• Jalbert, Kirk, Anna Willow, David Casagrande, Stephanie Paladino (eds.). 2017. ExtrACTION: Impacts, Engagements, and Alternative Futures. Routledge.


  • Brasier, Kathy, Kirk Jalbert, Abby J. Kinchy, Colleen Unroe, Susan Brantley, Candie Wilderman. 2017. Sharing Water Quality Data among Public Agencies, Citizen Scientists, Researchers, and Private Industry: Experiences from the Shale Network. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.
  • Jalbert, Kirk. 2016. Building Knowledge Infrastructures for Empowerment: A Study of Grassroots Water Monitoring Networks in the Marcellus Shale. Science & Technology Studies, 29(2).
  • Jalbert, Kirk, and Abby J. Kinchy. 2015. Sense and Influence: Environmental Monitoring Tools and the Power of Citizen Science. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning.
  • Kinchy, Abby J., Sarah Parks, and Kirk Jalbert. 2015. Fractured Knowledge: Mapping the Gaps in Public and Private Water Monitoring Efforts in Areas Affected by Shale Gas Development. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy.
  • Malone, Samantha, Matthew Kelso, Ted Auch, Karen Edelstein, Kyle Ferrar, and Kirk Jalbert. 2015. Inconsistencies with Data from Unconventional Gas and Oil Basins. Journal of Environment Science and Health, Part A, 50:489-498.
  • Jalbert, Kirk, Abby J. Kinchy, and Simona Perry. 2014. Civil Society Research and Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development: Results of a Survey of Volunteer Water Monitoring Organizations. Special issue: Exploring the Impacts of Marcellus Shale Development. Ed. Beth Kinne and Michael Finewood. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 4(1):78-86.
  • Kinchy, Abby J., Kirk Jalbert, and Jessica Lyons. 2014. What is Volunteer Water Monitoring Good For? Fracking and the Plural Logics of Participatory Science. Special issue: Fields of Knowledge: Science, Politics, and Publics in the Neoliberal Age. Ed. Scott Frickel and David Hess. Political Power and Social Theory, 27:259-289.
  • Ratto, Matt, Sara Wylie, and Kirk Jalbert. 2014. Introduction to the Special Forum on Critical Making as Research Program. Matt Ratto, Sara Wylie, and Kirk Jalbert. Special issue: Critical Making as Research Program. Ed. Matt Ratto, Sara Wylie, and Kirk Jalbert. The Information Society, 30(2):85-95.
  • Wylie, Sara, Kirk Jalbert, Shannon Dosemagen, and Matt Ratto. 2014. Institutions for Civic Technoscience: How Critical Making is Transforming Environmental Research. Special issue: Critical Making as Research Program. Ed. Matt Ratto, Sara Wylie, and Kirk Jalbert. The Information Society, 30(2):116-126.

Under Review

  • Jalbert, Kirk, Samantha Malone-Rubright. Civic Science Mediations: Working with Communities to Understand Oil & Gas Industry Impacts in The FracTracker Alliance. Special issue: Making and Doing Politics Through Grassroots Scientific Research on the Energy and Petrochemical Industries. Ed. Sara Wylie, Max Liboiron, and Nick Shapiro. Engaging Science, Technology, and Society (ESTS).


  • Jalbert, Kirk, Anna Willow, David Casagrande, and Stephanie Paladino. 2017. “Introduction: Confronting Extraction, Taking Action,” in K. Jalbert, A. Willow, D. Casagrande, and S. Paladino, eds., ExtrACTION: Impacts, Engagements, and Alternative Futures. Routledge.


  • Jalbert, Kirk. 2016. “Mobilizing Research for Action: Social Responsibility Meets Industrial-Scale Extraction,” Practicing Anthropology, 38(3): 65–67.
  • Jalbert, Kirk. 2011. “Culturally Situated Sensing: Peer Innovation and Citizen
    Sensing in Native American Communities,” Commissioned paper on Technology and Social Participation. Intel Corporation, Experience Insight Lab.