Publications

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Centre Key Publications

WSUD Technologies

Urban Water Governance

Ecosystem Dynamics

Green Cities and Microclimate

Implementation Models

Cities as Water Supply Catchments

DAnCE 4 Water – Dynamic Adaptation for eNabling City Evolution for Water

Science-Policy Partnership

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Centre Key Publications

Reports/Books/Book Chapters

Wong T.H.F. (Ed.), Allen R., Beringer J., Brown R.R., Chaudhri V., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D., Gernjak W., Hodyl L., Jakob C., Reeder M., Tapper N. and Walsh C. (2011) blueprint2011 – Stormwater Management in a Water Sensitive City. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Water Sensitive Cities. link

Wong T.H.F and Brown R.R. (2011) Water Sensitive Urban Design, In Grafton Q. and Hussey K. (Eds.), Water Resources, Planning and Management: Challenges and Solutions, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 23, ISBN-13: 9780521762588.

Submissions

Monash University (2008) Submission to Infrastructure Australia’s inquiry of future investment to include Building Water Sensitive Australian Cities, October 2008. PDF (0.3MB)

Monash University (2008) Submission to the Victorian Environment and Natural Resources Committee Inquiry into Melbourne’s Future Water Supply, August 2008. PDF (0.5MB)

Monash University (2008) Letter in response to the Draft National Principles for Urban Water Planning, June 2008. PDF (0.3MB)

Monash University (2007) Moving to the Water Sensitive City, Submission to the VCEC review of the Metropolitan Melbourne Retail Water Sector, October 2007. PDF (0.5MB)

Journal publications

Brown R.R., Keath N. and Wong T.H.F. (2009) Urban Water Management in Cities: Historical, Current and Future Regimes. Water Science and Technology, 59(5), 847-855.

Wong T.H.F. and Brown R.R. (2009) The Water Sensitive City: Principles for Practice. Water Science and Technology, 60(3), 673-682.

Wong T.H.F., Brown R.R. and Deletic A. (2008) Water Management in a Water Sensitive City. Water, November 2008, 52-68.

Conference papers

Wong T.H.F., Deletić A. and Brown R.R. (2011) An Interdisciplinary Research Program for Building Water Sensitive Cities. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Program: WSUD Technologies

Vegetated Filtration Systems/Biofilters

General Publications

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Piloting Biofiltration in Israel: The Kfar-Saba Biofilter

Conference paper

Zinger Y., Deletić A., Fletcher T.D., Breen P. and Wong T.H.F (2011) A Dual-mode Biofilter System: Case study in Kfar Sava, Israel. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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The Influence of Plant Species on Nitrogen Removal within Biofilters
(PhD – Emily Payne)

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The Influence of Vegetation on Hydrology and Nutrient Removal in Biofilters
(Masters by Research – Tracey Pham)

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Modelling Faecal Microorganism Removal in Stormwater Biofilters
(PhD – Gayani Chandrasena)

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Optimisation of Phosphorus Removal in Stormwater Biofiltration Systems
(PhD – Bonnie Glaister)

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The Effect of Competition Between Plants on the Treatment Performance of Stormwater Biofiltration Systems
(PhD – Jason Ellerton)

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Optimisation of Nitrogen Removal Capacity for ‘Best Practice’ Stormwater Biofiltration Systems
(PhD – Yaron Zinger)

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Arsenic and metal removal using constructed wetlands
(PhD – Katherine Lizama Allende)

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Micropollutants validation framework for natural treatment systems
(PhD – Kefeng Zhang)

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Turning rain into food – the benefits and performance of vegetable raingardens

Richards P.J., Tom M.,Farrell C., Fletcher T.D., McCarthy D.T., Williams N.S.G., Poelsma P.J. and Milenkovic K. (2012) Hydrology of a vegetable raingarden and implications for vegetable growth. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to extended abstract | Link to PPT

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Roof-harvested rainwater irrigation of vegetables – is there a risk to human health?
(Masters – Minna Tom)

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Laboratory Testing of an Alternative Sand-Based Filter Media for Stormwater Biofilters

Report

Bratieres K., Fletcher T.D., Deletić A., Somes N., Gerrans D., Baer E. and Urrutiaguer M. (2009) Alternative filter media column trial. Monash University (FAWB), Melbourne Water and Ecodynamics, Australia. PDF (6.9MB)

Conference papers

Bratieres K., Fletcher T.D., Deletić A., Somes N. and Woodcock T. (2010) Hydraulic and pollutant treatment performance of sand based biofilters. 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Bratieres K., Fletcher T.D., Deletić A., Somes N. and Woodcock T. (2009) The advantages and disadvantages of a sand based biofilter medium; Results of a new laboratory trial. 6th international WSUD conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

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Biofiltration Technologies for Stormwater Quality Treatment
(PhD – Godecke Blecken)

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Filtration Technologies for Stormwater Harvesting
(PhD – Belinda Hatt)

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Clogging and Heavy Metal Removal Efficiency of Stormwater Infiltration Systems for Stormwater Management
(PhD – Sebastien Le Coustumer)

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Modelling Sediment Behaviour in Constructed Stormwater Wetlands
(PhD – Yong Li)

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Non-Vegetated Filtration Systems

Development and Testing of envissTM Systems

Conference papers

Bratières K., McCarthy D.T., Schang C. and Deletić A. (2011) Performance of the enviss™ filtration media: Laboratory trial. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Poelsma P.J., McCarthy D.T. and Deletic A. (2010) Changes in the filtration rate of a novel stormwater harvesting system: impacts of clogging and moisture content, 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Poeslma P.J., Deletic A., Schang C., McCarthy D.T. and Fletcher T.D. (2009) Development of a new stormwater collection/treatment unit, 6th international WSUD conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

Schang C., McCarthy D.T., Bratières K. and Deletić A. (2011) Expected performances and lifespan of the enviss™ stormwater treatment technologies: results of a breakthrough analysis . 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Schang C., McCarthy D.T., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2010) Development of the enviss™ filtration media: preliminary results, 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

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Mitigating the Risks of Urban Stormwater Harvesting

Reports

McCarthy D.T., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2008) New technologies for mitigating risks of stormwater reuse – Report 1: Design, construction and installation of treatment systems. Monash University, Australia.

McCarthy D.T., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2009) New technologies for mitigating risks of stormwater reuse – Report 2: Design of monitoring system and installation of necessary equipment. Monash University, Australia.

McCarthy D.T., Poelsma P.J. and Deletic A. (2011) New technologies for mitigating risks of stormwater reuse – Report 4: Collect samples from road runoff system and vegetable garden. Monash University, Australia.

Magyar M., McCarthy D.T. and Deletic A. (2010) New technologies for mitigating risks of stormwater reuse – Report 5: Collection of water samples from Roof Runoff for six months and analysis of data. Monash University, Australia.

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Evaluating Clogging in Porous Pavement Systems
(PhD – Fern Yong)

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Passive Filtration for Pathogen Removal in Urban Stormwater
(PhD – Yali Li)

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Performance Assessment of Porous Pavements/Fine Media Filter Systems
(PhD – Harpreet Kandra)

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Predicting the Performance of Stormwater Infiltration Systems
(PhD – Dale Browne)

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Filtration Technologies for Stormwater Harvesting
(PhD – Belinda Hatt)

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Zinc and Copper Behaviour During Stormwater Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Sandy Aquifers
(PhD – Anke Steinel (nee Wendelborn))

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Development of an Experimentally-Derived Clogging Prediction Method for Stormwater Infiltration Systems
(PhD – Nilmini Siriwardene)

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9th International Conference Urban Drainage Modelling

Conference Papers

Gayani Inoka ChandrasenaAna DeleticDavid McCarthy – (2012) A Preliminary Model on E. coli Removal in Stormwater Biofilters.

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Christian Urich, Robert Sitzenfrei, Manfred Kleidorfer, Peter M. Bach, David. T. McCarthy, Ana Deletic, Wolfang Rauch – (2012) Evolution of Urban Drainage Networks in DAnCE4Water.

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Luca Vezzaro, Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Ana Deletic, David McCarthy – (2012) Urban drainage models – making uncertainty analysis simple.

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Manfred Kleidorfer, Shujian Chen, Cintia DottoDavid McCarthy – (2012) Impact of objective function choice on model parameter sensitivity.

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W. Rauch, P. M. Bach, R. Brown, A. Deletic , B. Ferguson, F.J. de Haan, D. T. McCarthy, M. Kleidorfer, N. Tapper , R. Sitzenfrei, C. Urich  – (2012) Modelling transitions in urban drainage management.

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Anna Lintern, Edoardo Daly, Ana Deletic – (2012) Verifying a stormwater biofiltration model.

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Peter M. Bach, David T. McCarthy, Christian Urich, Robert Sitzenfrei, Manfred Kleidorfer, Wolfgang Rauch, Ana Deletic – (2012) DAnCE4Water’s BPM: A planning algorithm for decentralised water management options.

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C. B. S. Dotto, R. Allen, T. WongA. Deletic – (2012) Development of an integrated software tool for strategic planning and conceptual design of water sensitive cities.

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Fjalar J. de Haan, Briony C. Ferguson, Ana Deletic, Rebekah R. Brown  – (2012) Exploring Scenarios for Urban Water Systems Using a Socio-Technical Model.

