Towards a balance between responsibilities and rights to the ecosystemic goods and services of our Great Lakes — St. Lawrence River basin. Regier, H., J. Coon, J. Jackson. 2014. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
Can We Get There from Here? Toward an Integrated Ecosystem Approach to the Management of the Bay of Fundy/Gulf of Maine. John R. Coon, 2012 (PhD diss. University of New Hampshire, 2012).
Can We Get There From Here: Toward an Integrated Ecosystem Approach to Governance in the Gulf of Maine Region. Coon, J. and M.L. Becker. 2007. In G. W. Pohle, P. G. Wells, and S. J. Rolston (Eds). 2007. Challenges in Environmental Management in the Bay of Fundy- Gulf of Maine. Proceedings of the 7th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, 24–27 October 2006. Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership Technical Report No. 3. Bay of Fundy Ecosystem Partnership, Wolfville, NS: 22 pp.
A Survey and Synthesis of Significant U.S. Law and Priorities Influencing Governance in the Gulf of Maine Region: A Summary Report for the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment. Coon, J. 2005. Submitted November 1, 2005 pursuant to a grant funded by the Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment: 61pp.
US Law and Priorities Gulf of Maine.pdf
Bridging the Gap: A Model for Building Trust and Collaboration Between Marine Resource Regulators and Stakeholders. Becker, M.L., J. Coon and J. Williamson. 2001. Globalization and Water Resources: The Changing Value of Water: Proceedings of the AWRA/University of Dundee International Specialty Conference on Globalization and Water Management. August 5 – 9, 2001, Dundee Scotland, UK: AWRA, August 2001.
Bridging the GAP to Build Collaborative Research, Science Communication and Industry Participation in New England Fisheries Management Becker, M.L., J. Coon, A. Rosenberg, J. Williamson, M.B. Tooley and D. Goethel. David Witherell, ed. Managing Our Nation’s Fisheries: Past, Present and Future: Proceedings of a Conference on Fisheries Management in the United States. Washington, D.C.: November 13-15, 2003. NOAA, 2004:225.