Kevin Parton
Kevin Parton
Strategic Professor in the Institute for Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University
Verified email at csu.edu.au - Homepage
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Family self-medication and antibiotics abuse for children and juveniles in a Chinese city
P Bi, S Tong, KA Parton
Social science & medicine 50 (10), 1445-1450, 2000
2082000
The costs of the common agricultural policy
AE Buckwell, DR Harvey, KJ Thomson, KA Parton
Routledge, 2019
1732019
Climatic variables and transmission of malaria: a 12-year data analysis in Shuchen County, China.
P Bi, S Tong, K Donald, KA Parton, J Ni
Public health reports 118 (1), 65, 2003
1552003
Religion does matter for climate change attitudes and behavior
M Morrison, R Duncan, K Parton
PloS one 10 (8), e0134868, 2015
1192015
Heat and health in Adelaide, South Australia: assessment of heat thresholds and temperature relationships
S Williams, M Nitschke, T Sullivan, GR Tucker, P Weinstein, DL Pisaniello, ...
Science of the Total Environment 414, 126-133, 2012
1172012
The impact of summer temperatures and heatwaves on mortality and morbidity in Perth, Australia 1994–2008
S Williams, M Nitschke, P Weinstein, DL Pisaniello, KA Parton, P Bi
Environment international 40, 33-38, 2012
1142012
The status of wetlands and the predicted effects of global climate change: the situation in Australia
CM Finlayson, JA Davis, PA Gell, RT Kingsford, KA Parton
Aquatic Sciences 75 (1), 73-93, 2013
1052013
Climatic, reservoir and occupational variables and the transmission of haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in China
P Bi, S Tong, K Donald, K Parton, J Ni
International journal of epidemiology 31 (1), 189-193, 2002
1002002
Seasonal rainfall variability, the incidence of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, and prediction of the disease in low-lying areas of China
P Bi, X Wu, F Zhang, KA Parton, S Tong
American journal of epidemiology 148 (3), 276-281, 1998
961998
Weather variables and Japanese encephalitis in the metropolitan area of Jinan city, China
P Bi, Y Zhang, KA Parton
Journal of Infection 55 (6), 551-556, 2007
942007
Relationships between quality of information sharing and supply chain food quality in the Australian beef processing industry
MJ Ding, F Jie, KA Parton, MJ Matanda
The international journal of logistics management, 2014
932014
How do probabilistic seasonal climate forecasts compare with other innovations that Australian farmers are encouraged to adopt?
P Hayman, J Crean, J Mullen, K Parton
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 58 (10), 975-984, 2007
872007
Risk attitude, planting conditions and the value of seasonal forecasts to a dryland wheat grower
GR Marshall, KA Parton, GL Hammer
Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 40 (3), 211-233, 1996
791996
Transaction costs and cattle farmers’ choice of marketing channels in China: A Tobit analysis
W Gong, K Parton, RJ Cox, Z Zhou
Management Research News, 2007
742007
Weather and notified Campylobacter infections in temperate and sub-tropical regions of Australia: an ecological study
P Bi, AS Cameron, Y Zhang, KA Parton
Journal of Infection 57 (4), 317-323, 2008
672008
Linking supply chain practices to competitive advantage: An example from Australian agribusiness
F Jie, KA Parton, RJ Cox
British Food Journal, 2013
642013
At‐home meat consumption in China: an empirical study
H Liu, KA Parton, ZY Zhou, R Cox
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 53 (4), 485-501, 2009
632009
Climate variability and transmission of epidemic polyarthritis
S Tong, P Bi, K Parton, J Hobbs, AJ McMichael
The Lancet 351 (9109), 1100, 1998
631998
A comparison between attitudes to climate change in Australia and the United States
M Morrison, R Duncan, C Sherley, K Parton
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20 (2), 87-100, 2013
622013
Learning from the historical failure of farm management models to aid management practice. Part 2. Three systems approaches
RL McCown, KA Parton
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 57 (2), 157-172, 2006
602006
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