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C. B. S. Dotto, A. DeleticD. T. McCarthy – (2012) Urban drainage uncertainty analysis: should we break our back for normally distributed residuals?

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Program: Urban Water Governance

Institutions and Organisations

General Publications

Brown R.R. (2005) Impediments to Integrated Urban Stormwater Management: The Need for Institutional Reform. Environmental Management, 36(3), 455-468.

Brown R.R., Sharp E. and Ashley R. (2006) Implementation Impediments to Institutionalising the Practice of Sustainable Urban Water Management. Water Science and Technology, 54(6-7), 415-422.

Roy A.E., Wenger S.J., Fletcher T.D., Walsh C.J., Ladson A.R., Shuster W.D., Thurston H. W. and Brown R.R. (2008) Impediments and solutions to sustainable, watershed-scale urban stormwater management: lessons from Australia and the United States. Environmental Management. 42(2), 344-359.

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Risk perceptions of Australian urban water practitioners towards alternative water systems, including stormwater harvesting and quality treatment systems

Reports

Dobbie, M.F., Brookes, K.L., and Brown, R.R. PDF (6.4MB)

Institutional Drivers and Barriers to Urban Water Management Transitions

Reports

Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2007) Advancing the Adoption of Diverse Water Supplies in Australia: A Survey of Stakeholder Perceptions of Institutional Drivers and Barriers. Report No. 07/04, National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University, September 2007, ISBN 978-0-9804298-0-0. PDF (1MB) | Appendix PDF (0.1MB)

Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2007) Advancing Urban Stormwater Quality Management in Australia: Survey Results of Stakeholder Perceptions of Institutional Drivers and Barriers. Report No. 07/05, National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University, September 2007, ISBN: 978-0-9804298-1-7. PDF (1MB) | Appendix PDF (80KB)

Brown R.R., Farrelly M.A. and Keath N. (2007) Summary Report: Perceptions of Institutional Drivers and Barriers to Sustainable Urban Water Management in Australia. Report No. 07/06, National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash university, December 2007, ISBN: 978-0-9804298-2-4. PDF (2.9 MB)

 

Journal publications

Werbeloff L. and Brown R.R. (in press) Security Through Diversity: Moving From Rhetoric to Practice. Water Science and Technology.

Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2009) Delivering Sustainable Urban Water Management: a review of the hurdles we face. Water Science and Technology, 59(5), 839-846.

Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2009) Challenges ahead – social and institutional factors influencing sustainable urban stormwater management in Australia. Water Science and Technology, 59(4), 653-660.

Brown R.R., Farrelly M.A. and Keath N. (2009) Practitioner Perceptions of Social and Institutional Barriers to Advancing a Diverse Water Source Approach in Australia. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 25(1), 15-28.

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Management of Urban Stormwater: Advancing Program Design and Evaluation
(PhD – Peter Morison)

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Development of a Guiding Framework for Sustainable Urban Water Governance
(PhD – Susan Van de Meene)

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Community Responses to Water Conservation Measures in Melbourne and Perth
(Honours, Lara Werbeloff)

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Advancing Sustainable Water Futures for Melbourne: Analysis of Expert Opinion on Structural and Non-Structural Approaches
(Honours, Megan Coppock)

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Innovation and Adoption

General Publications

Brown R.R. (2008) Principles for Institutional and Social Data Collection. In Fletcher, T.D. and Deletic, A. (eds), Data Requirements for Integrated Urban Water Management, Taylor & Francis, London, Chapter 11, 159-169.

Brown R.R. (2008). Social and Institutional Data. In Fletcher, T.D. and Deletic, A. (eds), Data Requirements for Integrated Urban Water Management, Taylor & Francis, London, Chapter 22, 281-299.

Brown R.R. (2008) Local Institutional Development and Organisational Change for Advancing Sustainable Urban Water Futures. Environmental Management, 41, 221-223.

Brown R.R, Taylor A. and Mouritz M. (2006) Institutional Capacity and Policy. In Wong, T.H.F. (ed), Australian Runoff Quality: A Guide to Water Sensitive Urban Design, Engineers Australia, Canberra, Chapter 5, 1-20.

Rauch W., Seggelke K., Brown R.R. and Krebs P. (2005) Integrated Approaches to Urban Storm Drainage: Where do we stand? Environmental Management, 35(4), 396-409.

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The Role of Demonstration Projects

Reports

Farrelly M.A. and Davis C. (2009) Demonstration Projects: Case Studies from Melbourne, Australia. National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University Australia. PDF (3.4MB)

Davis C. and Farrelly M.A. (2009) Demonstration Projects: Case Studies from Perth, Australia. National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University Australia. PDF (3.6MB)

Davis C. and Farrelly M.A. (2009) Demonstration Projects: Case Studies from South East Queensland, Australia. National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University Australia. PDF (3MB)

Journal publication

Farrelly M.A. and Brown R.R. (in press) Rethinking urban water management: experimentation as a way forward? Global Environmental Change.

 

Conference papers

Farrelly M.A., Brown R.R. and Davis C. (2009) Can demonstration projects act as a mechanism to support a transition? 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

Farrelly M.A., Brown, R.R. and Davis C. (2009) Practitioner reflections on learning from demonstration projects. 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

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The Role of the Private Land Developer in Mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design
(Masters, Katie Brookes)

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The Role of Leadership in Urban Water Transitions

Report

Taylor A. (2008) Leadership in Sustainable Urban Water Management: An Investigation of the Champion Phenomenon within Australian Water Agencies. Report No. 08/01, National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University, Victoria, Melbourne, June 2008. PDF (2.8MB)

Journal publication

Taylor A., Cocklin C. and Brown R.R (submitted) Fostering environmental champions: A process to build their capacity to drive change. Journal of Environmental Management.

Taylor A., Cocklin C. and Brown R.R. (submitted) Managing the champion phenomenon to drive change. Global Environmental Change.

Taylor A., Cocklin C., Brown R.R. and Wilson-Evered E. (in press) An investigation of champion-driven leadership processes. The Leadership Quarterly.

Taylor A. (2010) Building leadership capacity to drive sustainable water management: The evaluation of a customised program. Water Science and Technology, 61(11), 2797–2807.

Taylor A. (2009) Sustainable urban water management: Understanding and fostering champions of change. Water Science and Technology, 59(5), 883-891.

Conference papers

Taylor A. (2010) Using the lever of leadership to drive environmental change: Ten tips for practitioners. Enviro2010 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, July 21-23, 2010.

Taylor A. (2009) Growing leaders: The evaluation of a customised leadership development program. 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

Taylor A. (2009) Responding to the challenge of climate change: Using the lever of leadership. Keynote presentation, Managing Waste in a Changing Climate Conference, Launceston, Australia, March 4-6, 2009.

Taylor A. (2008) Ten attributes of emergent leaders who promote sustainable urban water management. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31-September 5, 2008.

Taylor, A. (2008) Promoting sustainable practices: The importance of building leadership capacity. Enviro08 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, May 5-7, 2008.

Taylor A. (2007) Sustainable urban water management champions: What do we know about them? 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

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Sustainable Urban Water Management: The Champion Phenomenon
(PhD, Andre Taylor)

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Alternative Water Source Technology Adoption in Melbourne
(Honours, Richard Roberts)

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Community Water Management

General Publications

Brown R.R. and Davies P. (2007) Understanding Community Receptivity to Water Re-use: Ku-ring-gai Council Case Study. Water Science and Technology, 55(4), 283-290.

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Co-production and the Governance of Decentralised Stormwater Systems

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Yu, Carlyne, Farrelly, Megan and Brown, Rebekah. PDF (2.4MB)

 

Community Sustainable Water Planning

Guidelines

Marrickville Council (2007) Sub-catchment Planning for Sustainable Water Management: Guidelines for Councils. PDF (5.6MB)

Conference Paper

Thomas F., Orton J. and Brown R.R. (2007) Sub-Catchment Planning in Marrickville: The Urban Stormwater Integrated Management (USWIM) Project. 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

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Co-Management of Urban Stormwater
(PhD, Carlyne Yu)

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Busy Backyarders: The Motivations of Citizens Implementing Alternative Outdoor Water Management Practices
(PhD, Naomi Blackburn)

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Understanding the Factors that Influence Domestic Water Consumption in Melbourne
(Honours, Jodi Clarke)

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Urban Water Futures

General Publications

Brown R.R (in press) A changing paradigm: the socio-technical challenge, In Howe C., and Mitchell C. (Eds.), Water Sensitive Cities, International Water Association (Forthcoming).

Keath N. and Brown R.R. (2009) Extreme Events: Being Prepared for the Pitfalls with Progressing Sustainable Urban Water Management. Water Science and Technology, 59(7), 1271-1280.

 

Wong T.H.F. and Brown R.R. (2009) The Water Sensitive City: Principles for Practice. Water Science and Technology, 60(3), 673-682.

Brown R.R and Keath N. (2008) Drawing on Social Theory for Transitioning to Sustainable Urban Water Management: Turning the Institutional Super-tanker. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 12(2), 1-12.

 

Wong T.H.F., Brown R.R. and Deletic A. (2008) Water Management in a Water Sensitive City. Water, November 2008, 52-68.

