As ranked by Patrick Siebenlist, Bates College, psiebenl [at] bates.edu
These publications are in no particular order.
- Key elements and steps in the process of developing ecosystem-based marine spatial planning (Paul Gilliland and Dan Laffoley, 2008)
- Coming to the table: Early stakeholder engagement in marine spatial planning (Morgan Gopnik, et al., 2012)
- Stakeholder Participation in Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (Morgan Gopnik, et al., 2011)
- Introduction to Stakeholder Participation (NOAA Coastal Services Center, 2012)
- Fishery stakeholder engagement and marine spatial planning: Lessons from the Rhode Island Ocean SAMP and the Massachusetts Ocean Management Plan (Heidi Nutters and Patricia Silva, 2012)
- Stakeholder Involvement in MSP (Tim-Ake Pentz, 2012)
- The engagement of stakeholders in the marine spatial planning process (Robert Pomeroy and Fanny Douvere, 2008)
- Principles for Stakeholder Involvement in Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (Udall Foundation, 2011)
- Beyond traditional stakeholder engagement: Public participation roles in California's statewide marine protected area planning process (Kelly Sayce, 2013)
- Why one size won’t fit all. Marine Spatial Planning Belgium & Dorset. Key Messages from the C-SCOPE project (Ness Smith, 2012)
- Stakeholder Participation in Massachusetts Ocean Management Planning: Observations on the Plan Development Stage (Consensus Building Institute, 2008)
- Adapting stakeholder processes to region-specific challenges in marine protected area network planning (Evan Fox, 2013)
Note: Patrick Siebenlist is a 2013 graduate of the Environmental Studies Program at Bates College. His thesis, Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning Stakeholder Engagement Analysis, included an extensive literature review this topic.