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Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2004) An initial assessment of policies for saving a rare Australian glider: Experimental results, economics and ecology St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 141 476
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Kriwoken, Lorne (2004) Antarctic tourists: A case study of their evaluation of Antarctic wildlife and environmental issues St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 284  
Tisdell, Clement A. and Wilson, Clevo Ignatious (2000). A Study of the Impact of Ecotourism on Environmental Education and Conservation: The Case of Turtle Watching at an Australian Site. Working Papers on Economics, Ecology and the Environment 55, School of Economics, University of Queensland. 330 412
Wilson, C. I. and Tisdell, C. A. (2004) Attitudes to entry fees to national parks: results and policy implications from a Queensland case study. Economic Analysis and Policy, 34 1: 79-102. 75  
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2003) Attitudes to entry fees to National Parks: Results and policy implications from a Queensland case study St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 301  
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2004). Australian Tropical Reptile Species: Ecological Status, Public Valuation and Attitudes to their Conservation and Commercial Use. Working papers on Economics, Ecology and the Environment 106, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 131 283
Wilson, C (2004) Battling resistance to antibiotics and pesticides: An economic approach. Ecological Economics, 50 1-2: 159-160. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2004.03.005 40   1 0
Tisdell, C., Swarna Nantha, H. and Wilson, C. (2007) Biodiversity conservation and public support for sustainable wildlife harvesting: A case study. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management, 3 3: 129-143. 101   Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2004) Birds in an Australian rainforest: Their attraction for visitors and visitors' ecological impacts St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 210 92
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2004) Birds - their importance to visitors to an Australian rainforest St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 146  
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. I. Breeding and Feeding Pigs in Australia and Vietnam. Australia: ACIAR, 2001. 80  
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2005). Common and endangered species: How does society allocate support for their conservation?. In: Proceedings of the 34th Australian Conference of Economists. ACE05: 34th Australian Conference of Economists, Melbourne, Australia, (1-32). 26-28 September 2005. 99  
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2004) Comparative public support for conserving reptile species is high: Australian evidence and its implications St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 81 61
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2003) Conflicts over natural resources and the environment: Economics and security St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 118  
Wilson, C. I. and Tisdell, C. A. (2003) Conservation and Economic Benefits of Wildlife-Based Marine Tourism: Sea Turtles and Whales as Case Studies. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 8 1: 49-58. 132  
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2002) Conservation and economic benefits of wildlife-based marine tourism: Sea turtles and whales as case studies St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 235  
Wilson, C. I. and Tisdell, C. A. (2001). Conservation and Economic Benefits of Wildlife -based Tourism: Sea Turtles and Whales as Case Studies. In: CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Wildlife Tourism: Endangered or Sustainable Growth?. First National Convention on Wildlife Tourism in Australia, Hobart, Tasmania, (1-12). 28-30 October 2001. 130  
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2008) Contingent valuation as a dynamic process. Journal of Socio-Economics, 37 4: 1443-1458. doi:10.1016/j.socec.2007.04.005 118 2 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo Ignatious and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2005) Crocodile farms and management of saltwater crocodiles in Northern Territory: Results of a survey of NT crocodile farmers plus analysis of secondary information St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 650 6578
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2004) Dependence of public support for survival of wildlife species on their likeability St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 85 61
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2000). Developing ecotourism for the survival of sea turtles. Working Papers on Economics, Ecology and the Environment 45, School of Economics, University of Queensland. 151 1777
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2003) Does ecotourism contribute to sea turtle conservation? Is the flagship status of turtles advantageous? St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 134  
Tisdell, Clem, Wilson, Clevo and Swarna Nantha, Hemanath (2004) Dynamic processes in contingent valuation: A case study involving the mahogany glider St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 155 90
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2000). Economic, educational and conservation benefits of sea turtle based ecotourism: A study focused on Mon Repos. Working Papers on Economics, Ecology and Environment 52, School of Economics, University of Queensland. 223 255
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo Economic , Educational and Conservation Benefits of Sea Turtle Based Ecotourism: A Study Focused on Mon Repos. Edited by K. Higginbottom Griffith University, Gold Coast, Qld.: CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2002. 498  
