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Thomas, Glenn S. (1996) Working with community groups in managing the cultural landscape. Landscape Australia, 18(3), pp. 216-222.
Thomas, Glenn S. (1997) A golf course for Birdsville. Landscape Australia, 19(4), pp. 318-324.
Thomas, Glenn S. (1999) Porphyry, tuff and loose specifications. Landscape Australia, 21(2), pp. 124-126.
Thomas, Glenn (2001) Brisbane River Expressways as Landscape Urbanism. In Journal of Landscape Architecture: Kerb#10, 9-11 July 2001.
Thomas, Glenn S., Sim, Jean C., & Poulton, Delwynn V. (2001) Planting design: An exploration of emerging theoretical frameworks to support sustainable landscape design. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland.
Thomas, Glenn S. (2002) S.A.D. = Sustainable and delightful: A designer's guide to sustainable site planning. Queensland University of Tecnology, Brisbane, Queensland.
Thomas, Glenn S. (2005) Field studies in sustainable development: Lesotho case study. In Symposium BMB: Identity and Globalization: Design for the City, 7 - 9 April 2005, School of Architecture, University of Bordeaux, France.
Thomas, Glenn S. (2005) Metsi a Sekhala (fast water) Metsi a Phallang Butle (slow water): Report on community project outcomes BNB301 field studies in sustainable development.
Kennedy, Rosemary J., Thomson, Mark J., Jenkins, Graham A., Foong, Yin K., Demirbilek, Nur, Ferreira, Luis, et al. (2006) Review of South Bank Corporation's Draft Ecologically Sustainable Policy and Implementation Plan.
Kennedy, Rosemary J., Thomson, Mark J., Jenkins, Graham A., Foong, Yin K., Demirbilek, Nur, Ferreira, Luis, et al. (2006) South Bank Corporation's Draft Ecologically Sustainable Development Policy and Implementation Strategy.
Thomas, Glenn S. (2006) Nature + Culture = Place. In Parker, Jodie (Ed.) Subtropical Cities 2006: Achieving Sustainable Urbanism in the Subtropics, 27 - 29 September 2006, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Thomas, Glenn S. (2006) Poona Futures. In Mooney, Patrick F. (Ed.) Shifting Ground: Landscape Architecture in the Age of the New Normal, 14 -17 June 2006, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Thomas, Glenn S., Satherley, Shannon D., & Dawes, Les A. (2007) Bargara Pasturage Reserve : Future Visions. [Exhibition/Event]
Thomas, Glenn S. (2007) Sustainability learnt from difference. In Bull, Catherin, Boontharm, Davisi, Parin, Claire, Radovic, Darko, & Tapie, Guy (Eds.) Cross-cultural urban design : global or local practice? Routledge, United States of America, New York, pp. 174-186.
Mortensen, Wes & Thomas, Glenn (2008) Community engagement: a mutually beneficial shift in landscape design education. In Barnett, R (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2008 NZILA Shift Conference, Unitec Landscape Unit, Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand, Auckland, pp. 37-44.