Practical Approach.” Pages 93 - 114 in Pomeroy, R. and Andrew, N., editors, Small-scale Fisheries Management: Frameworks and Approaches for the Developing World. CAB International. Oxfordshire, UK. 247 pages.
Govan, H., Aalbersberg, W., Tawake, A., and Parks, J. 2008. Locally-Managed Marine Areas: a guide to supporting community-based adaptive management. The Locally Managed Marine Area Network and the University of the South Pacific. Suva, Fiji. 64 pages.
Pomeroy, R., J. Parks, R. Pollnac, T. Campson, E. Genio, C. Marlessy, E. Holle, M. Pido, A. Nissapa, S. Boromthanarat and N. T. Hue. 2007. “Fish Wars: Conflict and Collaboration in Coastal Fisheries Management in Southeast Asia.” Marine Policy. 31(6): 645-656.
WCPA/IUCN. (contributing author). 2007. Establishing Marine Protected Area Networks: Making It Happen – A guide for developing national and regional capacity for building MPA Networks. Non-technical summary report. The World Conservation Union (IUCN). Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K. 16 pp.
Pomeroy, Robert S., John E. Parks, and Cristina M. Balboa. 2006. “Farming the Reef: Is aquaculture a solution for reducing fishing pressure on coral reefs?” Marine Policy. 30(2): 111-130.
Pomeroy, R. S., L. M. Watson, J. E. Parks, and G. A. Cid. 2005. “How Is Your MPA Doing? A Methodology for Evaluating the Management Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas.” Ocean and Coastal Management (48): 485-502.
Pomeroy, R. S., J. E. Parks, and L. M. Watson. 2004. How Is Your MPA Doing? A Guidebook of Natural and Social Indicators for Evaluating Marine Protected Area Management Effectiveness. The World Conservation Union (IUCN). Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K. xvi + 216 pp.
Kusumaatmadja, R., J. Parks, S. Atkinson and J. Dierking. 2004. “Toward MAC Certification of Hawaiian Islands Collectors: A Project Update.” SPC Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin #12 – February 2004. Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC). Noumea, New Caledonia. Pgs 26 - 28.
Parks, John E., Robert S. Pomeroy, and Cristina M. Balboa. 2003. “The Economics of Live Rock and Live Coral Aquaculture.” In Cato, James and Christopher Brown eds., Marine Ornamental Species: Collection, Culture, and Conservation. Iowa State Press, Inc., Des Moines Iowa. Pages 185 - 206.
Agardy, T., P. Bridgewater, M. Crosby, J. Day, P. Dayton, R. Kenchington, D. Laffoley, P. McConney, P. Murray, J. Parks and L. Peau. 2003. “Dangerous Targets? Unresolved Issues and Ideological Clashes Around Marine Protected Areas.” Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst. 13(4).
Parks, John, Ghislaine Llewellyn, Ian Dutton, and Robert Pomeroy. 2002. “Building the Capacity of Those Who Do the Work.” In Best, B. A., R. S. Pomeroy, and C. M. Balboa eds., Implications for Coral Reef Management and Policy: Relevant Findings from the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium. United States Agency for International Development. Washington DC. Pages 66 - 70.
Burke, Lauretta, Elizabeth Selig, and Mark Spalding. (Contributing Author). 2002. Reefs at Risk in Southeast Asia. The World Resources Institute. Washington DC, USA.
Tawake, Alifereti, John E. Parks, Pio Radikedike, William Aalbersberg, Veikila Vuki, and Nick Salafsky. 2001. “Harvesting Clams and Data: Involving Local Communities in Implementing and Monitoring a Marine Protected Area.” Conservation. 2(4): 32 - 35.
Salafsky, N., H. Cauley, G. Balachander, B. Cordes, J. Parks, C. Margoluis, S. Bhatt, C. Encarnacion, D. Russell, and R. Margoluis. 2001. “A Systematic Test of an Enterprise Strategy for Community-Based Biodiversity Conservation”. Conservation Biology. 15(6): 1585 - 1595.
Parks, J. E., and N. Salafsky, editors. 2001. Fish for the Future? A Collaborative Test of Locally-Managed Marine Areas as a Fisheries Conservation and Resource Management Tool in the Indo-Pacific Region. The World Resources Institute. Washington DC, USA.
Salafsky, N., B. Cordes, J. E. Parks, and C. Hochman. 1999. Evaluating Linkages between Business, the Environment, and Local Communities: Final Analytical Results from the Biodiversity Conservation Network. Biodiversity Support Program, World Wildlife Fund. Washington DC, USA.
Aalbersberg, W. G., J. E. Parks, D. Russell, and I. Korovulavula. 1999. “In Search of a Cure: Bioprospecting as a Marine Conservation Tool in a Fijian Community.” In Patterns in Conservation: Linking Business, the Environment, and Local Communities in Asia and the Pacific. Biodiversity Support Program, World Wildlife Fund. Washington DC, USA. Pages 15 - 31.
Parks J. E., 1997. “The Utility of Using Participatory Aquatic Resource Transect (PART) Techniques across Freshwater and Nearshore Marine Ecosystems in Community-based Conservation Efforts.” In: Hickey, K. L. and D. Kantarelis, eds., Our Natural Environment: at a Crossroad. Proceedings of the Third International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment. Interdisciplinary Environmental Association, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Pages 219 – 232.