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Dutch-Australian Sustainable Urban Water Futures Partnership

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Rijke J.S., Morison P.J., Brown, R.R. and Zevenbergen C. (2010) Framing risk perceptions in transitions to drought and flood resilient cities. International Conference Deltas in times of Climate Change, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, September 29-October 2, 2010.

Rijke J.S., De Graaf R.E., Van de Ven F.H.M., Brown R.R. and Biron D.J. (2008) Comparative case studies towards mainstreaming water sensitive urban design in Australia and the Netherlands. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31–September 5, 2008.

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Mainstreaming Innovations in Urban Water Management: Case Studies in Melbourne and the Netherlands
(Masters, Jeroen Rijke)

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Processes and Pathways to Water Sensitive Cities
(PhD – Yvette Bettini)

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Transitioning to Sustainable Urban Water Management in Developing Countries of the Pacific Region
(PhD – Michael Poustie)

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Transitioning to a Water Sensitive City: The Case of Melbourne
(PhD – Briony Ferguson)

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The Evolution of Urban Water Management

Report

Brown R.R. and Clarke J.M. (2007) The transition towards Water Sensitive Urban Design: The Story of Melbourne, Australia. Report of the Facility for Advancing Water Biofiltration, Monash University, Melbourne. PDF (1.2MB)

Journal publication

Brown R.R., Keath N. and Wong T.H.F. (2009) Urban Water Management in Cities: Historical, Current and Future Regimes. Water Science and Technology, 59(5), 847-855.

Other

Brown R.R. (in press). A changing paradigm: the socio-technical challenge. In Howe, C., and Mitchell, C. (eds.), Water Sensitive Cities. International Water Association (Forthcoming).

Wong T.H.F and Brown R.R. (in press). Water Sensitive Urban Design. In Grafton, Q., and Hussey, K. (eds.), Water Resources, Planning and Management: Challenges and Solutions. Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

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Program: Ecosystem Dynamics

Ecosystem Protection

The Little Stringybark Creek Project

Fletcher T.D., Walsh C.J., Bos D., Nemes V., RossRakesh S., Prosser T., Hatt B.E. and Birch R. (in press) Restoration of stormwater retention capacity at the allotment-scale through a novel economic instrument. Water Science and Technology.

Burns M.J., Fletcher T.D., Hatt B.E., Ladson A.R., and Walsh C.J. (2010) Can allotment-scale rainwater harvesting manage urban flood risk and protect stream health? 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Fletcher T.D., Walsh C.J., Bos D., Nemes V., RossRakesh S., Prosser T., Hatt B.E. and Birch R. (2010) Evaluating the multiple benefits of an allotment-scale stormwater retrofit auction. 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010. Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Nemes V., La Nauze A., Walsh C.J., Fletcher T.D., Bos D., RossRakesh S., Plott C. and Stoneham G. (2010) Saving a creek one bid at a time; a uniform price auction for stormwater retention in urban catchments . Australian Association of Agricultural and Resource Economics (AARES ) National Conference. Adelaide, Australia, Feb 10-12, 2010.

Walsh C.J., Fletcher T.D., Hatt B. E. and Burns M. (2010) New generation stormwater management objectives for stream protection: implementation at multiple scales to restore a small stream. Stormwater Industry Association National Conference. Sydney, Australia, Nov 8-12, 2010.

Bos D., Walsh C.J., Fletcher T.D. and RossRakesh, S. (2009) Restoring urban streams through the management of stormwater at the catchment scale. OzWater Conference. Melbourne, Australia, Mar 16-19.

Walsh C.J., Fletcher T.D. and Ladson A.R. (2009) Retention capacity: a metric to link stream ecology and stormwater management. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 14(4), 399-406.

Roy A.H., Wenger S.J., Fletcher T.D., Walsh C.J., Ladson A.R., Shuster W.D., Thurston H.W. and Brown R.R. (2008) Impediments and solutions to sustainable, watershed-scale urban stormwater management: lessons from Australia and the United States. Environmental Management, 42 (2), 344-359.

Walsh, C. J., Fletcher, T. D., Bos, D., RossRakesh, S., & Larson, M. (2008). Stream restoration through stormwater runoff management and retrofit: new objectives, new approaches. Internatinonal Low Impact Development Conference. Seattle, USA, Nov 16-19, 2008.

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The Impacts of Urbanisation on Catchment Hydrology and Opportunities for Stream Health Restoration through Focussed Catchment Retrofit
(PhD – Matthew Burns)

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Integration of Stormwater Harvesting and Baseflow Restoration Measures to Restore Catchment Hydrology
(PhD – Perrine Hamel)

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Characterising Urban Stormwater Quality

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McCarthy D.T., Bratieres K. and Lewis J.F. (2010) Effective monitoring and assessment of contaminants impacting the mid to lower Yarra catchments: a temporal scale assessment. Monash University, Australia. PDF (5.9 MB)

McCarthy D.T. (2010) Effective monitoring and assessment of pollution types and loads entering the drainage system from commercial areas. Monash University, Australia. PDF (1 MB)

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Nutrient Behaviour in Dry and Wet Weather of Stormwater Drainage
(Masters – David Choy)

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Modelling Microorganisms in Urban Stormwater
(PhD – David McCarthy)

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Characterising Urban Pollutant Loads
(PhD – Matt Francey)

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Ecosystem Services

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Program: Green Cities and Microclimate

Urban Climatology

Urban Climate Model Selection for Modelling WSUD Features

Report

Kerry Nice (Other contributors, Jason Beringer, Andrew Coutts and Nigel Tapper). PDF (3MB)

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Green Infrastructure

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Microclimate and Human Health

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Program: Implementation Models

Sinks and Sources of Faecal Micro-Organisms in the Yarra River Estuary

Report:

McCarthy D.T., Bach P.M. and Deletic A. (2009) Conducting a microbial budget – a literature review. Monash University, Australia. PDF (0.8 MB)

Conference Paper:

Schang C., Osborne C.A., Deletic A., Cook P.L. and McCarthy D.T. (2012) Survival of pathogenic and faecal indicator bacteria in the bed and bank sediments of the Yarra River estuary, Australia. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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Predicting the Performance of Stormwater Infiltration Systems
(PhD – Dale Browne)

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Parameter Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis in Urban Drainage Models
(PhD – Cintia Dotto)

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Modelling Microorganisms in Urban Stormwater
(PhD – David McCarthy)

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Characterising Urban Pollutant Loads
(PhD – Matt Francey)

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Modelling Sediment Behaviour in Constructed Stormwater Wetlands
(PhD – Yong Li)

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Program: Cities as Water Supply Catchments

General publications

Wong T.H.F. (Ed.), Allen R., Beringer J., Brown R.R., Chaudhri V., Deletid A., Fletcher T.D., Gernjak W., Hodyl L., Jakob C., Reeder M., Tapper N. and Walsh C. (2011) blueprint2011 – Stormwater Management in a Water Sensitive City. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Water Sensitive Cities. link

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Project 1: Green Cities and Microclimate

General publications

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Modelling Faecal Microorganism Removal in Stormwater Biofilters
(PhD – Gayani Chandrasena)

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Passive Filtration for Pathogen Removal in Urban Stormwater
(PhD – Yali Li)

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Virtual City Module and Integrated Performance Assessment Tool
(PhD – Peter BACH)

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Aquifer Storage (Transport) and Recovery
(PhD – Kefeng Zhang)

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Project 2: Green Cities and Microclimate

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Project 3: Green Cities and Microclimate

General publications

Loughnan M., Coutts A.M., Tapper N.J. and Beringer J. (2012) Identifying summer temperature ranges for human thermal comfort in two Australian cities. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Climatic and Bioclimatic Assessment of the Compact City Urban Morphology – A Case Study of Melbourne 2030
(PhD – Nadine d’Argent)

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Estimation of actual evapotranspiration using remote sensing data to assess the role of vegetation and water on urban climate: A study of Melbourne city
(PhD – Sultana Nury)

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Mitigating urban extreme heat in Adelaide and Melbourne through irrigation and stormwater reintegration
(PhD – Ashley Broadbent)

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Evaluating the effectiveness of the urban forestry as an UHI mitigation strategy at city scale
(PhD – Darien Pardinas Diaz)

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The contribution of urbanisation, climate and mitigation strategies to the urban meteorology: A case study for Melbourne (Australia) and Toulouse (France)
(Post-Doc – Matthias Demuzere)

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Project 4: Stream Ecology and Effects of Stormwater Harvesting

General publications

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The Impacts of Urbanisation on Catchment Hydrology and Opportunities for Stream Health Restoration through Focussed Catchment Retrofit
(PhD – Matthew Burns)

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Integration of Stormwater Harvesting and Baseflow Restoration Measures to Restore Catchment Hydrology
(PhD – Perrine Hamel)

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Project 5: Risks and Health

Aryal R., Sidhu J.P.S., Chong M.N. , Toze S., Keller J. and Gernjak W. (2012) Inter-Storm Dissolved Organic Matter Variability and its Role in Microbial Transport during Urban Runoff Events. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Lampard J., Chapman H., Stratton H., Roiko A. and McCarthy D.T. (2012) Pathogenic bacteria in urban stormwater drains from inner-city precincts. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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Project 6: Society and Institutions

