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Emadi, Bagher, Abbaspour-Fard, M, & Yarlagadda, Prasad (2009) Mechanical properties of melon measured by compression, shear, and cutting modes. International Journal of Food Properties, 12(4), pp. 780-790.
Godber, Allison M., Hastings, Peter A., & Childs, Iraphne R. (2006) Local government views on addressing flood risk management on the Gold Coast. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 21(3), pp. 34-40.
Boyd, Terence (2006) Can We Assess the Worth of Environmental and Social Characteristics in Investment Property? In DeFrancesco, A (Ed.) Proceedings of the 12th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference 2006, 22-25 January 2006, New Zealand, Auckland.
Foth, Marcus, Satchell, Christine, Brereton, Margot, & Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong (2008) Internet Technology and Urban Sustainability. In IR 9.0: Rethinking Communities, Rethinking Place - Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) conference, Oct 15-18, 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Gane, Michelle & Hefferan, Michael (2007) Valuing the changes - Will investment in sustainable features be recognised in market value. In Affordable Sustainable Housing, Australian Green Development Forum, Tuesday 17th April, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
Godber, Allison M. (2002) Urban Floodplain Land-use – Acceptable Hazard? : A Case Study of Flood Risk Perception on the Guragunbah Floodplain (Nerang River System), Gold Coast. In QUT Centre for Social Change Research Conference: Social Change in the 21st Century, 27th October, QUT, Brisbane.
Godber, Allison M. (2003) Urban Floodplain Land-use – Acceptable Risk? Examining Stakeholder Perceptions of ‘Acceptable’ Flood Risk within the Nerang River Floodplain, Gold Coast. In Floodplain Mangaement Authorities of NSW 43rd Annual Conference: Flood Mitigation Without the Barriers, 25-28th February, Forbes, New South Wales. (Unpublished)
Kashem, Mohammad, Le, An, Ledwich, Gerard, & Negnevitsky, Michael (2005) Minimising Power Losses in Distribution Systems with Distributed Resources. In Negnevitsky, M (Ed.) AUPEC 2005 CD Proceedings: Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, 25 September - 28 September 2005, Australia, Tasmania, Hobart.
Kashem, Mohammad, Le, An, Ledwich, Gerard, & Negnevitsky, Michael (2005) Minimising Voltage Deviation in Distribution Feeders by Optimising Size and Location of Distributed Generation. In Negnevitsky, M (Ed.) AUPEC 2005 CD Proceedings: Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, 25 September - 28 September 2005, Australia, Tasmania, Hobart.
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.
Yuan, Mei & Yang, Jay (2008) The promotion of sustainability agenda for infrastructure development through knowledge management. In Naaranoja, Marja, Otter, Adden, Prins, Matthijs, Karvonen, Anu, & Raasakka, Ville (Eds.) Joint CIB 2008 Conference for Performance and Knowledge Management, June 3-4, 2008, Helsinki, Finland.
Rupasinghe, Chintha, Sugathapala, Thusitha, & Senadeera, Wijitha (2008) Towards sustainable agriculture through solar drying technologies. In National Symposium 2008: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ruhuna, Mapalana, 23-24 October 2008, Kamburupitiya, Sri Lanka.
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.
Lavery, Hugh & Gane, Michelle A. (2006) Update on Environmental Banking. Publication of proceedings of fourth edition of Sundown Seminar Series 2006. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)