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Costanza, Robert, Anderson, Sharolyn J., Sutton, Paul, Mulder, Kenneth, Mulder, Odadiah, Kubiszewski, Ida, Wang, Xuatong, Liu, Xin, Pérez-Maqueo, Octavio, Martinez, M. Luisa, Jarvis, Diane, and Dee, Greg (2021) The global value of coastal wetlands for storm protection. Global Environmental Change, 70. 102328.

Chacón, Adriana, Stoeckl, Natalie, Jarvis, Diane, and Pressey, Bob (2016) Using insights about key factors impacting 'quality of life' to inform effective on-farm conservation programs: a case study in Northern Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 23 (4). pp. 338-355.

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Farr, Marina, Stoeckl, Natalie, Esparon, Michelle, Grainger, Daniel, and Larson, Silva (2016) Economic values and Indigenous Protected Areas across Northern Australia. Final report. External Commissioned Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

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Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, Larson, Silva, Grainger, Daniel, Addison, Jane, and Larson, Anna (2021) The learning generated through Indigenous natural resources management programs increases quality of life for Indigenous people – improving numerous contributors to wellbeing. Ecological Economics, 180. 106899.

Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, Addison, Jane, Larson, Silva, Hill, Rosemary, Pert, Petina, and Watkin Lui, Felecia (2018) Are Indigenous land and sea management programs a pathway to Indigenous economic independence? The Rangeland Journal, 40 (4). pp. 415-429.

Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, Hill, Rosemary, and Pert, Petina (2018) Indigenous land and sea management programs: can they promote regional development and help "close the (income) gap"? Australian Journal of Social Issues, 53 (3). pp. 283-303.

Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Liu, Hong-Bo (2017) New methods for valuing, and for identifying spatial variations, in cultural services: a case study of the Great Barrier Reef. Ecosystem Services, 24. pp. 58-67.

Jarvis, Diane, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Liu, Hong-Bo (2016) The impact of economic, social and environmental factors on trip satisfaction and the likelihood of visitors returning. Tourism Management, 52. pp. 1-18.

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Kubiszewski, Ida, Mulder, Kenneth, Jarvis, Diane, and Costanza, Robert (2021) Toward better measurement of sustainable development and wellbeing: a small number of SDG indicators reliably predict life satisfaction. Sustainable Development. (In Press)

Kubiszewski, Ida, Zakariyya, Nabeeh, Costanza, Robert, and Jarvis, Diane (2020) Resilience of self-reported life satisfaction: a case study of who conforms to set-point theory in Australia. PLoS ONE, 15 (8). e0237161.

Kubiszewski, Ida, Jarvis, Diane, and Zakariyya, Nabeeh (2019) Spatial variations in contributors to life satisfaction: an Australian case study. Ecological Economics, 164. 106345.

Kubiszewski, Ida, Zakariyya, Nabeeh, and Jarvis, Diane (2019) Subjective wellbeing at different spatial scales for individuals satisfied and dissatisfied with life. PeerJ, 7. e6502.

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Larson, Silva, Stoeckl, Natalie, Jarvis, Diane, Addison, Jane, Prior, Sharon, and Esparon, Michelle (2019) Using measures of wellbeing for impact evaluation: proof of concept developed with an Indigenous community undertaking land management programs in northern Australia. Ambio, 48 (1). pp. 89-98.

Li, Qian, Stoeckl, Natalie, and King, David (2019) Using the life-satisfaction approach to quantify the complex inter-related impacts of coal mining on host communities: a case study in Shanxi, China. Resources Policy, 62. pp. 305-316.

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Stoeckl, Natalie, Jarvis, Diane, Larson, Silva, Larson, Anna, Grainger, Daniel, and Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation, (2021) Australian Indigenous insights into ecosystem services: beyond services towards connectedness – people, place and time. Ecosystem Services, 50. 101341.

Stoeckl, Natalie, Hicks, Christina, Farr, Marina, Grainger, Daniel, Esparon, Michelle, Thomas, Joseph, and Larson, Silva (2018) The crowding out of complex social goods. Ecological Economics, 144. pp. 65-72.

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Tran, Lai Thi, Stoeckl, Natalie, Esparon, Michelle, and Jarvis, Diane (2016) If climate change means more intense and more frequent drought, what will that mean for agricultural production? A case study in Northern Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 23 (3). pp. 281-297.

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