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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 370000 Studies in Human Society -> 370400 Human Geography :

370401 Urban and Regional Studies (82)
370402 Social and Cultural Geography (32)
370403 Recreation and Leisure Studies (39)
370499 Human Geography not elsewhere classified (11)

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Stimson, R. J. (2007) An Antipodean Adventure as an Analytical Applied Human Geographer. Research in Geographic Education, 9 1: 112-122. 81  
Bamford, Greg (2001). Bringing Us Home: Cohousing and the Environmental Possibilities of Reuniting People with Neighbourhoods. In: Situating the Environment at the University of Queensland: Situating the Environment 2001Conference Proceedings. Situating the Environment at The University of Queensland, The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus, (36-43). 15-16 February, 2001. 490 737
Franks, Daniel, Brereton, David and Moran, Chris J. (2008). Coal mining: managing the cumulative impacts of multiple mines on regional communities and environments in Australia. In: IAIA08 Conference Proceedings. International Association for Impact Assessment, Assessing and Managing Cumulative Environmental Effects Special Topic Meeting, Calgary, Canada, (1-24). 6-9 November 2008. 550 308
McCrea, Rod, Dalgleish, Len and Coventry, Will (2005) Encouraging Use of Seasonal Climate Forecasts by Farmers. International Journal of Climatology, 25 8: 1127-1137. doi:10.1002/joc.1164 162 195 15 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Stimson, Robert J. (2007). Endogenous factors in regional performance. In: Johansson, I, Uddevalla Symposium Tenth Anniversary 2007 : Institutions for Knowledge Generation and Knowledge Flows – Building Innovative Capabilities for Regions. 10th Uddevalla Symposium, University West, Uddevalla, Sweden, (671-700). 14-16 June 2007. 73  
Moorhead, John (2013). Goths and vandals, migration history. In Immanuel Ness and Peter Bellwood (Ed.), The Encyclopaedia of Global Human Migration (pp. x-xx) New York, NY, United States: Wiley. 45 3
James, Amity (). Growing old in non-metropolitan regions: intentions and realities from South Australia and Northern Ireland PhD Thesis, School of Geography, Population and Environmental Management, Flinders University, The University of Queensland. 91  
Munro, Doug (2013). Indian migration to the South Pacific. In Immanuel Ness (Ed.), The encyclopedia of global human migration (pp. 1-4) Hoboken, NJ, United States: Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm585 57 15 0
Stough, R, Stimson, Robert J. and Song, C (2007). Modeling Endogenous Regional Growth: Empirical Results from Australian and U.S. Analyses and Implications for Future Research. In: Southern Regional Science Association 46th Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, (1-44). 29-31 March 2007. 62  
Chhetri, P., Stimson, R. J. and Western, J. S. (2006) Modelling the Factors of Neighbourhood Attractiveness Reflected in Residential Location Decision of Choices. Studies in Regional Science, 36 2: 393-417. 86  
Stough, R and Stimson, Robert J. (2007). The Challenges in Modelling Regional Endogenous Growth: An Exploratory Approach. In: Workshop on analysis and modelling of regional development: institutional innovication, entrepreneurial culture and business leadership, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, (1-20). 18-19 June 2007. 46  
Bell, Martin and Ward, Gary (1998) Which Population?. Australian Planner, 35 1: 32-38. 190 300
Bell, Martin and Brown, Dominic (2006) Who are the visitors? Characteristics of temporary movers in Australia. Population, Space and Place, 12 2: 77-92. doi:10.1002/psp.390 310 504 9 Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0