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Altai, Zulgerel (2013) Urban water demand management in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Adams, Vanessa, and Setterfield, Samantha A. (2013) Estimating the financial risks of Andropogon gayanus to greenhouse gas abatement projects in northern Australia. Environmental Research Letters, 8 (2). pp. 1-10.
Adams, Vanessa M., Pressey, Robert L., and Stoeckl, Natalie (2012) Estimating land and conservation management costs: the first step in designing a stewardship program for the Northern Territory. Biological Conservation, 148 (1). pp. 44-53.
Adams, Vanessa, Segan, Daniel B., and Pressey, Bob (2011) How much does it cost to expand a protected area system? Some critical determining factors and ranges of costs for Queensland. PLoS ONE, 6. e25447.
Adams, Vanessa, Mills, Morena, Jupiter, Stacy D., and Pressey, Bob (2011) Improving social acceptability of marine protected area networks: a method for estimating opportunity costs to multiple gear types in both fished and currently unfished areas. Biological Conservation, 144. pp. 350-361.
Adams, Vanessa M., and Pressey, Robert L. (2011) An info‐gap model to examine the robustness of cost‐efficient budget allocations. In: Vulnerability, Uncertainty, and Risk: analysis, modeling, and management. Proceedings of the ICVRAM 2011 and ISUMA 2011 Conferences, pp. 1-8. From: ICVRAM-ISUMA 2011 International Conference on Vulnerability and Risk Analysis and Management and International Symposium on Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis, 11-13 April 2011, Hyattsville, MD, USA.
Brewer, Tom David (2010) Putting census data to work. Science, 329 (5994). pp. 901-902.
Chaiechi, T., and Stoeckl, N. (2013) Estimating the costs of conservation in multiple output agricultural setting. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 78. pp. 1861-1868.
Chaiechi, Taha (2012) Responsiveness and the resilience of Queensland economy to climatic disasters: through a Post-Keynesian lens. In: Proceedings of the Asian Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment, pp. 72-84. From: ACSEE 2012: Asian Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment, 3-6 May 2012, Osaka, Japan.
Cinner, Joshua Eli (2005) The role of socioeconomic factors in customary coral reef management in Papua New Guinea. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Curtis, Ian A. (2004) Valuing ecosystem goods and services: a new approach using a surrogate market and the combination of a multiple criteria analysis and a Delphi panel to assign weights to the attributes. Ecological Economics, 50 (3-4). pp. 163-194.
Cinner, J.E., and Pollnac, R.B. (2004) Poverty, perceptions and planning: why socioeconomics matter in the management of Mexican reefs. Ocean & Coastal Management, 47 (9-10). pp. 479-493.
Curtis, Ian Arthur (2003) Valuing ecosystem services in a green economy. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Common, M., Bull, T., and Stoeckl, N. (1999) The travel cost method: an empirical investigation of Randall’s Difficulty. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 43 (4). pp. 457-477.
Farr, Marina, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Beg, Rabiul Alam (2014) The non-consumptive (tourism) 'value' of marine species in the Northern section of the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Policy, 43. pp. 89-103.
Farr, Marina (2013) Estimating the demand for and economic value of 'fish' in the recreational fishing and tourism sectors: general methodological issues and empirical findings relevant to the Great Barrier Reef. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Farr, Marina, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Beg, Rabiul Alam (2011) The efficiency of the Environmental Management Charge in the Cairns management area of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 55 (3). pp. 322-341.
Greiner, Romy, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Schweigert, Roman (2004) Estimating community benefits from tourism: the case of Carpentaria Shire. In: Proceedings of the 48th Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) 2004, - . From: 48th Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) 2004, 11-13th February, 2004, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Hicks, Christina C. (2011) How do we value our reefs? Risks and tradeoffs across scales in "biomass-based" economies. Coastal Management, 39 (4). pp. 358-376.
Hill, Rosemary (2005) Creating an ecologically sustainable northern Australia. In: Papers from the 2003 Charles Darwin Symposia, pp. 95-114. From: 2003 Charles Darwin Symposia, 17 - 18 July 2003, Darwin, NT, Australia.
Kaur, Kamaljit, Jalota, Rajesh K., and Kohli, R.K. (2007) Social acceptance for ecological services of exotic Eucalyptus tereticornis and indigenous Dalbergia sissoo plantations in N-W India. International Journal of Ecological Economics & Statistics, 7 (W07). pp. 68-85.
Knapman, Bruce, and Stoeckl, Natalie (1995) Recreation user fees: an Australian empirical investigation. Tourism Economics, 1 (1). pp. 5-15.
Li, Siqiwen, and Chaiechi, Taha (2013) Mapping water availability and volatility with climate events: using finance indexing methodology. Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, 2 (4). pp. 13-28.
Larson, Silva (2010) Regional well-being in tropical Queensland, Australia: developing a dissatisfaction index to inform government policy. Envrionment and Planning A, 42 (12). pp. 2972-2989.
Marsiglio, Simone (2013) Is tourism the mean to achieve sustainable growth? In: Proceedings of IATE 2013: International Association for Tourism Economics International Conference, pp. 418-427. From: IATE 2013: International Association for Tourism Economics International Conference, 1-4 July 2013, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Mustika, Putu Liza Kusuma, Birtles, Alastair, Welters, Riccardo, and Marsh, Helene (2012) The economic influence of community-based dolphin watching on a local economy in a developing country: implications for conservation. Ecological Economics, 79. pp. 11-20.