General Publications

Dobbie M.F. and Brown R.R. (2012) Risky business? Risk perceptions of water practitioners towards stormwater harvesting and treatment systems in Australian cities. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Farrelly M.A., Rijke J. and Brown R.R. (2012) Exploring operational attributes of governance for change. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Dobbie M. and Brown R.R. (2011) Risk Perceptions of Water Practitioners towards Sustainable Urban Water Systems. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Co-Management of Urban Stormwater
(PhD, Carlyne Yu)

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Busy Backyarders: The Motivations of Citizens Implementing Alternative Outdoor Water Management Practices
(PhD, Naomi Blackburn)

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The Role of the Private Land Developer in Mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design
(Masters, Katie Brookes)

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Strategies to Enhance Adaptive Governance in the Urban Water Sector
(PhD, Jeroen Rijke)

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Project 7: Economic Valuation

Literature Review

Reports

Dharmaratna, D and Gangadharan, L. PDF (1.2mb)

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Project 8: Integration and Demonstration through Urban Design

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Program: DAnCE 4 Water

General Publications

Urich C., Bach P.M., Hellbach C., Sitzenfrei R., Kleidorfer M.K., McCarthy D.T., Deletic A., Rauch W. (2011) Dynamics of cities and water infrastructure in the DAnCE4Water model. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF 

Transitioning to a Water Sensitive City: The Case of Melbourne
(PhD – Briony Ferguson)

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Virtual City Module and Integrated Performance Assessment Tool
(PhD – Peter BACH)

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Developing Criteria for Integrating Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) Technologies into the Site Planning Process
(PhD Exchange Program – Riane NUNES)

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Program: Science-Policy Partnership

Adamowicz R.C. and Johnstone P. (2012) The relationship between the Liveable City and Water Sensitive Urban Design. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Johnstone P. (2011) Water Sensitive Cities – Science-Policy Partnership. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Current Personal Research

Climatic and Bioclimatic Assessment of the Compact City Urban Morphology – A Case Study of Melbourne 2030
Nadine d’ARGENT, PhD (2007 – current)

Conference papers

D’Argent N.M.J., Beringer J., Tapper N.J. and Coutts A.M (2012) Planning for the Compact City; An assessment of Melbourne @ 5million. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

D’Argent N.M.J., Beringer J. and Tapper N.J. (2009) A Climatic and Bioclimatic Assessment of the Compact City: A Case Study of ‘Melbourne 2030′ – Australia. 7th International Conference on Urban Climate, Yokohama, Japan, June 29 – July 3, 2009.

D’Argent N.M.J. (2007) ‘Melbourne 2030′ and Climate Change: The Potential Impacts on Human Thermal Comfort Levels. Climate Change and Human Health Conference 2007, Melbourne, Australia, October 16-17, 2007.

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Virtual City Module and Integrated Performance Assessment Tool
Peter BACH, PhD (2010 – current)

Journal publications

Bach P.M., McCarthy D.T. and Deletic A. (2010) The development of a novel approach for assessment of the first flush in urban stormwater discharges. Water Science and Technology, 61(10), 2681-2688.

Conference papers

Bach P.M., Urich C., McCarthy D.T., Sitzenfrei R., Kleidorfer M., Rauch W. and Deletić A. (2011) Characterising a city for integrated performance assessment of water infrastructure in the DAnCE4Water model. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Bach P.M., Daly E., McCarthy D.T. and Deletic A. (2010) Investigating pollutant variability for the development of a semi-stochastic water quality model of urban stormwater runoff. 6th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks (SPN6), Surfers Paradise, Australia, Nov 7-10, 2010.

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Processes and Pathways to Water Sensitive Cities
Yvette BETTINI, PhD (2009 – current)

Conference paper

Bettini Y., Farrelly M., de Haan F.J. and Brown R.R. (2012) Achieving Water Sensitive Cities: Institutions as building blocks of collective action. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Bettini Y. and Brown R.R. (2011) Water crisis and institutional adaptive capacity: Lessons from the Australian Experience. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

 

Reports

Bettini Y., de Haan F.J. and Brown R.R. (2012) Adelaide Case Study Report. December, 2012. Link to PDF

Bettini Y., Farrelly M. and Brown R.R. (2012) Perth Case Study Report. July, 2012. Link to PDF

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Busy Backyarders: The Motivations of Citizens Implementing Alternative Outdoor Water Management Practices
Naomi BLACKBURN, PhD (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Blackburn N. and Brown R. (2010) Busy backyarders: the motivations of citizens implementing alternative outdoor water management practices. National Conference of the Stormwater Industry Association, Sydney, Australia, Nov 8-12, 2010.

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Sustainable Urban Water Management: Translating Governance Experimentation into Practice
Annette BOS, PhD (2008 – current)

Conference papers

Bos J.J., Brown R.R., Farrelly M.A. and de Haan F.J. (2012) Governance experimentation: a descriptive analysis of translating sustainable urban water management in practice. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Bos J.J. and Brown R. R. (2011) Patterns of transition-oriented governance approaches in the Australian urban water sector. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Bos J.J. and Brown R.R. (2009) Can Social Theory Help Us to Achieve Sustainable Urban Water Management? 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

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Mitigating urban extreme heat in Adelaide and Melbourne through irrigation and stormwater reintegration
Ashley BROADBENT, PhD (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Broadbent A.M., Beringer J., Coutts A.M. and Tapper N.J. (2012) Micro-climate variability across a mixed development suburb with water sensitive urban design. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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The Impacts of Urbanisation on Catchment Hydrology and Opportunities for Stream Health Restoration through Focussed Catchment Retrofit
Matthew BURNS (2009 – current)

Journal publication

Burns M.J., Fletcher T.D., Walsh C.J., Ladson A.R. and Hatt B.E. (in press) Hydrologic shortcomings of conventional urban stormwater management and opportunities for reform. Landscape and Urban Planning.

Conference papers

Burns M.J., Fletcher T.D., Duncan H.P., Hatt B.E., Ladson A.R. and Walsh C.J. (2012) The stormwater retention performance of rainwater tanks at the landparcel scale. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Burns M.J., Fletcher T.D., Hatt B.E., Ladson A.R. and Walsh C.J. (2010) Can allotment-scale rainwater harvesting manage urban flood risk and protect stream health? 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Walsh C.J., Fletcher T.D., Hatt B.E and Burns M.J. (2010) New generation stormwater management objectives for stream protection: implementation at multiple scales to restore a small stream. National Conference of the Stormwater Industry Association, Sydney, Australia, Nov 8-12, 2010.

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Modelling Faecal Microorganism Removal in Stormwater Biofilters
Gayani CHANDRASENA, PhD (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Chandrasena G.I., Filip S., Zhang K., Osborne C.A., Deletic A. and McCarthy D.T. (2012) Pathogen and indicator microorganism removal in field scale stormwater biofilters. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Chandrasena K.K.G.I., Deletić A., Ellerton J. and McCarthy D.T. (2011) Removal of Escherichia coli in Stormwater Biofilters. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Nutrient Behaviour in Dry and Wet Weather of Stormwater Drainage
David CHOY, Masters (2009 – current)

Journal publication

Choy D.K.W., Hatt B.E., Fletcher T.D. and Deletic A. (in preparation) Nutrient behaviour in dry weather flow of storm water drains .

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The contribution of urbanisation, climate and mitigation strategies to the urban meteorology: A case study for Melbourne (Australia) and Toulouse (France)
Matthias DEMUZERE, Post-Doc (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Demuzere M. and Coutts A.M. (2012) Application of urban climate modelling for assessment of WSUD. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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Parameter Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis in Urban Drainage Models
Cintia DOTTO, PhD (2006 – current)

Journal publications

Dotto, C. B. S., Mannina, G., Kleidorfer, M., Vezzaro, L., Henrichs, M., McCarthy, D. T., Freni, G., Rauch, W. and Deletic, A. (submitted) Comparison of different uncertainty techniques in urban stormwater quantity and quality modelling. Water Research.

Deletic, A., Dotto, C. B. S., McCarthy, D. T., Kleidorfer, M., Freni, G., Mannina, G., Uhl, M., Henrichs, M., Fletcher, T. D., Rauch, W., Bertrand-Krajewski, J. L. and Tait, S. (2011). Assessing uncertainties in urban drainage models. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C. Available online 19 April 2011 (doi:10.1016/j.pce.2011.04.007).

Dotto C.B.S., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and McCarthy D.T. (2011) Calibration and sensitivity analysis of stormwater models. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 15(1), 85-93.

Dotto C.B.S., Kleidorfer M., Deletic A., Rauch W., McCarthy D.T. and Fletcher T.D. (2011) Performance and sensitivity analysis of stormwater models using a Bayesian approach and long-term high resolution data. Environmental Modelling and Software, 26(10), 1225-1239.

Dotto C.B.S., Kleidorfer M., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D., McCarthy D.T. and Rauch W. (2010) Stormwater quality models: performance and sensitivity analysis. Water Science and Technology, 62(4), 837–843.

Dotto C.B.S., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2009a) Analysis of parameter uncertainty of a flow and quality stormwater model. Water Science and Technology, 60(3), 717-725.

