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Researcher: Elliott, C (Dr Catherine Elliott)

Fields of Research

Land use and environmental planning
Architectural science and technology
Public health nutrition
Higher education
Urban policy
Environmental management
Building
Social geography
Food sustainability
Other built environment and design

Research Objectives

Terrestrial biodiversity
Other construction
Urban planning
Residential construction design
Residential construction processes
Rehabilitation or conservation of coastal or estuarine environments
Conserving intangible cultural heritage
Health status (incl. wellbeing)
Higher education
Environmental ethics
Other culture and society

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

An Urban Forest Horizon Scan in Canberra, Australia. Report for the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub
An Urban Forest Horizon Scan in Melbourne, Australia. Report for the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub
Barriers to Renovation for Housing Sustainability in Tasmania; World SB08 Melbourne
Being foreign, female and white: Implications for cross-cultural research in Aceh, Indonesia; School of Geography & Environmental Studies Conference 2011
Coastal management issues of Ailuk Atoll, Marshall Islands; School of Geography and Environmental Studies Conference 2007
Communities' responses to post-disaster housing in Aceh; School of Geography and Environmental Studies Conference 2009
Energy Efficiency Measures in Low Income Housing. Sub-Project One: Literature Review
Making Hobart a smart place: a healthy, just and ecological approach to smart cities
Modifying residential buildings: a case study with Tasmanian builders; School of Geography and Environmental Studies Conference 2007
Prevalence of food insecurity and satisfaction with on-campus food choices among Australian university students; International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education
Severity of food insecurity among Australian university students, professional and academic staff; Nutrients
Talking houses in Aceh Besar; School of Geography & Environmental Studies Conference, 2010
The perceived importance and intended purchasing patterns of sustainable foods in Australian university students; Sustainability

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision