Natasha Stacey
Natasha Stacey
Professor, Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods, Charles Darwin
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‘Strange changes’: Indigenous perspectives of climate change and adaptation in NE Arnhem Land (Australia)
L Petheram, KK Zander, BM Campbell, C High, N Stacey
Global Environmental Change 20 (4), 681-692, 2010
Food security and the coral triangle initiative
S Foale, D Adhuri, P Aliņo, EH Allison, N Andrew, P Cohen, L Evans, ...
Marine Policy 38, 174-183, 2013
The role of forest-related income in household economies and rural livelihoods in the border-region of Southern China
NJ Hogarth, B Belcher, B Campbell, N Stacey
World Development 43, 111-123, 2013
Boats to burn: Bajo fishing activity in the Australian fishing zone
N Stacey
ANU Press, 2007
Economic dependence on mangrove forest resources for livelihoods in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh
ANM Abdullah, N Stacey, ST Garnett, B Myers
Forest Policy and Economics 64, 15-24, 2016
Use and perceived importance of forest ecosystem services in rural livelihoods of Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh
R Ahammad, N Stacey, TCH Sunderland
Ecosystem services 35, 87-98, 2019
Enhancing coastal livelihoods in Indonesia: an evaluation of recent initiatives on gender, women and sustainable livelihoods in small-scale fisheries
N Stacey, E Gibson, NR Loneragan, C Warren, B Wiryawan, D Adhuri, ...
Maritime Studies 18, 359-371, 2019
Developing sustainable small-scale fisheries livelihoods in Indonesia: Trends, enabling and constraining factors, and future opportunities
N Stacey, E Gibson, NR Loneragan, C Warren, B Wiryawan, DS Adhuri, ...
Marine Policy 132, 104654, 2021
Social wellbeing and the values of small-scale fisheries
DS Johnson, TG Acott, N Stacey, J Urquhart
Springer International Publishing, 2018
The impact of the expansion of shrimp aquaculture on livelihoods in coastal Bangladesh
AN Abdullah, B Myers, N Stacey, KK Zander, ST Garnett
Environment, Development and Sustainability 19, 2093-2114, 2017
Prospects for whale shark conservation in Eastern Indonesia through bajo traditional ecological knowledge and community-based monitoring
NE Stacey, J Karam, MG Meekan, S Pickering, J Ninef
Conservation and Society 10 (1), 63-75, 2012
The human relationship with our ocean planet
EH Allison, J Kurien, Y Ota, DS Adhuri, JM Bavinck, ...
The Blue Compendium: From Knowledge to Action for a Sustainable Ocean …, 2023
Developing indicators for monitoring and evaluating joint management effectiveness in protected areas in the Northern Territory, Australia
A Izurieta, B Sithole, N Stacey, H Hunter-Xenie, B Campbell, P Donohoe, ...
Ecology and Society 16 (3), 2011
A short-term decrease in household income inequality in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh, following Cyclone Aila
ANM Abdullah, KK Zander, B Myers, N Stacey, ST Garnett
Natural Hazards 83, 1103-1123, 2016
The role of women in the fishery sector of Pantar Island, Indonesia
R Fitriana, N Stacey
Asian Fisheries Science Special Issue 25, 159-175, 2012
Coastal transitions: Small-scale fisheries, livelihoods, and maritime zone developments in Southeast Asia
M Fabinyi, B Belton, WH Dressler, M Knudsen, DS Adhuri, AA Aziz, ...
Journal of Rural Studies 91, 184-194, 2022
A methodological approach for assessing cross-site landscape change: Understanding socio-ecological systems
T Sunderland, R Abdoulaye, R Ahammad, S Asaha, F Baudron, E Deakin, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 84, 83-91, 2017
Forest and agrarian change in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh
R Ahammad, N Stacey
Agrarian change in tropical landscapes 190, 2016
Dietary diversity and fish consumption of mothers and their children in fisher households in Komodo District, eastern Indonesia
E Gibson, N Stacey, TCH Sunderland, DS Adhuri
PloS one 15 (4), e0230777, 2020
Recent trends of forest cover change and ecosystem services in eastern upland region of Bangladesh
R Ahammad, N Stacey, IMS Eddy, SA Tomscha, TCH Sunderland
Science of the total environment 647, 379-389, 2019
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