Conference papers

Dotto C.B.S., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (submitted) Urban drainage uncertainty analysis: should we break our back for normally distributed residuals? 9th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Belgrade, Serbia, Sept 3-7, 2012.

Dotto C.B.S., Kleidorfer M., McCarthy D.T., Deletic A., Rauch W. and Fletcher T.D. (2010) Towards Global Assessment of Modelling Errors. 6th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks (SPN6), Surfers Paradise, Australia, Nov 7-10, 2010. Link to PDF

Deletic A., Dotto C.B.S., Fletcher T.D., McCarthy D.T., Bertrand-Krajewski J.-L., Rauch W., Kleidorfer M., Freni G., Mannina G. and Tait S. (2009) Defining uncertainties in modelling of urban drainage systems. 8th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling jointly with the 2nd International Conference on Rainwater Harvesting and Management, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 7-11, 2009. Link to PDF

Dotto C.B.S., Kleidorfer M., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D., McCarthy D.T. and Rauch W. (2009) Stormwater quality models: do they work? 8th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling jointly with the 2nd International Conference on Rainwater Harvesting and Management, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 7-11, 2009. Link to PDF

Dotto C.B.S., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and McCarthy D.T. (2009b) Parameter sensitivity analysis of stormwater models. 6th international WSUD conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009. Link to PDF

Dotto C.B.S., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2008) Analysis of uncertainty in flow and water quality from a stormwater model. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug 31-Sept 5, 2008. Link to PDF

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Transitioning to a Water Sensitive City: The Case of Melbourne
Briony FERGUSON, PhD (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Ferguson B.C., de Haan F.J., Brown R.R. and Deletic A. (2012) Testing a Strategic Action Framework: Melbourne’s Transition to WSUD. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Ferguson B., Brown R.R. and Deletić A. (2011) Towards a socio-technical framework for mapping and diagnosing transformational dynamics in urban water systems. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Integration of Stormwater Harvesting and Baseflow Restoration Measures to Restore Catchment Hydrology
Perrine HAMEL, PhD (2010 – current)

Journal paper

Hamel P., Fletcher T.D. and Daly E. (in review). Baseflow restoration in peri-urban catchments: what is known and what is needed? Journal of Hydrology

Conference papers

Hamel P., Fletcher T.D., Daly E. and Beringer J. (2012) Water retention by raingardens: implications for local-scale soil moisture and water fluxes. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Hamel P., Fletcher T.D., Walsh C.J. and Plessis E. (2011) Quantifying the restoration of evapotranspiration and groundwater recharge by vegetated infiltration systems. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Optimisation of Phosphorus Removal in Stormwater Biofiltration Systems
Bonnie GLAISTER (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Glaister B., Fletcher T.D.. Cook P.L.M. and Hatt B.E. (2012) Advancing biofilter design for co-optimised nitrogen and phosphorus removal. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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The Effect of Competition Between Plants on the Treatment Performance of Stormwater Biofiltration Systems
Jason ELLERTON (2008 – current)

Conference paper

Ellerton J.P., Hatt B.E. and Fletcher T.D. (2012) Mixed plantings of Carex appressa and Lomandra longifolia improve pollutant removal over a monoculture of L. longifolia in stormwater biofilters. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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Performance Assessment of Porous Pavements/Fine Media Filter Systems
Harpreet KANDRA, PhD (2008 – current)

Conference papers

Kandra H.S., Deletic A. and McCarthy D.T. (2012) Impact of filter design variables on clogging in stormwater filters. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Kandra H.S., McCarthy D.T. and Deletić A. (2011) Investigation of biological clogging in stormwater filters. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Kandra H.S., McCarthy D.T., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2010) Assessment of clogging phenomena in granular filter media used for stormwater treatment, 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

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Passive Filtration for Pathogen Removal in Urban Stormwater
Yali LI, PhD (2010 – current)

Conference paper

Li Y.L., Deletic A. and McCarthy D.T. (2012) Removal and inactivation of E. coli from water using copper modified natural zeolite. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Li Y.L., McCarthy D.T. And Deletić A. (2011) Treatment of pathogens in stormwater by antimicrobial-modified filter media. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Arsenic and metal removal using constructed wetlands
Katherine LIZAMA ALLENDE, PhD (2008 – current)

Journal publications

Lizama Allende K., Fletcher T.D. and Sun G. (2012) The effect of substrate media on the removal of arsenic, boron and iron from an acidic wastewater in planted column reactors. Chemical Engineering Journal, 179: 119-130. Available online here

Lizama Allende K., Fletcher T.D. and Sun G. (2011) Removal processes for arsenic in constructed wetlands. Chemosphere, 84: 1032-1043. Available online here

Lizama Allende K., Fletcher T.D. and Sun G. (2011) Enhancing the removal of arsenic, boron and heavy metals in subsurface flow constructed wetlands using different supporting media. Water Science and Technology, 63: 2612-2618. Available online here

Conference paper

Lizama Allende K., Fletcher T. D., and Sun G. (2012) Subsurface flow constructed wetlands for the removal of arsenic and metals from acidic contaminated water. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Lizama Allende K., Fletcher T.D. and Sun G. (2010) Enhancing the removal of arsenic and heavy metals in subsurface flow wetlands using different supporting media. 12th International Conference on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control, Venice, Italy, October 4-7, 2010.

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Estimation of actual evapotranspiration using remote sensing data to assess the role of vegetation and water on urban climate: A study of Melbourne city
Sultana NURY, PhD (2010 – current)

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Evaluating the effectiveness of the urban forestry as an UHI mitigation strategy at city scale
Darien PARDINAS DIAZ, PhD (2010 – current)

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The Influence of Plant Species on Nitrogen Removal within Biofilters
Emily PAYNE, PhD (2009 – current)

Conference paper

Pham T., Payne E.G., Fletcher T.D., Cook P.L., Deletic A. and Hatt B.E. (2012) The influence of vegetation in stormwater biofilters on infiltration and nitrogen removal: preliminary findings. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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The Influence of Vegetation on Hydrology and Nutrient Removal in Biofilters
Tracey PHAM, Masters by Research (2009 – current)

Conference paper

Pham T., Payne E.G., Fletcher T.D., Cook P.L., Deletic A. and Hatt B.E. (2012) The influence of vegetation in stormwater biofilters on infiltration and nitrogen removal: preliminary findings. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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Transitioning to Sustainable Urban Water Management in Developing Countries of the Pacific Region
Michael POUSTIE, PhD (2009 – current)

Conference paper

Poustie M., Brown R.R., Deletic A., de Haan F.J. (2012) Institutional barriers to advancing Sustainable Urban Water Management in Port Vila, Vanuatu. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Poustie M.S., Brown R.R. and Deletić A. (2011) Receptivity to sustainable urban water management in the Pacific. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Strategies to Enhance Adaptive Governance in the Urban Water Sector
Jeroen RIJKE, PhD (2009 – current)

Conference papers

Rijke J., Farrelly M.A., Brown R.R. and Zevenbergen C. (2012) Creating water sensitive cities in Australia: the strengths and weaknesses of current governance approaches. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Rijke J., Farrelly M.A., Morison P.J., Brown R.R. and Zevenbergen C. (2011) Towards improved urban water governance in Adelaide, Australia. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Roof-harvested rainwater irrigation of vegetables – is there a risk to human health?
Minna TOM, Masters (2011 – current)

Richards P.J., Tom M.,Farrell C., Fletcher T.D., McCarthy D.T., Williams N.S.G., Poelsma P.J. and Milenkovic K. (2012) Hydrology of a vegetable raingarden and implications for vegetable growth. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to extended abstract | Link to PPT

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Evaluating Clogging in Porous Pavement Systems
Fern YONG, PhD (2007 – current)

Journal publication

Yong, C.F., Deletic, A., Fletcher, T.D. and Grace, M.R. (2011) Hydraulic and treatment performance of pervious pavements under variable drying and wetting regimes. Water Science and Technology, 64 (8): 1692-1699.

Conference papers

Yong C.F. and Deletic A. (2012) Factors that Predict Clogging through Porous Pavements. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Yong C.F., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and Grace M.R. (2010) The Drying and Wetting Effects on Clogging and Pollutant Removal through Porous Pavements. 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Yong C.F., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and Grace M.R. (2009) Porous Pavements: Evaluation of Clogging in Two Accelerated Laboratory Studies in Melbourne. 6th international WSUD conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

Yong C.F., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and Grace M.R. (2008) The Clogging Behaviour and Treatment Efficiency of a Range of Porous Pavements. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug 31-Sept 5, 2008.

 

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Co-Management of Urban Stormwater
Carlyne YU, PhD (2009 – current)

Conference paper

Yu C., Farrelly M.A. and Brown R.R. (2012) Revealing the Variables in the Management of Decentralised Water Systems in Australia. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Yu C., Brown R.R. and Morison P.J. (2011) Co-governing small-scale distributed water systems: an analytical framework. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Optimisation of Nitrogen Removal Capacity for ‘Best Practice’ Stormwater Biofiltration Systems
Yaron ZINGER, PhD (2005 – current)

Journal publication

Daly E., Zinger Y., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2009) A possible mechanism for soil moisture bimodality in humid-land environments, Geophysical Research Letters Volume: 36, Article Number: L07402.

