Anna Hurlimann
Anna Hurlimann
Associate Professor, Urban Planning, The University of Melbourne
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When public opposition defeats alternative water projects–The case of Toowoomba Australia
A Hurlimann, S Dolnicar
Water research 44 (1), 287-297, 2010
2502010
What affects public acceptance of recycled and desalinated water?
S Dolnicar, A Hurlimann, B Grün
Water research 45 (2), 933-943, 2011
2462011
Understanding behaviour to inform water supply management in developed nations–a review of literature, conceptual model and research agenda
A Hurlimann, S Dolnicar, P Meyer
Journal of environmental management 91 (1), 47-56, 2009
1742009
A local coastal adaptation pathway
J Barnett, S Graham, C Mortreux, R Fincher, E Waters, A Hurlimann
Nature Climate Change 4 (12), 1103-1108, 2014
1672014
The effect of information on public acceptance–the case of water from alternative sources
S Dolnicar, A Hurlimann, LD Nghiem
Journal of Environmental Management 91 (6), 1288-1293, 2010
1502010
The role of spatial planning in adapting to climate change
AC Hurlimann, AP March
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 3 (5), 477-488, 2012
1482012
Urban Australians using recycled water for domestic non-potable use—An evaluation of the attributes price, saltiness, colour and odour using conjoint analysis
A Hurlimann, J McKay
Journal of Environmental Management 83 (1), 93-104, 2007
1332007
Water conservation behavior in Australia
S Dolnicar, A Hurlimann, B Grün
Journal of environmental management 105, 44-52, 2012
1272012
Australians’ water conservation behaviours and attitudes
S Dolnicar, A Hurlimann
Australasian Journal of Water Resources 14 (1), 43-53, 2010
1222010
Urban planning and sustainable adaptation to sea-level rise
A Hurlimann, J Barnett, R Fincher, N Osbaldiston, C Mortreux, S Graham
Landscape and urban planning 126, 84-93, 2014
1162014
Establishing components of community satisfaction with recycled water use through a structural equation model
A Hurlimann, E Hemphill, J McKay, G Geursen
Journal of Environmental Management 88 (4), 1221-1232, 2008
1142008
Is recycled water use risky? An urban Australian community’s perspective
AC Hurlimann
The Environmentalist 27 (1), 83-94, 2007
1042007
The social values at risk from sea-level rise
S Graham, J Barnett, R Fincher, A Hurlimann, C Mortreux, E Waters
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 41, 45-52, 2013
982013
Drinking water from alternative water sources: differences in beliefs, social norms and factors of perceived behavioural control across eight Australian locations
S Dolnicar, A Hurlimann
Water Science and Technology 60 (6), 1433-1444, 2009
912009
ATTITUDES TO RECLAIMED WATER FOR DOMESTIC USE: PART 2. TRUST Trust in the authority is the main criterion
A Hurlimann, J McKay
WATER-MELBOURNE THEN ARTARMON- 31, 40-45, 2004
882004
Does water context influence behaviour and attitudes to water conservation?
M Gilbertson, A Hurlimann, S Dolnicar
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 18 (1), 47-60, 2011
812011
Attitudes to reclaimed water for domestic use: Part 1. Age
J McKay
Australian Water Association, 2003
742003
Public acceptance and perceptions of alternative water sources: a comparative study in nine locations
A Hurlimann, S Dolnicar
International Journal of Water Resources Development 32 (4), 650-673, 2016
722016
What attributes of recycled water make it fit for residential purposes? The Mawson Lakes experience
AC Hurlimann, JM McKay
Desalination 187 (1-3), 167-177, 2006
622006
Time stories: Making sense of futures in anticipation of sea-level rise
R Fincher, J Barnett, S Graham, A Hurlimann
Geoforum 56, 201-210, 2014
582014
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