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Literature review of factors influencing public perceptions of water reuse
M Po, BE Nancarrow, JD Kaercher
CSIRO Land and Water 54 (03), 2003
4992003
Predicting and understanding home garden water use
GJ Syme, Q Shao, M Po, E Campbell
Landscape and Urban Planning 68 (1), 121-128, 2004
3152004
Predicting community behaviour in relation to wastewater reuse: What drives decisions to accept or reject?
M Po, BE Nancarrow, Z Leviston, NB Porter, GJ Syme, JD Kaercher
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, 2007
2062007
Australians’ views of climate change
Z Leviston, A Leitch, M Greenhill, R Leonard, I Walker
Canberra: CSIRO, 2011
1652011
What drives communities' decisions and behaviours in the reuse of wastewater
BE Nancarrow, Z Leviston, M Po, NB Porter, DI Tucker
Water Science and Technology 57 (4), 485-491, 2008
1532008
Australian attitudes to climate change and adaptation: 2010–2014
Z Leviston, M Greenhill, I Walker
Australia: CSIRO, 2015
982015
Assessing climate change beliefs: Response effects of question wording and response alternatives
M Greenhill, Z Leviston, R Leonard, I Walker
Public Understanding of Science 23 (8), 947-965, 2014
712014
Asset planning for water reticulation systems-the PARMS model
S Burn, S Tucker, M Rahilly, P Davis, R Jarrett, M Po
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 3 (1-2), 55-62, 2003
602003
Adapting to less water: household willingness to pay for decentralised water systems in urban Australia
S Tapsuwan, M Burton, A Mankad, D Tucker, M Greenhill
Water resources management 28, 1111-1125, 2014
462014
Some primary producers are more likely to transform their agricultural practices in response to climate change than others
NA Marshall, S Crimp, M Curnock, M Greenhill, G Kuehne, Z Leviston, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 222, 38-47, 2016
412016
Community Attitudes to Water Restrictions Policies and Alternative Sources: A Longitudinal Analsysis 1988-2002
BE Nancarrow, M Po, J Kaercher
Australian Research Centre for Water in Society, 2002
392002
Motivational indicators of protective behaviour in response to urban water shortage threat
A Mankad, M Greenhill, D Tucker, S Tapsuwan
Journal of Hydrology 491, 100-107, 2013
372013
Community acceptability of the indirect potable use of purified recycled water in South East Queensland and preferences for alternative water sources: A baseline measure
BE Nancarrow, Z Leviston, D Tucker, M Po Greenhill, J Price, P Dzidic
Urban Water Security Research Alliance Technical Report, 2007
372007
Interpreting householder preferences to evaluate water supply systems: An attitudinal model
NB Porter, Z Leviston, BE Nancarrow, M Po, GJ Syme
CSIRO: Water for a healthy country National research flagship. Land and …, 2005
262005
Water recycling community discussion meeting I (unpublished manuscript)
JD Kaercher, M Po, BE Nancarrow
Perth: Australian Research Centre for Water in Society (ARCWIS), 2003
262003
Qualitative exploration of beliefs, values and knowledge associated with decentralised water supplies in South East Queensland communities
A Mankad, D Tucker, S Tapsuwan, M Greenhill
Urban Water Security Research Alliance Technical Report, 2010
252010
Community acceptability of the indirect potable use of purified recycled water in south-east Queensland: Final report of monitoring surveys
J Price, K Fielding, Z Leviston, B Bishop, S Nicol, M Greenhill, D Tucker
Brisbane: CSIRO-Urban Water Security Research Alliance, 2010
202010
TECCHNICAL REPORT
R CO, M RALTAR
18*2006
The influence of coping appraisals on the adoption of decentralised water systems in Australia
S Tapsuwan, A Mankad, M Greenhill, D Tucker
Urban Water Journal 14 (1), 45-52, 2017
162017
Structuring dimensions of risk: technical and community perceptions of risk in the reuse of wastewater for irrigation and indirect potable supply
AL Browne, Z Leviston, MP Greenhill, BE Nancarrow, DI Tucker, ...
Nafional Research Flagships, CSIRO, Australia, 2007
162007
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