Conference papers

Zinger Y., Blecken G.T., Fletcher T.D. and Viklander M. (2012) Retrofitting a Saturated Zone (RSAZ) in stormwater biofilters: impact on pollutants removal. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

Zinger Y., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) The effect of various intermittent dry-wet cycles on nitrogen removal capacity in biofilter systems. 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

Zinger Y., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A., Blecken G.T. and Viklander M. (2007) Optimisation of the nitrogen retention capacity of stormwater biofiltration systems. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June, 25-27, 2007.

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Micropollutants validation framework for natural treatment systems
Kefeng ZHANG, PhD (2011 – current)

Conference paper

Zhang K.F., Filip S., Chandrasena G.I., McCarthy D.T., Daly E., Pham T., Kolotelo P. and Deletic A. (2012) Micro-pollutant removal in stormwater biofilters: a preliminary understanding from 3 challenge tests. 7th international WSUD conference, Melbourne, Australia, February 21-23, 2012. Link to PDF

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Completed Personal Research

Biofiltration Technologies for Stormwater Quality Treatment
Godecke-Tobias BLECKEN, PhD (2005.2010)

PhD Thesis

Blecken G.-T. (2010) Biofiltration technologies for stormwater quality treatment. Doctoral thesis, Luleå University of Technology. (link to PDF)

Journal publication

Blecken G.-T., Marsalek J. and Viklander M. (submitted) Laboratory study on stormwater biofiltration in low temperatures: metal removal and fates. Submitted to Water, Air & Soil Pollution, under review (October 2010)

Blecken G.-T., Zinger Y., Deletic A., Fletcher T. D., Hedström A. and Viklander M. (2010) Laboratory study on stormwater biofiltration: nutrient and sediment removal in cold temperatures. Journal of Hydrology, 394 (3-4), 507-514.

Blecken G.-T., Zinger Y., Deletic A., Fletcher T. D. and Viklander M. (2009) Influence of intermittent wetting and drying conditions on heavy metal removal by stormwater biofilters. Water Research, 43 (18), 4590-4598.

Blecken G.-T., Zinger Y., Deletic A., Fletcher T. D. and Viklander M. (2009) Impact of a submerged zone and a carbon source on heavy metal removal in stormwater biofilters. Ecological Engineering, 35 (5), 769-778.

Blecken G.-T., Viklander M., Muthanna T. M., Zinger Y., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2007) The influence of temperature on nutrient treatment efficiency in stormwater biofilter systems. Water Science and Technology, 56 (10), 83-91.

Muthanna T. M., Viklander M., Blecken G.-T. and Thorolfsson S. T. (2007) Snowmelt pollutant removal in bioretention areas. Water Research, 41 (18), 4061-4072.

 

Conference papers

Blecken G.-T., Zinger Y., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A. and Viklander M. (2010) Effect of retrofitting a saturated zone on the performance of biofiltration for heavy metal removal – preliminary results of a laboratory study. 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Blecken G.-T., Zinger Y., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A. andViklander M. (2010) Laboratory Studies on Metal Treatment Efficiency of Stormwater Biofilters. 5th International Short Course: Advances in Knowledge of Urban Drainage from the Catchment to the Receiving Water – Technical Solutions in Stormwater Management. University of Calabria, Rende, Italy, 15 June 2010.

Blecken G.-T., Zinger Y., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D and Viklander M. (2008) Heavy metal removal by stormwater biofilters: can it withstand alternative wetting and drying conditions? 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31–September 5, 2008.

Blecken G.-T., Viklander M., Muthanna T. M., Zinger Y., Deletic A. and Fletcher, T. D. (2007) Biofilter treatment of stormwater: temperature influence on the removal of nutrients. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June, 25-27, 2007.

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The Role of the Private Land Developer in Mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design
Katie BROOKES, Masters (2009 – 2011)

Conference papers

Brookes K., Brown R.R., and Morison P.J. (2011) A Case Study Analysis of the Critical Factors Influencing a Private Land Developer Adopting Water Sensitive Urban Design. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Brooks K. and Brown R.R. (2010) The role of the urban land development organisation in mainstreaming water sensitive urban design. National Conference of the Stormwater Industry Association, Sydney, Australia, Nov 8-12, 2010.

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Predicting the Performance of Stormwater Infiltration Systems
Dale BROWNE, PhD (2004 – 2011)

Journal publication

Browne D., Deletic A., Mudd G.M. and Fletcher T.D. (2008) A new saturated/unsaturated model for stormwater infiltration systems. Hydrological Processes, 22(25), 4838-4849.

Conference paper

Browne D., Deletić A., Fletcher T.D. and Mudd G. (2011) Modeling the development and consequences of clogging for stormwater infiltration trenches. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

Browne D., Deletic A., Mudd G.M. and Fletcher T.D. (2009) A 2D stormwater infiltration trench model. 8th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling jointly with the 2nd International Conference on Rainwater Harvesting and Management, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 7-11, 2009.

Browne D., Deletic A., Mudd G. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) A new model for stormwater infiltration systems. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June, 25-27, 2007.

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Understanding the Factors that Influence Domestic Water Consumption in Melbourne
Jodi CLARKE, Honours (2006)

Journal publication

Clarke J.M. and Brown R.R. (2006) Understanding the factors that influence domestic water consumption within Melbourne. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 10 (3), 261-268.

 

Conference papers

Brown R.R. and Clarke J.M. (2007) The transition towards Water Sensitive Urban Design: a socio-technical analysis of Melbourne, Australia. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June, 25-27, 2007.

Clarke J.M. and Brown R.R. (2006) Understanding the Factors that Influence Domestic Water Consumption within Melbourne. 4th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design and the 7th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Melbourne, Australia, April 3-6, 2006.

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Advancing Sustainable Water Futures for Melbourne: Analysis of Expert Opinion on Structural and Non-Structural Approaches
Megan COPPOCK, Honours (2006)

Journal publication

Coppock M.H. and Brown, R.R. (2007) Advancing Sustainable Water Futures for Melbourne: Analysis of Expert Opinion on Structural and Non-Structural Approaches. Water Practice and Technology, 2(2).

 

Conference paper

Coppock M.H. and Brown R.R. (2006) Advancing Sustainable Water Futures for Melbourne: Analysis of Expert Opinion on Structural and Non-structural Approaches. 4th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design and the 7th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Melbourne, Australia, April 3-7, 2006.

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The Influence of Housing Density and Urban Design on the Surface Energy Balance and Local Climates of Melbourne, Australia, and the Impact of Melbourne’s 2030 Vision
Andrew COUTTS, PhD (2004.2008)

PhD Thesis

Coutts A.M. (2008) The Influence of Housing Density and Urban Design on the Surface Energy Balance and Local Climates of Melbourne, Australia, and the Impact of Melbourne’s 2030 Vision. PhD Thesis. School of Geography and Environmental Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

Journal publications

Coutts A.M., Beringer J. and Tapper N.J. (2007) Impact of Increasing Urban Density on Local Climate: Spatial and Temporal Variations in the Surface Energy Balance in Melbourne, Australia. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 46(4), 447–493.

Coutts A.M., Beringer J. and Tapper N.J. (2007) Characteristics Influencing the Variability of Urban CO2 fluxes in Melbourne, Australia. Atmospheric Environment, 41(1), 51–62.

Coutts A.M, Beringer J. and Tapper N.J. (2010) Changing Urban Climate and CO2 Emissions: Implications for the Development of Policies for Sustainable Cities. Urban Planning and Research, 28(1), 27–47.

Coutts A.M., Beringer J. and Tapper N. J. (2008) Investigating the Climatic Impact of Urban Planning Strategies Through the Use of Regional Climate Modelling: A Case Study for Melbourne, Australia. International Journal of Climatology, 28(14), 1943–1957.

 

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Characterising Urban Pollutant Loads
Matt FRANCEY, PhD (2003.2010)

PhD Thesis

Francey M. (2010) Characterising Urban Pollutant Loads. Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University. PDF (7.1MB)

Journal publications

Francey M., Duncan H.G., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (in press) The testing and sensitivity of a simple method for predicting urban pollutant loads. Journal of Environmental Engineering.

Francey M., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A. and Duncan H.G. (2010) New Insights into the Quality of Urban Stormwater in South Eastern Australia. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 136(4), 381-390.

Conference papers

Francey M., Duncan H.G., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2005) Using a simple model to predict the behaviour of pollutant loads from urban catchment within-events. 10th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 21-26, 2005.

Francey M.,  Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and Duncan H.G. (2004) Monitoring of Stormwater Runoff in Melbourne. 19th EJSW on Process Data and Integrated Urban Water Modelling, Lyon, France, March 11-14, 2004.

Francey M., Duncan H.G., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D.(2004) An advance in modelling pollutant loads in urban runoff. 6th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Dresden, Germany, September 15-17, 2004.

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Filtration Technologies for Stormwater Harvesting
Belinda HATT, PhD (2004.2007)

PhD Thesis

Hatt B.E. (2007) Filtration Technologies for Stormwater Harvesting. PhD Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University.

