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Lawson, Gill M. (2011) Networks cities and ecological habitats. In Networks Cities. China Architecture & Building Press, Beijing.
Lawson, Gill M., Cushing, Debra Flanders, & Taborda, Claudia (2016) Motivations of young people to study landscape architecture. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Urban Design and Planning, 169(5), pp. 209-253.
Yang, Chen, Sim, Jean C., & Lawson, Gillian M. (2016) Deciphering historic landscapes: A case study of slender West Lake in Yangzhou, China. Landscape Research, 41(1), pp. 95-112.
Lawson, Gill M. (2013) A rhetorical study of in-flight real estate advertisements as a potential site of ethical transformation in Chinese cities. Cities, 31, pp. 85-95.
Luo, Tianqing & Lawson, Gill M. (2011) An investigation of unique challenges in National Historic relics and scenic sites (NHRSSs) in Chinese research literature 1982-2008 using co-word analysis. Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies (觀光休閒學報), 17(2), pp. 293-314.
Lawson, Gill M. (2010) Australian landscape architecture in China. Landscape Architecture Australia, 126, pp. 45-47.
Lawson, Gill M. (2010) Changing pedagogic codes in a class of landscape architects learning 'ecologically sustainable development'. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 31(2), pp. 199-216.
Peng, Wang, Lawson, Gill M., & Bin-yi, Liu (2010) Water sensitive urban design in landscape projects in Shijiazhuang and Yueyang in China [水敏性城市设计 (WSUD) 策略及景观项目中的应用 (中国石家莊和中國岳陽)]. Chinese Landscape Architecture, 26(174), pp. 88-91.
Zhang, Wei & Lawson, Gill M. (2009) Meeting and greeting : activities in public outdoor spaces outside high-density urban residential communities. Urban Design International, 14(4), pp. 207-214.
Lawson, Gill M. (2006) Gilding the lily : Ephraim Island. Landscape Architecture Australia, May(110), pp. 42-45.
Lawson, Gill M. (2005) From China with love. Landscape Australia, 26(1), pp. 24-26.
Lawson, Gillian M., Franz, Jill M., & Adkins, Barbara A. (2005) Rhetoric of landscape architecture and interior design discourses: preparation for cross-disciplinary practice. IDEA Journal, 2005, pp. 41-49.
Lawson, Gill M. (2003) Ecological landscape planning: a gaming approach in education. Landscape Research, 28(2), pp. 217-223.
Renata, Alayna M., Lawson, Gill, Cushing, Debra, & Menzies, Diane (2015) Indigenous cultural landscapes: Equitably defining the 'authenticity' of the intangible. In Lira, Sergio, Amoeda, Rogerio, & Pinheiro, Cristina (Eds.) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Intangible Heritage, Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development, Lagos, Portugal, pp. 365-371.
Guaralda, Mirko, Lawson, Gill M., & Miller, Evonne (2014) Sense of home, sense of place : a morpho-typological comparative study of Florida and Queensland. In Cavallo, Roberto, Komossa, Susanne, Marzot, Nicola, Berghauser Pont, Meta, & Kuijper, Joran (Eds.) New Urban Configurations, IOS Press, Delft, The Nederlands, pp. 567-573.
Stav, Yael & Lawson, Gill M. (2012) Vertical vegetation design decisions and their impact on energy consumption in subtropical cities. In Pacetti, M., Passerini, G., Brebbia, C.A., & Latini, G. (Eds.) The Sustainable City VII : Urban Regeneration and Sustainability, WIT Press, Ancona, Italy, pp. 489-500.
Lawson, Gill M. (2010) Social interactions in Chinese parks : a walk in Lu Xun Park. In International Congress 2010 Healthy Parks Healthy People , 11 - 16 April 2010, Melbourne, Vic..
Lawson, Gill M. & Liu, Binyi (2009) Rethinking regional green space networks in China. In Proceedings of the 46th IFLA World Congress, Brazillian Association of Landscape Architects and International Federation of Landscape Architects, Rio De Janeiro.
Lawson, Gill M. & Wang, Peng (2009) Water sensitive urban design : landscape planning and design to improve water quality in Shijiazhaung and Yueyang. In The Sino-Canadian Forum on Water Resource Protection Under Climate Change and Sustainable Development, 7-8 November 2009.
Lawson, Gill M. (2005) Development and Innovation in Curriculum Design in Landscape Planning: Students as Agents of Change. In Wang, Xiangrong (Ed.) 1st International Landscape Studies Education Symposium, Oct 28-29 2005, China.
Lawson, Gill M., Franz, Jill M., & Adkins, Barbara A. (2005) Rhetoric of landscape architecture and interior design discourses : preparation for cross-disciplinary practice. In Proceedings of IDEA 2005, IDEA/Queensland University of Technology, Royal Botanical Gardens, Melbourne.
Lawson, Gill M. & Erickson, Michael (2002) Connecting theory, practice and place in today’s landscape : an education initiative. In AILA National Conference, People + Places : The Spirit of Design, 22-24 August, 2002, Darwin, NT.
Lawson, Gill M., Shanableh, Abdallah, Margerum, Richard, Lim, Bill, & Wallace, Keith (2000) Curriculum For Collaborative Learning In Sustainability At QUT. In Shanableh, Abdallah (Ed.) Shaping the Sustainable Millenium: Collaborative Approaches, 5-7 July 2000, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
Marriott, Michael, Guaralda, Mirko, & Lawson, Gill M. (2012) From slum to suburbia : examining a spectrum of planned and unplanned urban morphology in humid sub-tropical regions of the world. In (Ed.) Portuguese Network of Urban Morphology 2012, 5-6 July 2012, Instituto Universitário De Lisboa, Portugal. (Unpublished)
Lawson, Gill M. (2009) Xiamen Hai Cang tourism project : landscape planning and design of five islands. [Design/Architectural Work]
Lawson, Gill M. (2009) Stage 1 of the Yueyang Urban Water System Project: Landscape planning and design of Wangjia River. [Design/Architectural Work]
Lawson, Gill M. (2008) Shijiazhuang ecological landscape planning and design comprehensive improvement program for the Hutuo River. [Design/Architectural Work]
Lawson, Gill M. Detailed landscape plan for the North section of the Bailang River north of Jiqing Highway, Weifang. [Design/Architectural Work]
Lawson, Gillian Mary (2007) Changing relations in landscape planning discourse. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.