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Balancing commercial and environmental needs: Licensing as a means of managing whale shark tourism on Ningaloo reef. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 20(2):163-178.. 2012.
Consolidation in a wildlife tourism industry: The changing impact of whale shark tourist expenditure in the Ningaloo coast region. International Journal of Tourism Research. 12(2):134-148.. 2010.
Discovering wildlife tourism: a whale shark tourism case study. Current Issues in Tourism. 13(4):351-361.. 2010.
The practicalities of a Learning Tourism Destination: a case study of the Ningaloo Coast. International Journal of Tourism Research. 11(6):567-581.. 2009.
Regional planning and resilient futures: Destination modelling and tourism development — The case of the Ningaloo coastal region in Western Australia. Planning Practice and Research. 26(4):393-415.. 2011.
World stage, local dramas? The World Heritage designations of Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef Institute of Australian Geographers Conference.. 2012.
Participatory tourism planning at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Sustainable Coastal Management and Climate Adaptation: Global Lessons from Regional Approaches in Australia.. 2012.