Megan Star
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Identifying the causes of low participation rates in conservation tenders
J Rolfe, S Schilizzi, P Boxall, U Latacz-Lohmann, S Iftekhar, M Star, ...
International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 12 (1), 1-45, 2018
From farm to fork: Is food tourism a sustainable form of economic development?
M Star, J Rolfe, J Brown
Economic Analysis and Policy 66, 325-334, 2020
Targeting resource investments to achieve sediment reduction and improved Great Barrier Reef health
M Star, J Rolfe, P Donaghy, T Beutel, G Whish, B Abbott
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 180, 148-156, 2013
Targeting for pollutant reductions in the Great Barrier Reef river catchments
M Star, J Rolfe, K McCosker, R Smith, R Ellis, D Waters, J Waterhouse
Environmental Science & Policy 89, 365-377, 2018
The cost effectiveness of remediating erosion gullies: a case study in the Fitzroy
S Rust, M Star
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 25 (2), 233-247, 2018
Improved grazing management practices in the catchments of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: does climate variability influence their adoption by landholders?
M Star, J Rolfe, P Long, G Whish, P Donaghy
The Rangeland Journal 37 (5), 507-515, 2015
Scientific Consensus Statement 2017: A synthesis of the science of land-based water quality impacts on the Great Barrier Reef, Chapter 4: Management options and their effectiveness
R Eberhard, P Thorburn, J Rolfe, B Taylor, M Ronan, T Weber, N Flint, ...
State of Queensland, 2017
2017 scientific consensus statement: Land use impacts on the great barrier reef water quality and ecosystem condition, chapter 3: The risk from anthropogenic pollutants to …
J Waterhouse, J Brodie, D Tracey, R Smith, M VanderGragt, C Collier, ...
State of Queensland, 2017
Economically viable land regeneration in Central Queensland and improved water quality outcomes for the Great Barrier Reef
M Star, P Donaghy, J Rolfe
The Rangeland Journal 33 (3), 267-276, 2011
Economic analysis of sugarcane farming systems for water quality improvement in the great barrier reef catchments. Reef rescue integrated paddock to reef monitoring, modelling …
M Van Grieken, M Poggio, M East, J Page, M Star
CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, 2010
Will greenhouse concerns impact meat consumption? Best-worst scaling analysis of Australian consumers
J Rolfe, D Rajapaksa, J De Valck, M Star
Food Quality and Preference 104, 104755, 2023
Can paddock scale data integration achieve more cost effective outcomes in the Great Barrier Reef? A case study in the Fitzroy Basin
M Star, J Rolfe, M East, T Beutel, K McCosker, R Ellis, S Darr, T Coughlin
Journal of environmental management 202, 461-468, 2017
Do outcome or input risks limit adoption of environmental projects: Rehabilitating gullies in Great Barrier Reef catchments
M Star, J Rolfe, E Barbi
Ecological Economics 161, 73-82, 2019
Impacts of COVID-19 on patterns of meat and seafood consumption: evidence from Australia
J Rolfe, D Rajapaksa, J De Valck, M Star
British Food Journal 124 (9), 2963-2979, 2022
Who cares about meat carbon footprint? Exploring preferences for credence factors among Australian consumers
J De Valck, J Rolfe, M Star, D Rajapaksa, M Burton
Journal of Cleaner Production 418, 138157, 2023
Consumers' preferences and willingness to pay for improved environmental standards: insights from cane sugar in the Great Barrier Reef region
J De Valck, J Rolfe, D Rajapaksa, M Star
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 66 (3), 505-531, 2022
Understanding the economics of grazing management practices and systems for improving water quality run-off from grazing lands in the Burdekin and Fitzroy Catchments
T Moravek, P Schrobback, M East, M Star, S Rust
State of Queensland, 2017
Do improved grazing management practices lead to increased levels of ground cover?
E Barbi, R Denham, M Star
Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal 11 (1), 114-121, 2015
Economic modelling of grazing systems in the Fitzroy and Burdekin catchments
M Star, P Donaghy
State of Queensland, 2010
An agri-food supply chain assessment framework: Application to Queensland case studies
P Schrobback, J Rolfe, M Star
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The 26 (3), 379-410, 2020
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