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Vine, Desley & Willis, Eileen (2009) The public hospital system. In Willis, Eileen , Reynolds , Louise , & Keleher , Helen (Eds.) Understanding the Australian Health Care System. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, Sydney, pp. 23-32.
Sommerfeld, Jeff, Buys, Laurie, Mengersen, Kerrie, & Vine, Desley (2017) Influence of demographic variables on uptake of domestic solar photovoltaic technology. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 67, pp. 315-323.
Vine, Desley, Buys, Laurie, Lewis, Jim, & Morris, Peter (2016) Application of a Bayesian network complex system model examining the importance of customer-industry engagement to peak electricity demand reduction. Open Journal of Energy Efficiency, 5, pp. 31-47.
Morris, Peter, Vine, Desley, & Buys, Laurie (2016) Residential consumer perspectives of effective peak electricity demand reduction interventions as an approach for low carbon communities. AIMS Energy, 4(3), pp. 536-556.
Lewis, Jim, Mengersen, Kerrie, Buys, Laurie, Vine, Desley, Bell, John M., Morris, Peter, et al. (2015) Systems modelling of the socio-technical aspects of residential electricity use and network peak demand. PLoS ONE, 10(7), e0134086.
Morris, Peter, Vine, Desley, & Buys, Laurie (2015) Application of a Bayesian Network complex system model to a successful community electricity demand reduction program. Energy, 84(1), pp. 63-74.
Buys, Laurie, Vine, Desley, Ledwich, Gerard, Bell, John, Mengersen, Kerrie, Morris, Peter, et al. (2015) A framework for understanding and generating integrated solutions for residential peak energy demand. PLOS ONE, 10(3), e0121195.
Morris, Peter, Buys, Laurie, & Vine, Desley (2014) Moving from outsider to insider : peer status and partnerships between electricity utilities and residential consumers. PLoS One, 9(6), pp. 1-8.
Vine, Desley, Buys, Laurie, & Aird, Rosemary (2014) Conceptions of ‘community’ among older adults living in high-density urban areas : an Australian case study. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 33(2), E1-E6.
Wright, David L., Buys, Laurie, Vine, Desley, Xia, Bo, Skitmore, Martin, Drogemuller, Robin, et al. (2014) EUTOPIA 75+ : exploratory futures scenarios for baby boomers’ preferred living spaces. Journal of Futures Studies, 19(2), pp. 41-60.
Buys, Laurie, Vine, Desley, & Miller, Evonne (2013) What makes inner city high density living attractive? Insight from residents in Brisbane, Australia. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, 2(1), pp. 14-33.
Vine, Desley, Buys, Laurie, & Morris, Peter (2013) The effectiveness of energy feedback for conservation and peak demand : a literature review. Open Journal of Energy Efficiency, 2(1), pp. 7-15.
Vine, Desley, Buys, Laurie, & Aird, Rosemary (2012) Experiences of neighbourhood walkability among older Australians living in high density inner-city areas. Planning Theory and Practice, 13(3), pp. 421-444.
Vine, Desley, Buys, Laurie, & Aird, Rosemary (2012) The use of amenities in high density neighbourhoods by older urban Australians residents. Landscape and Urban Planning, 107(2), pp. 159-171.
Vine, Desley & Buys, Laurie (2012) Understanding neighbourhood liveability for older urban Australians. The International Journal of Aging in Society, 1(3), pp. 1-12.
Drogemuller, Robin, Boulaire, Fanny, Ledwich, Gerard, Buys, Laurie, Utting, Mark, Vine, Desley, et al. (2015) Aggregating energy supply and demand. In Mahdavi, Ardeshir, Martens, Bob, & Scherer, Raimar (Eds.) eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction: ECPPM 2014, CRC Press/Balkema, Vienna, Austria, pp. 425-430.
Vine, Desley & Buys, Laurie (2010) The lived world of older urban Australians: relating everyday living to GPS tracking data. In Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group of Australia on Computer-Human Interaction, ACM Digital Library , Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 176-179.
Vine, Desley (2012) The neglected dimension of community liveability : impact on social connectedness and active ageing in higher density accommodation. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.