Massey Marks, A., Fisher, J. B., and Bhagwat, S. A. (2020). Do dragons prevent deforestation? The Gambia’s sacred forests. In T. F. Thornton & S. A. Bhagwat (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Environmental Knowledge (pp. 275-298). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315270845
Massey Marks, A., Porodong, P., & Bhagwat, S. A. (2020). Incorporating social-ecological systems into protected area networks: Territories and areas conserved by Indigenous Peoples and local communities (ICCAs) in Malaysian Borneo. In T. F. Thornton & S. A. Bhagwat (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Environmental Knowledge (pp. 366-391). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315270845
Massey, Ashley, Shonil Bhagwat and Paul Porodong (2011). "Beware the animals that dance: Conservation as an unintended outcome of cultural practices." Society, Biology and Human Affairs 76: 2. A news article in the Daily Express offers an update. Project site: Friends of Gumantung-Intob Community Forest, Matunggong.
Massey, Ashley. “Beware of dragons and the animals that dance.” Keble Review. Michaelmas Issue, September 2011. PDF available for download below.
Massey, Ashley (2006). “Grafting and Marcotting,” “Agroforestry Resources in Guinea,” and “Food Preservation.” Agroforestry Manual. Peace Corps Guinea.
Massey, Ashley (2004). “Assessing Community Attitudes Towards Conservation: The Link for Successful Transfrontier Conservation in Southern Africa.” Dartmouth College Environmental Studies Honors Thesis.
Barnes, Aimee, Kristian Lau, Ashley Massey, Aritetsoma Ukueberuwa, eds. (2003). “An Analysis of Communal Game Ranching Potential in the Northwest Province of South Africa.” Dartmouth College Africa Foreign Study Program.
Kerley, Graham, Sharon Wilson and Ashley Massey, eds. (2002). “Elephant Conservation and Management in the Eastern Cape Workshop Proceedings.” Terrestrial Ecology Research Unit, University of Port Elizabeth.
Massey, Ashley. (2000). "Survival and Growth Rate of the Amphipod, Leptocheirus plumulosus, in Eastern Shore Creek Sediments Affected by Crop Protectant Run-off.” Virginia Junior Academy of Science 2000 Proceedings.