Report

Hatt B.E., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2004) Integrated Stormwater Treatment and Re-use Systems: Inventory of Australian Practice. Melbourne, (Technical Report 04/1), Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology.

Journal publications

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2009) Pollutant removal performance of field-scale biofiltration systems. Water Science & Technology, 59(8), 1567-1576.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2009) Hydrologic and pollutant removal performance of stormwater biofiltration systems at the field scale. Journal of Hydrology, 365(3-4), 310-321.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2008) Hydraulic and pollutant removal performance of fine media stormwater filtration systems. Environmental Science & Technology, 42(7), 2535-2541.

Fletcher T. D., Deletic A., Mitchell V. G. and Hatt B. E. (2008) Reuse of urban runoff in Australia: A review of recent advances and remaining challenges. Journal of Environmental Quality, 37(5), S116-S127.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2007) Hydraulic and pollutant removal performance of stormwater filters under variable wetting and drying regimes. Water Science & Technology, 56(12), 11-19.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A.  (2007) Stormwater reuse: designing biofiltration systems for reliable treatment. Water Science and Technology, 55(4), 201-209.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2007) Treatment Performance of Gravel Filter Media: Implications for Design and Application of Stormwater Infiltration Systems. Water Research, 41(12), 2513-2524.

Hatt B.E., Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2006) Filter media for stormwater treatment and recycling: the influence of hydraulic properties of flow on pollutant removal. Water Science and Technology, 54(6-7), 263-271.

Hatt B.E., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2006) Integrated treatment and recycling of stormwater: a review of Australian practice. Journal of Environmental Management, 79(1), 102-113.

Conference papers

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2008) Improving stormwater quality through biofiltration: Lessons from field studies. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31–September 5, 2008.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2007) The effect of drying and wetting on pollutant removal by stormwater filters. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June, 25-27, 2007.

Hatt B.E., Lewis J., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2007) Insights from the design, construction and operation of an experimental stormwater biofiltration system. 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney, Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

Smith N., Allen R., McKenzie-McHarg A., Deletic A., Fletcher T. D. and Hatt B.E. (2007) Retrofitting functioning stormwater gardens into existing urban landscapes. 14th International Public Works Conference, Cairns, Australia, August 26-30, 2007.

Hatt B.E., Fletcher T. D. and Deletic A. (2006) Stormwater reuse: designing biofiltration systems for reliable treatment. 4th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design and the 7th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Melbourne, Australia, April 3-6, 2006.

Hatt B.E., Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2005) Filter media for stormwater treatment and recycling: the influence of hydraulic properties of flow on pollutant removal. 10th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Copenhagen, Denmark, August, 21-26, 2005.

Hatt B.E., Deletic A. and Fletcher T. D. (2004) Integrated Stormwater Treatment and Re-Use: Inventory of Australian Practice. 3rd International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design, Adelaide, Australia, November 21-25, 2004.

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Developing Criteria for Integrating Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) Technologies into the Site Planning Process
Riane Torres Santiago NUNES, PhD Research Exchange (2009 – 2010)

Conference paper

Nunes R.T.S., Deletić A., Wong T.H.F., Prodanoff J.H.A. and Freitas M.A.V. (2011) Procedures for integrating Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) technologies into the site planning process: Criteria for streetscape scale applied in Melbourne Region – Australia. 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage (ICUD). Porto Alegre, Brazil, Sept 11-16, 2011. Link to PDF

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Clogging and Heavy Metal Removal Efficiency of Stormwater Infiltration Systems for Stormwater Management
Sebastien LE COUSTUMER, PhD (2004.2008)

PhD Thesis

Le Coustumer S.M. (2008) Clogging and Heavy Metal Removal Efficiency of Stormwater Infiltration Systems for Stormwater Management – Colmatage et rétention des éléments traces métalliques dans les systèmes d’infiltration des eaux pluviales. PhD Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University – INSA de Lyon, France. PDF (7.9MB)

Journal publications

Le Coustumer S.M., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A. and Barraud S. (in press) Clogging and metal removal by stormwater biofilters: a large-scale design optimisation study, Water Research.

Le Coustumer S.M., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A., Barraud S. and Lewis J.F. (2009) Hydraulic performance of biofilter systems for stormwater management: Influences of design and operation, Journal of Hydrology, 376(1-2), 16-23.

Le Coustumer S.M. and Barraud S. (2007) Long term hydraulic and pollution retention performance of infiltration systems, Water Science and Technology, 55(4), 235–243.

Le Coustumer S.M., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A. and Barraud S. (2007) Hydraulic performance of biofilters for stormwater management: first lessons from both laboratory and field studies, Water Science and Technology, 56(10), 93–100.

Le Coustumer S.M., Moura P., Barraud S., Clozel B. and  Varnier J.-C. (2007) Temporal evolution and spatial distribution of heavy metals in a stormwater infiltration basin – estimation of the mass of trapped pollutants, Water Science and Technology, 56(12), 93–100.

Le Coustumer S.M., Barraud S. and Beranger Y. (2006) Etude préliminaire du colmatage des systèmes d’infiltration des eaux pluviales en milieu urbain, Revue Européenne de Génie Civil, 10(3), 263-278.

Conference papers

Le Coustumer S.M., Barraud S., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Influence of time and design on the hydraulic performance of biofiltration systems for stormwater management. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31-September 5, 2008.

Le Coustumer S.M., Fletcher T.D., Deletic A. and Barraud S. (2007) Hydraulic performance of biofilters for stormwater management: first lessons from both laboratory and field studies. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June 25-27, 2007.

Le Coustumer S.M., Moura P., Barraud S., Clozel B. and  Varnier J.-C. (2007) Spatial analysis and temporal evolution of pollutants in a stormwater infiltration basin – estimation of the mass of trapped pollutants. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June 25-27, 2007.

Le Coustumer S.M. and Barraud S. (2007) Long term hydraulic and pollution retention performance of infiltration systems. 4th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design and the 7th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Melbourne, Australia, April 3-6, 2006.

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Modelling Sediment Behaviour in Constructed Stormwater Wetlands
Yong LI, PhD (2004.2008)

PhD Thesis

Li Y. (2008) Modelling Sediment Behaviour in Constructed Stormwater Wetlands. PhD Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University.

Journal publications

Li Y., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Modelling wet weather sediment removal by stormwater constructed wetlands and ponds: insights from a laboratory study. Journal of Hydrology, 338(3-4), 285–296.

Conference papers

Li Y., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2005) A novel approach in modelling performance of urban stormwater wetlands. 29th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium – Engineers Australia, Canberra, Australia, February 21-23, 2005.

Fletcher T.D., Poelsma P., Li Y., Deletic A. and Noyce M. (2004) Wet and dry weather performance of constructed stormwater wetlands. 3rd International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design, Adelaide, Australia, November 21-25, 2004.

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Modelling Microorganisms in Urban Stormwater
David MCCARTHY, PhD (2004.2008)

PhD Thesis

McCarthy D.T. (2008) Modelling Microorganisms in Urban Stormwater. PhD Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University.

Journal publications

McCarthy D.T., Deletic A., Mitchell V.G. and Diaper C. (2010) Sensitivity analysis of an urban stormwater microorganism model. Water Science and Technology, 62 (6), 1393-1400.

McCarthy D.T. (2009) The first flush of E. coli in urban stormwater runoff. Water Science and Technology, 60(11), 2749-2757.

McCarthy D.T., Deletic A., Mitchell V.G., Fletcher T.D. and Diaper C. (2008) Uncertainties in stormwater E. coli levels. Water Research, 42(6-7), 1812-1824.

McCarthy D.T., Mitchell V.G., Deletic A. and Diaper C. (2007) Escherichia coli in urban stormwater: explaining their variability. Water Science and Technology, 56(11), 27-34.

Conference papers

McCarthy D.T., Deletic A., Mitchell V.G. and Diaper C. (2009) Sensitivity analysis of an urban stormwater microorganism model. 8th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling jointly with the 2nd International Conference on Rainwater Harvesting and Management, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 7-11, 2009.

McCarthy D.T. (2008) A traditional first flush assessment of E. coli in urban stormwater runoff. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31-September 5, 2008.

McCarthy D.T., Mitchell V.G., Deletic A. and Diaper C. (2008) Development and testing of an urban stormwater microorganism indicator model. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31-September 5, 2008.

McCarthy D.T., Mitchell V.G., Deletic A. and Diaper C. (2007) Microbial source tracking in urban stormwater. 14th International Symposium on Health-Related Water Microbiology Conference, Tokyo, Japan, September 9-15, 2007.

McCarthy D.T., Mitchell V.G., Deletic A. and Diaper C. (2007) Urban stormwater Escherichia coli levels: factors that influence them. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June 25-27, 2007.

McCarthy D.T., Mitchell V.G., Deletic A. and Diaper C. (2006) Escherichia coli Levels in Urban Stormwater. 4th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design and 7th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Melbourne, Australia, April 3-6, 2006.

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Development of a Guiding Framework for Sustainable Urban Water Governance
Susan Van de MEENE, PhD (2006.2010)

PhD Thesis

van de Meene S.J. (2010) Development of a Guiding Framework for Sustainable Urban Water Governance. PhD Thesis, School of Geography and Environmental Science, Monash University.

