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Dale, Pat, Hayes, John, & Tong, Shilu (2005) Spatiotemporal Variation of Notified Barmah Forest Virus Infections in Queensland, Australia, 1993 - 2001. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 15(2), pp. 89-98.
Bi, Peng, Donald, Ken, Hayes, John, MacKenzie, John, & Tong, Shilu (2001) Geographic Variation of Notified Ross River Virus Infections in Queensland, Australia, 1985-1996. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, pp. 171-176.
Hayes, John Francis & Goonetilleke, Ashantha (2013) Assessing the suitability of existing spatial data for disaster planning and mitigation in Queensland. In Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference of the International Institute for Infrastructure Renewal and Reconstruction, Risk-informed Disaster Management: Planning for Response, Recovery and Resilience, QUT, Brisbane, Qld.
Hayes, John & Goonetilleke, Ashantha (2013) The need for and appropriate application of spatial data for disaster management and strengthening community resilience. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Building Resilience 2013: Individual, Institutional and Societal Coping Strategies to Address the Challenges Associated with Disaster Risk, University of Salford, Ahungalla, Sri Lanka.
Hayes, John & Goonetilleke, Ashantha (2012) Building community resilience – learning from the 2011 floods in Southeast Queensland, Australia. In Kakimoto, Ryuji & Yamada, Fumihiko (Eds.) 8th Annual Conference of International Institute for Infrastructure, Renewal and Reconstruction : International Conference on Disaster Management (IIIRR 2012), Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan, pp. 51-60.
Webb, Robert M. & Hayes, John F. (2008) Work Integrated Learning: Will it Work for Spatial Science Wilers? In McDougall, Kevin (Ed.) Queensland Spatial Conference 2008 : Global Warning: What’s Happening In Paradise?, 17-19 July 2008, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia.
Susilawati, Connie & Hayes, John F. (2007) Adding Spatial Location Attributes to Enhance Housing Transaction Data. In 13th Annual Conference Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 21 to 24 January 2007, Fremantle, Australia.
Webb, Robert M. & Hayes, John F. (2006) Spatial Science Education Directions for QUT. In Fehlhaber, Les (Ed.) Combined 5th Trans Tasman Survey Conference and the 2nd Queensland Spatial Industry Conference 2006, 19-23 September 2006, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
Chetham, Scott M., Cornish, Bruce H., Hayes, John, & Stafford, Wayne J. (2004) Measurement of Cardiac Output using Multiple Frequency Impedance Spectroscopy. In Nowakowski, A., Wtorek, J., Bujnowski, A., & Janczulewicz, A. (Eds.) International Conference on Electrical Bioimpedance (ICEBI XII) and Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT V), 20 - 24 June, Gdansk, Poland.
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, Sam, Hayes, John, & Impey, Philip (2001) Client Expectations of Virtual Environments for Urban Design Development. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information Visualisation, 25-27 July 2001.
Bucolo, Sam, Goss, Halima, & Hayes, John (2001) Developing a Web-Based Methodology to Teach a Web-Based Technology - The e-Journal Approach. In Short Paper Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, 9-12 December 2001.
Firn, Jennifer, Martin, Tara, Walters, Belinda, Hayes, John, Nicol, Sam, Chadès, Iadine, et al. (2013) Priority threat management of invasive plant species in the Lake Eyre Basin. CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia.
Hayes, John Francis (1997) A prototype system for the digital lodgement of spatial data. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.