Romy Greiner
Romy Greiner
River Consulting and James Cook University, Townsville
Verified email at riverconsulting.com.au - Homepage
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Motivations, risk perceptions and adoption of conservation practices by farmers
R Greiner, L Patterson, O Miller
Agricultural systems 99 (2-3), 86-104, 2009
4302009
Farmers’ intrinsic motivations, barriers to the adoption of conservation practices and effectiveness of policy instruments: Empirical evidence from northern Australia
R Greiner, D Gregg
Land use policy 28 (1), 257-265, 2011
3272011
The Tourism Futures Simulator: a systems thinking approach
PA Walker, R Greiner, D McDonald, V Lyne
Environmental Modelling & Software 14 (1), 59-67, 1998
1451998
Motivations and attitudes influence farmers' willingness to participate in biodiversity conservation contracts
R Greiner
Agricultural Systems 137, 154-165, 2015
1012015
The community impacts of different types of visitors: an empirical investigation of tourism in North-west Queensland
N Stoeckl, R Greiner, C Mayocchi
Tourism Management 27 (1), 97-112, 2006
772006
Incentive instruments for the sustainable use of marine resources
R Greiner, MD Young, AD McDonald, M Brooks
Ocean & Coastal Management 43 (1), 29-50, 2000
732000
Design considerations of a choice experiment to estimate likely participation by north Australian pastoralists in contractual biodiversity conservation.
R Greiner, M Bliemer, J Ballweg
Journal of Choice Modelling 10, 34-45, 2014
722014
Factors influencing farmers’ participation in contractual biodiversity conservation: a choice experiment with northern Australian pastoralists
R Greiner
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 60 (1), 1-21, 2016
672016
More than money for conservation: Exploring social co-benefits from PES schemes
R Greiner, O Stanley
Land use policy 31, 4-10, 2013
632013
Ecosystem services from tropical savannas: economic opportunities through payments for environmental services
R Greiner, I Gordon, C Cocklin
The Rangeland Journal 31 (1), 51-59, 2009
482009
On the efficient use of a catchment's land and water resources: dryland salinization in Australia
R Greiner, O Cacho
Ecological Economics 38 (3), 441-458, 2001
472001
Catchment management for dryland salinity control: Model analysis for the Liverpool Plains in New South Wales
R Greiner
Agricultural Systems 56 (2), 225-251, 1998
461998
A multi-criteria approach to Great Barrier Reef catchment (Queensland, Australia) diffuse-source pollution problem
R Greiner, A Herr, J Brodie, D Haynes
Marine pollution bulletin 51 (1-4), 128-137, 2005
432005
Optimal farm management responses to emerging soil salinisation in a dryland catchment in eastern Australia
R Greiner
Land Degradation & Development 8 (1), 71-93, 1997
411997
Scenario modelling to support industry strategic planning and decision making
R Greiner, J Puig, C Huchery, N Collier, ST Garnett
Environmental modelling & software 55, 120-131, 2014
352014
Natural Resource Management in the Burdekin Dry Tropics: Social and Economic Issues:. Report for the Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM Board
R Greiner, N Stoeckl, CJ Stokes, A Herr, J Bachmaier
Townsville, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, 2003
332003
An economic analysis of farm forestry as a means of controlling dryland salinity
O Cacho, R Greiner, L Fulloon
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 45 (2), 233-256, 2001
322001
Estimating consumer surplus and elasticity of demand of tourist visitation to a region in North Queensland using contingent valuation
R Greiner, J Rolfe
Tourism Economics 10 (3), 317-328, 2004
312004
Economic and cultural values of water to the Ngarrindjeri people of the Lower Lakes, Coorong and Murray Mouth
J Birckhead, R Greiner, S Hemming, D Rigney, M Rigney, G Trevorrow, ...
River Consulting: Townsville, 2011
302011
Wellbeing of Nywaigi Traditional Owners: The contribution of country to wellbeing and the role of natural resource management
R Greiner, S Larson, A Herr, V Bligh
Report for the Burdekin Dry Tropics Board, 2005
272005
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