Journal publications

van de Meene S.J., Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2011) Towards Understanding Governance for Sustainable Urban Water Management: A Practice-Oriented Perspective. Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimensions, 21(3), 1117-1127.

van de Meene S.J., Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2010) Capacity Attributes of Future Urban Water Management Regimes: Projections from Australian Sustainability Practitioners. Water Science and Technology, 61(9), 2241-2250.

van de Meene S.J. and Brown R.R. (2009) Delving into the ‘Institutional Black Box': Revealing the Attributes of Sustainable Urban Water Management Regimes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 45(6), 1448-1464.

van de Meene S.J., Brown R.R. and Farrelly M.A. (2009) Exploring Sustainable Urban Water Governance: A Case Study of Institutional Capacity. Water Science and Technology, 59(10), 1921-1928.

Conference papers

van de Meene, S.J., Brown, R.R. and Farrelly, M.A. (2009) Investigating Sustainable Urban Water Management Regimes: What Tools are Available to Help? 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

van de Meene, S.J., Brown, R.R. and Farrelly, M.A. (2009). Characteristics of a More Sustainable Urban Water Management Regime: Insights from Two Australian Cities. 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

van de Meene, S.J. (2008) Institutional Capacity Attributes of Sustainable Urban Water Management: the Case of Sydney, Australia. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31 – September 5, 2008.

van de Meene, S.J. and Brown, R.R. (2007) Towards an Institutional Capacity Assessment Framework for Sustainable Urban Water Management. International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney, Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

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Management of Urban Stormwater: Advancing Program Design and Evaluation
Peter MORISON, PhD (2006 – 2010)

PhD Thesis

Morison P.J. (2010) Managing Urban Stormwater. PhD Thesis, School of Geography and Environmental Science, Monash University.

Journal publications

Morison P. J. and Brown R.R. (submitted). Understanding the nature of publics and local policy commitment to Water Sensitive Urban Design. Landscape & Urban Planning.

Morison P.J. and Brown R.R. (2010) Avoiding the presumptive policy errors of intergovernmental environmental planning programmes: A case analysis of urban stormwater management planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 53(2), 197-217.

Morison P.J., Brown R.R. and Cocklin C. (2010) Transitioning to a waterways city: Municipal context, capacity and commitment. Water Science & Technology, 62(1), 162-171.

Conference papers

Morison P.J. and Brown R.R. (2009) Where is The ‘P’ in WSUD? Understanding the Nature of Publics and Local Policy Commitment. 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

Morison P.J. (2008) Creating a “waterways city” by addressing municipal commitment and capacity: The story of Melbourne continues. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31 – September 5, 2008.

Morison P.J. (2007) Managing urban stormwater: Across the catchment and between the cubicles. 5th South Pacific Stormwater Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, May 16-18, 2007.

Morison P.J. and Brown R.R. (2007) Cooperate or coerce? Intergovernmental approaches to mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design. 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney, Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

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Mainstreaming Innovations in Urban Water Management: Case Studies in Melbourne and the Netherlands
Jeroen RIJKE, Masters (2007 – 2008)

Masters Thesis

Rijke, J.S. (2007) Mainstreaming innovations in urban water management: Case Studies in Melbourne and the Netherlands. Masters Thesis, University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.

Conference papers

Rijke J.S., Morison P.J., Brown, R.R. and Zevenbergen C. (2010) Framing risk perceptions in transitions to drought and flood resilient cities. International Conference Deltas in times of Climate Change, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, September 29-October 2, 2010.

Rijke J.S., De Graaf R.E., Van de Ven F.H.M., Brown R.R. and Biron D.J. (2008) Comparative case studies towards mainstreaming water sensitive urban design in Australia and the Netherlands. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31–September 5, 2008. VIEW/DOWNLOAD PDF

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Alternative Water Source Technology Adoption in Melbourne
Richard ROBERTS, Honours (2007)

Conference papers

Roberts, R. and Brown, R.R. (2007) Alternative Water Sources: The keys to unlocking the inhibitors of innovation and diffusion in metropolitan Melbourne. 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

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Development of an Experimentally-Derived Clogging Prediction Method for Stormwater Infiltration Systems
Nilmini SIRIWARDENE, PhD (2004.2007)

PhD Thesis

Siriwardene N.R. (2007) Development of an Experimentally-Derived Clogging Prediction Method for Stormwater Infiltration Systems. PhD Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University.

Journal publications

Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Modelling of sediment transport through stormwater gravel filters over their life-span. Environmental Science and Technology, 41(23), 8099–8103.

Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Clogging of stormwater gravel infiltration systems and filters: insights from a laboratory study. Water Research, 41(7), 1433-1440.

Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Preliminary studies of the development of a clogging prediction method for stormwater infiltration systems. Water Practice and Technology, 2 (2).

Hatt B.E., Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2006), Novel bio-retention systems for stormwater treatment and reuse – laboratory scale performance testing. Water Science and Technology, 54 (6-7), 263-271.

Conference papers

Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Application of Laboratory Experiment Results into Practice: Clogging of Stormwater Infiltration Systems. 13th International Conference on Rainwater and Urban Design, Sydney, Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2007) Modelling of treatment of solids through in filtration systems. 6th International Conference on Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in urban Water Management, NOVATECH, Lyon, France, June, 25-27, 2007.

Siriwardene N.R., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2006) Preliminary studies of the development of a clogging prediction method for stormwater infiltration systems. 4th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design and the 7th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, Melbourne, Australia, April 3-6, 2006.

Siriwardene N.R., Hatt B.E., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D (2005) Laboratory experiments for predicting clogging in stormwater infiltration systems. 10th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Copenhagen, Denmark, August, 21-26, 2005.

 

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Zinc and Copper Behaviour During Stormwater Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Sandy Aquifers
Anke STEINEL (nee WENDELBORN), PhD (2003.2008)

Wendelborn A. (2008) Zinc and Copper Behaviour During Stormwater Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Sandy Aquifers. PhD Thesis. Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University, Melbourne. link to PDF

Conference papers

Hatt B.E., Wendelborn A., Deletic A. and Fletcher T.D. (2010) Retention of heavy metals by stormwater biofiltration systems: breakthrough analysis. 7th International Conference, Sustainable Techniques and Strategies in Urban Water Management, Novatech 2010, Lyon, France, June 27-July 1, 2010.

Mudd G.M., Deletic A., Fletcher T.D. and Wendelborn A. (2004) A review of urban groundwater in Melbourne : Considerations for WSUD. 3rd International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design, Adelaide, Australia, November 21-25, 2004.

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Sustainable Urban Water Management: The Champion Phenomenon
Andre TAYLOR, PhD (2006.2010)

PhD Thesis

Taylor A. (2010) Sustainable Urban Water Management: The Champion Phenomenon. PhD Thesis, School of Geography and Environmental Science, Monash University, Melbourne Victoria.

Report

Taylor A. (2008) Leadership in Sustainable Urban Water Management: An Investigation of the Champion Phenomenon within Australian Water Agencies. Report No. 08/01, National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash University, Victoria, Melbourne, June 2008. PDF (2.8MB)

Journal publication

Taylor A., Cocklin C. and Brown R.R. (submitted) Managing the champion phenomenon to drive change. Global Environmental Change.

Taylor A., Cocklin C., Brown R.R. and Wilson-Evered E. (2011) An investigation of champion-driven leadership processes. The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 412-433.

Taylor A. (2010) Building leadership capacity to drive sustainable water management: The evaluation of a customised program. Water Science and Technology, 61(11), 2797–2807.

Taylor A. (2009) Sustainable urban water management: Understanding and fostering champions of change. Water Science and Technology, 59(5), 883-891.

Conference papers

Taylor A. (2010) Using the lever of leadership to drive environmental change: Ten tips for practitioners. Enviro2010 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, July 21-23, 2010.

Taylor A. (2009) Growing leaders: The evaluation of a customised leadership development program. 6th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference and Hydropolis #3, Perth, Australia, May 5-8, 2009.

Taylor A. (2009) Responding to the challenge of climate change: Using the lever of leadership. Keynote presentation, Managing Waste in a Changing Climate Conference, Launceston, Australia, March 4-6, 2009.

Taylor A. (2008) Ten attributes of emergent leaders who promote sustainable urban water management. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 31-September 5, 2008.

Taylor, A. (2008) Promoting sustainable practices: The importance of building leadership capacity. Enviro08 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, May 5-7, 2008.

Taylor A. (2007) Sustainable urban water management champions: What do we know about them? 13th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference and the 5th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference, Sydney Australia, August 21-23, 2007.

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Community Responses to Water Conservation Measures in Melbourne and Perth
Lara WERBELOFF, Honours (2008)

Journal publication

Werbeloff L. and Brown R.R. (in review) Security through Diversity: From Rhetoric to Practice, selected for submission to Water Science and Technology from proceedings of 5th IWA International Young Water Professionals Conference, Sydney, Australia, July 5-7, 2010.

Conference paper

Werbeloff L. and Brown R.R. (2010) Security through Diversity: From Rhetoric to Practice. 5th IWA International Young Water Professionals Conference, Sydney, Australia, July 5-7, 2010.

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