Peer Reviewed
Van Assche, K., Gruezmacher, M., Summers, B., Culling, J., Gajjar, S., Granzow, M., ... & Jamwal, A. (2022). Land use policy and community strategy. Factors enabling and hampering integrated local strategy in Alberta, Canada. Land Use Policy, 118, 106101.
Van Assche, K., Gruezmacher, M., Vodden, K., Gibson, R., & Deacon, L. (2021). Reinvention paths and reinvention paradox: Strategic change in Western Newfoundland communities. Futures, 128, 102713.
Van Assche, K., Duineveld, M., Birchall, S. J., Deacon, L., Beunen, R., Gruezmacher, M., & Boezeman, D. (2020). Resilience, Reinvention and Transition during and after Quarantine. Space and Culture, 23(3), 230-236.
Van Assche, K., Gruezmacher, M., & Deacon, L. (2020). Land use tools for tempering boom and bust: Strategy and capacity building in governance. Land Use Policy, 93, 103994.
 Van Assche, K., Gruezmacher, M., & Deacon, L. (2020). Taming the boom and the bust? Land use tools for mitigating ups and downs in communities. Land Use Policy, 93(C).
Van Assche, K., Beunen, R., Gruezmacher, M., Duineveld, M., Deacon, L., Summers, R., ... & Jones, K. (2019). Research methods as bridging devices: Path and context mapping in governance. Journal of Organizational Change Management.
Deacon, L., Van Assche, K., Papineau, J., & Gruezmacher, M. (2018). Speculation, planning, and resilience: Case studies from resource-based communities in Western Canada. Futures, 104, 37-46.
Marais, L., McKenzie, F. H., Deacon, L., Nel, E., van Rooyen, D., & Cloete, J. (2018). The changing nature of mining towns: Reflections from Australia, Canada and South Africa. Land use policy, 76, 779-788.
Van Assche, K., Gruezmacher, M., & Deacon, L. (2019). Mapping institutional work as a method for local strategy; learning from boom/bust dynamics in the Canadian west. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 62(1), 51-71.
Jahan, N., & Deacon, L. Analytical framework for community resilience: A case study of Devon, Alberta. Western Geography, 36.
Lamanes, T., & Deacon, L. (2019). Supporting social sustainability in resource‐based communities through leisure and recreation. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 63(1), 145-158.
Deacon, L., Papineau, J. W., & Lamanes, T. (2017). Transiency, fly-in-fly-out workers, and sustainability: Perceptions from within a resource-based community. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 226, 95-105. doi:10.2495/SDP170091
Papineau, J. W., & Deacon, L. (2017). Fort McMurray and the Canadian oil sands: Local coverage of national importance. Environmental Communication, 11(5), 593-608.
Van Assche, K., Deacon, L., Gruezmacher, M., Summers, R., Lavoie, S., Jones, K., ... & Parkins, J. (2017). Boom & Bust. Local strategy for big events. A community survival guide to turbulent times. Groningen/Edmonton, Alberta: InPlanning and University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension.
Deacon, L., Baxter, J., & Buzzelli, M. (2015). Environmental justice: An exploratory snapshot through the lens of Canada's mainstream news media. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien, 59(4), 419-432.
Deacon, L., & Lamanes, T. (2015). Resiliency and resource-based communities: a Canadian case study. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 193, 713-724.
Deacon, L., & Baxter, J. (2013). No opportunity to say no: a case study of procedural environmental injustice in Canada. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(5), 607-623.
Non-peer reviewed
Deacon, L. 2018. Rebuilding Fort McMurray: a snapshot of the role of planners in rebuilding efforts, Institute of Catastrophic Loss Reduction.
Van Assche, K., Gruezmacher, M., and Deacon, L. 2017. Communities Managing Boom & Bust: Self-Reflection and Strategy. Public Sector Digest. February 2017.
Davidsen, C., Deacon, L., & Kipp, L. (2013). Oil Literacy: The Canadian Oil/Tar Sands Debate, Media Literacy, and Politics. Pearson Publishing, 277 pages.