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2003

Bucolo, Salvatore, Gilbert, Dale, Ginn, Simon, & Hayes, John (2003) Transit Oriented Sustainable Urban Developments - Enhancing Community Consultation through Web Based Virtual Environments. In Spencer, Stephen (Ed.) Proceedings of the 1st Int'l Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia, 11-14 February 2003, Melbourne, Victoria.

Bucolo, Salvatore, Gilbert, Dale, & Ginn, Simon (2003) Using Virtual Reality Models to Better Communicate How Transport Infrastructure can Interface and Interact with the Built Urban Environment. In Green, F (Ed.) Proceedings of the 21st ARRB and 11th REAAA Transport Conference (2003), 18-23 May, 2003, Cairns, Queensland.
Number of citations in Scopus 1

2004

Goonetilleke, Ashantha, Thomas, Evan C., Herngren, Lars F., Ginn, Simon P., & Gilbert, Dale (2004) Urban Water Quality: Stereotypical Solutions May Not Always be the Answer. In International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design; WSUD 2004 - Cities as Catchments, 21-25 November 2004, Hilton Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia.
Number of full-text downloads 331

2005

Summerville, Jennifer A., Buys, Laurie, Ginn, Simon P., Bucolo, Sam, Walker, Arron R., Gard, Stephan, et al. (2005) Engaging people in environmentally sustainable behaviours using interactive Virtual Reality: a conceptual framework. In Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, 28 October 2005, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane.
Number of full-text downloads 635

Goonetilleke, Ashantha, Thomas, Evan C., Ginn, Simon P., & Gilbert, Dale (2005) Understanding the role of land use in urban stormwater quality management. Journal of Environmental Management, 74(1), pp. 31-42.
Number of full-text downloads 2,562
Number of citations in Scopus 75
Number of citations in Web of ScienceĀ® 58

2009

Ginn, Simon (2009) The application of the Park & Ride and TOD concepts to develop a new framework that can maximise public transport patronage. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Number of full-text downloads 1,935

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