Marsiglio, Simone (2012) Economic growth: technical progress, population dynamics and sustainability. Rivista Italiana degli Economisti, 17 (1). pp. 151-158.
Marsiglio, Simone (2011) On the relationship between population change and sustainable development. Research in Economics, 65 (4). pp. 353-364.
Mules, Trevor, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Cegielski, Michele (2005) The Economic Values of Tourism in the Australian Alps. Report. Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, Gold Coast, QLD.
McMichael, Anthony, Scholes, Robert, Hefny, Manal, Pereira, Elvira, Palm, Cheryl, and Foale, Simon (2005) Linking ecosystem services and human well-being. In: Capistrano, Doris, Samper K., Cristián, Lee, Marcus J., and Raudsepp-Hearne, Ciara, (eds.) Ecosystems and Human Well-being: multi-scale assessments. MIllenium Ecosystem Assessment Series, 4 . Island Press, Washington DC, USA, pp. 43-60.
Privileggi, Fabio, and Marsiglio, Simone (2013) Environmental shocks and sustainability in a basic economy-environment model. International Journal of Applied Nonlinear Science, 1 (1). pp. 67-75.
Prayaga, Prabha, Rolfe, John, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2010) The value of recreational fishing in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: a pooled revealed preference and contingent behaviour model. Marine Policy, 34 (2). pp. 244-251.
Prayaga, Prabha, Rolfe, John, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2009) The value of recreational fishing along the Capricorn Coast: a pooled revealed preference and contingent behaviour model. In: Papers from 53rd annual conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, pp. 1-20. From: Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference 2009, 11-13 February 2009, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Stoeckl, Natalie, Esparon, Michelle, Farr, Marina, Delisle, Aurelie, and Stanley, Owen (2013) Distributional and consumptive water demand impacts of different types of economic growth in two northern Australian river catchments. Australian Journal of Regional Studies, 19 (3). pp. 396-432.
Sangha, K.K., Butler, J.R.A., Delisle, A., and Stanley, O. (2011) Identifying links between ecosystem services and Aboriginal well-Being and livelihoods in north Australia: applying the millennium ecosystem assessment framework. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 5 (7). pp. 931-946.
Stoeckl, Natalie, Esparon, Michelle, Stanley, Owen, Farr, Marina, Delisle, Aurélie, and Altai, Zulgerel (2011) Socio-Economic Activity and Water Use in Australia's Tropical Rivers: a case study in the Mitchell and Daly River catchments: final report for The Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge Research Consortium. Report. Charles Darwin University, Darwin.
Stoeckl, Natalie, Hicks, Christina C., Mills, Morena, Fabricius, Katharina, Esparon, Michelle, Kroon, Frederieke, Kaur, Kamaljit, and Costanza, Robert (2011) The economic value of ecosystem services in the Great Barrier Reef: our state of knowledge. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1219. pp. 113-133.
Stoeckl, Natalie, Birtles, Alastair, Farr, Marina, Mangott, Arnold, Curnock, Matthew, and Valentine, Peter (2010) Live-aboard dive boats in the Great Barrier Reef: regional economic impact and the relative values of their target marine species. Tourism Economics, 16 (4). pp. 995-1018.
Smajgl, A, Larson, S., Hug, B., and Martins De Freitas, D.M. (2010) Water use benefit index as a tool for community-based monitoring of water related trends in the Great Barrier Reef region. Journal of Hydrology, 395 (1-2). pp. 1-9.
Stoeckl, N., Birtles, A., Valentine, P., Farr, M., Curnock, M., Mangott, A., and Sobtzick, S. (2010) Understanding the Social and Economic Values of Key Marine Species in the Great Barrier Reef: MTSRF Project 4.8.6(a) Final Report, June 2010 with a section focusing on marine turtles. Report. Reef & Rainforest Research Centre, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Stoeckl, Natalie, Greiner, Romy, and Mayocchi, Colin (2006) The community impacts of different types of visitors: An empirical investigation of tourism in north-west Queensland. Tourism Management, 27 (1). pp. 97-112.
Smith, Amanda, Newsome, David, Lee, Diane, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2006) The Role of Wildlife Icons as Major Tourist Attractions: case studies: Monkey Mia Dolphins and Hervey Bay whale watching. Report. Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, Gold Coast, Qld.
Stoeckl, Natalie (2004) The private costs and benefits of environmental self-regulation: which firms have most to gain? Business Strategy and the Environment, 13 (3). pp. 135-155.
Welters, Riccardo, Reedman, Luke, and Mitchell, William (2011) Job impacts of a decarbonised Australian economy. In: Proceedings of the 13th Path to Full Employment and 18th National Unemployment Conference, pp. 234-251. From: 13th Path to Full Employment and 18th National Unemployment Conference, 7-8 December 2011, Newcastle, QLD, Australia.
Wildlife Conservation Society, (2009) 'Middle class' coral reef fish feel the economic squeeze. ScienceDaily, 4. p. 28.