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. I. (2004). Economics of Wildlife Tourism. In Karen Higginbottom (Ed.), Wildlife Tourism impacts, management and planning (pp. 145-163) Altona, Vic., Australia: Common Ground Publishing Ltd. 55 2
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2003) Economics of wildlife tourism St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 79  
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo Economics, Wildlife Tourism and Conservation: Three Case Studies. Edited by Chris Cooper, Terry De Lacy and Leo Jago Griffith University, Gold Coast, Qld.: CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2004. 120 3
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2004) Economics, wildlife tourism and conservation: Three case studies St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 161 181
Wilson, C. I. and Tisdell, C. A. (2002). Economic value of seabirds for ecotourism in Australia - some lessons from the case of little penguins. In: Landsberg and J., Ecology 2002 Conference, Cairns. Ecology 2002 Conference, Cairns, Australia, (). 1-6 December 2002. 177  
Tisdell, C. and Wilson, C. (2002) Ecotourism for the survival of sea turtles and other wildlife. Biodiversity And Conservation, 11 9: 1521-1538. doi:10.1023/A:1016833300425 78   25 Cited 30 times in Scopus30 0
Wilson, Clevo (2002). Empirical Evidence Showing The Relationships Between Three Approaches For Pollution Control.. Working Papers on Economics, Ecology and Environment 71, School of Economics, University of Queensland. 29 54
Wilson, Clevo (2003) Empirical evidence showing the relationships between three approaches for pollution control. Environmental & Resource Economics, 24 1: 97-101. doi:10.1023/A:1022838112228 25   4 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Wilson, C. I. (2002) Empirical Evidence Showing the Relationships Between Three Approaches for Pollution Control. Economics, Ecology and the Environment Working Paper No. 71 Australia: UQ School of Economics 62  
Tisdell, Clem, Swarna Nantha, Hemanath and Wilson, Clevo (2007) Endangerment and Likeability of Wildlife Species: How Important are they for Payments Proposed for Conservation?. Ecological Economics, 60 3: 627-633. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2006.01.007 84   22 Cited 28 times in Scopus28 0
Tisdell, Clem, Swarna Nantha, Hemanath and Wilson, Clevo (2004) Endangerment and likeability of wildlife species: How important are they for proposed payments for conservation St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 106 70
Wilson, Clevo (1999) Environmental and Human Costs of Commercial Agricultural Production in South Asia. Economic Issues No. 8, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 2483 2556
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. I. (2003). Genetically Modified (Transgenic) Crops and Pest Control Economics. In Clem Tisdell (Ed.), Economics and Ecology in Agriculture and Marine Production: Bioeconomics and Resource Use (pp. 246-256) Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. 132  
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. I. (2003). Genetic Selection of Livestock and Economic Development. In Clem Tisdell (Ed.), Economics and Ecology in Agriculture and Marine Production: Bioeconomics and Resource Use (pp. 140-150) Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing. 46  
Wilson, Clevo, Tisdell, Clem and Merritt, David (2004) Glow worms as a tourist attraction in Springbrook National Park: Visitor attitudes and economic issues St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 330 156
Wilson, C. I., Tisdell, C. A. and Merritt, D. J. (2004) Glow worms as a tourist attraction in Springbrook National Park: Visitor attitudes and economic issues. Economics, Ecology and the Environment, 105 1-31. 129  
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2005) How knowledge affects payment to conserve an endangered bird St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 86 46
Wilson, C. I. (2001). Ill Health from Exposure to Pesticides in Sri-Lanka: Estimating the Costs and Determining the Relationships. In: John Bridges, Economics & Health 200: Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Australian Conference of Health Economists. Economics & Health 2001, Gold Coast, Australia, (281-294). 2001. 30  
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2004) Information and wildlife valuation: Experiments and policy St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 80 62
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2004) Knowledge and willingness to pay for the conservation of wildlife species: Experimental results evaluating Australian tropical species St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 82 54
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2004) Knowledge of birds and willingness to pay for their conservation: An Australian case study St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 72  
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. I. (2004) Lamington National Park: Its Appeal to Visitors and their Concerns. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 11 1: 97-109. 86  
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2002) OLS and Tobit analysis: When is substitution defensible operationally? St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 250  
Tisdell, Clem and Wilson, Clevo (2003) Open-cycle hatcheries, tourism and conservation of sea turtles: Economic and ecological analysis St. Lucia, Qld.: The University of Queensland School of Economics 55  
Wilson, C. I. (2002). Pesticide avoidance: Results from a Sri Lankan study with health policy implications. In D. C. Hall and L. J. Moffitt (Ed.), Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources Volume 4: Economics of Pesticides, Sustainable Food Production, and Organic Food Markets (pp. 231-258) UK: Elsevier Science. 26  

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