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David Cook
Adjunct Professor, University of Iceland
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Measuring countries’ environmental sustainability performance—The development of a nation-specific indicator set
D Cook, NM Saviolidis, B Davíðsdóttir, L Jóhannsdóttir, S Ólafsson
Ecological Indicators 74, 463-478, 2017
912017
Measuring countries׳ environmental sustainability performance–A review and case study of Iceland
S Olafsson, D Cook, B Davidsdottir, L Johannsdottir
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 39, 934-948, 2014
802014
Ecosystem services in the Arctic: a thematic review
L Malinauskaite, D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, H Ögmundardóttir, J Roman
Ecosystem Services 36, 100898, 2019
722019
An appraisal of interlinkages between macro-economic indicators of economic well-being and the sustainable development goals
D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir
Ecological Economics 184, 106996, 2021
682021
Systemic risk of maritime-related oil spills viewed from an Arctic and insurance perspective
L Johannsdottir, D Cook
Ocean & Coastal Management 179, 104853, 2019
682019
Reflections on the ecosystem services of whales and valuing their contribution to human well-being
D Cook, L Malinauskaite, B Davíðsdóttir, H Ögmundardóttir, J Roman
Ocean & Coastal Management 186, 105100, 2020
582020
An evaluation of the cost-competitiveness of maritime fuels–a comparison of heavy fuel oil and methanol (renewable and natural gas) in Iceland
R Helgason, D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir
Sustainable Production and Consumption 23, 236-248, 2020
542020
The contingent valuation study of Heiðmörk, Iceland–Willingness to pay for its preservation
D Cook, K Eiríksdóttir, B Davíðsdóttir, DM Kristófersson
Journal of environmental management 209, 126-138, 2018
492018
Willingness to pay for expansion of the whale sanctuary in Faxaflói Bay, Iceland: A contingent valuation study
L Malinauskaite, D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, H Ögmundardóttir, J Roman
Ocean & coastal management 183, 105026, 2020
392020
Energy projects in Iceland–Advancing the case for the use of economic valuation techniques to evaluate environmental impacts
D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, DM Kristófersson
Energy Policy 94, 104-113, 2016
392016
The contingent valuation study of the wind farm Búrfellslundur-Willingness to pay for preservation
SR Einarsdóttir, D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir
Journal of cleaner production 209, 795-802, 2019
352019
Willingness to pay for the preservation of geothermal areas in Iceland–The contingent valuation studies of Eldvörp and Hverahlíð
D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, DM Kristófersson
Renewable energy 116, 97-108, 2018
332018
An ecosystem services perspective for classifying and valuing the environmental impacts of geothermal power projects
D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, DM Kristófersson
Energy for Sustainable Development 40, 126-138, 2017
282017
Socio-cultural valuation of whale ecosystem services in Skjálfandi Bay, Iceland
L Malinauskaite, D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, H Ögmundardóttir
Ecological Economics 180, 106867, 2021
272021
A contingent valuation approach to estimating the recreational value of commercial whale watching–the case study of Faxaflói Bay, Iceland
D Cook, L Malinauskaite, B Davíðsdóttir, H Ögmundardóttir
Tourism management perspectives 36, 100754, 2020
262020
Co-production processes underpinning the ecosystem services of glaciers and adaptive management in the era of climate change
D Cook, L Malinauskaite, B Davíðsdóttir, H Ögmundardóttir
Ecosystem Services 50, 101342, 2021
252021
Synergies and trade-offs in the sustainable development goals—the implications of the icelandic tourism sector
D Cook, N Saviolidis, B Davíðsdóttir, L Jóhannsdóttir, S Ólafsson
Sustainability 11 (15), 4223, 2019
242019
Challenges of national measurement of environmental sustainability in tourism
NM Saviolidis, D Cook, B Davíðsdóttir, L Jóhannsdóttir, S Ólafsson
Current Research in Environmental Sustainability 3, 100079, 2021
232021
Accounting for the utilisation of geothermal energy resources within the genuine progress indicator—A methodological review
D Cook, B Davidsdottir, JG Petursson
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 49, 211-220, 2015
232015
Impacts, Systemic Risk and National Response Measures Concerning COVID-19–the Island Case Studies of Iceland and Greenland
D Cook, L Jóhannsdóttir
Sustainability 13 (15), 8470, 2021
202021
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