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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.
Biggs, Duan, Hall, C. Michael, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2012) The resilience of formal and informal tourism enterprises to disasters: reef tourism in Phuket, Thailand. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20 (5). pp. 645-665.
Biggs, Duan, Turpie, J, Fabricius, C, and Spenceley, A (2011) The value of avitourism for conservation and job creation - an analysis from South Africa. Conservation and Society, 9 (1). pp. 80-90.
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.
Schmallegger, Doris, and Carson, Dean (2010) Is tourism just another staple? A new perspective on tourism in remote regions. Current Issues in Tourism, 13 (3). pp. 201-221.
Zeng, Benxiang, Gerritsen, Rolf, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2010) Contribution of Indigenous culture to tourism development. International Journal of Culture & Tourism Research, 3 (1). pp. 165-185.
Schmallegger, Doris, Carson, Dean, and Tremblay, Pascal (2010) The economic geography of remote tourism: the problem of connection seeking. Tourism Analysis, 15 (1). pp. 127-139.
Stoeckl, Natalie (2007) Using surveys of business expenditure to draw inferences about the size of regional multipliers: a case-study of tourism in Northern Australia. Regional Studies , 41 (7). pp. 917-931.
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.
Stoeckl, Natalie, Smith, Amanda, Newsome, David, and Lee, Diane (2005) Regional economic dependence on iconic wildlife tourism: case studies of Monkey Mia and Hervey Bay. Journal of Tourism Studies, 16 (1). pp. 69-81.
Stoeckl, Natalie (2003) A 'quick and dirty' travel cost model. Tourism Economics, 9 (3). pp. 325-335.
Stoeckl, Natalie (2003) Measurement error and functional form: implications for welfare estimates. Applied Economics Letters, 10 (5). pp. 259-270.
Esparon, Michelle, Gyuris, Emma, and Stoeckl, Natalie Does ECO certification deliver benefits? An empirical investigation of visitors' perceptions of the importance of ECO certification's attributes and of operators' performance. Journal of Sustainable Tourism . pp. 1-22. (In Press)
Esparon, Michelle, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Gyuris, Emma (2013) ECO certification in Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage Area: is it good for business? In: Handbook of tourism economics: analysis, new applications and case studies. World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, pp. 845-869.
Carson, Dean, and Schmallegger, Doris (2011) Drive tourism: a view from the road. In: Drive Tourism: trends and emerging markets. Advances in Tourism . Routledge, Milton Park, UK, pp. 358-368.
Schmallegger, Doris (2011) Managing the transition from coach to car-based markets: the search for commercial value in Australia's Flinders Ranges. In: Drive Tourism: trends and emerging markets. Advances in Tourism . Routledge, Milton Park, UK, pp. 14-35.
Carson, D., and Schmallegger, D. (2009) Fishing the 'big rivers' in Australia's Northern Territory: market diversification for the Daly River. In: River Tourism. CAB International, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 131-146.
Schmallegger, Doris (2009) The power of loose ties: networking for market diversification in remote Australia. In: Marketing Innovations for Sustainable Destinations. Goodfellow Publishers, Woodeaton, Oxford, UK, pp. 286-298.
Stoeckl, Natalie (2008) Enhancing the economic benefit of tourism at the local level. In: Building Community Capacity for Tourism Development. CAB International, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 16-28.
Stoeckl, Natalie (2008) Enhancing the economic benefits of tourism at the local level. In: Building Community Capacity for Tourism Development. CABI, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 16-28.
Smith, Amanda J., Lee, Diane, Newsome, David, and Stoeckl, Natalie (2006) Production and consumption of wildlife icons: dolphin tourism at Monkey Mia, Western Australia. In: Tourism, Consumption and Representation: Narratives of Place and Self. CAB International, UK, pp. 113-139.
Bentrupperbaumer, Joan M. (2005) Human dimension of wildlife interactions. In: Wildlife Tourism. Aspects of Tourism . Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK, pp. 82-112.
Falco-Mammone, Fay, and Prideaux, Bruce (2007) Valuing tourism in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Proceedings of the 17th Annual CAUTHE Conference CAUTHE 2007: Tourism - Past Achievements, Future Challenges. , 11-14 FEB 2007, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Greiner, Romy, Stoeckl, Natalie, and Schweigert, Roman (2004) Estimating community benefits from tourism: the case of Carpentaria Shire. Proceedings of the 48th Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) 2004 48th Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) 2004. , 11-13th February, 2004, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
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.
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.
Biggs, Duan (2011) The resilience of coral reef tourism to global change and crises. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Schmallegger, Doris (2010) Understanding the impact of the inherited institutional environment on tourism innovation systems in resource dependent peripheries: a case study of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.