Publications

CLEAR lab members in bold. Student authors underlined.

Liboiron, F., Ammendolia, J., Saturno, J., Melvin, J., Zahara, A., Richárd, N., & Liboiron, M. (2018). A zero percent plastic ingestion rate by silver hake (Merluccius bilinearis) from the south coast of Newfoundland, Canada. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 131, 267-275.

Liboiron, M., Ammendolia, J., Winsor, K., Zahara, A., Bradshaw, H., Melvin, J., Mather, C., Dawe, N., Wells, E., Liboiron, F. and Fürst, B. (2017). “Equity in Author Order: A Feminist Laboratory’s Approach.” Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience3(2).

Melvin, J. (2017). Plastic ingestion in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on the east coast of Newfoundland, Canada: results from a citizen science monitoring project, with policy recommendations for long-term monitoring (Master’s thesis).

McWilliams, M., Liboiron, M., Wiersma, Y. (2017). “Rocky shoreline protocols miss microplastics in marine debris surveys (Fogo Island, Newfoundland and Labrador),” Marine Pollution Bulletin, advanced proof. (pre-print proof here).

Avery-Gomm, S., Provencher, J. F., Liboiron, M.Poon, F. E., & Smith, P. A. (2017). Plastic pollution in the Labrador Sea: An assessment using the seabird northern fulmar Fulmarus glacialis as a biological monitoring speciesMarine Pollution Bulletin, advanced proof.

Liboiron, M. (2017). “Compromised Action: The Case of BabyLegs,” Engaging Science, Technology, Society, 3: 499-527.

Wylie, S., Shapiro, N., Liboiron, M. (2017).“Making and Doing Politics Through Grassroots Scientific Research on the Energy and Petrochemical Industries,” Engaging Science, Technology, Society, 3: 393-425.

Eriksen, M., Liboiron, M., Kiessling, T., Charron, L., Alling, A., Lebreton, L., Richards, H., Roth, B., Ory, N., Hidalgo-Ruz, V., Meerhoff, E., Box., C., Cummins, A., Theil, M. (2017). “Microplastic sampling with the AVANI trawl compared to two neuston trawls in the Bay of Bengal and South Pacific,” Environmental Pollution, advanced proof.

Sardelis, S., Oester, S., & Liboiron, M. (2017). “Ten strategies to reduce gender inequality at scientific conferences.” Frontiers in Marine Science4, 231.

Liboiron, M., Molloy, J. (2017). “We need to break science out of its ivory tower – here’s one way to do so,” The Conversation. April 25

Liboiron, M., Liboiron, F., Wells, E., Richard, N., Zahara, A., Mather, C., Bradshaw, H., & Murichi, J. (2016). “Low plastic ingestion rate in Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) from Newfoundland destined for human consumption collected through citizen science methods.”Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Zahara, A. (2016). Refusal as Research Method in Discard Studies. Discard Studies Blog. 

Zahara, A. (2016). Ethnographic Refusal: A How To GuideDiscard Studies Blog. 

Avery-Gomm, S.,  Valliant, M., Schacter, C. R., Robbins, K. F., Liboiron, M., Daoust, P. Y., … & Jones, I. L. (2016). “A study of wrecked Dovekies (Alle alle) in the western North Atlantic highlights the importance of using standardized methods to quantify plastic ingestion.” Marine Pollution Bulletin 

Liboiron, M. (2016). “Civic Technologies for Monitoring Marine Plastics,” Journal of Ocean Technology 11(2): 36-45. 

Liboiron, M. (2016). “Redefining pollution and action: The matter of plastics.” Journal of Material Culture, 21(1): 87-110.

Gray-Cosgrove, C., Liboiron, M., & Lepawsky, J. (2016). “The Challenges of Temporality to Depollution & Remediation.” SAPI ENS. Surveys and Perspectives Integrating Environment and Society, (8.1).

(2016). GOSH Manifesto. Gathering for Open Science Hardware.

Liboiron, M. (2015). “How the Ocean Cleanup Array Fundamentally Misunderstands Marine Plastics and Causes Harm,” Discard Studies Blog. 6/5/2015

Liboiron, M. (2013). “The Plastisphere and other 21st century waste ecosystems,” Discard Studies Blog. 7/22/2013

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