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Tindle, Elizabeth & Croft, Waveney M. (2009) Serious fears across cultures about the collapse of the world order. In Gow, Kathryn M. (Ed.) Meltdown : Climate Change, Natural Disasters and Other Catastrophes : Fear and Concerns of the Future. Nova Publishers, New York, pp. 325-341.
Miller, Evonne & Bentley, Kristen (2012) Leading a sustainable lifestyle in a ‘non-sustainable world’: reflections from Australian eco-village and suburban residents. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 6(1), pp. 139-149.
Miller, Evonne & Brockie, Lauren (2015) The disaster flood experience: Older people’s poetic voices of resilience. Journal of Aging Studies, 34, pp. 103-112.
Miller, Evonne, Van Megen, Kimberly, & Buys, Laurie (2012) Diversification for sustainable development in rural and regional Australia : how local community leaders conceptualise the impacts and opportunities from agriculture, tourism and mining. Rural Society: the journal of research into rural and regional social issues in Australia, 22(1), pp. 2-16.
Miller, Wendy F., Buys, Laurie, & Bell, John (2012) Performance evaluation of eight contemporary passive solar homes in subtropical Australia. Building and Environment, 56, pp. 57-68.
Rachele, Jerome N., Kavanagh, Anne, Badland, Hannah, Giles-Corti, Billie, Washington, Simon, & Turrell, Gavin (2015) Associations between individual socioeconomic position, neighbourhood disadvantage, and transport mode: Baseline results from the HABITAT multilevel study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69(12), pp. 1217-1223.
Toloo, Ghasem, FitzGerald, Gerard, Peter, Aitken, Verrall, Kenneth, & Tong, Shilu (2013) Evaluating the effectiveness of heat warning systems : a systematic review of epidemiological evidence. International Journal of Public Health, 58(5), pp. 667-681.
Toloo, Ghasem (Sam), FitzGerald, Gerard, & Tong, Shilu (2014) Managing health risks of extreme weather events : need for a systematic approach. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(1), pp. 90-91.
Toloo, Ghasem Sam, Yu, Weiwei, Aitken, Peter, FitzGerald, Gerry, & Tong, Shilu (2014) The impact of heatwaves on emergency department visits in Brisbane, Australia : a time series study. Critical Care, 18(2), R69.
Hasan, Souleiman, Medland, Richard C., Foth, Marcus, & Curry, Edward (2013) Curbing resource consumption using team-based feedback : paper printing in a longitudinal case study. In Berkovsky, Shlomo & Freyne, Jill (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Persuasive Technology, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Sydney, N. S. W, pp. 75-86.
Petkov, Petromil, Köbler, Felix, Foth, Marcus, & Krcmar, Helmut (2011) Motivating domestic energy conservation through comparative, community-based feedback in mobile and social media. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Communities & Technologies (C&T 2011), ACM, Brisbane, Qld., pp. 21-30.
Washington, Tracy L., Singh, Benjamin, Rachele, Jerome N., Ramsey, Rebecca, Agarwal, Ekta, & Brymer, Eric (2014) Asian international student attrition among Australian universities : are wellness programs the answer? In 39th Annual National Wellness Conference, 23-26 June 2014, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. (Unpublished)
Armstrong, Keith M., Sade, Gavin J., Dean, Roger, & Carroli, Linda (2013) Long time, no see? [Digital/Creative Work]
Brereton, David, Keenan, Julia, Khan, Asad, Toloo, Sam, & Laffan, Warren (2008) Environmental and public health issues in Mount Isa : 2007 community survey. Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland.
Wolfenden, John, Gray, Matthew, & Evans, Michael (2006) Improved salinity management for the Nebine / Mungallala / Wallam catchment. University of New England, Armidale, NSW.